Here Come the Professionals

They came from Fortune magazine and “60 Minutes,” National Geographic and Nexstar Broadcasting, the Greensboro newspaper and a Raleigh public relations agency.

Each semester, we welcome members of the School of Communications Advisory Board. They speak in classes, visit with students and faculty, and guide us on ways to become an even better School.

Six new Advisory Board members joined us today: Nina Easton, Washington bureau chief of Fortune magazine; Michael Radutzky, senior producer with CBS’s “60 Minutes”; Stavros Hilaris, chief technology officer of National Geographic Global Media; Rick Rogala, senior VP of Nexstar Broadcasting; Allen Johnson, editorial page editor of the Greensboro News & Record; and Ann Camden, senior VP of Gibbs & Soell in Raleigh.

Overall, the 14 Advisory Board members who spent today on campus spoke in classes about the new media economy — how social networking, online video and new distribution models are impacting their work and their organizations.

Our students love it. And we appreciate the professionals making the day at Elon so memorable for our students.

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