With our ever-increasing use of social media and digital communication platforms, online privacy is nearly nonexistent.
Jetting to South Africa to spend three months reporting after graduation could seem a daunting prospect for any young journalist, but alumna Diana Crandall (‘15) credits the M.S. Journalism program with preparing her for just about every challenge she faced during her summer internship. Well, everything except cage diving with great white sharks, of course.
Sam Olstein, B.A. in Journalism ’06, is the director of innovation for General Electric, the man behind GE’s new-age marketing campaigns, like Snapchat with Buzz Aldrin, the Emoji Table of Experiments with Bill Nye, and more.
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Carrie Poppy , a member of the first graduating class from USC Annenberg’s...
A USC Annenberg alumna is poised to land her own show with the Travel Channel. And she’s only 25 years old.
Christianne Rojo (Broadcast Journalism, ’12) is one of the top five finalists for the Travel Channel’s 2015 “Travel Channel Star” competition. The contest is designed to discover a new face to host a five-...
Most college football fans dream of the season lasting all year long, but for Ilan Ben-Hanan, B.A. broadcast journalism ‘00 and lifelong Trojan football fan, this year-long season is reality.
It started as a concept on a whiteboard in Pete Carroll’s office, but “Win Forever” has gone far beyond a simple catch phrase. It’s become a process — a lifestyle, even. Perhaps no one embodies this reality more than USC Annenberg alum Yogi Roth, M.S. Journalism, ‘06. Except, in his case, it might be more appropriately stated as “win forever … at everything.”
In a one sentence descriptor, McCullough defines his professional career: “As CEO of Citizen Relations, I am the global leader of a major marketing communications firm.”