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 to support the establishment of a “Shared Purchasing Provider” to work with public radio and television stations (“public media system”) to implement cooperative purchasing arrangements that leverage their shared buying power to obtain more favorable pricing and contract terms for equipment and services.
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.
Assist CPB and Nine Network of Public Media in the design and implementation of the outcomes measurement component of phase three of public media’s the American Graduate initiative.
By this Request for Proposals (RFP), the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) seeks competitive proposals from candidates for the position of Ombudsman for a three-year term commencing on February 1, 2018.
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.