Broadcast Toolkit

Public television stations are vital partners in this campaign, engaging with and empowering women and girls in communities across the country. The resources on this page support broadcasts, community screenings, classroom activities, and more. Additional material will be added to the site throughout the life of the campaign.


Tools for Broadcasts

Broadcasts are planned throughout the campaign on strands such as Independent Lens, POV, American Masters, Global Voices, and Frontline. Visit our Films page for a complete list of upcoming broadcasts, as well as links to photos, press kits, and engagement resources. For select programs, enhanced tools will be added below in advance of broadcast.

Premiering every Tuesday from September 30 through November 4, 2014 on PBS

A Path Appears
Premiering January 26, February 2, and February 9, 2015 on Independent Lens

Alice Walker: Beauty in Truth
Premiered February 7, 2014 on American Masters

The Graduates/Los Graduados
Premiered November 4, 2013 on Independent Lens

Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide
Premiered October 1 and 2, 2012 on Independent Lens

Kind Hearted Woman
Premiered April 1, 2013 as a co-presentation of Independent Lens and FRONTLINE

Violence Prevention Fact Sheets, Resources and Manuals:

Embeddable Video

Broadcast Quality

Strategies and Resources for working with Native American Communities:

For listing info and signature images, please visit here and for additional station resources please contact FRONTLINE/WGBH Station Relations, Christina Regan,

The New Black
Premiered June 15, 2014 on Independent Lens

The Revolutionary Optimists
Premiered June 17, 2013 on Independent Lens

Solar Mamas
Premiered November 5, 2012 on Independent Lens as part of the Why Poverty? series

Taking Root: The Vision of Wangari Maathai
Rebroadcast August 18, 2013 on Global Voices

Wonder Women! The Untold Story of American Superheroines
Premiered April 15, 2013 on Independent Lens


We invite your station to raise awareness and make a difference through online screenings, community cinema events, classroom activities, and more.

OVEE Online Social Screenings

OVEE is the single-screen social TV player for PBS which empowers groups large and small to attend online screenings with real time interaction, such as chat, polls, quizzes, and more – and it’s completely free and easy to use.

Community Cinema Screenings

Community Classroom

If you would like to discuss getting involved, our campaign partners, funding, or to share your ideas and success stories, please contact Locsi Ferra at

Promotion and Branding

For questions about Women and Girls Lead broadcasts and online distribution activities, please contact Annisa Kau at