Salon featured studies by Safiya Noble on Google's blind spots regarding search results. The information in those results is manipulated through an algorithm, Noble said.
The Wall Street Journal mentioned research by USC Annenberg on the underrepresentation of elderly characters in TV series.
Just Jared Jr. mentioned the USC Annenberg School's Norman Lear Center in a story about the topic of gun safety in a Disney Channel TV series.
Slate quoted Roberto Suro about voting patterns by Hispanics in the midterm election.
The Philadelphia Inquirer mentioned USC Annenberg's Center for Health Journalism in a story on midterm election campaigns.
Billboard mentioned that the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative helped curate an upcoming panel on whether the music touring business needs an inclusion rider.
The New York Times interviews Tim Page, who verified that the score Glenn Gould used for his second recording of Bach's "Goldberg" Variations is authentic.
Roberto Suro writes in the Washington Post that Democrats have failed to offer a meaningful alternative to President Trump's immigration policies during the midterm election cycle.
Slate interviewed Roberto Suro about the Latino vote and the midterm election.
Forbes mentioned research by the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative on the underrepresentation of women in entertainment.
BBC mentioned research by the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative on the underrepresentation of women in entertainment.