Media Impact: Entertainment-Education in the News

May 3, 2012 3:00 PM ET

Media Impact: In the News

Every day, Media Impact works with incredible partners around the globe to tell the stories that change the world. In 27 years of work, together we have produced more than 3,000 episodes of 75 radio and television productions that have collectively reached more than 1 billion people in over 40 countries. We believe in this work because we have seen its impact over and over again.

And lately, it seems, others are taking note.

Last week, the BBC ran a special report on the power of soap operas to educate audiences around the globe. We were very pleased that our Executive Director, Sean Southey, was featured along with several of our programs and partners. To read the story, please click here. To listen to the two part radio feature, please click here.

Additionally, this year our work has been featured on the NY Times Fixes Blog and the World Bank BlogPeople, Spaces, Deliberation.

We are proud that our work has been showcased on these notable sites, but are even more grateful that the world is taking note of the power of Entertainment-Education programs to create a healthier, more sustainable and equitable world.

Please consider joining us in telling the stories that change the world. For more information about our programs and how to get involved, please visit our website:

PCI-Media Impact empowers communities worldwide to inspire enduring change through creative storytelling. 

For 25 years, Media Impact has worked with local partners to produce Entertainment-Education and social change communications programs that address the most pressing social and environmental issues. Using its uniqueMy Community methodology, Media Impact engages and empowers audiences around the world to improve their own lives.  Working with local partners, Media Impact tells the stories that change the world.

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