On Wednesday, February 25, USC Annenberg officially announced the naming of the Media Center to be The Julie Chen/Leslie Moonves & CBS. For three days a black curtain hung in the Media Center, intriguing students and making them wonder what could it be? Curious students took to social media in order to make their guesses.
Throughout the academic year, the Hearst Journalism Awards host 15 different monthly competitions in writing, photojournalism, television, radio and multimedia.
Alex Gold, a second year Master’s of Strategic Public Relations student, is working from the inside out, helping the editorial staff at Neon Tommy create strategies for promoting stories through social media.
About 50 Annenberg alumni mentors and current student mentees attended a dinner event at Wallis Annenberg Hall, where USC Marshall Associate Professor of Clinical Management Dr. Sharoni Little guest spoke about the nature of mentorship relationships. Little led the program, titled “Building, Leveraging and Maximizing Relationships,” which included an exercise in which mentors and...
The Huffington Post this week launched “What’s Working,” an editorial initiative to double down on coverage of positive stories and solutions. The project includes a challenge from Arianna Huffington to the students of USC Annenberg.
Those who meet the challenge will have their work published by The Huffington Post.
In its first semester in operation, the USC Annenberg Media Center has been running like the newsroom it was intended to be, thanks largely to student journalists like Ani Ucar, who serves as the news director forNeon Tommy.