The Nation's Edge of Sports podcast spoke with Ben Carrington about the big structural issues facing college athletics.
Yahoo! News published a story from Agence France-Presse quoting Mary Murphy about the broad appeal of the cable TV series Yellowstone.
In an article about the portrayal of Colombia in the film Encanto, Billboard cited research from the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative on the low percentage of Latino characters in top films.
In an article about 2021's animated films featuring a diverse array of cultures, Variety referenced research from the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative that showed low representation of Latino and Asian characters in top films.
KFI-AM cited statistics from Crosstown, a nonprofit news organization based at USC Annenberg, on the number of homicides in Los Angeles last year.
The Associated Press published an obituary of Michael Parks, former director of USC Annenberg's School of Journalism and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist.
The Los Angeles Times published an obituary of Michael Parks, former director of USC Annenberg's School of Journalism, Pulitzer Prize-winning foreign correspondent, and former editor of the Times.
LAist cited research from the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative on the underrepresentation of women in the field of film visual effects.
Authority Magazine cited the work of the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative in a profile of musician Amy Crawford.
NPR spoke with Mary Murphy about how the film and television industries view recent reforms at the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA). "There's so many relationships in Hollywood they [the HFPA] have to repair," Murphy said.
Entertainment Weekly spoke with Mary Murphy about the Golden Globes' return. "There were moments in every show that became funny media legends," she said, "[but] I'm not sure it had any real impact on who won an Oscar."
Radio New Zealand cited research from the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative on the low representation of Latinos in top films, both on and off camera.