Deadline Announced for Public Media Content Fund
Submissions Are Open
Vision Maker Media announces a March 18 deadline for applications from filmmakers for its Public Media Content Fund. For guidelines and a link to the online application, please visit
Producer Profile: Shirley & George Give Tips on Submitting to the Public Media Content Fund
Vision Maker Media's Executive Director, Shirley Sneve and Assistant Director, Georgiana "George" Lee discuss what content creators can expect when applying for the Public Media Content Fund in 2015.
Insider Knowledge: Read Tips from Panelists
We asked former RFP reviewers and filmmakers to give suggestions for submitting to Vision Maker Media's Open Call. 

Television Stations Can Apply to Host Paid Interns
Vision Maker Media is looking to partner American Indian and Alaska Native college students with Public Television stations to offer multiple summer or fall internships.

Public Television stations that would like to be considered for hosting a Public Media intern must apply online at by Tuesday, February 3, 2015.

Students interested in applying for this internship opportunity must apply online at by Tuesday, March 24, 2015.

Yellow Fever Uncovers the Navajo Uranium Boom
Yellow Fever, a one-hour documentary premiering this March on WORLD Channel's America ReFramed series, examines the history and lasting impacts of the Uranium Boom on the Navajo Nation through the eyes of young, Native American war veteran, Tina Garnanez (Navajo).

Directed and produced by Sophie Rousmaniere of Issue Television, Yellow Fever, illuminates questions of American energy policy as a decades-old Cold War uranium-mining strategy that is now being revived as present-day energy development.  

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