Roy H. Park School of Communications

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Roy H. Park School of Communications is the communications school at Ithaca College, in Ithaca, New York. The school is named after legendary media executive Roy H. Park, who lived in Ithaca and who served on the Board of Trustees at Ithaca College for many years.

The Park School of Communications is considered one of the more prestigious communications schools in the world. Graduates have gone on to positions at ESPN, CNN, NBC News, CBS, ABC, The New York Times, NPR and more. The school offers majors in television-radio, journalism, marketing, communication management, film, photography, visual arts, cinema and photography. Dianne Lynch is the current dean of the Park School of Communications.

In 2008, the Park School launched the Park Center for Independent Media, directed by Jeff Cohen, founder of Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting.

Journalism Department

Accessed May 2008: [1]



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  1. Faculty and Administration, Roy H. Park School of Communications, accessed May 2, 2008.