Art on Public Media 'Anywhere and Anytime' - but on a flat budget
By Adam Powell | February 22, 2013
WASHINGTON - The future of arts and culture on public media was the focus of a CCLP roundtable here on Wednesday, featuring leaders in broadcasting, on line and mobile media.
The challenge, summarized by Alyce Myatt of the National Endowment for the Arts, is to present more culture from more artists on more platforms - “anywhere and anytime” - at a time when resources are not increasing.
Click the following link for Myatt’s report: Alyce Myatt presentation.pdf
In addition to traditional television, radio, film and theater programs, Myatt said NEA is now funding “web-only” work, projects for tablets and cell phones, and interactive games.
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