National Geographic Coal Industry Documentary

Watch National Geographic’s coal industry documentary for free until July 3

From June 26 until July 3, audiences can watch From the Ashes, National Geographic’s new feature documentary about the coal industry, for free on YouTube, Amazon, Facebook, and several more streaming services. The documentary, from Emmy-nominated director Michael Bonfiglio, examines how the coal industry affects life on the planet, as well as how communities across…

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Sustainability Depaul Fox Sports University

DePaul students create new sustainability strategies for FOX Sports and MLB as part of FOX Sports University

Public Relations students at DePaul University in Chicago met with senior executives from 21st Century Fox, FOX Sports, and Major League Baseball on June 5 to pitch new project ideas and marketing campaigns for the companies’ joint environmental sustainability efforts. The presentation was the result of a semester-long partnership between DePaul and the FOX Sports…

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Fox Sports University

FOX Sports University: A Year in Review

As final exams conclude, and college seniors across the country prepare to take their first steps into the real world, FOX Sports University wraps up its ninth year, covering more campuses and impacting more students than ever before. FOX Sports University is the largest, most comprehensive program of its kind, with the intent on bridging…

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Nat Geo Photo Camp Greece

Reflections from Nat Geo Photo Camp: at-risk youth and underserved refugee teens use photography to tell their stories and explore the world around them

Editor’s note: The following was written by National Geographic Society’s Christian Garland, who recently spent a week at National Geographic Photo Camp in Greece. At Photo Camp, young people from underserved communities, including at-risk and refugee teens, learn how to use photography to tell their own stories, explore the world around them, and develop meaningful connections…

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Eric Price, Joe Hall, Christian Slater, Courteney Monroe, Evan Shapiro, and Katherine Oliver

National Geographic’s Courteney Monroe and Katie Couric host Ghetto Film School’s annual Table Read event with Christian Slater and John Leguizamo

High school students from long-time 21st Century Fox nonprofit partner, Ghetto Film School, had the unique opportunity to hear their short film scripts read by Hollywood talent and receive feedback from top industry executives last week at the school’s annual Table Read event in New York. Sponsored by 21CF and co-hosted by National Geographic Global Networks…

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Television Academy Honors Social Change This Is Us

Television Academy honors 21st Century Fox projects for advancing social change

At the Tenth Annual Television Academy Honors on June 8, three programs from 21st Century Fox businesses were recognized for harnessing “the extraordinary power of television to advance social change.” The honorees included National Geographic’s Before the Flood, a documentary from Academy Award winners Leonardo DiCaprio and Fisher Stevens about the global effects of climate…

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Chasing Genius

National Geographic and partner GSK launch ‘Chasing Genius’, a global platform and call for transformational ideas to improve the wellbeing of our planet and people

21st Century Fox’s National Geographic is now accepting submissions for Chasing Genius, a new digital community developed in partnership with GSK Consumer Healthcare based on the idea that global change can come from anyone and anywhere. The platform is inspired by Genius, Nat Geo’s first scripted series produced by Academy Award winners Brian Grazer and…

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Barnes

21st Century Fox announces winners of “Earth in Focus” employee photography contest in honor of Earth Month

As part of 21st Century Fox’s commitment to minimizing our environmental impacts, growing sustainably, and inspiring others to take action, we celebrated Earth Month this April by partnering with National Geographic on an exclusive photography competition, judged by a Nat Geo photo editor. The contest invited 21CF colleagues around the world to submit their best…

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