The COVID-19 pandemic may have changed the moviegoing experience in significant ways, but it did not result in greater inclusion for marginalized groups. A new report maps where there has been progress—and where there hasn’t—across the most popular films from the last year....
Mental health is on the minds of medical professionals, policymakers, parents, and advocates these days. Yet a new study reveals that one area where little has changed for mental health is popular movies.
To learn how Gen Z consumes media, the USC Center for Public Relations and Day One Agency go right to the source
For Gen Z, social media is viewed as both a mood and energy regulator. Their cellphone scrolling habits provide entertainment and escape and the idea of prioritizing a specific time slot for audience tune-in is becoming irrelevant.
Interested in Gen Z’s information consumption habits, USC Annenberg’s Center for Public...
USC Annenberg Center for Health Journalism provides training and grants to 19 California journalists
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Sixteen journalists from around the nation are at the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism this week to take part in the Center for Health Journalism’s 2018 Data Fellowship. The highly selective program, which began Oct. 17, helps reporters gain investigative data skills through an intensive four-day series of workshops. It also provides six months of one-on-one mentoring — guided by some of the best data journalists in the country — and grants of $2,000–$4,000 to help underwrite reporting.
Talking computers have been a science fiction staple since at least the days of the original Star Trek series. Now that digital assistants that respond to voice commands are firmly in the realm of science fact, a recent study suggests that this technology has some very enthusiastic users who might have watched the warp-driven adventures of the U.S.S. Enterprise when they first aired in the 1960s.
The Center for Health Journalism will welcome 22 journalists from around the nation on July 22 to the University of Southern California Annenberg School of Journalism.