Willow Bay, this year’s recipient of the LA Press Club’s Lifetime Achievement Award, always wanted to be a journalist — it’s just that life took a few detours first.
A dear friend, Frances Kroll Ring, has died at 99. She was a wonderful editor and a teacher at USC Annenberg in the mid-1980s.
Frances not only taught at USC Annenberg for many years, but also was editor of "The Journalist," a magazine featuring School of Journalism faculty publications. She was one of the finest editors around and edited the magazine with a gentle touch, but a firm...
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.
Menus are ostensibly utilitarian objects, enabling patrons to figure out what dishes are available at a restaurant. But in his latest book, “To Live and Dine in L.A.: Menus and the Making of a Modern City” author, curator and USC Annenberg professor...
USC Annenberg celebrated the conferral of bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees to 844 students on May 15, as part of the University of Southern California’s 132nd commencement ceremonies.
Longtime communication professor Peter Monge has been named USC’s top mentor of 2015 by USC Provost Michael Quick. He is the second USC Annenberg professor to earn this distinction in recent years.
Sundance Institute and Women In Film Los Angeles, co-founders of the Female Filmmakers Initiative, unveiled this week research from USC Annenberg’s Media, Diversity, & Social Change Initiative that uncovered a broken pipeline for female filmmakers when it comes to distributing deals and exhibition patterns.
The study first examines what happens to films by both male and female...