Jasmine Espy has been named the 2018–19 recipient of the Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE) Fellowship in Film Criticism, a program that supports the next generation of film critics. Espy, who is working toward her master’s in the Specialized Journalism (The Arts) program, started courses this July during the seven-week summer digital news immersion
USC Annenberg students, alumni and faculty honored with L.A. Press Club’s Southern California Journalism Awards
When you put your eye to the viewfinder, aim a microphone or press play on the recorder, your only thought is to get the story — accurately. This year at the 60th Annual Los Angeles Press Club’s SoCal Journalism Awards on June 24, a slew of USC Annenberg students, alumni and even one of our esteemed professors got a bonus — honor and recognition for a job well done.
Mike Baker and Justin Mayo of the Seattle Times have won the 2018 Selden Ring Award for Investigative Reporting for their series “Quantity of Care.”
Jamie Kwong was with her mother, waiting in line at In-N-Out Burger to order lunch, when she got some big news via email. While Kwong described herself as “speechless” in that moment, her mother burst into happy tears.
Journalist Brian Rosenthal, who wrote the 2017 Selden Ring-winning series “Denied” for the Houston Chronicle, related his experience – along with some real-world advice – to USC Annenberg students at a ceremony in his honor.
With news under fire, 2017 Walter Cronkite Awards for Excellence in TV Political Journalism celebrate legitimacy, urgency of quality reporting
With reporters, news media and even the truth under assault, the winners of the 2017 Walter Cronkite Award for Excellence in Television Political Journalism demonstrate that the legacy of the longtime CBS anchor is alive and well.
Brian M. Rosenthal of the Houston Chronicle has won the 2017 Selden Ring Award for Investigative Reporting for his seven-part series revealing that Texas state educators systematically denied special education services to hundreds of thousands of schoolchildren with developmental, intellectual and physical disabilities.
Eight teams of USC graduate students participated in the second annual Global Policy Case Challenge, which invited students from all fields to tackle challenging global issues affecting policymakers today.