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The Media Program coordinates with students, alumni and affiliates to offer a variety of events. Some are open to current students or alumni only, while others are open to the public.

Affiliate Events

The Media Program works closely with other research centers and groups on media related events.

Reaching Consumers "On the Go"

What does it mean for the brands that want to reach consumers "on the go?" Is it about the screen? The timing? The message? Watch the video to hear from people behind brands including Better Homes and Gardens and

Brite Conference >
A global series of conferences and workshops bringing together big thinkers from business, technology, media, and marketing to discuss issues on branding, innovation, and technology.

Columbia Institute for Tele-Information (CITI) >
Research center focused on issues in telecommunications, computing and electronic mass media.

Silfen Leadership Series >
Speaker series attracting renowned business leaders from around the world to provide a forum for students to exchange thoughts and ideas with the most important people in business today.



October 27, 2014

Mentoring breakfast with Stephen Richard '00, SVP, Business Development and Operations, Global Merchandising Group, National Basketball Association (by invitation only)


November 5, 2014

New York City Media Seminar Series: Nicholas Economides (NYU)

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November 6, 2014

Chet Kanojia, CEO, Aereo (by invitation only)


November 10, 2014

Doug Holloway '78, President – Multichannel Distribution, ION Media (by invitation only)


November 12, 2014

Mentoring breakfast with Chantal Restivo-Alessi '93, Chief Digital Officer, HarperCollins Publishers (by invitation only)

Featured Media

John Skipper, President, ESPN & Co-Chairman, Disney Media Networks, shares his insights into how to succeed in the media business.

NYC Media Seminars

Linking economists working on media topics in the greater New York area by providing a regular forum for discussion.

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Featured Blog

Movie Piracy & Innovation Studios have long claimed that piracy "kills" innovation, which will ultimately hurt consumers. A new paper may suggest otherwise.

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