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We are trained in the art and science of storytelling for social impact. We know it’s possible to gain critical acclaim, loyal audiences, and achieve social outcomes — because it’s what we do. We develop and produce original content designed to both entertain and address contemporary social issues, including women & girls’ empowerment, reproductive health, and environmental sustainability.

PMC Launches a New Podcast

The State Of: Women features stand-up comedian Gina Brillon and journalist Kimberly Brooks as the hosts of a weekly podcast series that explores how SOME of the 50 states champion women’s rights while others DON’T.
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East Los High

East Los High is a six-time Emmy Award™ nominated series. It was produced in association with Wise Entertainment as a Hulu original series. Rising to be one of the top five Hulu shows in the first month of broadcast, it has also been featured in publications such as the American Journal of Public Health for its positive impact on issues like adolescent sexual and reproductive health.

Impact from PMC’s East Los High

Crossing The Line

This dynamic and timely 10-episode podcast series chronicles the fight for abortion access. The series accompanies women, non-binary people, doctors, doulas, and advocates who traverse state lines, the law, and numerous barriers to providing or accessing safe abortion.
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The State Of: Women

Stand-up comedian Gina Brillon and journalist Kimberly Brooks host The State Of: Women, a weekly podcast series that explores how some of the 50 states champion women’s rights while others don’t. The series includes lively and solution-oriented conversation as the hosts share personal stories and examine the differences in gender equity state-by-state, illuminating inequalities in policy and practice and how to take action to drive change.
Cover art for The State of: Women. Illustration includes a graphic of the Statue of Liberty laying across a map of North America and the text "The State of: Women"

Project Dawn

When a passionate, overextended Philly public defender sets out to protect street-based sex workers in the neighborhood where she grew up, she partners up with a tough-minded female prosecutor to battle against a broken judicial system and create a groundbreaking new court that redefines sex work and justice. Inspired by true events and written by Guggenheim-award winning playwright Karen Hartman, based upon her play of the same name. PMC is currently seeking industry partners for Project Dawn.
Author Karen Hartman

Social Impact Entertainment

We’re proud to be part of the Social Impact Entertainment sphere, prioritizing commercially viable content across platforms for mainstream consumption while incorporating social impact campaigns with partners to increase awareness and drive measurable change.
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