CBC Radio’s Doc Mentorship Program is open for another round of applications.
Experienced audio freelancers are invited to submit a pitch to the program by November 20th, 2021. All work must be completed by March 2022.
The program, which is also open to all CBC employees, is accepting applications for three different mentorships: the Doc Mentorship program, The Current’s Advanced Doc Maker program and the Emerging Indigenous Doc Maker program.
The program pairs up documentary makers with experienced CBC producers who provide guidance and mentorship through the process of making a radio documentary. Mentors are happy to provide feedback on pitches before the formal application process, so applicants are advised to contact the mentor they wish to work with before they apply.
This year, applications must include details about how your project will comply with CBC’s Covid field recording guidelines (details on that are in a document included in the application form).
You can find more details about the Doc Mentorship Program and how to apply, on the Doc Makers website. If you have any questions about the program, you can email email@example.com.
And for information about CBC rates and contracts, check out this page on the CMG Freelance website.
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