NPACT advocates for the advancement of nonfiction production; serves as the voice of nonfiction producers to content partners, the press, and government agencies; and provides resources and information to help improve business conditions and profitability.
Who is NPACT?
NPACT is the trade association for nonfiction production companies doing business in the U.S. Its members are comprised of production companies of all sizes, as well as allied services companies.
What does NPACT do?
NPACT unifies, educates and advocates for the nonfiction production industry.
When was NPACT founded?
NPACT was formed in 2017 through the merging of the Nonfiction Producers Association (NPA) and PactUS -- the two major trade organizations formed to serve the producers of non-fiction entertainment content in the U.S.
"The bond NPACT has created amongst our member companies, as we share information and best practices, is critical to our success as individual companies."
– Jon Murray, Bunim/Murray Productions
"NPACT for me formalizes the opportunity for us, as producers, to be the authors of our own destiny and lay the groundwork for future producers to enjoy this great industry."
– Brent Montgomery, Wheelhouse Entertainment
"NPACT has been a crucial vehicle that allows us to hold our buyers to account anonymously and with the weight of 100 of the industry’s top production companies behind us. We’ve found NPACT to be an indispensable platform to represent the interests of independent production companies to the behemoths we produce for."
– Eli Holzman, Sony Pictures Television-Nonfiction
NPACT accomplishes its mission by:
Cultivating a balanced relationship among producers and content partners;
Establishing and promoting best practices in nonfiction production;
Fostering and mentoring the next generation of nonfiction production leaders;
Increasing diversity through our Opportunity Initiative;
Ensuring that NPACT and nonfiction producers have a seat at the table on national, state and local issues affecting production;
Providing forums for shared information;
Obtaining discounts on products and services for members.