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.


April 28, 2005

PMC is Featured in Ms. Magazine, “Soap Operas are Changing Lives – For the Better!”

April 28, 2005 — PMC was featured in the Spring 2005 edition of Ms. Magazine. Read the full article, “Soap Operas are Changing Lives – For the Better!”

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June 19, 2004

“PMC-Ethiopia’s Two Radio Serial Dramas Are Causing Great Behavior Change”

June 19, 2004 — Ethiopian Reporter June 16, 2004 Mr. William Ryerson, founder and President of PMC, has a 30-year history of working in the field of reproductive health, including 15 years of experience in adopting the Sabido Methodology for behavior change communication to various cultural settings worldwide....

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November 30, 2003

USAID Supports New $1.3 million PMC Radio Drama Project Tackling Child Exploitation in Mali, Burkina Faso, and Ivory Coast

November 30, 2003 — OneWorld Shelburne, Vermont, USA- In response to problems related to the exploitation of children in western Africa, Population Media Center (PMC) is launching a new behavior change communication project that will support the protection of children, promote reproductive health, and avoidance of HIV/AIDS in...

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November 2, 2003

“Love, Tears, Betrayal…and Health Messages”

November 2, 2003 — Perspectives in Health Magazine The Magazine of the Pan American Health Organization Volume 8, Number 2, 2003 by Paula Andaló Latin America’s telenovelas have long captivated TV audiences with their overwrought stories of love and betrayal, sin and punishment, and triumph over adversity. But...

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September 10, 2003

“Reality Radio: Ethiopia”, The Burlington Free Press

September 10, 2003 — On September 10, 2003, Population Media Center was featured in The Burlington Free Press. Read the article, “Reality Radio: Ethiopia.”

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