Press Releases

Former U.S. Senator Bob Bennett, Arun Chaudhary and P.J. Crowley Become Fellows

September 13, 2011
Former U.S. Senator Bob Bennett, former White House videographer Arun Chaudhary and P.J. Crowley, former assistant secretary of state for public affairs, will join the George Washington University's School of Media and Public Affairs (SMPA) as fellows.

Profs. Phalen and Ducey To Undertake Study of Video Screens and Formats

February 22, 2011
The Council for Research Excellence announced that it has selected research and advisory firm BIA/Kelsey to handle its latest project – a comprehensive effort to review research that is currently available about the user experience on multiple video platforms.

Planet Forward Accepting Videos to Air on PBS

February 03, 2011
Planet Forward, a project of the Center for Innovative Media at The George Washington University, is now in the final stage of accepting video submissions for story ideas to be included in its upcoming PBS television special airing nationally on April 8, as part of PBS Earth Day programming.

GW to Host Five Former White House Press Secretaries

January 20, 2011
Five former White House press secretaries – Ari Fleischer, Joe Lockhart, Mike McCurry, Dee Dee Myers and Dana Perino – will sit down with George Washington University's School of Media and Public Affairs Director Frank Sesno.

Kerric Harvey Joins SMPA

December 10, 2010
Dr. Kerric Harvey, recently appointed Associate Director of the Center for Innovative Media (CIM) at the School of Media and Public Affairs, will contribute original research and represent CIM at conferences around the world.

Planet Forward Powers New Energy Blog Hosted by NationalGeographic.com

November 11, 2010
The Energy Blog, launching this week on NationalGeographic.com in partnership with Planet Forward, a multimedia project housed at The George Washington University, challenges all who care about the future of energy to take the next step in the conversation.

Prime Movers Project Partners With White House Correspondents

November 04, 2010
The George Washington University's Prime Movers Media (PMM) Program, Washington, D.C.'s only high school journalist mentoring program, has formed a new partnership with the White House Correspondents' Association.

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