Senior vice president/broadcasting
Paul Sparrow oversees the Newseum's broadcasting and multimedia department, which includes all interactive exhibits and video productions. "The Future of News," a 10-part series for public television, was produced under his supervision. He also is the executive in charge of Newseum Productions. Sparrow came to the Newseum in 1999 from the Discovery Channel, where he produced the "Eco-Challenge" miniseries. The Emmy Award-winning producer was also an executive producer for The Learning Channel, Fox and public television. Sparrow began his television career at KPIX, the CBS affiliate in San Francisco. He has created more than 300 hours of prime-time programming, hundreds of syndicated shows, 10 documentaries and several network specials.