Enrollment finds its footing
Features Fall 2011 Enrollment
Enrollment stable after program cuts. by Mitch Davis
A Few Minutes with Provost Barbara Morris Get to know a little about our new provost. by Mitch Davis
Navigating the Communication Avenues at Fort Lewis College A rundown of the major communication resources for campus. by Mitch Davis
Announcements Sept. 23 fundraiser planned for FLC Associate Professor Ginny Hutchins
“Hearts and Hands for Ginny: A Fundraiser for Ginny Hutchins” will take place Friday, September 23, 2011, at the Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. The fundraiser is open to everyone. Ginny Hutchins, a professor at Fort Lewis College was recently diagnosed with a malignant brain tumor known as a glioblastoma. She underwent surgery to remove as much of the tumor as possible, and will continue radiation in Denver and chemotherapy in Houston. Ginny and her husband, Jim, a nurse at Mercy Medical Center, are the parents of Megan, 4, and Emma, 20 months. A silent auction along with food donated from local businesses; her church, First Presbyterian; and others will be offered. There will be a bounce house and children’s events. Music from Ten Jack High, the First Presbyterian Handbell Choir (which Ginny is a member) and the Westwind Pipe Band will also be featured. Tickets are available at http://www.durangoconcerts.com or at the Fort Lewis College Box Office. Donations are being taken at First National Bank, 259 W 9th Street, Durango.
CSWS presents Durango
The Center of Southwest Studies is pleased to announce a new publication, Durango, from Arcadia Publishing’s Postcard History Series, compiled and written by Fredric B. Wildfang and the Center’s Archives Manager Nik Kendziorski. This collection presents a postcard tour of Durango and its environs and provides keen insight into the history and colorful character of this area, which has been a vibrant center of Southwestern Colorado for more than a century. A brief history of postcards as a convenient medium for sharing messages - and as a revolutionary departure from Victorian-era long letters - is included in the book as well. A very special thanks is due to Nina Heald Webber for amassing the collection of these historical postcards, what she herself calls “windows to the past.” Durango is offered in the Center’s Gallery for $24.00, tax included.
September 2011 Editor Mitch Davis Messenger is published for the faculty and staff of Fort Lewis College and is produced by the Public Affairs Office. To submit an idea please contact Mitch Davis at 970-2477401 or email@example.com. Please submit ideas by the 15th of the month prior to desired publication date. Fort Lewis College Public Affairs Office 1000 Rim Dr. Durango, CO 81301 970-247-7401 firstname.lastname@example.org
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Announcements Submit student research to Metamorphosis
The Metamorphosis Review Committee at FLC is currently reviewing student research for possible publication in Metamorphosis. The committee will select two outstanding student papers to submit for online publication each semester in Metamorphosis, the COPLAC journal of undergraduate research. Because of the due dates, the committee will need to work one semester behind. In other words, faculty can submit excellent student work from winter 2011 for consideration in the third edition of Metamorphosis to be published this coming fall (mid-November 2011). Seven fine FLC students have already been represented in the first three editions of Metamorphosis: http://mountaintop.fortlewis.edu/ metamorphosis.html. Student proposals (shorter versions of their final research papers, listing their faculty sponsor) will be due to Dr. Brian Burke, chair of the Metamorphosis Review Committee, via email by September 30, 2011. The review committee will select the two most outstanding proposals, with the winning authors and their faculty sponsors then having about three weeks to produce and submit a final 10-page paper before the November 11, 2011, journal submission deadline. The final paper will then appear in the online journal Metamorphosis.
Paul Booth Paul was recently honored with two awards. 17th Annual International Communicator Awards, 2011 - http://www.communicatorawards.com Award of Excellence for the design of three posters, “Offshore Drilling.” Over 6,000 entries were submitted from companies and agencies of all sizes and were judged by the International Academy of the Visual Arts. International Design Award Competition, 2010 http://idesignawards.com Silver Award for three posters, “Offshore Drilling,” in the professional print advertising category. Competition comprised of 1,000 entries from over 50 countries throughout the world. Dr. Karen Nakayama Karen was one of only three candidates selected to receive the 2011 AUCCCD Diversity Leadership Mentoring Program scholarship. The award recognizes Karen as an up and coming leader in diversity issues within the FLC Counseling Center.
