Public Media Platform

Description

The Public Media Platform is a cross-media distribution system for digital content (audio, video, stories, and images). You can use it both to bring additional public media produced content to your site, and to expand the reach of your content to external web and mobile destinations.

The PMP was founded by a collaboration of APM, NPR, PBS, PRI and PRX, with the goal of bringing public media content to a wider audience. It contains more than 300K pieces of digital content from our founding partners, and is growing every day. For more information on what’s available, feel free to search the PMP.

Built by the INN Nerds.

Current plugin features:

  • Search Find available content via filters and full-text search
  • Saved Searches The ability to save a search for later
  • Pull Create draft or published Posts from any PMP search result
  • Automated Pull Publish PMP content automatically while you’re away
  • Images Set featured images from PMP content metadata
  • Audio Embed audio players when available for PMP content
  • Push Send a Post to the PMP for further distribution
  • Permissions Restrict distribution of your content to a whitelist of PMP users

In the works:

  • Video Embed video players for PMP content
  • And More Keep checking the Github project for upcoming features and fixes.

Screenshots

Installation

  1. Register for your PMP account at https://support.pmp.io/register
  2. Install the Public Media Platform plugin via the WordPress.org plugin directory
  3. Activate the plugin
  4. Navigate to the Admin -> Public Media Platform -> Settings page
  5. Enter your PMP Credentials
  6. Away you go!

For more information on plugin setup and usage, see the PMP-Wordpress Github project.

For information on the PMP in general, head to support.pmp.io.

FAQ

Where can I learn more about the plugin’s functionality?

See the documentation on Github.

Contributors & Developers

“Public Media Platform” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

Changelog

0.2.10

  • version number bump to fix the wordpress.org plugin listing

0.2.9

  • Allow user to set multiple groups for a story or document

0.2.8

  • Better support for attachment media (push/pull for multiple images and audio files)
  • Fix bug with saved-searches missing content
  • Fix bug with images not showing up consistently

0.2.7

  • Query interface enhancements
  • Stay on search page when pulling content
  • Ability to use PMP push-notifications

0.2.6

  • Fix a bug causing duplicate saved-searches

0.2.5

  • Fixes for saved search labeling and duplication
  • Non-uncategorized saved searches
  • Ability to unset group/series/property on a Post
  • More mega-box

0.2.4

  • Saved searches!
  • Categories for saved searches
  • PMP Content meta box
  • Fix image crops for pushed Posts
  • Prevent pulling duplicate PMP stories

0.2.3

  • Better styling on the edit post page
  • Fix hook priority conflicts with other plugins

0.2.2

  • Make deploys to the official WordPress.org plugin repo to work more better

0.2.1

  • Ability to build non-PHAR version of the plugin (use composer to install dependencies)
  • Makefile for helping to run unit tests

0.2.0

  • Group and permissions administration page
  • Series administration page
  • Property management page
  • Ability to push posts and featured images to PMP

0.1.0

Initial release including pull functionality.