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  1. ITVS Docs Hold Their Own at the 2012 IDA Awards

    December 10, 2012

    Well, it looks like some holiday cheer came early for two ITVS films! Both The Island President and Bitter Seeds won awards at the 2012 IDA Documentary Awards.The IDA Documentary Awards celebrate outstanding achievement in documentary filmmaking and on Friday night in Los Angeles, two ITVS films received special recognition at the 28th annual IDA

  2. Don't Miss the Deadline for the 2013 CPB/PBS Producers Academy

    December 10, 2012

    The deadline for the 2013 CPB/PBS Producers Academy at WGBH is Friday, December 14, 2012. To apply for this intensive training program in public broadcasting, please visit the official website. For the past 11 years, CPB and PBS have offered a Producers Academy that provides intensive training in public broadcasting production. Many talented

  3. Independent Lens Submission Deadline Extended

    October 18, 2012

    Our first year of accepting online submissions has been a great success! Therefore, we have decided to extend the Independent Lens 2013 - 2014 Season Online Submission deadline through Friday March 1, 2013. Just as a reminder, we are currently seeking submissions of completed or nearly completed programs.  Although we have extended the deadline, we

  4. Let’s Get Monday Night Audiences for Indies: See Viral Plan Below!

    October 5, 2012

    A message from ITVS President & CEO Sally Jo Fifer  Each year, as ITVS embarks on a new season of Independent Lens—the single largest series for independent voices on public or commercial television—we find ourselves along with public television audiences marveling at the powerful storytelling of independent producers. Independent producers

  5. Celebrate American Graduate Day With Public Media

    September 21, 2012

    American Graduate Day, a multi-platform event being held on Saturday, September 22, features local and national programming, partners, and celebrities focused on improving the nation’s graduation rates.Launched in 2011 by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB), American Graduate: Let’s Make It Happen is public media’s initiative to help