Faculty are encouraged to think back to last semester and decide if they have any students who completed a research or creative project that might be worthy of publication. If so, please invite those students to submit a proposal to Dr. Burke by September 30, 2011, and be sure to give them the template to do so. This permission slip can be used for any graduating students doing work this semester that might qualify for next semester’s edition of Metamorphosis. Feel free to contact any of the committee members (listed below) with any questions. THE METAMORPHOSIS REVIEW COMMITTEE Brian Burke, Chair Michael Martin Alan Lephart Betty Dorr Shere Byrd
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Fall 2011 Enrollment 3,900
When the Fort Lewis College Budget Committee was faced with cutting more than $4 million from the College’s budget over the past two years, there was anxiety over how these cuts would affect enrollment. FLC had seen its first enrollment increase in 2010 in three years, but with the decision to discontinue three academic programs the likelihood of a significant enrollment slide seemed high. In the fall 2011 enrollment numbers reported Wednesday, the total student headcount fell by only 8 students over fall 2010, not the significant drop that was feared. The total enrollment for fall 2011 at Fort Lewis College is 3,856. It seems as if the College’s enrollment has stabilized after the budget cuts. There are other bright spots in the fall 2011 enrollment data. First and foremost, the College’s retention rate rose to 64 percent. This rate is the highest retention rate documented at FLC. Fall 2011 will see an increase of 77 continuing students over last year.
3,850 3,825 3,800 3,775 3,750 3,725 3,700 FALL 2010
Fall 2011 Enrollment - Total Headcount
2,600 2,575 2,550
2,525 2,500 2,475
2,450 2,425 2,400
In addition, the number of non-resident students enrolling at Fort Lewis College has increased by 109 over fall 2010. This is great news in terms of the diversity of the student body, as well as increased revenue from non-resident tuition. It is likely that this increase in non-resident students stems from the College’s decision to not raise its non-resident tuition when most other institutions in the state made significant increases in their nonresident tuition. Now that enrollment has stabilized, Fort Lewis College is turning its attention to finding ways to invest in its academic programs in order to keep an FLC degree valuable to its graduates, while at the same time helping to keep college affordable. To that end, over $1 million will be spent in new and existing programs, as well as new scholarships.
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Fall 2011 Enrollment - Continuing Students
The biggest investment that Fort Lewis College will make is in helping its students afford a college education. More than $650,000 will be put toward merit scholarships for FLC students. These are scholarships that students receive for high academic achievement. Colorado resident students can receive anywhere from $750 per year to $2,000 per year in scholarships. The amount increases for non-residents, with awards ranging from $4,000 per year to $8,000 per year. Over the next two years, approximately $200,000 will be invested in new academic degree programs, including the recently created Public Health program and the Engineering bachelor’s degree program. Planned for the future is the creation of an Environmental, Health and Safety degree program as well.
Prospective students are led on a tour of campus.
With an eye to Fort Lewis Collegeâ€™s place in history as one of the premier institutions for Native Americans, the College has provided a central space for its Native American Center in the newly remodeled Student Union. In addition, FLC will spend approximately $100,000 on programs and services to help the over 800 Native American students enrolled here. This includes funding for the Native American and Indigenous Studies program, as well as hiring an advisor trained in meeting the needs of a Native American population that has historically had a lower graduation rate than other ethnicities at FLC. Reaching beyond the borders of campus and into the community is also a priority. Over the next two years, $100,000 will be invested in a new degree completion and adult education coordinator. It will be the job of the coordinator to seek out those who may have left school before completing a degree, or who never attended college at all, and offer them a chance to earn their degree. This goes along with the Complete College Colorado initiative started by former Colorado Governor Bill Ritter in 2010.
