Digital Media Advisory Council (DMAC)

The PBS Station Digital Media Advisory Council (DMAC) is comprised of a group of key leaders within the public television system. Its members act as advocates for stations and collaborate with PBS Digital to ensure that stations' needs are met and priorities considered as PBS Digital delivers products and services to the system.

DMAC members actively participate in soliciting and sharing station feedback and assisting with general outreach within the system. Feedback and outreach activities include participating in PBS Digital professional development events; providing feedback on draft communications; actively participating on the PBS Digital Station's blog and participating in other mentoring activities involving stations.

View the Digital Media Advisory Council Charter.

Digital Media Advisory Council

Hear From The DMAC

The Station Video Portal Gets an Upgrade (Updated)

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Connect with the DMAC at TechCon '18

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Let Us Solve Your Biggest Digital Challenges

Posted by Ami Kim on

Digital Voltage Amps Up Atlanta

Last Updated by Andrew MacCartney | VP of Education and Digital Media | GPB on

A Conversation with Colleen and Larry: The Value of TechCon

Posted by Colleen Wilson | Executive Director | KQED, Larry Rohrer | Director of Content | SDPB on

Station Products and Innovation Team

The Station Products & Innovation Team collaborates with stations in the development of products and services that enable stations to better engage with their audience.

One of the main station groups the SPI Team works with to develop ways to help stations is the Digital Media Advisory Council

 

If you have any suggestions for improving our services, please feel free to contact us. The quickest way to reach us for general questions is by emailing spi@pbs.org