Familiar faces joined new ones as alumni, faculty and students celebrated the 20th anniversary of the student-produced broadcast Annenberg TV News (ATVN) in a packed lobby of more than 200 people at Wallis Annenberg Hall.
Since the USC Annenberg media center opened in 2014, the 22,000-square-foot, glass-walled production hub has helped students create a flood of inspired multimedia content. With its recording studios, cameras, control rooms and green screens, the center seems to have everything an aspiring storyteller could want.
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... Read more
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... Read more
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.Read more
A quick look at Sebastian Vega’s Instagram page tells you a lot about this broadcast and digital journalism student who is set to graduate on May 11.
Starting Friday, December 15, Snapchat will begin distributing and showing bilingual content created by USC Annenberg students who are part of the student-run Latinx media brand Dímelo.
Black ink. Minimalist. Small-scale. Junior Jordan Winters’ photo essay focuses on the millennial tattoo culture and aesthetic, including portraits of USC students paired with reflections on why they chose to get inked.