THE MEDIA POLICY CENTER:

The Media Policy Center is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization founded in 2003 by producer/directors Harry Wiland and Dale Bell, whose individual projects have won an Academy Award, five Emmys, a Peabody, two Christopher Awards, and two Cine Golden Eagles, among numerous other accolades. MPC strives to inform, challenge, and ultimately engage a responsive citizenry and to encourage full and meaningful engagement across the political, social, and economic spectrum. MPC has been honored by the Ashoka Fellowship of entrepreneurs as the only business partnership among its 3,500 global members and the only professional media group.

 

MPC STRIVES TO INFORM, CHALLENGE, AND ULTIMATELY ENGAGE A RESPONSIVE CITIZENRY AND TO ENCOURAGE FULL AND MEANINGFUL ENGAGEMENT ACROSS THE POLITICAL, SOCIAL, AND ECONOMIC SPECTRUM.

 

Media Policy Center’s award-winning television and new media productions empower audiences to build and improve their communities. MPC provides the online support and outreach tools to foster change. From environmental sustainability and health care to social justice and education, MPC is dedicated to leveraging media for positive social change.

“We work towards positive social change by using our media skills to create televised and coordinated multi-media projects that are meant to empower those members of our society who seek to improve their lives and their communities.” Harry Wiland and Dale Bell, MPC Co-Founders 

The intellectual (and video) capital we create in digital media for any project or subject is dynamic and organic, ever evolving into new platforms: from video, we derive transcripts from which interactive websites, books, digital libraries of shorter modules, educational curricula, and localized issue-based town hall meetings are lated produced.