Broadcast Partners


PBS is a membership organization that, in partnership with its member stations, serves the American public with programming and services of the highest quality, using media to educate, inspire, entertain, and express the diversity of perspectives.

American Public Television (APT)

American Public Television has been a leading distributor of high-quality, top-rated programming to America’s public television stations since 1961. Among its 300 new program titles per year are prominent documentaries, dramatic series, how-to programs, children’s series, and classic movies.

Sundance Channel

Sundance Channel offers audiences a diverse and engaging selection of films, documentaries, and original programs, all unedited and commercial free. Launched in 1996, Sundance Channel is subsidiary of Rainbow Media Holdings LLC.

The Documentary Channel (DOC)

The Documentary Channel is the United States first 24-hour television network exclusively devoted to documentary films and the independent documentary filmmaker, providing viewers with round-the-clock opportunities to see fascinating, eclectic and award-winning documentary films of all lengths and genres.


IFC is the first and only network dedicated to independent film and related programming, 24 hours a day, uncut and uncensored.

Home Box Office (HBO)

America's most successful premium television company, Home Box Office delivers two 24-hour pay television services-HBO and Cinemax-to over 40 million U.S. subscribers

Link TV

Link TV is the nation’s largest independent television broadcaster, devoted to providing diverse global perspectives on news, current events, and world culture not typically available on other U.S. networks.

National Geographic

The National Geographic Channel is a subscription-based television network featuring nature, science and history documentaries presented by the National Geographic Society.

Online Partners


The iTunes Store has quickly become the world’s most popular video download store, selling over one million videos per week.

Amazon, a Fortune 500 company based in Seattle, opened on the World Wide Web in July 1995 and today offers Earth's Biggest Selection.


Netflix, Inc. is the world's largest online movie rental service, with more than 11 million subscribers.


Hulu is an online video service that offers hit TV shows, movies and clips at and other online destination sites — anytime in the U.S.


YouTube is the world’s most popular online video community allowing millions of people to discover, watch and share originally-created videos. YouTube provides a forum for people to connect, inform and inspire others across the globe and acts as a distribution platform for original content creators and advertisers.

PBS Video

PBS Video content is brought to you through on–demand streaming for free. The video player allows users to flip through content horizontally across the screen in a series of stacked images. It also features a search engine that locates material by topic or program title; “most watched” and “most emailed” video links at the bottom of the screen; and buttons for sharing and e-mailing videos or buying copies on DVD.


SnagFilms features free ad-supported viewing of award-winning titles from some of the greatest names in documentary film production and distribution, including PBS, National Geographic, Sundance Preserve, IndiePix, Peter Jennings Productions, Arts Alliance America, ITVS, Koch Lorber Films, Cactus Three, and many others.

Virgin (in-flight films)

Virgin America, which serves numerous U.S. cities, offers select ITVS International programs on its interactive, in-flight entertainment system, RED. The ITVS International films are available on demand on all of Virgin America flights.


Jaman delivers high-definition films to a growing online community of fans and filmmakers. Jaman is based in San Mateo, California, and is backed by luminaries in technology and media.

Global Mobile

ITVS International and iThentic, an online and mobile video content company, have commissioned eight international filmmakers to make short films for mobile devices. Presented as Global Mobile, the eight shorts come from Iceland, South Africa, France, Netherlands, India, Chile, UK, Australia, and Burma and have food as the central theme.

The Global Perspectives Project has established a network of relationships with both public and private broadcast outlets for independent documentaries outside the U.S., reaching approximately 50 millions viewers, with over 60 films airing on eight different broadcasters.