Co-Production Program Proposal Forms
KQED works with producers at various stages in the production process, from development to broadcast presentation. To start the dialogue, we ask all producers to submit the following form along with any proposals, treatments, or DVDs. KQED can not consider any project proposal without this form filled out in its entirety including the release letter signed and mailed to KQED.
The form is a downloadable Adobe Acrobat file (.pdf). If you don't already have the Adobe Acrobat Reader, download it here.
This form provides us with the overview of your program idea and clarifies what type of relationship you wish to pursue. All questions must be answered or your project can not be considered.
Many ideas, materials, and suggestions are not new and are substantially similar to ideas developed by our own staff or submitted by others. To avoid any misunderstanding, it is our policy to require the signing of a release before we consider any program materials or ideas.
If the terms of the release are satisfactory, please sign both copies and return one to us together with the project description form.
Send all materials, forms, release letter, and DVDs to:
2601 Mariposa Street
San Francisco, CA 94110
We apologize that we cannot guarantee return of materials.
Our evaluation process takes approximately four to eight weeks. Once your evaluation is completed, we will contact you about the status of your proposal via U.S. mail. Thank you for contacting KQED, and we look forward to reviewing your materials.
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