Deadline for INPUT 2011: Dare the Future

Posted on October 18, 2010
INPUT (International Public Television) is an organization that brings together producers, media professionals, and broadcasters from around the world for a weeklong showcase of content and discussion each year, creating a forum  “where the rules of broadcasting are challenged and redefined.” U.S. INPUT is now accepting American submissions for INPUT 2011: Dare the Future in Seoul, Korea. The deadline is Nov. 5, 2010 and there is no entry fee! For more information check out: INPUT is always looking for innovative, courageous, and provocative programming from all public TV genres and formats. This year, the organization is particularly interested in programs that can play on multiple platforms; that use new innovative technology; are cross-genre productions (think docufiction, docudrama); are low budget; and for new ideas for regularly scheduled shows – irrespective of format. Again, the deadline is Nov. 5, 2010 and you can find more information here. Good luck!


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