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Fall 2019 with the Center for Communication

The CenCom team is gearing up for a new season of engaging events, from summits and panel sessions to site visits that put you in the room with doers and decision makers—and help you blaze your own trail with a career in media and communications. See below for highlights, visit our site to view the full calendar and register to attend — and check out our slick new video


Making Movies That Matter

This fall, we’ve got two programs on documentary films and the people who make them. On Sept. 25 at LIU’s Kumble Theater, we’ll talk with four filmmakers about what drives their search for truth. And we’ll close out the year with a Dec. 4 conversation between pioneering producer Sheila Nevins and rising star Erin Lee Carr.


Tamron Hall, Bustle and More!

We kick things off Sept. 19 with the next in our On Location series—a trip to ABC Studios for a taping of the new Tamron Hall Show followed by visits to the NYC offices of media agency Digitas and lifestyle website Bustle. These student-only outings fill up fast, so be sure to register your interest early to claim a spot. Learn more.


The New Publishing Ecosystem

On Oct. 16, at SVA Theatre, we’ll hear from leading news innovators about how publishers and platforms are revitalizing the industry and creating new opportunities for aspiring journalists. And on Nov. 4, at The New School, top editors, savvy agents and dynamic booksellers share success strategies in the publishing world.


The New Brand Landscape

On Oct. 28, we’ll partner with The New School’s Parsons Executive Education and School of Media Studies for a discussion on how brands are extending themselves across media—and industries. And on Nov. 13, we’ll explore how more and more brands are taking a stance on issues and causes and catering to the public interest.


Honoring Disney’s Rita Ferro

Rita Ferro, President of Disney Advertising Sales, will be honored at our annual luncheon gala on Oct. 23 as this year’s winner of the Frank Stanton Award for Excellence in Communication, named for former CBS president, and Center for Communication founder, Dr. Frank Stanton. Learn more.

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