Every year at the Online News Association conference, twenty collegiate students are selected to participate in a Student Newsroom. This year, USC Annenberg student Meghan Coyle was among them.
In the run up to a presidential election year, the intersection of politics and media becomes more visible than ever. It is that very subject that the newly launched R. Rebecca Donatelli Experts-in-Residence in Political Analysis and Media series aims to spark conversations about.
The Online News Association ’s annual conference, a meeting of digital journalism’s best minds, is coming to Los Angeles Sept. 24-26, and USC Annenberg will be represented in spades.
“It’s an opportunity for us to show some swagger and show the things that we’re doing,” professor...
In a warm, carnival-like atmosphere with candy, games, and colored ice, the annual Taste of Annenberg event welcomed new students with a smorgasbord of free food and opportunities to get involved in clubs and activities.
In April, students received advice from USC Annenberg alum Bill Chandler, senior vice president of global corporate communication at Gap Inc.
The week of June 15-19, USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism held its second annual Summer Institute for Diversity in Culture and Media, a long name for a simple premise: bring together 20 doctoral students from across the country and put them in a room with faculty who study the same subject.
In June USC Annenberg hosted a 10-day program aimed at informing participants about the most recent advancements in communication and teaching them proven techniques in reform implementation, specifically in developing countries. The program was designed and...
Willow Bay, director of the USC Annenberg School of Journalism, has been chosen by the Los Angeles Press Club to receive its highest honor, the Joseph M. Quinn Award for Lifetime Achievement.