Apply Now! CPB/PBS Diversity and Innovation Fund Seeks New Primetime TV Series

Posted on July 2, 2010
The Diversity and Innovation fund is on the hunt to provide Public Television with a new, weekly, primetime series and wants to hear from you. In particular, the DI fund is looking for content that will appeal to adult audiences and reflects the diversity of the 40-64 year old U.S. population. PBS will begin accepting proposals on July 26th, with a final deadline of September 25th. Learn more about proposal guidelines and other useful info on how to apply.

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