Our Journalism (B.A.) students have gone on to work as sports reporters, editorial assistants, contributors, anchors, producers, video journalists and more at renown news outlets around the country. Click here for the full list .
Our Communication (B.A.) students have gone on to work as media planners, account coordinators, marketing assistants, media relations associates, HR advisors
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The current media center fellows are:Lata Pandya, Global City Desk Alejandra Molina, South L.A. Desk Tena Rubio, Radio Desk Shaya Tayefe Mohajer Director of writing and USC Desk
Studio C is a professional-quality on-camera studio for recording, live broadcasting and live web streaming. Using several versatile sets operating out of a relatively small space, students produce talk shows using an interview set, weathercasts and reports using the green screen, and deliver live on-air updates using the built-in touch screens. Annenberg TV News (ATVN), the award-winning live
This professional-quality audio and radio studio comes fully equipped with a deluxe audio mixer and a control room for maximum audio production experience. Radio programs and podcasts are produced here, and there’s even a camera to feature hosts and guests on screen if need be. Students from all over Annenberg use Studio B to create everything from long-form podcasts to the award-winning live
A 360-degree rotating studio designed to be the future of digital production, Studio A allows students to produce on-camera interviews, live or streamed programs, web stories, social media updates and more right on campus — as well as take classes! Various programs are created here by students every single day.