* Vision Maker Media Announces 2014-2015 Public Media Content Fund Awards
* Vision Maker Media is Hiring!
* Congratulations Rebekka Schlichting
* Funding, Job, and Training Opportunities

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The conference was a hit. This was the first time I attended the National Native Media Conference and I was excited to see what Native people are doing across the country to bring news from Indian Country. The first day of the conference, Vision Maker Media-funded producers and staff had their own session to discuss the challenges to producers of content for public television. Some of the topics discussed were deliverables for public television, using social media to engage audiences, and VMM's commitment to serving the needs of Native Communities.

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The theme of the conference was “Going Tra-Digital,” and boy did we ever. Go Tra-digital, I mean. Held in the heart of Silicone Valley, just down the road from Google’s worldwide headquarters, Apple Computers and Stanford University, you could feel millions and millions of bytes being tossed about all around you. 

Vision Maker Media is pleased to announce support for thirteen new projects for production, new media, and acquisition.

Hand Game
Columbus Day Legacy
Finding Refuge

The Oneida Speak

It's easy to access all of the tools to meet the needs of your station's channels and website.

Navajo Math Circles follows Navajo students in a lively collaboration with mathematicians.

Urban Rez explores the controversial legacy and modern-day repercussions of the Urban Relocation Program (1952-1973).
Join more than 300 Native journalists, media professionals and tribal community representatives from across the country!




Native stories that represent the cultures, experiences, and values of American Indians and Alaska Natives for your station!


Current funding, job, and training opportunities that support the production of Native content. Plus, additional information for filmmakers.


Hands-on educational tools for middle school to college-aged students that increase the Impact of Native films in the classroom.