Each month, NAMAC will look back at the last few weeks for a quick overview of some of the stories we've been watching. We hope you'll find them interesting, too.
September started off with a bang as the Department of Justice moved to block the AT&T / T-Mobile merger.
NAMAC is pleased to announce the participants in our third Leadership Institute for Visual Arts Organizations.
Did you miss July's Open Dialogue on Youth Media? Here's a summary.
To celebrate their 20th anniversary, Independent Television Service (ITVS) is launching the ITVS Indies Showcase, a free online film festival featuring 20 documentaries from July 25 to September 23. The festival honors the extraordinary contributions of independent filmmakers to public television. The National Alliance for Media Arts and Culture (NAMAC) is a proud sponsor of this event.
This NAMAC News Roundup features videos, leadership tips, policy news and more.
This NAMAC News Round-Up features grant opportunities from the Knight Foundation, new research from the NEA and The Transmission Project, a innovative video editing tool for artists and more.
NAMAC's Policy Strategist Belinda Rawlins reports on Brown v. Entertainment Merchants Association.
NAMAC's Executive Director Jack Walsh discusses the various policy and advocacy activities NAMAC has been involved with on our members' behalf during the second quarter of 2011.
The California Community Media Exchange (CACMX) – an innovative partnership between seven California Community Media centers – has just completed a website, which is just one of many projects they’ve been working over the past year. The CACMX first met in August 2010 with the goal of holding four in-person meetings to share best practices and come up with different ways to work together.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Film Festival Grants program has awarded $4.4 million to film festivals since 1999. Grants totaling $450,000 were granted to 30 U.S. film festivals in 2011.