The Atlantic featured an article by Marc Ambinder on the need for the government to listen to its "doomsday planners" and prepare for issues that could be as crippling as this pandemic.
KPCC-FM interviewed David Craig about Instagram testing potential new revenue streams, including ads on IGTV.
USA Today quoted Karen North on President Trump's executive order against social media companies.
Communication management master's student Ernest Owens wrote an Op-Ed in The New York Times on how social distancing has offered a respite from racism in his daily life.
The Washington Post published a letter to Joe Biden advocating for public schools that was signed by 215 public education advocates, including USC Annenberg faculty members Larry Gross, Christina Dunbar-Hester and Miki Taylor.
Flare cited the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative's 2019 study on women in the music industry in an article about Lana Del Rey's recent controversial Instagram post.
Newsweek quoted Christina Bellantoni on the rise of network news during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Philadelphia Inquirer quoted Diane Winston on the lack of evidence that a religious revival is at hand in the United States.
The Washington Post quoted Gabriel Kahn on pandemic-driven layoffs at digital media companies.
U.S. News & World Report quoted Morley Winograd of the USC Annenberg Center on Communication Leadership & Policy about the growing impact of female voters on Democratic wins.
Agence France-Presse quoted Dmitri Williams on the phenomenon of musicians holding virtual concerts through video games because of coronavirus-related restrictons on large gatherings.
Mary Murphy and Michele Willens co-wrote an article for the Wrap on whether the Troubadour and other small live-music venues will be able to recover after the coronavirus crisis.