Climate communication is more critical than ever before: we need the best storytelling to reach its full potential and hit the audiences that matter. Born of this conviction, The Climate Story Lab will catalyze the most urgent and compelling media projects being made in America right now.

Under the U.S. copyright law, fair use is the right, in some circumstances, to quote copyrighted material without asking permission or paying for it. With last year's DMCA exemption, filmmakers may continue to use ripped images without fear of liability.

To the young aspiring filmmakers who want to send a powerful message: the UW Climate Change Video Contest is for you. The School of Environmental and Forest Sciences (SEFS) and UW EarthLab wants you to answer the prompt:

Every year, producers from across the globe come together in a different country to screen and discuss programs at INPUT.

The Alliance for Women in Media Foundation and the Ford Motor Company Fund are teaming together to honor students telling the stories of women empowering others.

The Alliance for Women in Media Foundation (AWMF) and Ford Motor Company Fund are looking for two promising female undergraduate or graduate students to provide future journalistic content for AWM. The “Emerging Voices” Scholarship program consists of two scholarships.

The AWMF/NCTA- The Internet and Television Association Scholarship allows a deserving female communications/media undergraduate or graduate student to create an original piece (essay, digital short, video, animation or other concept chosen by the student) that will be featured in NCTA and AWMF me

The Loreen Arbus Foundation and the Alliance for Women in Media Scholarship provides a deserving female communications/media undergraduate or graduate student with a scholarship to their educational institution for $2,500 and a ticket to attend the Gracie Awards Luncheon June 26, 2019, in New Yor

The American Indian College Fund provides scholarships to American Indian and Alaska Native college students seeking under- graduate and graduate degrees at: – Tribal colleges & universities – All nonprofit & accredited schools.

A pre-release version of Owóksape ("place of learning" in Lakota) will be available in October.

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