Virginia Communications Hall of Fame

Virginia Communications Hall of Fame

 

The Virginia Communications Hall of Fame

The Virginia Communications Hall of Fame recognizes communication professionals with exceptional careers in advertising, journalism, public relations, new media and other media fields. George Crutchfield, founding director the School of Mass Communications from 1978-1989, launched the organization in 1986.

This year’s honorees will be inducted into the 28th anniversary of the Hall of Fame on April 9, 2015 at the John Marshall, bringing the total number of inductees to 158.

The inductees of the 28th anniversary of the Hall of Fame are:

Anne Adams- Newspaper editor and publisher for The Recorder in Monterey, Virginia.

Pamela DiSalvo Lepley- Public relations professional, vice president at VCU for community relations.

Beth Macy- Author of  best selling book “Factory Man: How One Man Battled Offshoring, Stayed Local-And Helped Save an American Town. former reporter for The Roanoke Times.

Cheryl E. Miller- TV news anchor at CBS 6 in Richmond.

Jeff Schapiro- Newspaper columnist at The Richmond-Times Dispatch

Diane Walker-TV News anchor at NBC 12 in Richmond

Francis Eugene Wood- Media manager and radio host