The Federal Communications Commission, having recently passed a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking regarding its upcoming spectrum auction, will review information that it says will prove relevant both to broadcasters planning to participate in the auction and those who will not … Continue reading
Jersey City–based community radio station WFMU is bringing together big names for a daylong conference to discuss the future of radio, which will double as a fundraiser for the station. The conference is in NYC Oct. 20 and makes up … Continue reading
The International Public Television Screening Conference (INPUT) is a global meeting for public broadcasting professionals to exchange ideas for media in the public interest. By screening and discussing outstanding programs from around the world, INPUT says, it builds an intercultural … Continue reading
The audio intensive workshop, subtitled “Gravity,” will be the second in a series of collaborations between the Association of Independents in Radio and Brooklyn-based documentary center UnionDocs. The workshop will be held in Brooklyn Dec. 17–21 and is geared toward … Continue reading
The itinerary and presenters have not been announced yet, but the event typically attracts science-documentary producers from around the globe. PBS, PBS International and Nova are presenting partners. The early-bird price is still available through Oct. 11: $1,205 for independent producers and … Continue reading
Sessions will teach attendees how to survive and innovate. Pulitzer Prize–winner and self-outed undocumented immigrant Jose Antonio Vargas will deliver a keynote. Registration remains open till Sept. 13: $599 for members, $899 for non-members and $150 for students.
Co-sponsored by PBS SoCaL, KQED, KPBS and KPCC, the camp will include a 24-hour hackathon for anyone interest in programming innovations in pubmedia technology. Participants can also earn “merit badges” by participating in sessions. The event is user-generated, with participants … Continue reading