PMC in the News

Check out PMC, its projects, or its people in the news. We're pleased to share a few samples of coverage by various news outlets.


July 27, 2007

Interview with Bill Ryerson by Tom Keefe

July 27, 2007 — Tom is a member of the International Association of Business Communicators and serves as Enterprise Communication Manager of VW Credit, Inc.

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March 29, 2007

1st Global Health Communicators Newsletter is Out! Features PMC’s Work!

March 29, 2007 — The link in the email below will take you to the Global Health Council’s newsletter for communications professionals. There is a story there about PMC’s work in Sudan. There is a link in the story to a detailed report on the Sudan project. I...

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February 25, 2007

PMC’s program in the Philippines featured in a chapter of the German published book, “A Forum for General and Intercultural Business Communication”

February 25, 2007 — PMC’s program in the Philippines was featured in Michael B. Hinner’s book, A Forum for General and Intercultural Business Communication, Freiberger Beitrage Zur Interkulturellen Und Wirtschaftskommunikation, Frankfurt am Main, Germany: Peter Lang GmbH. Download the full chapter:

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February 7, 2007

The Danish International Development Agency (DANIDA) Grants $770,000 for a Three Year Social Content Radio Serial Drama in Vietnam

February 7, 2007 — Hanoi, Vietnam – The Danish International Development Agency (DANIDA) in co-operation with the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) has announced that it will provide $770,000 for a three-year, social content radio serial drama project in Vietnam. The drama will be created using the Sabido...

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January 22, 2007

Save the Children Norway Grants $2.4 Million to Population Media Center for a Four Year Social Content Radio Serial Drama in Ethiopia

January 22, 2007 — Addis Ababa, Ethiopia – Save the Children Norway, with funds from the Norwegian government, has announced that it will provide Population Media Center (PMC) with $2.4 million for a four-year, social content radio serial drama project in Ethiopia. The drama will be created using...

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January 1, 2007

Chapter on PMC’s program in Sudan included in the spanish language book “Investigación y Desarrollo” (“Investigation and Development”)

January 1, 2007 — The following chapter titled “With an Antenna We Can Stop the Practice of Female Genital Cutting: A Paticipatory Assessment of Ashreat Al Amal, an Entertainment-Education Radio Soap Opera in Sudan” was included in the spanish lanuage book “Investigación y Desarrollo.” Ashreat Al Amal (“Sails...

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June 15, 2006

Changemakers Awards PMC One of Three Prizes in Online Contest

June 15, 2006 — Shelburne, Vermont, USA – June, 2005 – Population Media Center won one of three prizes in an online contest held by Changemakers calling for the best programs in combating trafficking in persons. The contest was held by the Ashoka Foundation through its website initiative...

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June 13, 2006

William Ryerson, President of Population Media Center, Awarded the Nafis Sadik Prize for Courage in Copenhagen, Denmark

June 13, 2006 — On June 13th 2006 William Ryerson, President of the Population Media Center (PMC) received the Nafis Sadik Prize for Courage at the Annual General Meeting of the Rotarian Action Group on Population and Development in Copenhagen, Denmark.

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April 3, 2006

“Can Soap Operas Save Lives?” – PMC Featured in Ode Magazine

April 3, 2006 — Ode Magazine Issue 32 By Kim Ridley Steamy tales of sex, betrayal and suspense can carry important social messages Young and poor, Fikirte is in many ways Ethiopia’s Everywoman. Her life takes a turn for the worse when she meets Damtew, who is so...

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August 21, 2005

“LOWERING THE BOOM: POPULATION ACTIVIST BILL RYERSON IS SAVING THE WORLD – ONE ‘SOAP’ AT A TIME”

August 21, 2005 — By Pamela Polston, Seven Days Western women of a certain age often talk about their “biological clock” – the physical imperative to bear children before it’s too late. But for Mother Earth, that clock is ticking for quite the opposite reason: She has too...

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