The Digital Immersion Project, developed by PBS Digital with support from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, is a unique opportunity that mixes in-depth training, hands-on workshops, and collaborative mentorship to improve overall expertise in digital strategies and tactics.

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Thanks to continued support from CPB and a first round of station successes, PBS is excited to announce the Digital Immersion Project is sponsoring 50 station digital personnel in 2018! These partners will participate in one of three different immersive learning experiences, called Immersion Collectives.

Digital Immersion Project Partners

Meet the class of 2018.

Updates from the Digital Immersion Project

PBS Hawai'i Grows Social Engagement with the Digital Immersion Project

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WGCU focuses on the value of digital with data

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KET Engages and Nurtures Online Audiences

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WMHT uses the Digital Measurement Model to create a digital series

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South Florida PBS uses cute turtles and new knowledge to boost social media presence

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In 2017, Tabitha Safdi from SCETV focused on building a station-wide Digital Strategic Team.



2017 Digital Immersion Partner Dale Fisher built a Digital Dashboard for his station, The Nine Network of Public Media in St. Louis, MO. 



Liberty Peralta from PBS Hawai'i used the Digital Immersion Project to grow social engagement strategy.



WETA's Nick Scalera reflects on the 2017 project and his time at TechCon.