CBS News Los Angeles affiliate KCBS-TV featured research by Crosstown, a partnership between the USC Annenberg and USC Viterbi, that found homicides in L.A. are up 20% over last year, while the overall crime rate has decreased during the pandemic.
The Hill quoted Dan Schnur on President Trump's October fundraising event in Orange County.
The Los Angeles Times quoted Dan Schnur on why President Trump would make an October campaign stop in California.
The Wall Street Journal featured Karen North on the issues with news aggregation apps. "When we look for any kind of information to be curated for us, we gravitate toward things that already agree with our predetermined notions," she said.
The Wall Street Journal featured Mike Ananny on social media companies deciding to become fact-checkers. "When Facebook and Twitter are in the business of deciding what journalistic content should appear on its networks, they're not a neutral channel," he said.
LAist quoted Hernan Galperin on the lack of broadband internet access in low-income communities.
Wired quoted Morten Bay on Facebook's new rules regarding political advertising.
CNN cited research from the Norman Lear Center examining how immigrants are portrayed on television.
Forbes cited research from the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative on the percentage of female producers on the year-end music charts.
Mike Ananny co-authored a piece in Wired calling on Twitter to check and flag tweets from the President.
The Christian Science Monitor cited research from the Norman Lear Center on how Africa is depicted on television.
ABC News Los Angeles affiliate KABC-TV featured Gordon Stables on the influence of televised debates on the American electorate.