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!
I'm looking for an experienced TV scriptwriter to work on a long-term (30 week) project starting in February. I need someone who can explain complicated material in a fun, conversational way, using…Continue
Judith, I just found out that 2 of your ice hockey athletes will be here in Kazakhstan soon! The U.S. Embassy invited them to meet with the ice hockey team here, but I'm not sure if they will screen…Continue
Hi,Randy MacLowry and I are looking for two experienced APs to work with us on two different two-hour documentary projects. One is our independent documentary about Lorraine Hansberry and the other…Continue
"Through A Lens Darkly," directed by Thomas Allen Harris and produced by Ann Bennett, won Best Diaspora Documentary at the 10th Africa Movie Academy Awards, the only American film to win an award…Continue
The NALIP WORLD Channel American Graduate Digital Video Project RFP will award three $15K grants to create digital video shorts.
The NALIP WORLD Channel American Graduate Digital Video Project is a competitive open call to media producers to submit RFP (Request for Proposals) for digital video shorts in support of American Graduate: Let’s Make it…
I have not been an active participant with this website, but I wanted to recognize the value this organization, program and website. I am grateful to WGBH, CPB, and Judith for all of the support, networking, and love provided. More important, thank you to Evan Coyne Maloney and the Arthur N. Rupe Foundation for covering the cost of this ever central hub of sharing, connectivity and creative expression for the next two years.