The Community Broadcasting Foundation (CBF) have just opened applications for the second round of their Content Grants for 2018.
The CBF is a non-profit funding agency that seeks, secure and distributes funding to support the development, creativity and sustainability of community broadcasting in Australia.
CBF Content Grants are a great way to fund your latest and greatest TV concept, with programs such as Under The Milky Way, Death of an Axolotl and Project 1 Million (a Community Builder initiative) all created with the support of CBF funding.
For TV-related grant applications, you will need to find an approved organisation to auspice it for you. C31 offers these services, alongside guaranteed broadcast, and encourages producers to submit content proposals that align with the stations current programming and content strategy.
For more info, please contact the Programming Team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that program proposals must be submitted prior to the 13th of August to be considered for auspicing during round two of the 2018 CBF Content Grants. You can find out more about creating a program proposal for C31 here.
For more information on the grant application process, and the specifics of what the CBF are looking for, you can visit their website here.