United States Call for INPUT 2012 Submissions
For the first time the INPUT conference is coming to Australia May 7-12, 2012. INPUT (the acronym is derived from INternational PUblic Television) is an annual weeklong television showcase where the rules of broadcasting are challenged and redefined. This event is the only international conference that focuses specifically on the innovative programs produced by public as opposed to commercial broadcasters.
The International Public Television Screening Conference, or INPUT, was created to promote the exchange of television programs, ideas, and production techniques among broadcasters around the world. Its goal is to challenge and motivate producers to improve the quality of public service broadcasting worldwide.
No entry fee! To have your public media program (TV, film, web, interactive, etc.) considered for the INPUT 2012 conference in Sydney, submit it to United States INPUT Pre-selection by Friday, November 4, 2011.
For more information and a US INPUT entry form, visit www.usinput-tv.org. Please note that the US deadline is earlier than the international INPUT deadline.