Peter Capodagli to be Honored with the 27th Annual Boulder Award

Fitchburg Access Television (FATV) and its Board of Directors proudly announce Peter Capodagli as the recipient of the 27th annual Boulder Award for his exceptional contributions to community media and civic engagement. FATV will also present three member awards during the ceremony.

FATV’s Boulder Award is bestowed upon individuals “For outstanding contributions to civic life through the use of public communications.” The award will be presented during an evening of celebration at Oak Hill Country Club in Fitchburg, MA on May 2nd, 2024. Doors open at Five O’clock with the dinner program beginning at Six O’clock. The public is invited to attend with a reservation.

Past winners of the FATV Boulder Award include Ellen DiGeronimo, David Clark, Lusia Fernandez, Stephen DiNatale, Barbara Foster, Bill Gates and more. FATV is honored to include Peter Capodagli on this list of prestigious winners over the past 27 years.

In addition to the Boulder Award, FATV Member Awards will be presented to David Suárez for Podcast of the Year, Christopher Landry for Producer of the Year and to Kevin Cormier for the Romolo Testarmata Award. Also recognized will be the winner of the 2024 FATV Robert Wilson Scholarship, Fitchburg State University student Skye Goba.

Tickets to the Boulder Award Dinner are available at FATV, 780 Main Street, or by calling 978-343-0834. Tickets must be purchased no later than Friday, April 26th. The cost of tickets are $40 each for the buffet dinner consisting of Prime Rib and Chicken, salad, vegetable and dessert.

Founded in 1987, Fitchburg Access Television (FATV) is an independent, not-for-profit organization operating the non-commercial Public, Civic and Government Access Channels for the city of Fitchburg. FATV provides equipment, training and channel time to its members for the purposes of building community, empowering the individual and ensuring First Amendment expression through the use of television technology. FATV maintains a state-of-the-art local access facility on Main Street, in the heart of downtown Fitchburg. To learn more visit