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Documentary series season finale, John Rowe’s “Omo Child: The River and the Bush,” is the incredible tale of one man’s crusade to change a society.
Season nine of the documentary series “AfroPoP: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange” premieres on WORLD Channel on Monday, January 16.
To both our media makers and our viewers: We can no longer afford to take our public institutions for granted, and that includes public media.
#BlackGirlMagic was in full effect as Black women took all the prizes in the National Black Programming Consortium’s second 360 Incubator + Fund.
Seven producing teams to compete before public media, television executives and funders for up to $150,000 in development funds for their series at National Black Programming Consortium (NBPC) “Pitch Black” Forum.
Sophomore class of NBPC’s 360 Incubator + Fund to include 7 producing teams competing for up to $150,000 in development funds for their TV, web series pilots.
The National Black Programming Consortium’s entry, ‘Teachers,’ a narrative short from Film Independent’s Project Involve, is one of 25 films to compete for the PBS People’s Choice Award.
With sorrow, the National Black Programming Consortium announces the passing of Nonso Christian Ugbode. Ugbode served as NBPC’s Director of Digital Initiatives and had worked at the organization since 2006.