The Center for Media & Social Impact, based at American University's School of Communication in Washington, D.C., is an innovation lab and research center that creates, studies, and showcases media for social impact.
Breaking The Silence: How Documentaries Can Shape the Conversation on Racial Violence in America and Create New Communities
Digital Power 2020: Webinar Series on strategic digital communications to enable documentary impact campaigns to thrive.
Comedy for Racial Justice in The Climate Crisis
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What's on the horizon.
Measuring media that matters.
Public, educational and governmental (PEG) cable channels are essential, and not just in a crisis.
As a stopgap measure, the AFI Docs festival in Washington, DC was remarkably satisfying. The technology largely worked; most Zoom participants remembered to mute/unmute; the ticketing was efficient;...
We, the team at the Center for Media & Social Impact at American University’s School of Communication, express our deep sorrow and unequivocal outrage in response to the murders of George...
This Monday join us for #DigitalPower2020 - we're talking using narrative power with Shanelle Matthews! Register he https://t.co/vF5gfDTXli
RT @multitudefilms: New @CMSImpact study about @jackieolive's Always in Season (@Always_InSeason) reveals that documentaries are seen as a
RT @IDAorg: Don't miss last week's essential doc reads, including @CMSImpact's timely study on docs and shaping conversations around racial
RT @CatyBC: Catch the replay of today's #DigitalPower masterclass series to build documentary social justice power. We learned a ton from @
What a wonderful conversation with @missbreton moderated by @SarahMosses and @CatyBC! Big thank you to the speakers https://t.co/5y6GGiSzjE
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