When: Wednesday, Nov. 16 | 4-6:30 p.m. EST
Where: The offices of Philanthropy New York | 1500 Broadway, 7th Floor | New York, NY
Cost: Free for Philanthropy New York/Media Impact Funders members; $150 for non-members
Editor’s note: This piece was updated on Aug. 5, 2016, to include DNC contributions by graphic journalist and VR/AR expert Dan Archer, the Youth News Team, and the NoVo Foundation.
This week’s Democratic Convention is taking place in our hometown. So, we’re reporting from both inside and outside the event on how nonprofit outlets and their funders are addressing issues at the center of this highly contested election.
Here are some initial observations; we’ll be updating this as we go. Many thanks to our partners at LinkTV for securing us a pair of press passes—follow their conference coverage here.
Editor’s note: Back in February, we held an event with filmmaker Stanley Nelson to talk about his now Emmy-nominated film, The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution. The film sparked the No. 1 trending Twitter hashtag—#BlackPanthersPBS—in the world on the night it premiered on PBS’ Independent Lens. It is also Independent Lens’ highest rated and most-streamed film. Below is the transcript from this Prince Theater event, where Nelson was interviewed by Norris West, director of strategic communications for the Annie E. Casey Foundation. If you haven’t seen the film, you can watch the trailer below.
Since 2014, Media Impact Funders has been showcasing the work of producers dedicated to creating documentaries in the public interest through our annual Media Impact Festival. This year’s Media Impact Festival is a partnership with the AFI DOCS Film Festival in Washington, D.C., which took place from June 14-18. Our festival celebrates the following 10 […]