Avoid rules and encourage independent decision-making. Establish transparency, seek excellence and be innovative. These core values are grounded in the Netflix ethos and brand philosophy.
The Trojan Debate Squad, USC’s oldest chartered student organization, is gaining momentum. It teaches critical analysis and reasoned argument during an era of trolls and “fake news.”
Back in 2008, NBC drew a massive audience for the Olympic Summer Games in Beijing. Approximately 30 million viewers tuned in each night plus millions more on its cable channels, and more than 30 million unique visitors engaged with its Olympics website and shared videos from the coverage streamed online.
The U.S.-led boycott of the 1980 Moscow Olympics kept Alan Abrahamson from covering the Games. He had just earned his undergraduate journalism degree from Northwestern University and had prepared by studying Russian
For the first time in its history, the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism has won the prestigious PRO-AM Student Award, as part of the Online News Association’s Online Journalism Awards.
Black ink. Minimalist. Small-scale. Junior Jordan Winters’ photo essay focuses on the millennial tattoo culture and aesthetic, including portraits of USC students paired with reflections on why they chose to get inked.
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.
A slate of USC Annenberg students, competing with their peers as well as professional journalists across Southern California, were recognized by the Los Angeles Press Club at its 59th annual awards ceremony on Sunday, June 25.