Dunlop Media was founded on the conviction that the ability to communicate effectively is not really a talent - something you either have or don't have.  It's a process that can be taught, and a skill that anyone can learn and improve on. 

Steve Dunlop in Times Square as a FOX network newsman on assignment with colleagues.   From left:  Dunlop, Krista Bradford, Rafael Abramowitz, Jim Paymar, and Steve Dunleavy.  Photo courtesy Fox Television.

Steve Dunlop in Times Square as a FOX network newsman on assignment with colleagues.   From left:  Dunlop, Krista Bradford, Rafael Abramowitz, Jim Paymar, and Steve Dunleavy. 
Photo courtesy Fox Television.

Steve Dunlop (see full bio) has won three Emmys and interviewed thousands of people in a long journalistic career.  He founded Dunlop Media as a part-time venture in 1991 after a request to help a colleague understand how to work with a reporter developing a story. 

But it was his long experience in the New York press corps, says Dunlop, that convinced him the biggest story of his career was the communication dynamic itself.   

"I saw some people I had covered for years become more articulate over time, and not by accident," Dunlop said.  "There were clear patterns that were common to those who did it well."  Those patterns became the basis of Dunlop Media's proprietary PATH™ curriculum. 

Today, Dunlop Media’s mission is to empower more and more people from all walks of life to become effective communicators in the public forum.