Since the launch of the long-form documentary program Impact in 2001, the show’s USC Annenberg undergraduate and graduate student journalists have given viewers an in-depth look at stories happening in and around the region. Now, they’re about to reach an even wider audience.
Since the USC Annenberg media center opened in 2014, the 22,000-square-foot, glass-walled production hub has helped students create a flood of inspired multimedia content. With its recording studios, cameras, control rooms and green screens, the center seems to have everything an aspiring storyteller could want.
Daniel Tran (M.S. Journalism '16) speaks about his first three months at USC Annenberg.
A timeline of USC Annenberg's state-of-the-art Media Center in Wallis Annenberg Hall.
USC Annenberg launched an all-new website, created in partnership with The Washington Post’s technology team, to feature digital content produced by the school’s student-run multimedia news organization.
The new JEDI desk (short for Journalism and Emerging Digital Innovation), stationed in the Julie Chen/Leslie Mooves and CBS Media Center at USC Annenberg, had their first video go viral last semester.
In this Flickr album, a selection of behind-the-scenes images show students in the Media Center hard at work.
USC Annenberg and USC Viterbi launch unique partnership to build a new generation of integrated media professionals
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