Stay connected. Initiate and produce programming in collaboration with your peers—for your peers.
As part of our strategic imperative to better serve the developing and rapidly changing media funding landscape, MIF is deeply committed to keeping the field connected during this uncertain time. Our goal is to give members the time and space to connect, collaborate, share resources, build knowledge, and ultimately make more strategic investments and contributions toward their mission. We are committed to helping our members share solutions and strategies to respond to this rapidly changing crisis. And we remain persistently focused on how funders can best support media that informs, engages and inspires.
As such, members and supporters of Media Impact Funders now have the opportunity to initiate and produce issue-related programming for their peers. These hour-long online briefings are open to all MIF members, and are meant to provide more time to learn from one another to maximize the impact of their work. MIF will continue to serve the network with tailored and curated programming that explores a range of issues and opportunities in the media funding field.
Frequently asked questions:
Who can sponsor a member briefing?
Any group consisting of three member organizations or two member organizations and a philanthropy serving organization (PSO) can present a Member Briefing proposal. One organization must be identified as MIF’s planning partner.
What assistance does MIF provide?
Once the proposal is accepted, Media Impact Funders will (at your request):
What’s the timeline for planning a member briefing?
Member Briefing proposals can be submitted year-round, and we’ll need an eight-week lead time to help you plan the program. If you want to hold a member briefing just after the presidential election, for example, you’ll need to submit your proposal by the beginning of September.
Is there a cost associated with member briefings?
This programming is free of charge. If there are any costs associated with a member briefing, the sponsors assume financial responsibility.
How do I submit a proposal?
Fill out this Google form. Please note: Member briefings require MIF’s final approval. We will determine whether we are the right partner and if our members are the right audience.
We’d love your feedback regarding the member briefing process. If there is something we could do better, let us know. Please direct your feedback to Roshni Melia at email@example.com.