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Emergency Alert and Communication Grants

A total of $1 million in CPB funds will be awarded among ten stations for projects that use digital broadcast to improve communication and alerts during emergencies.
The Grant Center Drafts APTS Comments on Race To The Top - District Grant Competition

APTS comments on the DOE’s proposed priorities for the Race to the Top District grant competition to expand opportunities for multiplatform digital content and services. Filed: June 7, 2012.
Race To The Top Program Invites School Districts to Apply: What RTT-D Means for Stations

In this round of Race To The Top funding, the DOE will provide funds to school districts, instead of states, with an important hook for stations. Posted: May 31, 2012.
Visit the Grant Center at the PMDMC Conference in July 2012

The Grant Center is hosting valuable sessions at the 2012 PMDMC Conference in Seattle.
Open Competitions at the U.S. Department of Education: What to Know About Race To The Top, i3 and Promise Neighborhoods

With a handful of applications due in the coming months, here is some insider knowledge, along with useful Grant Center resources, to help your station apply and win. Posted: April 30, 2012.
U.S. Department of Education Announces the 2012 Promise Neighborhoods Competition

Another round of this competition has been announced, and applicants can still improve their chances of being awarded a grant by partnering with public media stations.
A Closer Look at U.S. Department of Labor Programs

Two open grant competitions at the U.S. Department of Labor could provide funding opportunities for stations. Posted: March 26, 2012.
Grant Center Webinar Series: Strategies for Grantseeking Success

Watch the recordings of a series of six webinars, hosted by the Grant Center, to hear experts give tips and advice on the grantseeking process. The series launched in April 2012.
President Obama's FY 2013 Budget: The Process Begins Anew

As the appropriations process starts for FY 2013, find out the President's proposed funding levels for the programs you rely on and the new ones that may interest you. Posted: February 28, 2012.
Spotlight on Potential Partners: Libraries and Museums

Consider looking to your local library or museum as potential partners. Public media stations are partners on projects that recently received funding from IMLS. Posted: February 6, 2012.


The Grant Center Announces a 2017-2018 Webinar Series on Evaluation
Learn more and register for our three-part evaluation webinar series.
Through the Looking Glass: Distribution and Reflections
Date and time TBA. The final webinar in our evaluation series will help attendees understand how to communicate their impact to potential funders.


Read the Grant Center's October 2017 newsletter.
Read the Grant Center's September 2017 newsletter.