With recent USC Annenberg faculty additions who specialize in China, new research on China’s communication industry will provide insight on the pressing issues the country must tackle.
After starting his academic career at USC Annenberg 15 years ago, professor Hernán Galperin has recently returned from Universidad de San Andrés in Argentina, where he founded and directed the Centro de Tecnología y Sociedad. His research focuses on online labor markets, digital inclusion and telecom regulation in Latin America.
New study reveals women filmmakers are on unequal footing from the start of their careers.
Do recent security breaches at major American companies shake the confidence among American consumers?
City government data is a vital public resource that can be used to solve problems and improve quality of life, but there is a widening gap between Los Angeles County cities that are making important data available to the public in useful ways and those that are not. This and other findings are detailed in a comprehensive new report, Empowering the Public...
With sweets leading the way, food has starring role on U.S. television according to findings from the USC Annenberg School’s Norman Lear Center.
The Health Journalism Fellowships at USC Annenberg announced journalism awards totaling more than $64,000 to support investigative and explanatory reporting projects on vulnerable children and community health.
Twenty-one journalists from around the nation will receive reporting grants from the new...