New CMSI Study Reveals How Major TV Programs and Newspapers (Mis)Represented Homelessness and Housing Security Issues in 2018 - Center for Media and Social Impact
You Are What You Watch? The Social Effects of TV - The New York Times
Narrative Persuasion in a New Media Environment: The Impact of Binge-Watching and Second-Screening: Communication Research Reports: Vol 0, No 0
It's Time For a Nonprofit Reality TV Show. Introducing NBC's "Give".
The Plot to Put Conceptual Art on ‘Melrose Place.’ Yes, Really. - The New York Times
How Movies Trick Your Brain Into Empathizing With Characters | WIRED
North Korean officials 'publicly executed for watching South Korean soap operas' - Asia - World - The Independent
Here's Why Social Impact is More Important for Documentaries Than Ever Before | Indiewire
Films Are Films: Measuring the Social Impact of Documentary Films | Aggregate
Dads on Sitcoms - Atlantic Mobile
2013 NCHCMM Conference Session Videos - Building Sustainability of MH Messages in News and Entertainment Media
Biggest Loser? Healthy Eating. Weight Loss Is Not Entertainment - Shaping Youth
Media Influences on Social Outcomes: The Impact of MTV’s "16 and Pregnant" on Teen Childbearing | Brookings Institution
The Angelina effect: immediate reach, grasp, and impact of going public : Genetics in Medicine : Nature Publishing Group
Can tear-jerkers turn you liberal? As Good As It Gets and The Rainmaker make you soppy, says study | Mail Online
Pop Health: Research Notes: The Angelina Effect
A New Approach to Making Films That Matter | Culture on GOOD
Henry Jenkins - A Pedagogical Response to the Aurora Shootings: 10 Critical Questions about Fictional Representations of Violence
TEDxPhoenix - Johanna Blakley - Movies for a Change - YouTube
'The Biggest Loser': inspiring or unhealthy? | Reporting on Health
CDC - Zombie Pandemic Graphic Novella
Entertainingly mislead me « Mind Hacks
Prime Time TV 'Objectifies and Fetishizes' Underage Girls, Study Says - FoxNews.com
MDPA Minute: Are Television Shows Helping Or Hurting Obesity-Prevention?
TranSocialMedia Story Telling Workshop Sheet
Entertainment Education for Behavior Change
Teens who watch Sex in the City more likely to get pregnant - Times Online
Hollywood & Health: Health Content in Popular TV - Kaisernetwork.org
Getting Into the Act - washingtonpost.com
When Federal Health Experts Troubleshoot TV Medical Dramas, They Expect a Payback
The doctor is in - The Boston Globe
TV doctors may be fictional, but viewers still listen carefully to what they say
Fictional Characters Can Change the World!
A Conversation Between Joan Montgomerie and Metta Spencer about Metta's New Book, "Two Aspirins and a Comedy: How Television Can Enhance Health and Society"
MediaRights: Media that Matters
MediaRights is a community organization dedicated to maximizing the impact of social-issue documentaries and shorts. They help adult and youth filmmakers reach audiences, educators and librarians bring films into their curricula and nonprofits and activis
Have Fun • Do Good: Media that Mobilizes: An Inconvenient Truth, ClimateCrisis and More Tales from Participate.net
Participant Productions' Micki Krimmel will be appearing at the NetSquared Remote Conference on May 30 at 4:00 pm PDT
Movies have the power to inspire. You have the power to act. Participate!
RADD - Recording Artists Against Drunk Driving
the entertainment industry's voice for road safety
Publications on Technical Assistance Bulletins (TABs)
Fact sheets about various aspects of developing communications materials, some available online and others can be ordered free of charge.
2005 Entertainment Summit - PCI
streaming video of 2005 Entertainment Summit 11/15/2005 PCI - Washington, D.C.