Sharing Your Vision
UNC-TV enthusiastically works with creative, passionate independent producers and filmmakers from across North Carolina and our region. We proudly showcase independently-produced content across our multiple platforms, including UNC-TV, the Explorer Channel, North Carolina Channel, and Rootle, as well as unctv.org and our other digital media outlets.
If you are creating content that you'd like to share with UNC-TV's audience, please review the following guidelines.
Some Guidelines for Submissions
We are most interested in content directly related to UNC-TV's mission of educating, enlightening and inspiring our members and viewers across the state. Topics and areas of interest include:
- cooking/Southern foodways
- public affairs
Topics or types of programming we are unable to review include advocacy programs, commercial or promotional programs, and religious programs.
While UNC-TV receives many more submissions and proposals than we could possibly use across our platforms, all best efforts will be made to respond to inquiries within six weeks of submission date.
Please also note that UNC-TV does not currently have dedicated funding for the production of independent projects, or the staff capacity to help you raise funds.
Resources UNC-TV can offer include:
- in-kind production and post-production services
- letters of support
- broadcast or streaming on our platforms
Independent productions may be presented as series, standalone programs, or folded into some of our current productions, such as Reel South or North Carolina Weekend. UNC-TV also seeks digital content for unctv.org and our other digital platforms.
Thank you for your interest in collaborating with UNC-TV! We look forward to reviewing your materials.
UNC-TV & SDF NC Independents Listening Tour
As part of an extensive strategic review, UNC-TV partnered with the Southern Documentary Fund to organize, promote, and moderate a series of meetings with independent media makers from around North Carolina. Four meetings took place in Raleigh, Winston-Salem, Charlotte, and Wilmington during the fall of 2014 and winter of 2015. Click to view the report of these conversations.