All Archived New Media Grants
CPB seeks the services of a website development firm to develop a graphic design, create an information architecture, build, and maintain the American Graduate website.
- Closed: September 2, 2011
- Focus: American Graduate Initiative, Design, Digital, Interactive, Internet, New Media, Web Design
In response to the nation's dropout crisis, CPB is soliciting proposals from public television stations in high-need communities to become Public Media Community Hubs.
- Closed: March 2, 2011
- Focus: Collaboration, Community Engagement, Dropout Awareness, Education, Educator Professional Development, New Media, Partnerships, Radio, Television, Youth Engagement
The objective of this Request for Proposals is to solicit proposals from individuals and organizations from both the non-profit and the private sector to begin a system-wide video and audio asset inventory of Public Broadcasting. The content inventory will entail the physical inspection, viewing and classification of assets by specific categories including rights information. The goal is to inventory at least 75,000 hours of public media content through this program over the next eighteen (18) months.
- Closed: February 12, 2010
- Focus: Assessment, Consulting, Digital, Multiplatform, New Media, System Support
In close consultation with CPB, the Initiative Manager will oversee, coordinate and support the integrated components of the initiative which include national and local on-air and online content, interactive educational curricula, and on-the-ground community engagement.
- Closed: December 22, 2010
- Focus: Collaboration, Community Engagement, Consulting, Digital, Education, New Media, Radio, System Support, Television
CPB seeks to engage a Consultant for a period of approximately 10 months to manage the Vendor chosen for the Station Online Capacity Project and to promote the availability of the portal to Stations and encourage their participation.
The purpose of this Request for Proposals is to solicit proposals to be the Initiative Manager of the American Archive Pilot Program. The Initiative Manager, working in close consultation with CPB, will coordinate and support the development, execution, and evaluation of grants to public television and radio stations for the collection, coding, digitization, and possible restoration of existing content.
- Closed: November 14, 2008
- Focus: Analysis, Assessment, Digital, Multiplatform, New Media, Radio, Television
Round Three of the Public Media Innovation Fund will focus on new media sustainability by distributing as much as $200,000 in grants of up to $50,000.
- Closed: July 11, 2008
- Focus: Emerging Media, Interactive, Multiplatform, New Media, Research and Development
This Request for Proposals is for a quick, but extensive scan and analysis of best practices in the use of digital new media in journalism, both within and outside U.S. public broadcasting and related organizations, domestically and internationally.
CPB seeks an objective scan of public broadcasting's existing activities in terms of digital new media content and use of related technologies, in order to help determine how and to what extent the public broadcasting organizations are using new media tools to provide services to the general public and to teachers and students in formal education.
CPB seeks to fund a public media demonstration project focusing on the 2008 elections. The successful project will be national in scope and will embrace cross platform approaches to provide content, tools and interactive experiences that will result in a more informed, engaged electorate.
The Public Media Innovation Fund provides between $5,000 and $20,000 to stations to support small-scale experimentation in new distribution platforms.