The issue of federal “net neutrality” — requiring internet providers to allow high-speed access to all content, rather than favoring their own content — remains one of the most hotly debated questions in the world of communications policy. But what about those communities that are still struggling to gain access to the internet at all?
The USC Center of Public Diplomacy’s Jay Wang weighs in on how technology is changing the rules of policymaking.
Two years ago, Twitter wasn’t the primary place to read the official statements of the president of the United States — but with Donald Trump, it is.
Ever wanted to write about food for a living? USC Annenberg alumna Jenn Harris, senior food editor at the Los Angeles Times, tells us how her master’s in journalism helped get her a seat at the table.
James Comey praises free press and offers no regrets during impromptu visit to Annenberg’s Media Center
The former FBI chief encouraged USC’s student journalists to seek truth and report the facts.
Former FBI Director James Comey paid a surprise visit to Annenberg Media’s newsroom Monday morning while on his way to give a guest lecture at the journalism school.
“I seem these days always to be in search of what is affirming,” said Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. “I am desperately drawn to what is meaningful, what is human, what is beautiful.”
The Center for Investigative Reporting’s Reveal wins 2019 Selden Ring Award for Investigative Reporting
Emmanuel Martinez and Aaron Glantz of the Center for Investigative Reporting’s Reveal have won the 2019 Selden Ring Award for Investigative Reporting for their multi-part series “Kept Out,” which uncovered widespread discrimination in home lending throughout the United States
Jordan Winters, B.A. Broadcast and Digital Journalism and Political Science’19, speaks about her semester spent studying abroad in Hong Kong, S.A.R.
5 Minutes with Eunjin Kim
Television advertising is constantly evolving to create connections with potential consumers. One recent trend has been away from the traditional second-person type of commercial, where the actors pitch directly to the viewer, toward a third-person approach, where the actors tell a story. What’s behind this trend toward more narrative advertising, does it work, and why?