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Newhouse alumna Lauren Ober G’03 will host national NPR program image description

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Ad exec, author and entrepreneur Richard Kirshenbaum '83 says do what you love and it's not work image description

'One of the greatest crimes is being boring.'

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Panel discussion will look at the ways brands can use Snapchat to create content, engage users image description

‘Share of voice’ project provides glimpse behind the curtain of social media data in election coverage image description

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National Geographic reporter and editor gives journalism advice: slow down image description


Alumna @OberandOut G'03 will host national NPR show @hearbiglisten beginning Oct. 6 - congrats! #NewhouseNetwork

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New study reveals branded content is twice as memorable as display ads image description

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Photojournalist Reza will discuss his humanitarian work, present images from “Exile Voices,” Oct. 5 image description


Alums Jim Morris ’77, G’78, Meg LeFauve ’87 & Meredith Roberts ’88 will talk "Inside Out" at LA event tomorrow:

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Dialogue will examine the roles of media, law and politics in the Syrian conflict image description

“Running for Cover: Politics, Justice and Media in the Syrian Conflict” will be held Oct. 6 at the Newhouse School

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Lineup announced for 14th annual Human Rights Film Festival image description

Future of radio and digital audio platforms the topic of Newhouse School’s annual Radio and Audio Summit image description

The Oct. 7 event, held in New York City, will be streamed live on WERW


RT @NewhouseNYC: .@NewhouseMag major @MarlenaAhearn shares the 6 best pieces of advice she learned from @Allure_magazine's @GManago: https:…

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Donor Howard Woolley '80 'a great believer' in education, young people image description

Newhouse grad spent two decades as an executive in the wireless industry