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Storytelling and technology will intersect once again at POV Hackathon 7 (New York City - Nov 8-9, 2014)

   
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POV Hackathon is a weekend laboratory that since 2012 has provided matchmaking and mentorship for visionary nonfiction media makers and inventive technologists as they create prototypes that re-invent the documentary for the web.

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The PBS documentary series POV is seeking independent nonfiction films for broadcast in 2015 and beyond.
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