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FIPP Welcomes The New School As A Member Of The Network For Global Media

FIPP – the network for global media, is an industry association which represents content-rich companies and individuals involved in the creation, publishing or sharing of quality content to audiences of interest. At the 2019 FIPP World Congress, the FIPP Board approved The New School for a university membership. Our designated university liaison is Linda Saint Marc, Associate Professor of Professional Practice with the Media Management Program in the School of Media Studies. On the establishment of the relationship, Saint Marc remarked, “Being involved with FIPP as a C-suite media executive, I have experienced the powerful advantage membership offers for the building and expanding of brand businesses. Thanks to the FIPP Board, students and faculty across our university are now able to access industry insider knowledge and a community of media leaders worldwide. I look forward to working together with FIPP President and CEO, James Hewes on exciting opportunities for our organizations to collaborate and expand media education.”
FIPP exists to help its members develop better strategies and build better businesses by identifying and communicating emerging trends, sharing knowledge, and improving skills, worldwide. As FIPP community members, students and faculty of The New School not only receive access to a valuable portfolio of research, webinars, events and commercial services, but also become a member of our extensive network of more than 700 media companies from more than 60 countries. The network represents 6,000 leading media brands worldwide – across print, web, mobile, tablet and live events – providing the perfect opportunity to share best-practice and the latest emerging media trends. For details on member benefits, visit 
FIPP respects and supports:

  • Freedom of the press
  • Freedom of advertising
  • Freedom of distribution
  • The Intellectual Property rights of publishers, in any form
  • The development of industry ecological standards and protection of the environment

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