To further the push to help students earn a college degree, President Thomas has joined the Colorado delegation to the Complete College America (CCA) program. CCA is an organization working to increase the number of Americans nationwide with college degrees. In October, President Thomas and the Colorado delegation will join 28 other states at the CCA Alliance of States Annual Convening and Fall Completion Academy. This meeting will be an opportunity to strengthen the nationâ€™s commitment to higher education. In addition to President Thomas, the Colorado delegation includes Kim Poast and Matt Gianneschi from the Colorado Department of Higher Education; Dick Kaufman from the Colorado Commission on Higher Education; Geri Anderson, vice president and provost of the Community Colleges of Colorado; Representative Tom Massey from the Colorado House of Representatives; and Senator Bob Bacon from the Colorado Senate and chair of Senate Education Committee.
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Dr. Barbara Morris, Fort Lewis College’s first new provost in more than 15 years, has officially been on the job since this summer. Dr. Morris is FLC’s first woman provost, as well as its first provost of Native American heritage. Her previous position was as the dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Redlands in Redlands, CA. She taught courses in government and political science as a professor at the University of Redlands and the University of San Diego. The College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Redlands is similar in many ways to Fort Lewis College as the Redlands’ college also includes some business programs. The breadth of Dr. Morris’ experience with academic programs like those offered at Fort Lewis was cited by several people, including President Thomas and Board of Trustees for Fort Lewis College Chair Richard Ballantine, as a good quality in Dr. Morris. Dr. Morris adds FLC’s mission to provide a personalized and student-centered education, its diverse student body, and its commitment to Native American students as additional reasons for her wanting to take the provost job here. “Fort Lewis was a perfect match for me,” she says. She holds a bachelor’s degree in political science from San Diego State University and master’s and Ph.D. degrees in political science from the University of California, Santa Barbara. When pursuing her own degree, she says that she could have happily taken every course available in the catalog.
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“So I think that signaled that I liked academics,” she says. “I could have stayed in college—I think— forever, which when you become a professor, you do!” She acknowledges that the fact that she’s the first woman provost may make a positive impact on others that would follow in her footsteps. “If more women can be in positions of authority then you’re continually breaking molds, you’re breaking the glass ceiling,” she explains. “You’re paving the way for future generations to move into a variety of careers. So that’s important.”
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Navigating the C
FLC Email Listservs The College email listservs can target large segments of campus, such as all faculty and staff, or very specific groups, such as just faculty. The major listservs are listed on the next page. o Details on next page FLC Homepage These are stories of major College accomplishments and events that will help promote the College to the general public, in particular prospective students. o Story pitches: Ken Wright, Marketing & Communications o Calendar submissions: Ken Wright, Marketing & Communications
FLC Community Calendar Any College event that may be of interest to the general public. The calendar goes to the local media every Wednesday. o Calendar submissions: Mitch Davis, Public Affairs Office TheFort TheFort is an online portal accessed by the majority of students, faculty and staff. College events and announcements can be placed on theFort immediately and displayed for weeks at a time. o News/announcement submissions: Mitch Davis, Public Affairs Office
FLC News Webpage FLC Stories that may not make the cut for the College homepage may be pitched for a spot on the News webpage.
FLC Facebook Webpage The College Facebook page is a popular spot for students and prospective students. Anyone is allowed to post on the â€œwall.â€?
o Story pitches: Mitch Davis, Public Affairs Office
o Wall postings: Anyone
FLC Student Calendar/Announcement Email Any College event or announcement of interest to the FLC student body. The calendar/announcement email goes out every Thursday during the school year.
External Media Any College events or announcements that are appropriate for the general public.
