We partner with filmmakers who bring untold stories to public broadcasting to make a difference in the world.
We’re hiring! Join us and help fuel the future of filmmaking.
Serve as key member of our senior leadership team working cross-functionally to drive digital content strategy and multi-platform business development. Please bring 8-10 years of digital media production experience.
Join our strategic development and partnership team to increase ITVS external visibility and fundraising goals. Please bring keen administrative support skills and a passion for how media can impact social issues.
Serve as Paralegal on our Business Affairs team preparing, negotiating, and reviewing a wide variety of media, film, and technology agreements.
This position reports to the Controller and is responsible for processing annual filmmaker royalty reports as well as assisting in other areas of accounting and administration for the organization.
Step into a key role on our Creative Services team. Bring your keen project management skills to schedule jobs, coordinate teams, and budget projects.
Serve as Engagement Manager supporting our international campaign, Women and Girls Lead Global. Bring a strong desire to impact social change through film and storytelling.
IN THE PRESS
May 2, 2017
(San Francisco, CA, May 3, 2017) — The prestigious Peabody Awards, now in its 76th year of recognizing the best in television and digital journalistic storytelling, has announced ITVS as this year's recipient of the Peabody Institutional Award.
April 20, 2017
(San Francisco, CA) — A moving and intimate story of a family in transition, Real Boy follows the journey of trans teen Bennett as he navigates adolescence, sobriety, and the physical and emotional ramifications of his changing gender identity.
March 30, 2017
(San Francisco, CA) — They Call Us Monsters goes behind the walls of the Compound, a high-security facility where Los Angeles houses its most violent juvenile criminals. To their advocates, they’re kids. To the system, they’re adults. To their victims, they’re monsters.