Watch NMC Films at the PBS Online Film Festival

Watch

Posted July 11th, 2016 by momo in Featured

Today officially kicks off the fifth annual, Webby-nominated PBS Online Film Festival. From now through July 29th, 25 films will be shown via PBS and station digital platforms, such as PBS.org, YouTube, and PBS social media channels.The film festival will also be made available via the PBS app, which is available for Apple TV, iOS, […]

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Latino Public Broadcasting Public Media Content Fund – Call for Proposals

Latino

Posted April 29th, 2016 by janine in Opportunities

Latino Public Broadcasting Public Media Content Fund – Call for Proposals Deadline: Monday, June 6, 2016 at 5 PM All applications must be submitted online at www.pmcf.submittable.com/submit. For the Public Media Content Fund Guidelines, please visit: http://lpbp.org/2014-public-media-content-fund-guidelines/. For Public Media Content Fund Guidelines FAQ’s, please visit: http://lpbp.org/funding-faq/. The Public Media Content Fund is an open […]

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CAAM Films at CAAMFest 2016

CAAM

Posted April 4th, 2016 by caam in Featured

The Center for Asian American Media (CAAM) has supported independent filmmakers producing stories by or about Asian Americans for public broadcast and public media, with funding from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Our annual CAAMFest, the largest showcase of Asian and Asian American film in the U.S., recently wrapped up. As the nation’s largest festival of its kind, […]

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America by the Numbers with Maria Hinojosa

America

Posted October 1st, 2014 by eric in Featured

  The National Minority Consortia (NMC) – comprised of Latino Public Broadcasting, The Center for Asian American Media, Pacific Islanders in Communications, National Black Programming Consortium, and Vision Maker Media – will co-present the new PBS documentary series AMERICA BY THE NUMBERS WITH MARIA HINOJOSA launching Thursday, October 2nd on WORLD Channel, and on PBS […]

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NMC at the 2014 PBS Annual Meeting

NMC

Posted June 3rd, 2014 by eric in Featured

Every year, PBS holds its Annual Meeting as the premiere gathering of public television professionals and decision makers representing PBS stations and content providers. This year, the 2014 PBS Annual Meeting took place in San Francisco, CA from May 12 – 15, 2014 and offered a glimpse into the programming that is set to air […]

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NAPT Short Film Wins PBS Online Film Festival Viewer’s Choice

NAPT

Posted May 11th, 2012 by amcclure in Featured

A People’s Choice award was given to the NAPT short film Horse You See, which gained the most votes in the first PBS Online Film Festival. The festival showcased twenty award-winning short films with a wide array of styles, perspectives and subject matter. Visitors voted for their favorite film by “liking” it either on the […]

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My Source Spots from the NMC

My

Posted May 5th, 2010 by eric in Featured

The Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) supported the innovative My Source project and in spite of the many obstacles, the NMC has delivered a set of high quality promotional materials that will be used in stations across the country.  All of the spots are available for viewing along with the accompanying print advertisements.  Transcripts and […]

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P.O.V. Call for Entries 2010

P.O.V.

Posted April 28th, 2009 by Luis in Opportunities

Whether you've got an idea to pitch, a promising rough cut to showcase, or a finished film, now is the time for you to submit your work to P.O.V. for 2010 and beyond.

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Unnatural Causes

Unnatural

Posted September 16th, 2008 by admin in Uncategorized

A seven part series on public television, UNNATURAL CAUSES is about people and communities creating better chances for health and well-being by improving access to resources. The wages we’re paid, the neighborhoods we live in, the schools we attend, our access to resources and even our tax policies are health issues every bit as critical […]

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Inmate Re-entry Programs Aim to Strengthen Family Ties

Inmate

Posted September 15th, 2008 by admin in Featured

While campaigning for the presidency, one of the themes then-candidate Barack Obama touched on was the state of black families. The Obama team has voice support for programs like Hope House, which helps incarcerated and formerly incarcerated fathers reconnect with their families. Adam Serwer with the National Minority Consortia reports on how the program may fit into the new administration's agenda.

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