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o Press release pitches: Mitch Davis, Public Affairs Office
Communication Avenues at Fort Lewis College
Major FLC Email Listservs
FLC-OFFICIAL-L o Moderator: Roy Horvath o Audience: All FLC faculty & staff (984 subscribers) o Approved Messages: Faculty Assembly, Executive Council, or Employee Council minutes and proceedings Academic advising, registration, student billing, financial aid, graduation or other administrative information of a general nature Road, parking lot, or building closures and safety notices Utility service interruptions Information Technology system changes or downtime Policy changes Faculty/staff enrichment or training opportunities Fort Lewis College Foundation major fundraising events Mandated regulations Major all-campus events such as: Common Reading Experience, Welcome Week, Family Weekend, Homecoming, Hozhoni Days, Employee Recognition, Retirees Luncheon, Featured Scholar o Not Approved Messages: Events other than those listed above Personal “classified ads”
Promotion of political or religious views Fund raising Complaints o Exceptions will be allowed to this policy only by express approval of the President or Vice Presidents. o Submissions: FLC-OFFICIAL-L@listserv.fortlewis. edu (an email will be sent to the listserv moderator for final approval) FLC-ANNOUNCE-L o Moderator: N/A o Audience: Subscribed FLC faculty & staff (605 subscribers) o Approved Messages: Public announcements of use to the College community o Not Approved Messages: Personal “classified ads” Promotion of political or religious views o Submissions: FLC-ANNOUNCE-L@fortlewis.edu (an email will be sent to the email sender for final approval)
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FLC-FACULTY-L o Moderator: Jim Cross (Faculty Senate President) o Audience: Subscribed FLC faculty & staff (269 subscribers) o Approved Messages: Information specifically for faculty o Not Approved Messages: Personal “classified ads” Promotion of political or religious views o Submissions: FLC-FACULTY-L@listserv.fortlewis.edu (an email will be sent to the listserv moderator for final approval)
FLC-STUDENT-OFFICIAL-L o Moderator: Mitch Davis o Audience: All confirmed FLC students (4,867 subscribers) o Approved Messages: Academic advising, registration, student billing, financial aid, graduation, or other administrative information of a general nature Road, parking lot, or building closures and safety notices Information Technology system changes or downtime Policy changes Mandated regulations Notices of Health related information Weekly events (Event Calendar Email) Major all-campus events to include: Common Reading Experience, Welcome Week, Family Weekend, Homecoming, Hozhoni Days o Not Approved Messages: Events other than those listed above Campus events too late for weekly postings Personal “classified ads” Promotion of political or religious views Complaints o Exceptions will be allowed to this policy only by express approval of the President or Vice Presidents. o Submissions: FLC-STUDENT-OFFICIAL-L@fortlewis.edu (an email will be sent to the listserv moderator for final approval)
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Sports Skyhawks move up three spots to No. 3 in Division II women’s soccer poll
Team finished 3-0-1 in nonconference schedule by Chris Aaland
The Fort Lewis College women’s soccer team (30-1 overall) climbed to No.3 in the second NCAA Division II poll of the season, released earlier today by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) and Continental Tire. The Skyhawks, ranked No. 6 in the nation last week, moved up three spots despite going 1-0-1 in two neutral-site games in Grand Junction. Fort Lewis defeated Dixie State (Utah) 3-1 on Friday and tied Grand Canyon (Ariz.) 2-2 through two overtimes yesterday. “It’s important that we get off to a strong start in the conference games and just continue to get better,” fifth-year FLC head coach Damian Clarke said of this weekend’s home games against Colorado StatePueblo (3-1-0 overall) and Nebraska-Kearney (2-2-0). FLC hosts the ThunderWolves at 3:30 p.m. Friday and the Lopers at 1 p.m. Sunday. “This was our toughest weekend we had all year long last year,” Clarke said of his team’s league-opening road trip to Pueblo and Kearney last September, one that saw the Skyhawks lose 2-1 to the ThunderWolves and pull out an improbable 2-1 late-game win over the Lopers. He said that the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, which also placed Metro State (No. 11) and Colorado Mines (No. 20) in this week’s Top 25 poll, is stronger than ever. “I think there are five teams in the conference that are good enough to beat anybody in the country. The level of competition from top to bottom is just tremendous.”
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The complete poll includes: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.
