FIRST CALL for U.S. INPUT program submissions for INPUT 2011 in Seoul, Korea!

Deadline: Friday, November 5, 2010

Submission information and instructions at www.scetv.org/input

Consider various formats for entries.
Your submission can be a public broadcast program or innovative multi-platform piece that has a connection to public broadcasting. Examples are online games or websites, Web documentaries, short narratives, animations, etc. Include the URL of any "online" submission.

If you have any questions, please contact Amy Shumaker, U.S. INPUT National Coordinator at 803-737-3433 or email: shumaker@scetv.org; or Betsy Newman, U.S. INPUT Assistant Manager at 803-737-3466 or email: bnewman@scetv.org

INPUT is going back to Asia!

INPUT 2011 will take place in Seoul, Korea on May 9-12. It is co-hosted by Korea's leading public service broadcasters, KBS and MBC. In response to the challenges presented by rapidly changing technologies, the Seoul conference will feature digital age innovations and visions for the future of public service television.

The upcoming Seoul INPUT conference will provide an opportunity to discuss and debate the various ways for public media to differentiate itself from commercial television at this critical time.

The KBS and MBC invite you to Seoul, the city where ingenious energy meets technological evolution. Join us and experience Asian creativity here in Seoul!

 

 

 

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Amy, I think that a number of Workshoppers have attended INPUT in the past, right? Could you put up a list, so folks who are thinking of applying can check in with those who have already gone, to get a sense of how excellent INPUT is, what they felt was most fun or useful, how they set up their application, etc? Just want to be sure we're sharing our expertise here...

thanks again for your wonderful work on this,
Judith
Good idea! I can track those you have been awarded CPB travel grants and of course INPUT 2005, quite a few filmmakers attended on their own in San Francisco.

I'm really happy that INPUT is finally accepting other platform project since U.S. producers are creating public media in various formats.

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