The Virginia Communications Hall of Fame inducted 14 communications standouts, three of them posthumously, during a ceremony April 12 at the John Marshall in Richmond. Here, the inductees or family representatives lined up for a photo before the ceremony began. Television journalist Roger Mudd, one of the inaugural inductees in 1986, served as emcee. This is the 25th anniversary of the Hall of Fame, which is sponsored by VCU’s School of Mass Communications
. Additional details about this year’s inductees may be found here
. Photo by Mike Porter, VCU Office of Communications and Public Relations.