The History of Newhouse [Infographic]

The roots of the Newhouse School date back to 1934 and the former School of Journalism at Syracuse University. At that time, print media was king.

Today, Newhouse remains dedicated to its traditions while embracing new media and empowering entrepreneurial students driven to reinvent storytelling in the digital age. Considered one of the top communications schools in the world, Newhouse boasts more than 26,000 alumni worldwide at powerhouse companies like Google, ESPN, Edelman and many more.

With the recently announced Communications@Syracuse program, the first online Master of Science in Communications from Newhouse, the school renews its commitment to a new generation of media industry leaders.

The graphic below explores this storied institution from the beginning, following its evolution from a focus on traditional print and broadcast communications to the digital media leader it is today.

Infographic showing the history of the Newhouse School of Public Communications.

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