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THE GRANT CENTER

The Grant Center for Public Media is public broadcasting's premier source for grant seekers, providing a one-stop shop for funding opportunities tailored specifically for public broadcasting stations, along with related news, resources and tools to help you make your case. A partnership between the Association of Public Television Stations (APTS) and Greater Public, the Grant Center is a subscription service available to all public media organizations. To learn more about the Grant Center's services or to subscribe, visit the sign up page.
 
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WHAT'S NEW

NEH's Media Projects program supports projects in the humanities that explore stories, ideas and beliefs. Both production and development grants are available. Deadline: Aug. 10, 2016
Federal Funding
Register now for the Grant Center's webinar on February 12, 2016. This webinar will focus on the federal budget outlook and its impact on stations.
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January 2016. Following up on our most recent webinar, this article addresses how community engagement activities can generate partnerships and help stations find funding.
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December 2015. Ready To Learn was reauthorized in the Every Student Succeeds Act, which was signed into law December 11, 2015.
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This webinar, held December 16, 2015, focused on new approaches stations are using in the education space.
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WEBINARS/CONFERENCE CALLS

The Federal Budget Outlook Through Fiscal Year 2017
Register now for the Grant Center's webinar on February 12, 2016. This webinar will focus on the federal budget outlook and its impact on stations.
New Approaches to Education: Leveraging Engagement to Drive Sustainability
This webinar, held December 16, 2015, focused on new approaches stations are using in the education space.

NEWSLETTERS

Read the Grant Center for Public Media's October 2015 newsletter.
Read the Grant Center for Public Media's September 2015 newsletter.