At the upcoming 2014 Public Radio Super-Regional Meeting, PMC’s Managing Director Dennis Hamilton is a panel member for “The Intersection of Data and Decision-making”. This session will cover the importance of Big Data for public media and the development of the new Public Media Database (PMD). With initial strategic input from eight of the nation’s […]
We would like to spread the word about a new and exciting matching grant opportunity through the Levitt AMP [Your City] Grant Awards. This funding opportunity, created by Levitt Pavilions, is for nonprofits serving small to mid-sized cities up to 400,000 people.
PMC is pleased to share that it has received additional funding for Channel X, its online marketplace where public TV and radio broadcasters can license content geared toward younger audiences. The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation today announced funding for Channel X and two other projects aimed at helping public media organizations create new ways to engage with audiences, develop diverse revenue streams and discover new content.
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For many organizations, continuing to operate as a silo is no longer a viable option. PMC has an established record of working with organizations to plan for and execute a range of collaborative partnerships.
Public Media Company is the nation’s leading firm in assessing and securing station opportunities on behalf of the public broadcasting system. We have assisted organizations in preserving and expanding public media access to more than 66 million Americans.
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CHANNEL X. “MUSIC X PROJECT”. THE PUBLIC MEDIA DATABASE.