George Washington University/School of Media and Public Affairs
Professional communicators need to know how to make their organization's voices heard in today’s fractured media landscape and use those voices to change the way we buy, vote, and think about the world around us.
The Dialogue Media Group has partnered with the Executive and Professional Education program at George Washington University’s School of Media and Public Affairs (SMPA) to provide you and your business with the knowledge and skills for creating strategies and executing communications that influence your world.
Uniquely presented through the lens of The George Washington University in D.C., this program is the first of its kind. SMPA’s Executive and Professional Education program – a leader in political and global communication, journalism and media studies – can show you how and why messages work to move market share and nations while others merely fall by the wayside.
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Through DMG and our predecessor organization, the Fred Friendly Seminars, we have helped an amazing array of clients open minds on major policy issues; challenge and inspire conference attendees; bring focus and imagination to corporate gatherings; and use compelling, concrete scenarios in training and education. Our unique Socratic Dialogue format opens new avenues of communication, collaboration and problem solving, in every setting and media platform it is employed.
Here is a sampling of clients with whom DMG principals have worked:
The DMG production team employs the same rigorous approach for each of its projects. At its heart is a compelling hypothetical scenario to galvanize the discussion. The producers work closely with client leadership to define the goals of the project and identify key issues for the hypothetical. Then the process expands to include interviews with external authorities and sophisticated issue research. The program panel is recruited in consultation with the client and an experienced moderator is selected for the project. The production team is available to manage all aspects of the event, video production, multimedia extensions, and the creation of collateral training materials or viewer guides.