40 Alumni Who Shape the Entertainment and Communications Industry
Today the Roy H. Park School of Communications houses more than 1,500 students, but its beginnings date back to 1931 when the first radio course was taught. In 1973, the School of Communications was founded, later named after Roy H. Park.
To celebrate our 40th anniversary as a School of Communications, the college has published a list of
40 Alumni Who Help Shape the Communications and Entertainment Industry.
A sample of the list makers include:
- Disney CEO Bob Iger
- ABC News anchor David Muir
- General Manager of TLC Nancy Daniels
- NBC New York sports anchor Bruce Beck
- Actor David Boreanaz
- Producer/writer/director Bill D’Elia
- Filmmaker Mark Romanek
To view the full list, click on the photo gallery below or download the text version.
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