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  1. Children of Haiti – One Year Later

    January 10, 2011

    This Tuesday, Independent Lens presents the documentary Children of Haiti, one year after the country was rocked by a devastating earthquake. The film follows three Haitian teenage boys who live on the streets as they reflect on their country, their lives, and the hope they have for a better future. Regine Zamor is one of the producers of Children of

  2. Q&A with NCME Executive Director Charles Meyer

    February 10, 2010

    The National Center for Media Engagement (NCME) is a recognized leader and catalyst for community engagement by public broadcasting –– encouraging engagement across all platforms. NCME helps public radio and television stations deepen their community engagement efforts through content, programming, evaluation, and new media initiatives. We

  3. ITVS Staffer Reflects on the Earthquake in Haiti

    February 9, 2010

    Nearly a month ago, Haiti experienced its strongest earthquake in more than two centuries, which caused massive destruction and left hundreds of thousands homeless and an estimated 200,000 dead. ITVS’s Voleine Amilcar, a Haitian American, was at the Television Critics Association Press Tour in Los Angeles when the earthquake struck. Read her personal

  4. Egalité for All Tells the Story of Haiti’s Revolutionary Past

    January 27, 2010

    Since the massive earthquake devastated Haiti two weeks ago, volunteers and organizations from around the world have rallied together in support. Recently, the Hope for Haiti Now telethon, which aired on public television stations and other media outlets, raised more than $58 million in donations. Despite the massive worldwide effort, the news

  5. Hope for Haiti Now Telethon Raises $58 Million in Donations

    January 25, 2010

    Last Friday night, public television stations, along with other networks, online broadcasters, and cable television stations across the nation and around the world joined together to air the commercial-free broadcast of the global telethon, Hope For Haiti Now. So far, more than $58 million has been raised –– and this figure is expected to grow since