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  1. Meridian, ITVS, and CPB Celebrate Global Women’s Empowerment

    September 21, 2011

    Last week, ITVS and CPB celebrated the launch of the Council on Women’s Leadership and the Women and Girls Lead initiative at the Meridian International Center in Washington, D.C.  On Thursday, September 15, Meridian, ITVS, and CPB, celebrated the launch of the Council on Women’s Leadership and shared a special preview of the Women and Girls Lead

  2. Celebrate Independence Day with Global Voices

    July 2, 2011

    Throughout July, Global Voices will examine the efforts and struggles around the world as people and organizations strive for democracy, independence, and freedom. Global Voices airs Sunday nights at 10pm on the WORLD Channel.  In honor of Independence Day, Global Voices and the WORLD Channel present four international documentaries throughout the

  3. A Working Mom Storms Through Global Voices

    June 15, 2011

    Stacy Buchanan of WORLDCompass pinch hits for BTB with a preview of the upcoming broadcast A Working Mom on Global Voices. The documentary airs Sunday, June 19 on the WORLD Channel. Being a working mom rocks!  We’re the ones chosen to advise policy, lead teams and manage projects. We make our own rules, run our own businesses, and raise our kids.  We’re

  4. ITVS Introduces Women and Girls Lead, a Public Media Initiative

    May 9, 2011

    Sally Jo Fifer announces the Women and Girls Lead campaign — a major public media initiative that uses independent films to focus, educate, and connect audiences in support of women and girl's leadership and development around the world.  It’s no secret that the competitive sea in which ITVS and independent filmmakers paddle is not getting any calmer.

  5. Celebrating Women’s History Month in Film

    March 17, 2011

    For 20 years ITVS has been responsible for showcasing innovative and eye-opening programming focusing on the shared and unique experiences of women worldwide. Our documentaries have covered everything from glass-ceiling-shattering female heads of state to the grassroots movements in developing nations led by women who refused to accept no for an