For the past 12 years, the CPB/PBS Producers Workshop at WGBH has offered intensive training that encourages the best in public media production. Close to 250 producers have participated, creating a roster of exciting and diverse talent for public broadcasting on all its platforms.
This is the Producers Workshop Online, a showcase for the Workshop graduates and their projects. We hope you'll browse the site, looking for producers with the vision and skills you need for your station or your production.
We also invite you to connect to our searchable database of Workshop graduates by clicking here.
We look forward to hearing from you!
My new project: Next Generation Leadership, professional development designed to help public media expand diversity among programming executives by training new senior and executive producers for tv,…Continue
U.S. INPUT 2016 CALL FOR ENTRIES for Calgary, Canada – May 8 - 12Deadline: Friday, November 13, 2015INPUT has organized international television’s most important and influential annual screening…Continue
We are thrilled to announce the PBS broadcast premiere of the film that I workshopped at WGBH during the PBS/CPB producers academy!! Ulises' Odyssey is airing next week on Chicago's WTTW HD at…Continue
Dear co-workshoppers!It has been a very long and winding and windy road, but we made it!! Thanks to all of you for your incredible encouragement and support and special thanks to our dear mentor by…Continue
The AAAS Kavli Science Journalism Awards represent the pinnacle of achievement for professional journalists in the science writing field. What an honor!
Here's an excerpt from the announcement below. You can read the…Continue
A program I produced and directed with Center for Asian American Media, CPB and KQED will air nationally on PBS on Dec 8, 2015 at 8pm.
In the meantime, you can catch the film at various festival and community screenings this fall. I will update the screenings as they become public. But you can learn more and watch a trailer here.
Thanks to Judith, my documentary students produced a response film to Birth of a Nation. It will be exhibited as part of a student film showcase for Friday, Sept. 18.
Judith spoke to my class in the spring semester and they loved her stories and comments about their personal projects. As a culminating group project, the students produced a composite of video letters addressing the themes presented in the film. They wanted the millennial perspective to be…Continue