Florida Tech St. Edward’s (Texas) Fort Lewis (Colo.) California (Pa.) UC-San Diego Quincy (Ill.) Bridgeport (Conn.) Lenoir-Rhyne (N.C.) Saint Rose (N.Y.) West Chester (Pa.) Metro State (Colo.) Abilene Christian (Texas) Northern Michigan Cal. State-Dominguez Hills North Carolina-Pembroke Rollins (Fla.) Edinboro (Pa.) Merrimack (Mass.) Grand Valley State (Mich.) Colorado Mines Nova Southeastern (Fla.) Midwestern State (Texas) Cal. State-Stanislaus Armstrong Atlantic (Ga.) Central Missouri
Also receiving votes: Cal. State Los Angeles, Lynn (Fla.), Columbus State (Ga.), Seattle Pacific (Wash.), Southern Connecticut State, Bellarmine (Ky.), Minnesota State, Cal. Poly Pomona, Kutztown (Pa). Additionally, the NCAA Division II regional rankings were announced today. The Skyhawks top the Central Region rankings for the second week in a row: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.
Fort Lewis (Colo.) Metro State (Colo.) Colorado Mines Minnesota State Regis (Colo.) UC-Colorado Springs Colorado State-Pueblo Mary (N.D.) Adams State (Colo.) Augustana (S.D.)
Sports Fort Lewis men’s soccer jumps 12 spots to No. 6 in national rankings
The complete poll includes:
“We have had a great start to the season and have come up against some really strong teams from throughout the nation,” said third-year FLC head coach Oige Kennedy. “And with this past weekend’s results against two top-ranked opponents we have managed to put ourselves back into the Top 10 soccer teams in the country. It is a great position to be in at the early part of the year but we are very conscious that the only ranking that will matter is where we finish come the end of the season.”
1. Northern Kentucky 2. Rollins (Fla.) 3. Midwestern State (Texas) 4. Southern New Hampshire 5. Mercyhurst (Pa.) 6. Fort Lewis (Colo.) 7. Clayton State (Ga.) 8. Barry (Fla.) 9. Franklin Pierce (N.H.) 10. Cal. State-Los Angeles 11. Montevallo (Ala.) 12. California (Pa.) 13. Colorado Mines 14. Northeastern State (Okla.) 15. C.W. Post (N.Y.) 16. Saint Leo (Fla.) 17. Regis (Colo.) 18. Ashland (Ohio) 19. Notre Dame de Namur (Calif.) 20. West Virginia Wesleyan 21. Mars Hill (N.C.) 22. Texas A&M International 23. Tiffin (Ohio) Cal. State-Dominguez Hills 25. Dowling (N.Y.)
The Skyhawks travel to Colorado State-Pueblo (03-1) for a 2:30 p.m. tilt against the ThunderWolves Sunday.
Also receiving votes: Lynn (Fla.), Simon Fraser (B.C.), Missouri Science & Technology, Lees-McRae (N.C.), Metro State (Colo.), Lock Haven (Pa.)
“The team is looking forward to playing our first away game of the year against CSU-Pueblo on Sunday and to be hosting some Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference games next week with Colorado Mesa, Adams State and UC-Colorado Springs all coming to play at Dirks Field.
Additionally, the NCAA Division II regional rankings were announced today. The Skyhawks are ranked third in the Central Region:
Skyhawks leap two Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference foes this week by Chris Aaland
The Fort Lewis College men’s soccer team (4-00 overall) climbed 12 spots today in the national rankings to No. 6 in the third NCAA Division II poll of the season, released earlier today by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) and Continental Tire. The Skyhawks, ranked No. 18 a week ago, defeated previous No. 19 Truman State 2-0 and previous No. 8 Colorado Mines 2-1 last week.
After a one-game road trip, the Skyhawks return home for a trio of games the following week: against Colorado Mesa (0-3-1) on Wednesday, Sept. 21, Adams State (1-1-1) on Friday, Sept. 23, and UCColorado Springs (2-2-0) on Sunday, Sept. 25. All three contests will be played at 3:30 p.m. The RMAC placed three teams in the Top 25 and had a fourth receive votes in the third coaches’ poll of the season: No. 6 Fort Lewis, No. 13 Colorado Mines, and No. 17 Regis. Metro State received votes.
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 7. 8. 9. 10.
Fort Lewis (Colo.) Colorado Mines Regis (Colo.) Metro State (Colo.) UC-Colorado Springs Adams State Mary (N.D.) Colorado Mesa Colorado State-Pueblo Colorado Christian Colorado State-Pueblo Mary (N.D.) Adams State (Colo.) Augustana (S.D.)
