Updated November 24, 2009
Guidelines and Instructions
1. By far the most important thing to note about this list is that it
refers to ONLY radio-related FELLOWSHIPS and GRANTS.
2. By its very nature, it is often hard to determine where to draw the
line as to what to include in the list and what to exclude. If the
agency in question specifically states that they give a
fellowship/grant either generally to 'broadcast media' or specifically
to radio projects, we have included it. If the agency contacted stated
it does not give fellowships/
not included in this list.
3. For the most part, these are domestic U. S. fellowships and grants,
although we have included some key foreign ones as well. Also, because
the territory we cover is so vast, there are many local or regional
fellowships and grants we haven't included. If you know of others,
please tell us.
4. The dates for "Deadline" should be used in a general sense. To
confirm the official deadlines and complete rules for any of the
there are so many agencies with different application and fellowship
calendars, these dates sometimes refer to the current official
deadline, but they might refer to last year's deadline. This list
should be used for general planning purposes only! OFFICIAL DATES MUST
BE CONFIRMED WITH THE AGENCY ITSELF!
5. This is a work-in-progress. We have tried to be as inclusive and
accurate as possible, but with this much data, changes occur all the
time. Please use our Fellowships Directory Update Form to send errors,
corrections, omissions and suggestions. Also, the vast majority of
these fellowships and grants are honorable and respectable, but if any
of the agencies seem to be a bit shady or disreputable, let us know of
your experiences with them.
6. If you win a fellowship or grant -- from this list or elsewhere --
please let us know: airspace@airmedia.
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George Lessard http://mediamentor.ca
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