Space Disasters, Murder and the Alaskan Wild: Fall Premiere Season is Not Over

New and returning series premieres may have kicked off in September, but here at Discovery Communications, they continue to roll out across networks fast and strong through the end of this month. Curious what’s in store? Read on! Science Channel’s Secret Space Escapes Space exploration can be thrilling, eye-opening and needless to say, a life-changing experience. But it can also be incredibly scary – and when things go wrong, they can go from bad to catastrophic…

Employees Join Forces to ‘Create Change’ at Sixth Annual Pro Bono Marathon Event

If you walked around the office today, you’d see groups of similarly dressed employees huddling in practically ever corner of the building – from large conference rooms to small, informal meeting spaces and communal areas nestled to the side of some of the building’s open areas. That’s the image of our annual pro bono initiative, Creating Change, that seems to permeate all other images: employees working together. Teamwork and collaboration. It may sound cliché.…

Discovery Communications Named to “100 Best” List by Working Mother Magazine for 16th Consecutive Year

When I tell people that we have a childcare center, Discovery Kids Place (DKP), on-site at our HQ, I’m always asked to share more details. Are there a lot of kids? Do we see them at all? How old are they? I always start my answer with this story: It was a pretty chilly, overcast spring day – unusual for DC. I don’t remember what day it was…Thursday, maybe Friday. All I…

Put Yourself at the Center of the Action with ‘Discovery VR’

For more than 30 years, Discovery Communications has been connecting with audiences with the world around them and, as technology has evolved, so has how we bring stories and experiences to audiences. Today, I’m excited to be able to point all of you to the latest merging of content and technology at Discovery — Discovery VR! Some of the most innovative and creative minds across our company have been working…