What is ScienCentral?
ScienCentral makes sense of science.
ScienCentral is a production company specializing in science and technology content for television, video and the Web. It was co-founded in 1996 by scientist and CEO/President Eliene Augenbraun to increase the number of quality science stories being broadcast to the public.
ScienCentral’s independent news bureau, ScienCentral News (formerly known as Science & Technology News Network), reports on the medical, environmental, and technological issues that affect daily life. ScienCentral News' features can be seen several times each week on ABC’s and NBC's local TV affiliate stations.
ScienCentral Productions has helped organizations such as the Institute of Medicine and the Lucent Technologies Foundation communicate science and technology to various audiences through videos, educational products, and the Web. And in collaboration with Twin Cities Public Television, ScienCentral co-produced “Transistorized!”—the award-winning PBS documentary on the invention of the transistor.
ScienCentral enables its partners to reach a variety of audiences. We’ve enriched ABC’s and NBC's local television newscasts across the country through our weekly news stories, each of which are seen by an average of 3 million Americans. Through our video and Web productions, we've helped the Nature Publishing Group and the Institute for Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) inform the general public and helped The Franklin Institute science museum further inspire its top benefactors.
From broadcast news features to educational products, we not only know how to communicate complex ideas about medicine, health, technology, and the environment, but we also know how to tell a good story.
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