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Sports FLC Athletic Training to offer progressive dinner raffle
Winner receives four-course meal at four of Durango’s finest restaurants, lodging at Strater by Chris Aaland
The Fort Lewis College Athletic Training Education Program will again hold a unique progressive raffle that incorporates a progressive dinner for four people at four of Durango’s finest restaurants — Cosmo, Ken & Sue’s, the Ore House, and Seasons Rotisserie & Grill — and the Historic Strater Hotel. “This is a wonderful chance for alumni to revisit Fort Lewis College while reliving Main Avenue, as well as for families new to the area to fully experience what Durango has to offer,” said Head Athletic Trainer Wayne Barger. The grand prize winner will receive a luxurious, two-night hotel stay at the Strater Hotel and an ultimate night on the town progressing through Cosmo, Ken & Sue’s, the Ore House, and Seasons. At one restaurant, the winner and three guests will pick an appetizer, at another a salad, at another a main course, and at the fourth a dessert. Second-, third-, and fourth-place winners will receive the progressive dinner for four. Cost is $50 per raffle ticket. You must be 18 years or older to enter. Alcohol is not included with the prize package. The drawing will happen in between the second and third sets of the Fort Lewis College volleyball game vs. Western State on Sunday, Oct. 9. The game starts at noon, so the drawing will occur at approximately 12:30 p.m. You need not be present to win. Barger said the $50 raffle ticket price will be a bargain for the winners. “You couldn’t buy a four-course meal at any of these restaurants for $50, let alone for four people,” he said.
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The progressive dinner will occur on the evening of Saturday, Oct. 22, 2010. That particular evening was chosen because the Skyhawk football and men’s and women’s soccer teams are home during the weekend of Oct. 21-23, meaning hundreds of parents will be in town to cheer on their sons and daughters. For more information, contact Barger at 970-247-7576 or email@example.com. Raffle ticket purchase forms will be available at the Skyhawk Athletic Office and at upcoming FLC home athletic events. They will also be available at www.goskyhawks.com.
Sports Skyhawk Athletic events to again be streamed on America ONE in 2011-12
Fans can purchase single-game, monthly and season passes by Chris Aaland
Fort Lewis College and Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference athletic events will be streamed live on the America ONE Network (formerly B2) again in 2011-12. This marks the fourth year of RMAC sporting events on the America One. All RMAC football, volleyball, and basketball games will be streamed on the network. Fort Lewis College will also stream all of its home soccer games in 201112. Additional RMAC schools that plan to stream soccer games include Colorado Mines, Colorado Christian, Colorado Mesa, Metro State, and New Mexico Highlands. Visit http://b2tv.com/upcoming_events. asp?q=v&value=rmac and click on the broadcast schedule link, then the RMAC link on the left hand side to see the schedule. Fans may also access the site through www.goskyhawks.com by clicking on the advertisement on the right side of the page. America One prices are as follows: Regular Season Day Pass: $8, sold on a sport-by-sport basis. Watch all RMAC games from noon of the day purchased through noon of the next day, including video on demand.
Regular Season Monthly Pass: $30. Watch conference broadcast of a particular sport for 30 days. Regular Season Sport Pass: Football $40; volleyball $44.95; basketball (men’s and women’s) $89.95; allsport pass (per school) $125. RMAC championship events are not part of any season pass that is purchased. America ONE is a multi-screen, multi-platform broadcast sports and entertainment network. America ONE, a ONE Media Corp subsidiary, is a leader in broadcasting online sporting events and the television broadcasts reach an audience of over 35 million households in the US and Caribbean. America ONE’s programming includes a wide range of exclusive, first run, original sports and entertainment content. As one of the world’s largest live sports broadband pay per view providers, America ONE broadcasts more than 5000 live sports events online per year. These events include sports from over 120 NCAA schools and 75 professional teams. ONE Media Corp has operations/programming offices located in Dallas-Fort Worth, Atlanta, Las Vegas, Singapore, with sales offices in New York. America One is owned and operated by One Media Corp, Inc. and is based in Ft. Worth, Texas.
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