National Media Organizations
AIR members share, engage and build community through group discussions related to audio, public media and storytelling. Our community is made up of freelancers, journalists, podcasters, audio makers, storytellers, editors and more. You can expect to find audio-centric and multimedia enthusiasts in the forums.
Founded to increase the support, recognition, and appreciation of Asian American arts by providing a centralized information network, vital resources and advocacy services, and ongoing technical assistance to Asian American artists and organizations.
Aubin Pictures is a women-led and women-run nonprofit organization with a mission to create cultural awareness and strategic, sustainable social justice through transformative, community-based production and impactful distribution of media.
Black Public Media (BPM), formerly known as National Black Programming Consortium develops, produces, funds, and distributes media content about the African American and global Black experience.
The Center collaborates with independent producers to create films and videos on issues of contemporary social and cultural concern and is committed to the successful completion and distribution of these projects, through contributing production equipment, access to discounted post-production facilities, providing fundraising assistance, distribution assistance, fiscal sponsorship, creative, and even moral support.
A private, non-profit corporation that funds more than 1,000 locally operated public radio stations and public television stations across the country and the production of independent educational programming.
Firelight is a premier destination for non-fiction cinema by and about communities of color. Firelight produces documentary films, supports emerging filmmakers of color, and cultivates audiences for their work.
IFP is a not-profit service organization dedicated to providing resources, information, and avenues of communication for its members: independent filmmakers, industry professionals, and independent film enthusiasts. They hold workshops and large-scale conferences.
ITVS brings independently produced programs to television, programs that engage creative risks, advance issues, and represent points of view not usually seen on commercial or public television.
Latino Public Broadcasting is the leader of the development, production, acquisition and distribution of non-commercial educational and cultural media that is representative of Latino people, or addresses issues of particular interest to Latino Americans.
NAMAC is a non-profit association composed of organizations who provide a wide range of support services for independent media, including media education, production, exhibition, distribution, collection building, preservation, criticism, and advocacy.
NALIP seeks to change media culture by advocating and promoting the professional needs of Latinx artists in media. Standing at the forefront of that systemic change, our organization works with industry leaders towards seeing a more inclusive future both on and off screen.
An alliance of five distinct national organizations, who, with modest support from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB), bring the authentic stories and diverse perspectives of America’s multicultural communities to public media and its digital platforms.
The mission of Pacific Islanders in Communications (PIC) is to support, advance, and develop Pacific Island media content and talent that results in a deeper understanding of Pacific Island history, culture, and contemporary challenges.
Vision Maker Media empowers and engages Native people to share stories. We envision a world changed and healed by understanding Native stories and the public conversations they generate.
Regional Media Organizations
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