The online program will match the on-campus version in several ways, through its course offerings, instructors and overall standards, according to faculty and staff members involved in the program's preparation
Truthdig has now won four Webby Awards in five years. It was founded by communication professor Robert Scheer and alumna Zuade Kaufman.
The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) announced that Ashley Michelle Williams (B.A. Broadcast and Digital Journalism) is the recipient of its Student Journalist of the Year Award.
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
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.
Five students in the Master's Program in Public Diplomacy returned to USC Annenberg recently from a two-week trip to Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam and other Southeast Asian cities. While abroad, the students conducted research in their respective areas of interest
The USC Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism announced this week that applications are now being accepted for Knight Grants for Reporting on Religion and American Public Life.
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