The National Endowment for the Arts award – one of 1,029 new grants supporting arts projects nationally – will help back the “AfroPoP” TV series and NBPC’s 360 Incubator + Fund.
Posts By: Black Public Media
Hi, my name is Maya Cruz. I am 11 years old and am in sixth grade. I am here to tell you about my experience with PBS children’s programs.
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.