During half-time at the Nov. 29 sold-out Lakers vs. Warriors game, two USC Annenberg students, James Thomas McDaniels ’18 and Jackson Safon ’18, received the 2017 Chick Hearn Memorial Scholarship in a center court ceremony. They were joined by members of the Hearn family and USC Annenberg Dean Willow Bay.
“There’s lot of great investigative reporting going on right now. There’s a lot of unprecedented things happening in government, which are making for some really fascinating stories. But all eyes are on us in a way that’s never been before,” said veteran newsman Lester Holt to a packed forum in Wallis Annenberg Hall on Nov. 16.
The leading global research and advocacy think tank directed by Professor Stacy L. Smith at USC Annenberg today announced the launch of the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative. Building on the success of the groundbreaking Media, Diversity & Social Change Initiative, a driving force in the effort for more diversity both...
USC journalism students learned about what it takes to break into their future careers in media.
Contribution also will fund new debate programming and fellowships at USC Annenberg
Brit Wigintton has been named the 2017–18 recipient of the Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE) Fellowship, a program that supports the next generation of film critics. Wigintton begins her studies this fall in USC Annenberg’s master of arts journalism program, the foremost graduate degree of entertainment and culture storytellers.
Broadcast journalist finding success by connecting with people