WHRO Public Media
Long known for its public service mission, WHRO is the only public broadcasting station in the United States that is owned by a collaboration of 19 local public school districts. Through WHRO TV, WHRO FM, WHRV FM, its digital platforms and educational content delivered online to more than 286,000 students and 25,000 teachers, WHRO enriches the lives of the people of Eastern Virginia and Northeastern North Carolina every day. WHRO has been committed to excellence in public media. Today, WHRO's consumer base resides throughout Eastern Virginia and Northeastern North Carolina.
Sunday, May 20th, 4:00-6:00 pm
235 E Plume St, Norfolk, VA 23510
Community Engagement Room
Be part of WHRO Emerging Leaders Board next salon on modern motherhood.
You can showcase your experiences unique to millennial mothers.
Motherhood is evolutionary. As mother’s roles have changed, they are also more scrutinized than ever before. With cultural shifts, technology advances and endless information (sometimes conflicting) at our fingertips, it's important to celebrate mothers at every stage and in every role.
Please share your of modern motherhood that showcases the unique experiences unique to millennial mothers.
TELL YOUR MILLENNIAL MOTHERHOOD STORY.
All submissions must be stories, but they can be in any format (monologue, poem, etc.). Stories submitted should be related to the topic of millennial motherhood.
- Story must be original and true personal experiences
- Video and audio submissions may not exceed 5 minutes in length.
- ·Stories will be accepted at the discretion of WHRO Emerging Leaders Board.
- Selected submissions will be presented by the authors during our event on Sunday, May 20th during the Salon: WHRO Emerging Leaders Board presents:Emerging Talks: We got this: Stories of Modern Motherhood
- Submission deadline is Saturday, May 5, 2018.
- All entrants will be notified of the status of their submission by May 14, 2018.
Thank you for your interest in collaborating with WHRO.
WHRO is proud to showcase many hours of independently produced content across our multiple platforms, including WHRO TV, WHRO World, WHRO Create, WHRV 89.5 FM and WHRO 90.3 FM, AltRadio, The 1920s Network and WHRO.org. We are excited to work with innovative independent producers and filmmakers from our region and across Virginia.
Below you will find our online application, including a place to post your work sample and our submission release form. The information you provide will help us review your program or proposal.
WHRO receives many more submissions and proposals than we could possibly use across our platforms. However best efforts will be made to respond to all inquiries within six weeks of the submission date.
Please note that WHRO does not currently have dedicated funding for the production of independent projects, or the staff capacity to help you raise funds. Resources WHRO can offer include:
· in-kind production and post-production services
· letters of support
· broadcast or streaming on our platforms
We are most interested in content that is directly related to our mission of educating, enlightening, and inspiring our members, listeners and viewers across the state. Topics and areas of interest include:
· local and state history
· public affairs
· sea level rise
· diversity and race
Topics or types of programming we are not interested in include:
· advocacy programs
· commercial or promotional programs
· religious programs
Independent productions may be presented as series, stand- alone programs, or folded into some of our current productions, like Curate, Another View, or HearSay with Cathy Lewis. WHRO is also seeking digital content for whro.org and our other digital platforms.
We look forward to reviewing your materials.
Writer’s Block is a WHRV initiative that showcases local authors, story tellers, poets, musicians and spoken word artists presenting live for future broadcast and podcast. Artists are invited to submit their work for consideration. All work must include performer name, performance time, be free of profanity, and limited to 9 minutes in presentation. Hyperlinks to other works and blogs will not be accepted.
Help explore and expose the literary talent that thrives in Hampton Roads. Present at Writer’s Block.
Please note that the April 21st event is on the Eastern Shore at the Barrier Islands Center, 7295 Young St, Machipongo, VA 23405
The Writer’s Block is a live performance and taping featuring local writers, poets, and story tellers performing their work in front of a live audience for future broadcast and podcast by WHRV 89.5 FM public radio. The event also features a local host and a local musician; think of it as a Moth Hour/Acoustic Highway mash up. This May, we are excited to present an all student edition featuring works by local High School and Middle School students. Make sure you don’t miss this exciting event—submit your work today!
Students may submit multiple pieces for consideration. Pieces with profanity will not be considered.