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  1. The 2012 ITVS Digital Survey

    October 30, 2012

    ITVS Digital Initiatives Director, Matthew Meschery, introduces the organization's 2012 Digital Survey for independent filmmakers. The report examines the digital trends of the past year and takes a look at what producers can expect to find in the year ahead. Watch a brief summary of the report below and find the complete survey in PDF form, at the bottom

  2. Establishing a Content Strategy for the Future

    October 18, 2012

    ITVS teams adapt and work together to better serve producers in a dynamic, chaotic media environment.Five years ago, as the opportunities for creating and distributing content in a multi-platform, cross-media environment were compounding, the funding and rights management environment intensifying, we strategized internally on how to best support

  3. Introducing ITVS's 2011 Digital Survey

    August 3, 2011

    The following is an excerpt from the executive summary of the 2011 ITVS Digital Survey. The findings, which are available for download below, offer new trends on the digital media environment with a particular focus on independent producers.        Open publication - Free publishing - More social mediaWho put the audience in charge? Technology,

  4. Public Media Invests in Games for Change

    July 1, 2011

    The ITVS-funded Garbage Dreams Game was recognized at this year's eight annual Games for Change Festival in New York City. Matthew Meschery heads up ITVS' digital initiatives and participated in one of the festival's panel, entitled "Public Media and Games." So, what does public media have to do with games? Well, with the exception of PBS Kids, there are

  5. Independent Producers Get Hooked Up Digitally

    July 7, 2010

    Producers and filmmakers convened in Boston last month for the annual CPB/PBS Producers Workshop. The program, started 10 years ago by veteran WGBH producer Judith Vecchione, has trained more than 190 producers from some 40 states, and ITVS has participated in every class since the beginning. ITVS' Senior Programming Manager, Richard Saiz, spent an