Technologically Speaking Host John Verrico, who retires this week after 15 years as S&T’s Chief of Media and Community Relations, takes a surprising turn in the hot seat as a guest—talking with co-host Dee Saini about what it takes to make sure audiences know about the great work being accomplished at S&T. The innovation and research happening across the many diverse and varied S&T programs rely on skilled and dedicated media specialists who connect scientists and administrators to the public in a way that resonates and makes sense in their daily lives.
DHS works with feature pictures, television—including documentary series, fictionalized series, non-scripted reality series, and mini-series—as well as video games, theatrical productions, and other non-news entertainment projects. The Office of Multimedia, Motion Pictures and Television has several options for how we provide this information to writers, producers, development directors and others.
The following is an example of a standard DHS Multimedia Agreement signed between the Department and a production company (or network) prior to production of a documentary for television or film. Similar agreements are used for fictional television, motion picture, or written word.