Newsweek quoted Dmitri Williams on why classifying gaming addiction as a mental health disorder is not helpful when trying to find solutions to the problem.
The Associated Press story quoted Judy Muller about reporting on special counsel Robert Mueller's comments.
InStyle mentioned research from the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative on diversity in the film industry.
AdWeek cited research from the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative on the lack of diversity in the music industry.
The Eastsider featured research from the Crosstown Project, a collaboration between the USC Annenberg and USC Viterbi, on crime rates in Los Angeles during the first quarter of 2019.
The Associated Press quoted Tim Page about the new conductor for the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra.
NBC News cited research by Hernan Galperin of the about the proportion of households in South Los Angeles that have an internet connection.
Voice of America noted that Laura Castañeda assisted with an audit of U.S. broadcasting to Cuba.
KPCC-FM's AirTalk interviewed Dan Schnur as part of a panel discussion on whether Americans are ready for an atheist in the Oval Office.
BigThink quoted Jonathan Taplin on why the government should break up the big tech companies.
Newsweek published an op-ed by Diane Winston on how great stories engage viewers' minds and may change assessments of everyday decisions.