Producers Vie For Up To $150,000 At The PitchBLACK Forum (Updated)

Ten producing teams will vie for up to $150,000 in project funding at the Black Public Media (BPM) PitchBLACK Forum, an interactive pitching competition to public television and commercial distributors and funders. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Black Public Media And MIT Bring Black Creatives Into The Emerging Tech Field

Carla LynDale Bishop has been selected as the inaugural recipient of the MIT & Black Public Media Fellowship, hosted by MIT Open Documentary Lab and sponsored by MIT Center for Art, Science & Technology. Continue Reading →


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