SCETV to Award Producer Fellowships to Attend INPUT 2012 in Sydney

Posted on March 19, 2012

A limited number of INPUT 2012 Producer Fellowships will be awarded to U.S. public media producers to attend INPUT in Sydney, Australia on May 7 – 12, 2012. The deadline for applications is Tuesday, April 2, 2012.

For more information about the U.S. INPUT Producer Fellowship application process, visit U.S INPUT managed by SCETV at or contact the U.S. INPUT National Coordinator Amy Shumaker.   INPUT is the International Public Television Screening Conference, an annual international forum for television professionals to discuss and challenge the boundaries of television in the public interest. Learn more about the INPUT 2012 conference, here.

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