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Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB)
05/24/22 5:00 PM Eastern Time
Grants to USA non-commercial educational public radio stations to provide quality public service programming to their communities. Funding is intended for stations to expand the scope and quality of services to local communities. Grants must be used by station recipients for programming expenses and general station operations. Approximately 25 percent of the CSG must be used exclusively for the acquisition, production, promotion, and/or distribution of national programming.
Priority status will be given to eligible Sole Service applicants, eligible Minority Audience Service Station applicants, and applicants providing the first public radio service in their coverage area. CPB will accept a limited number of stations into the Radio CSG Program during CPB’s FY 2023 grant year, contingent upon receipt of its federal appropriation at its current level and based on current radio CSG policy.
Unrestricted CSG expenditures must fall into one of the following seven categories, which include salaries and benefits for personnel engaged in those activities.
For more details about unrestricted CSG expenditures, see:
Expenditures from the restricted portion of the CSG must fall into one of the following four categories:
GrantWatch ID#: 131984
All FY 2022 CSG funds that are not expended by September 30, 2023, must be returned to CPB on or before November 3, 2023.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Direct questions and submit applications to the Director, Radio CSG Policy & Administration at CSG@cpb.org.
Corporation for Public Broadcasting
401 9th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20004-2129
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