All Archived TV Programming Grants
This Request for Proposals seeks competitive proposals from candidates for the position of Ombudsman for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.
- Closed: February 14, 2011
- Focus: Audience, Community Engagement, Objectivity and Balance, Radio Programming, TV Programming, Writing
CPB is requesting proposals from a person or firm to conduct an evaluation of Phase II -- Implementation of the American History and Civics Initiative for middle and high school students and their teachers.
- Closed: July 9, 2010
- Focus: American History and Civics Initiative, Consulting, Education, Research, Television, TV Programming
CPB Ready To Learn Statewide Planning Agreements will provide funding to public broadcasting stations to work in collaboration with state education agencies to assess, align, and integrate research-tested and curriculum-based RTL products and services into early childhood education. This funding opportunity will enable a partnership between Stations and State Education Agencies to design, pilot and execute an initial plan for integrating RTL digital media reading resources into Pre-K through second grade classrooms, and in other learning environments, (e.g., formal and informal child care settings; before and after school programs, etc.). The RTL products and services will be made available to implement throughout the state during the one-year agreement cycle.
- Closed: April 27, 2009
- Focus: Collaboration, Community Engagement, Digital, Education, Multiplatform, Ready to Learn, TV Programming
CPB requests proposals from qualified organizations to manage the Station-Based Election Programming Initiative.
The Station-Based Election Programming Initiative (SEPI) provides grant funding to enable local public broadcasting stations to create television programs and multi-platform media content about 2008 election issues.
WETA News Academy 2008 is an intensive, five day residential course designed to offer applicants experience in the practical and technical capabilities of contemporary local news gathering and reporting, both on TV and online.
CPB is seeking the services of an outside vendor to design, implement and analyze a quantitative research study of adults 18+ who watch television in primetime.
- Closed: November 9, 2007
- Focus: Audience, Audience Research, Consulting, Quantitative Research, Television, TV Programming
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.
CPB seeks a senior audience research analyst to provide leadership and technical guidance for CPB's strategic development, analysis, understanding and application of a major quantitative research study known as the 2008 Audience Awareness, Attitudes and Usage Study.
- Closed: December 5, 2007
- Focus: Audience, Audience Research, Consulting, Quantitative Research, Research, Television, TV Programming
Awards scholarships for an intensive seven-day, hands-on training seminar at WGBH in Boston.
The Corporation for Public Broadcasting seeks an applicant to design and conduct pilot testing to be used as the basis for guiding the development of a new science series for primetime public television.
The Corporation for Public Broadcasting seeks an applicant to design and conduct comprehensive qualitative and quantitative research to be used as the basis for guiding the development of a new science series for primetime public television.
- Closed: July 31, 2006
- Focus: Consulting, Quantitative Research, Research, Television, TV Programming
Each scholarship will include the cost of the workshop, and reasonable expenses for airfare, hotel accommodations, meals, and limited ground transportation.
Supports new, groundbreaking media projects that measurably improve the learning of American history and enhance civic participation among middle and high school students.
Funds programs that examine and explain where we are and where we're going as a nation -- programs that elevate, enlighten, entertain, and, most importantly, rise above the minutiae of the moment and see the big picture.