The Public Television Association of Quebec Board of Directors met in open session in downtown Montreal, QC. Business conducted included election of PTAQ officers for FY15 and discussion and selection of program packages to support on Vermont PBS during the coming year. The next PTAQ meeting will be held in September in Montreal.
The Public Television Association of Quebec Board of Directors met in both closed and open sessions in downtown Montreal, QC. The Directors met in closed session to consider matters requiring the confidential advice of counsel. The meeting was later opened to the public to recognize former PTAQ Director, Anthony Wait of Westmount for his more than 10 years of service to PTAQ.
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