‘AfroPoP’ Introduces Viewers To ‘Amina’ From Harlem To The World

What does it mean to be black, female, and foreign in a world that doesn’t value these attributes? Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Black Public Media Deadline Looms For $150K In Funding For Series Pilots

Black Public Media (BPM), the nation’s only nonprofit dedicated solely to media content about the black experience, has issued an open call to producers for nonfiction broadcast projects (individual programs or series pilots) and scripted or nonfiction digital web series. Continue Reading →

Harlem-Based Black Public Media Awarded $40 K NEA

Black Public Media (BPM) has been awarded an Art Works grant of $40,000 by the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA).

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Black Stars And Filmmakers Celebrate 10 Years Of ‘AfroPoP’ TV Series In Harlem (Photographs)

Black stars and filmmakers converged on the Harlem Stage Gatehouse on Friday, February 9th, 2018, to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the acclaimed series AfroPoP: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange. Continue Reading →

NBPC Producers Look For The Right Pitch With ‘American Idol’ Type Contest

nbpcThe second annual National Black Programming Consortium (NBPC) Pitch Black Forum will be held on Thursday. The live, interactive pitching session, a spirited battle of content creators participating in the Harlem-based media arts organization’s national 360 Incubator and Fund, will be held at the Jerome L. Greene Performance Space in Manhattan. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s NBPC’s 360 Incubator And Fund New Selects For Competition

nbpcThe nation’s only nonprofit dedicated solely to media content about the Black experience has selected seven producing teams for its 360 Incubator and Fund where competitors can score up to $150,000 in development funds for their TV and web pilots or interactive/transmedia project. Continue Reading →

Harlem Based NBPC Wins Grants From The NEA

nbpcNational Black Programming Consortium (NBPC), the Harlem-based national media arts organization bringing quality stories about the Black experience to the public airwaves and Internet, has won two National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Art Works grants. Continue Reading →


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