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Roy H. Park School of Communications




Longtime ABC News correspondent Bill Diehl '63 interviewed singer-songwriter-pianistTony DeSare '98 on February 16, 2009. Tony was appearing at the Algonquin Hotel's famed Oak Room, in a show he called "Mercer, Moon River, and Me." The appearance was a kick-off for DeSare's tour promoting his new album, "Radio Show." The tour will take the popular performer across the...

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Documentary students create films in Korea.

Assistant professor of cinema and photography Changhee Chun took students to Seoul, South Korea, last summer for a course in cross-cultural documentation and research (also attended by students from host Hanyang University); it resulted in four short films on a variety of subjects, which were screened in Park Hall during the...

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Park Design House gives students professional marketing experience — agita and all. by Chelsea Theis ’08

It started with a question: “How can we get real-life design experience for interested students?” The answer: Park Design House — a collaborative project between the Park School of Communications and the Office of Marketing Communications,...

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ICTV celebrates its first half century in style.

Did you know that Ithaca College Television is the oldest student-run television station in the world? That’s quite a distinction. The station officially began on March 3, 1958, and in the 50 years since then it has been home to hundreds of Ithaca College students producing and staffing news and entertainment shows.

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