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Making Movies that Change Lives by Center for Communication

With ​great​ storytelling and a marketing strategy to ​match​, documentaries and feature films can raise awareness of the most pressing issues ​of our time, ​and ​even ​initiate ​major​ change. Advocacy filmmakers share what drives ​them, ​how they get films with a call-to-action made. Erin Lee

The Future of Publishing is Audio – free lecture at TNS

With mobile allowing audiences to consume content on demand anywhere, anytime, audio storytelling is more popular than ever. The folks at the forefront of this revolution reveal how audio is transforming the publishing industry and creating new career opportunities. RSVP Here Molly Barton, Founder, Serial

Media Management 20th Anniversary Celebration

The social impact of media has been studied at The New School since its founding in 1919. The first college course to investigate the motion picture was offered here in 1926. Marshall McLuhan’s colleague John Culkin brought his Center for Understanding Media to The New

Women Transforming Media Event 09/28/17

On September, 28th The Advertising Production Club will be partnering with the Media Management Program to host the Women Transforming Media Event. Check out the amazing women that will be speaking on the panel below: Shelley Diamond, Chief Client Officer, Y&R Shelley Diamond is the

Faculty Brown Bag: Elizabeth Ellsworth 12/8

Please join us for this semester’s final Faculty Brown Bag Presentations featuring, Elizabeth Ellsworth, Media Studies Professor in Room D1618, 12/18/16 at 12:00p.m. Developing a new SMS course entitled: Living the Anthropocene: Media Objects, Practices, Ethics In this brown bag, she will share some of the