The Corporation for Public Broadcasting seeks the services of an individual or firm to provide CPB with a white paper assessing opportunities and making recommendations on where and how public media can enhance its public safety services.
The Corporation for Public Broadcasting (“CPB”) is requesting proposals from a firm or individual to facilitate a minimum of three and a maximum of five two-day in-person meetings in Washington, D.C. and a kick-off webinar. The goal of the meetings is to solicit input and recommendations from approximately 20 representatives of public radio stations and national organizations on possible changes to CPB’s Radio Community Service Grant (“CSG”) program.
Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) seeks the services of a creative producer to provide audio video content to advance CPB’s priorities in education and journalism, as well as to support public media stations’ work.
The Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) seeks the services of a consultant(s) (Consultant) knowledgeable in television broadcasting technology, business operations and policy to assist CPB in providing guidance on specific issues surrounding ATSC 3 adoption and FCC Spectrum Auction Repack.
The Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) seeks to engage an Analyst to assist and advise CPB with a review of its Community Service Grant (CSG) programs for public television and radio stations.
CPB is accepting applications from noncommercial educational radio stations to enter the Radio Community Service Grant Program.
The Corporation for Public Broadcasting (“CPB”) seeks to engage an organization (“Consultant”) to conduct moderated online focus groups (“Focus Groups”) of public radio station leaders. The Focus Groups will address questions concerning CPB’s Radio Community Service Grant (“CSG”) program.
The Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) intends to provide grants of $10,000 per station to up to 50 public television stations to spur innovation in stations’ local education efforts and to enhance stations’ capacity to carry out that work. Through this grant, stations will develop a plan to develop new education services or improve existing service models to better meet the needs of their communities. The plans may target any subject area or age group, from early learners through adult learners.
Building on the success of Veterans Coming Home phases I and II, CPB is supporting a third phase focused on what works for veterans. Phase Three will continue a national digital series and social media engagement campaign, called "Veterans Coming Home: Finding What Works," produced by Kindling Group in partnership with Wisconsin Public Television (Lead Station) and local participating stations. Wisconsin Public Television will also support the activities and engagement of the 12 CPB-funded station grantees around planning, partnerships, production and measurement.
The Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) seeks an entity to design and implement a professional development fellowship program for editorial leaders. The two-year program will engage 100 fellows (“Fellows”) in small cohorts with a customized curriculum of onsite and virtual training and activities, supported by ongoing mentoring and coaching, to improve the knowledge and expertise of public media editors (the “Initiative”).