Nicco Mele, author, social media pioneer and digital strategist, has been named the Wallis Annenberg Chair in Journalism, the USC Annenberg School of Journalism announced today.
The summit delved into topics ranging from the ethnic diversity within the entertainment industry to making content that speaks to and reflects the changing demographics in this country.
“Quoted” gathers a selection of the week’s news stories featuring and written by USC Annenberg’s leadership, faculty, staff and others.
Virtual reality technology is the next big thing in American journalism, and it’s also of interest to content creators around the world, as USC Annenberg professor Vince Gonzales found on a recent trip to Europe.
After speaking about digital storytelling at the USC Annenberg...
After starting his academic career at USC Annenberg 15 years ago, professor Hernán Galperin has recently returned from Universidad de San Andrés in Argentina, where he founded and directed the Centro de Tecnología y Sociedad. His research focuses on online labor markets, digital inclusion and telecom regulation in Latin America.
Over the summer, USC Annenberg professor Andrea Hollingshead was appointed Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs and Research.
In 2007, USC Annenberg professor and notable digital journalist Robert Hernandez attended his first Online News Association conference. Eight years later, he’s a board member and co-chair of the 2015 ONA conference.