The Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) seeks the services of a broadcast engineering consultant knowledgeable in television and radio broadcasting technology, broadcast spectrum, business operations, and policy to advise CPB on technical and regulatory issues relating to market transition considerations for NextGen TV (ATSC 3.0), broadcast spectrum allocation, content distribution interconnection systems (Interconnection), 5G, emergency alerting technology, FCC matters, and other similar issues as they relate to public broadcasting technology.
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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 is accepting proposals to increase and deepen public media’s news and public affairs coverage of state government and policies and their impact on state residents. This is a second call for state government coverage proposals, following an initial round of $2.25 million in grants that was announced in September 2023.
The Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) seeks an entity to design and implement a professional development fellowship initiative for station managers who oversee public media newsrooms (“Initiative”). The Initiative will engage 50 fellows (“Fellows”) in small cohorts, over a timeframe of two years, with a customized curriculum of onsite and virtual training and activities, supported by ongoing mentoring and coaching, to improve the knowledge and expertise of these managers.
initiative (“RTL”), intends to contract with up to 14 public television stations to collaborate with state-level partners to more broadly extend the impact of RTL resources, relationships, and approaches with children ages two to eight, especially those who live in low-income communities, as well their families and educators (“the Target Audience”). There is a particular interest in partnerships with U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Preschool Development Grant (PDG) recipients, but stations may also align with organizations that allow for broader impact with the Target Audience in their states, such as departments of education, library agencies, affiliates of the National Association for the Education of Young Children, and others.
In collaboration with the Federal Emergency Management Agency Integrated Public Alert & Warning System (“IPAWS”), CPB will be administering the Next Generation Warning System (“NGWS”) Grant to extend the reach and quality of IPAWS alerts throughout the United States. CPB will issue subgrants to public television and radio stations for the purchase, installation of, and training on equipment that will allow IPAWS alerts to be distributed over public radio and television broadcasts, as well as support projects that result in the adoption of the Common Alerting Protocol standard (“CAP”) which permits a single CAP compatible message to activate multiple compliant warning systems.
The Corporation for Public Broadcasting (“CPB”) is requesting proposals from a firm or individual (“Contractor”) to facilitate a minimum of one and a maximum of five in-person meetings in Washington, D.C., each lasting one to two days, with public media general managers and system leaders.
CPB seeks to engage a firm or individual (“Contractor”) to assist with recruiting qualified candidates for its Chief Financial Officer (“CFO”) and Treasurer and Senior Vice President (SVP) and General Counsel (“GC”) positions. Both current incumbents will be retiring in the first quarter of 2024 and CPB’s goal is to have each position filled no-later-than January 2024 to allow for transition between the incumbents and the new hires. CPB offices are located at 401 Ninth St. NW, Washington, D.C. Although CPB currently utilizes a telework program, candidates for both positions should be in the Washington metropolitan area.
The Corporation for Public Broadcasting (“CPB”) seeks technical advisory and administrative services to assist CPB in implementing the FEMA/IPAWS Next Generation Warning System Grant Program (“NGWSGP”).
The Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) seeks the services of a contractor or contractors (“Contractor”) with comprehensive expertise in broadcast, broadband, and wireless technologies for television, radio, and digital media content distribution to provide guidance on the future of content distribution for public media.