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NYU elects Martin Maloney co-chair of grad graphic communications program

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New York - The Advisory Board of New York University's Master of Arts in Graphic Communications Management and Technology Program has elected Martin Maloney as Co-Chairman. The program resides within the Division of Media Industry Studies and Design at the NYU School of Continuing and Professional Studies.

Maloney has served for over 20 years on the Board and is Chairman of their Marketing Committee as well as serving on their Program Initiatives, Curriculum and Prism committees. For the past several years he has taught three graduate courses in the evening and has received the NYU SCPS Faculty Award. He teaches Communications Design and Persuasion, and created two additional courses: Managing the Media Mix and Global Positioning in Marketing. Managing the Media Mix is now a core course and is so popular that it runs several times each year. He has been involved in promoting the annual Prism Luncheon since 1987 and his company has created and distributed scores of press releases and collateral materials for NYU on a pro bono basis.

Maloney is Chairman of Broadford & Maloney Inc., an international marketing, public relations and consulting firm founded in 1984 and currently headquartered in Manhattan. Maloney is a former member of the Board of Directors of Cenveo, a two billion dollar commercial printer with 90 production facilities across the country. During his four year tenure on the Cenveo Board he served as Lead Director and Chairman of the Corporate Governance Committee as well as serving on the Compensation, Audit and Search committees.

Maloney is a member of the Executive Committee of The Print Council and was their first Executive Director. He is a long time member of the Franklin Event Committee and is a past Chairman of the PIA's Franklin Event for two consecutive years. He also has served two terms on the International Board of Governors of Legatus, an organization of Catholic CEO's, and served as President of their Connecticut Chapter.

Commenting on his election to the NYU Chairmanship, Maloney stated, "It is a privilege to be part of this very successful program that has expanded its curriculum and student enrollment each year. It is particularly gratifying to witness students receive their masters degree and to move up in their careers to management positions of great responsibility".

Maloney's firm, Broadford & Maloney Inc. conducts business internationally and has strategic alliances and global partnerships with several leading companies. For twenty-six years Broadford & Maloney Inc. has served the marketing, public relations and consulting needs of many companies in the greater graphic arts, packaging, publishing and high-tech industries.

The Master of Arts in Graphic Communications Management and Technology is an innovative degree that provides students with critical leadership skills specific to the field of graphic communications media.  Students build expertise in management practices, learn to manage resources effectively across media platforms, and gain a thorough understanding of the capabilities of current and emerging technologies that shape creation, production, distribution and delivery of media content.  The program is designed to prepare graduates to assume leadership positions in a complex, dynamic and global industry. 

The Graphic Communications management graduate program (www.scps.nyu.edu/gcmt) is based within the Division of Media Industry Studies and Design at NYU-SCPS, one of the University's several colleges and schools. NYU-SCPS has for 75 years focused on creating applied professional programs for people who are already in the workforce. In addition to the Graphic Communications Management and Technology program, the school offers additional industry-focused Master's degrees in areas such as publishing, digital imaging and design, integrated marketing, public relations and corporate communications fundraising, human resource management and development, management and systems, real estate, construction management, hospitality industry studies, tourism and travel management and sports management.