Jeff Skoll

Jeff Skoll And UCLA School of Theater, Film And Television Launch The Skoll Center For Social Impact Entertainment

Participant Media to join with new Center and UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television to Host Annual Event Bringing Together Leaders from Entertainment, Academia, Industry and Philanthropy
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$10 Million Endowment from Jeff Skoll Will Advance  Social Change Through Entertainment and Performing Arts, Establishing a Groundbreaking Center Focused on Research, Education and Special Initiatives, Public Programming and Exhibition

Participant Media Joins Evolution Media Capital and TPG Growth in Global Media, Sports, and Entertainment Venture

Evolution Media to Help Accelerate Growth of Young Companies
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Los Angeles, CA, May 15, 2014 /3BL Media/ - Participant Media, the leading provider of entertainment that inspires, announced today that it has joined TPG Growth, the middle market and growth equity investment platform of global investment firm TPG, and Evolution Media Capital (EMC), a merchant bank focused on the media and sports industries, in their investment in Evolution Media, a venture that will partner with and invest up to $350 million with leading companies and entrepreneurs in the global media, sports, and entertainment spaces.

Jim Berk Speaks To Fast Company About Participant Media’s 10-Year History Of Social Impact

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By Using Entertainment To Compel Social Change, The Company Proves That Doing Good Can Also Be Good For Business.

By Lindsay Lavine

FastCompany - April 8, 2014

What do the films An Inconvenient Truth, Food, Inc., The Help, and Lincoln all have in common?

Jeff Skoll And Christian Mcguigan Speak At The First We Day California

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We Day is part of a family of organizations, including Free The Children and Me to We, that have a shared goal: to empower a generation to shift the world from ‘me’ to ‘we’ —through how we act, how we give, the choices we make on what to buy and what to wear, the media we consume, and the experiences with which we choose to engage.

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