Graphic design and production of CPB FY Annual Reports for FY 2016, FY 2017 and FY 2018 as PDFs.
To plan for the expiration of the office space lease in 2020, CPB wishes to consult with a licensed architectural firm to determine the amount, type, and location of office space appropriate for the organization.
The Corporation for Public Broadcasting is requesting proposals to provide grant funds to geographically diverse public media stations to continue efforts on American Graduate phase three. Stations will work in collaboration with an American Graduate lead station. The grant term is anticipated to run Fall 2017 to Fall 2019. To be eligible to apply for funding, stations must currently receive a CPB Community Service Grant and be in good standing.
The Corporation for Public Broadcasting (“CPB”) seeks to engage an organization(“Consultant”) to provide strategic communications advice to CPB regarding the structure and focus of its corporate mission and advancement of current initiatives.
CPB is seeking proposals from broadcast engineering consulting firms (Consultant) with public television and radio expertise to provide coverage area analyses, contour overlap data, and demographic population analyses for public broadcasting stations receiving or applying for Community Service Grant (CSG) funding from CPB.
The Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) is seeking proposals from public radio stations qualified as Community Service Grant recipients that are interested in attracting the Target Audience using the Urban Alternative music format. Earlier research for this project found that a music blend consisting of hip-hop, R&B and dance genres have broad appeal among multicultural audiences, especially millennials and Generation X. CPB has engaged a Consultant to work with stations to formalize the Urban Alternative format as one of public radio’s core music offerings. This request for proposals will identify up to three stations (Pilot Stations) to implement the new format with ongoing assistance from the Consultant.
The Corporation for Public Broadcasting (“CPB”) seeks to engage an organization (“Consultant”) to help CPB staff improve its data collection and analysis.
The Corporation for Public Broadcasting (“CPB”) seeks the services of a consultant or firm (“Consultant”) to plan and facilitate a training program for public media leaders over a period of up to nine months.
The Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) seeks mixed media audio/video production services (Producer) for up to twelve videos and six podcasts to be created from August 2017 through March 2018. Production will occur at various locations around Washington, DC vicinity and other areas around the country, at CPB’s request.
The Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB), as part of the 2015-20 Ready To Learn initiative (RTL) intends to provide funding for up to 30 public television stations in phase one, from which up to 14 stations will be selected for funding in phase two. In phase one (October 1, 2017 through April 30, 2018), applicants must demonstrate that the station has sufficient staff available to support the project with experience in early learning, station leadership support for this project, and the capacity to develop a community engagement collaborative to support early learning in STEM and literacy. In phase two (October 1, 2018 – September 30, 2020), CPB expects to fund approximately 14 of these stations to implement a two-year Community Collaborative for Early Learning & Media (CC-ELM). The objective of the CC-ELM is to give children ages two to eight from low-income households (the "Target Audience") a stronger foundation in early science and literacy learning by engaging them, their families, and their caregivers with Ready To Learn’s high-quality digital and hands-on educational content.