USC Annenberg announced the launch of a long-term initiative that will increase access to cutting-edge journalism education and professional development for people from diverse ethnic and socio-economic backgrounds.
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.
The Los Angeles Press Club recently announced the finalists for the 57th SoCal Journalism Awards 2015, and USC Annenberg's student outlets have a total of 55 nominations. Their nominations are so expansive, in some categories USC Annenberg students are competing against one another.
Courtesy of Will Federman Amid half-filled moving boxes, cat shelves lining the walls, and the company of three cats, Will Federman — a recent journalism graduate of USC Annenberg — recalls his two-year stay at USC.
His is an unconventional tale of perseverance, which began with rejection.
“USC accepted me, but Annenberg rejected my...
The hub of digital media production and education at USC Annenberg – the state-of-the-art Media Center of the new Wallis Annenberg Hall – is now named for alumna Julie Chen, Leslie Moonves and CBS, the school announced.
At USC Annenberg, we don’t just cover the news, we make it. In this special edition of “Quoted” we’ve gathered a selection of news stories on the new name of the Media Center, including coverage of the naming ceremony on February 25.
On Wednesday, February 25, USC Annenberg officially announced the naming of the Media Center to be The Julie Chen/Leslie Moonves & CBS. For three days a black curtain hung in the Media Center, intriguing students and making them wonder what could it be? Curious students took to social media in order to make their guesses.