Chasing Genius, Nat Geo

National Geographic announces winners of ‘Chasing Genius’, a global call for transformational ideas to improve the well-being of our people and planet

21st Century Fox’s National Geographic recently announced the winners of Chasing Genius, a digital community launched in June with GSK Consumer Healthcare. Nat Geo and GSK crowdsourced ideas from their audiences and chose three critical areas where transformational ideas could mobilize change and help advance the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals: making our planet more…

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21st Century Fox celebrates female athletes by donating portion of ‘Battle of the Sexes’ ticket sales to Women’s Sports Foundation

To mark the release of Battle of the Sexes, the new Fox Searchlight film about the legendary tennis match between Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs, parent company 21st Century Fox will donate a portion of ticket sales to the Women’s Sports Foundation, founded by King to empower female athletes. For every ticket sold on opening…

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Susan Goldberg

Nat Geo’s Susan Goldberg talks about the power of storytelling to change the world at the first Global Positive Forum in Paris

At the inaugural Global Positive Forum in Paris on Friday, Sept. 1, Susan Goldberg, National Geographic magazine Editor-in-Chief and National Geographic Partners Editorial Director, discussed the power of storytelling to change the world. National Geographic is an official partner of the new conference, which was created under the patronage of the President of the French Republic,…

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Sentinel Awards Health Social Impact Media Fox TV

Sentinel Awards recognize 21CF TV projects for outstanding efforts to engage audiences on mental and physical health

Hollywood, Health & Society (HH&S) has named television projects from across 21st Century Fox businesses as honorees for this year’s Sentinel Awards, an annual ceremony recognizing TV storylines and movies that inform, educate, and motivate viewers to make choices for healthier and safer lives. FX Networks’ You’re the Worst, National Geographic’s documentary Gender Revolution: A…

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