Video is society's new engine of communication. To be successful in our new digital age, businesses need to understand how people use video, what they use it for and where their product or service can be integrated into the steam of American civic life. Our company programs attract and inspire the next generation of young skilled media professionals and a host of opportunities for peer learning and new product development that grows your business.
The current moment marks a time of great possibility and technological, economic and educational opportunity for our youth, our businesses and for our communities. US businesses are facing increasingly higher levels of competition between brands and have a new generation of learners, thought leaders, youth talent and future potential customers with different expectations from generations past. They need to interact authentically within passionate and engaged communities to win customers over - not for a quarter or for a campaign but for a lifetime.
' Informing and Entertaining The Public '
The nation's Media & Entertainment Sector is the largest M&E market in the world and will be worth $771 billion by 2019. Job growth in this field is expected to grow faster than average (13 - 15%) and in part because of rapidly emerging new technologies and new content delivery methods like
We provide our members with a host of opportunities for collaborating with work-ready youth talent, artists, educators, potential future customers, local corporations, community organizations, non-profits, government officials and cutting edge 21st century education and entertainment to grow your business.
Our Team has identified five key implementation levers for the US Media & Entertainment Sector.
9-12 Career Technology Programs
Career Information & Advising Systems
Intermediaries & Partnerships
Advocacy and State Policies
Network members partner with our Film Media Literacy Education Consortium of providers for a minimum of three years, with fees ranging from $100,000 to $120,000 depending on how the member decides to structure its commitment.
As an initial step, corporate sponsors interested in network membership may sponsor a six-month pilot training program at a cost of $25,000 or just join us with a basic membership fee of $3,500.
We provide the consultation services needed to develop the concept for the project in collaboration,
the initial curriculum ideation, curriculum concept development and curriculum concept presentation.
We develop your team - students, interns and mentors, teach the curriculum workshops and design, develop and prepare the project's construction and revisions then sprint and launch your media project.
We're a non-profit organization that accept tax deductible contributions.
Phone: (347) 356-8431
In a sophisticated cooperative working
strategy and shared
vision we operate
at scale and equitably
to build and maintain Media Industry
youth talent pipelines
for US businesses.