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What does NBPC stand for?

NBPC stands for National Black Programming Consortium (est. 1979; New York, NY)

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In film and TV production, groups such as the National Black Programming Consortium (NBPC) help fund, produce and support independent projects that focus exclusively on African Americans and African Diaspora.
With a budget of nearly $600,000--funded by numerous organizations including Independent Television Service, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, National Black Programming Consortium, and additional support from individual investors such as Bill Cosby, Halle Berry, and Bette Midler--Lynch completed the film in four years, just in time for the 2004 presidential election.
They recently received a $5,000 grant from the National Black Programming Consortium as part of a contest with the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and Blackside, the producer of the lauded the 1980s PBS documentary "Eyes on the Prize," that chronicled the Civil Rights Movement in a 14-hour series.
Mable Haddock, executive director of the Columbus, Ohio-based National Black Programming Consortium (NBPC), frequently writes letters voicing her opinion.
Jeff DeJoseph, Vice Chairman and Chief Strategic Officer, Doremus Tracy Dolgin, Managing Director, Houlihan Lokey Howard Zukin, former President, Fox Sports Net, Moderator Session B: Urban Entertainment & Media Masters of the Universe: How to Define the Future Growth Opportunities of Music, Print, Television, Cable, Film, Radio, VOD, Broadband and the Internet Mable Haddock, President & CEO, National Black Programming Consortium (NBPC) E.
In addition to those mentioned above, KTCA has won several Midwest regional Emmy awards for Almanac and other local programs, a Gold Award for Excellence in Community Service Programming from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and a Prize Pieces Award from the National Black Programming Consortium.