Media and Communication
- Dave Anderson 1951, New York Times sports columnist, 1981 winner of the Pulitzer Prize for commentary
- Mary G. Berner 1981, Former President & CEO, The Reader's Digest Association, Inc.
- Clark Booth 1961, correspondent for WCVB-TV in Boston
- George-Édouard Desbarats, 1850 influential Canadian printer and inventor
- Jack Fowler 1982, Publisher of the National Review.
- Joan Hogan Gillman 1985, President, Time Warner Cable Media Sales
- Chris Matthews 1967, host of MSNBC's Hardball with Chris Matthews and NBC's The Chris Matthews Show
- Gordon Peterson 1960, broadcast journalist and television news anchor; currently co-anchor for ABC affiliate WJLA-TV and moderator and producer of Inside Washington.
- Dan Shaughnessy 1975, sports columnist for the Boston Globe
- Joe Shortsleeve 1979, WBZ-TV chief correspondent
- Bill Simmons 1992, ESPN sports columnist
- Ed Walsh 1969, WBZ NewsRadio 1030-AM, Morning News Anchor
- Amy Wilkins 1984, Senior Vice President & Publisher of Blueprint and Martha Stewart Weddings magazines
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