Media Highlights

The Wall Street Journal
How Ugg finally got men into its fuzzy boots
November 4, 2019

The Wall Street Journal quoted Robert Kozinets on why brands like influencer marketing.

Los Angeles Times
Pulitzer winner Tim Page on his life as a teenaged filmmaker and documentary subject
October 29, 2019

The Los Angeles Times featured Tim Page on his life, his career as a music critic, and the documentary made about him as a teenage filmmaker.

San Francisco Chronicle
Why California lawmakers won’t overturn veto of a bill they all voted for
October 26, 2019

The San Francisco Chronicle quoted Dan Schnur on why California lawmakers won't overturn Gov. Gavin Newsom's veto of a law they passed.

Associated Press
In Apple TV’s ‘Morning Show,’ women rebel, men misbehave
October 25, 2019

 The Associated Press quoted Mary Murphy on the history of women on television morning shows.

Marketplace
The military-themed video game that never dies comes out today
October 25, 2019

Marketplace quoted Dmitri Williams about the release of the latest Call of Duty game.

NPR
CBS's 'Bob Hearts Abishola' rings true to these Nigerian viewers
October 20, 2019

NPR cited research from the Norman Lear Center on how rarely scripted American television shows reference Africa.

LAist
We got the snack receipts for LA Rec and Park's after-school programs — it's mostly junk
October 17, 2019

LAist featured a study of snack receipts for the 2018-19 school year at six after-school clubs located in different areas of Los Angeles, produced as part of the Center for Health Journalism's 2019 California Fellowship.

Mitú
New study shows that Mexican teenagers are among the most addicted to their cellphones
October 11, 2019

Mitú featured research from USC Annenberg and Common Sense about mobile device use by teens and parents in Mexico and around the world.

Washington Post
From Shake Shack to Starbucks, the Hong Kong-China standoff is proving bad for business
October 8, 2019

The Washington Post quoted Mike Chinoy of the USC U.S.-China Institute on how the Hong Kong-China standoff is affecting businesses.

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