Rich Foster "is programs director for the Newseum. He joined the Newseum in 1998 as producer of the 126-foot long Video News Wall. He is a national award-winning broadcast media consultant with more than twenty years of television and video experience. He was director of television and video productions at RF Communications. Foster also served as deputy director and later director of the Labor Institute of Public Affairs. During his tenure, he was executive editor of a one-hour television special, "Working in the 90s," the 1993 Emmy Award-winner for best location documentary for the national capital region. He also has worked for Gannett Co. and "USA TODAY on TV." Foster attended Chicago Loop City College and the College of Notre Dame, Baltimore."