Whether you're a viewer exploring our video library or a community producer managing your account page, below are six tools to help you find, watch and share videos on retn.org.
RETN.ORG is a hub for Vermont-produced videos. We embed locally produced videos from Youtube, Vimeo and elsewhere making it easier for you to discover what our schools, non-profit organizations and community members are doing.
Watch videos in the player provided or go full screen by clicking the full screen icon in the bottom right corner of the video player.
Watch with clickable chaptering. School board meetings are streamed with clickable agenda items and some other programs such as high school graduations and Vermont Youth Orchestra concerts may include chapter markers as well. Look for the "Chapters" panel in the grey block to the right of the video player.
REQUEST AN AIR DATE
Have a slow internet connection? Want to watch a video that isn't available on the web? Click on the "Request Air Date" button on the bottom of the grey block next to the video player and we'll email you with an upcoming date and time for the show to appear on RETN cable channel 16.
If you want to get the word out about one of your videos or any other video you see on retn.org, just click on the social media icon of your choice located on the bottom right of the video player.
Build viewership by presenting videos directly on your website. Copy the iframe embed code provided on the bottom left of the video player and paste the code into the body of a page on your website. You may change the width and height dimensions as needed.
SUBSCRIBE TO AN RSS FEED
Stay up to date with the latest videos from ongoing series on retn.org such as school board meetings, VYO concerts, Center for Research on Vermont lectures, and many other great series. From the series landing page, scroll down to the list of videos in the series and click on the orange RSS icon. For more information about RSS, including a list of available RSS readers, check out this documentation provided by Link TV.
Most locally produced programs from RETN are available to purchase online for $20 by credit card, paypal, or check. Just click on the "Order a Copy" button on the bottom right of the grey block next to the video player. If the button isn't there, the program is not licensed for duplication. Consider an air request instead.