USC Annenberg's Career Development Office recently hosted the Annenberg Career Connection, which students called "wonderful" because of the job opportunities that arose from the 43 organizations that attended
Melanie Sill, Pulitzer-Prize winning editor and journalist, will join USC Annenberg this June as Executive in Residence. Since 2007, Sill has served as Editor and Senior Vice President of the Sacramento Bee
In a review of the 100 top-grossing films of 2008, communication professor Stacy Smith (pictured) and researcher Marc Choueti found that Hollywood’s portrayal of females, especially teenage females, continues to come up short.
Steve Rubel, director of insights for Edelman Digital, said at the 21st annual Kenneth Owler Smith Symposium that public relations professionals must understand the media "cloverleaf" comprised of traditional, "tradigital," owned and social media
"Annenberg works in conjunction with such USC divisions as business, engineering and public diplomacy," an April 15 article states. "Labeling USC Annenberg’s School for Communication and Journalism as a simply 'journalism' school, in the traditional sense, diminishes what (Dean Ernest J. Wilson III) and his colleagues are trying to accomplish."
A panel composed of a "super agent" and current and former professional football stars discussed challenges facing the NFL and its players in front of a capacity crowd at the USC Annenberg Institute of Sports, Media, & Society's second speaker series event on April 7 (video of the panel will be available soon).
David C. McCourt, the first-ever USC Annenberg Economist in Residence, arrived on campus Monday and jumped headfirst into a busy four-day schedule that includes a variety of public events, classroom visits, and student, staff and faculty conversations
As part of USC Annenberg’s diversity initiative, the School of Journalism began educating new students this academic year with a “Fault Lines” approach that teaches them to better recognize race, class, gender/sexual orientation, generation and geography when reporting