Artist and activist Shepard Fairey joined communication professor Sarah Banet-Weiser for a discussion on art, culture and politics at USC Annenberg on Nov. 4. "It’s very easy to get on the Internet and post blogs or comment, but it does not evoke the same reaction as taking it to the streets," Fairey said.
The Los Angeles Times invited Dean Ernest J. Wilson III to be one of nine local leaders to participate in a panel about the significance of President Barack Obama's inauguration, which Dean Wilson said marks the start of an important change for the United States
Dean Ernest J. Wilson III and journalism professor Joe Saltzman lead a discussion and host a screening of the landmark and award-winning 1968 documentary Black on Black, produced by Saltzman, on Oct. 27
Joe Saltzman, journalism professor and director of The Image of the Journalist in Popular Culture, discussed extensively how investigative reporters are portrayed in movies on National Public Radio's "On the Media" on Aug. 15
Trustee Wallis Annenberg announces $1 million gift to School; Dean Wilson says room 207 will be renamed the Geoffrey Cowan Forum
Timothy Wirth , the former U.S. Senator and Undersecretary of State for Global Affairs who now heads the United Nations Foundation delivered the keynote address at the Walter H. Annenberg Symposium , an annual event presented by the Annenberg School for Communication and the Annenberg Center for Communication at the University of Southern California. Previous speakers have included Gerald Levin , John Warnock , Vartan Gregorian , and John Seely Brown .
Twenty five journalists have been chosen from 22 states to participate as fellows in the first National Endowment for the Arts Journalism Institute in Theater and Musical Theater. Through the generous support of the NEA , the Institute will be organized and conducted by USC Annenbergs School of Journalism from February 21 - March 4, 2005....
World Press Photo , the international exhibition featuring the year's best photojournalism, travels to USC Annenberg in January. The exhibit of more than 200 award-winning photographs opens January 10, 2005. The program will include lectures and discussions with leading scholars and photographers, including Jean-Marc Bouju of...