KABC-AM 790 featured research from the Crosstown project, a collaboration between USC Annenberg and the USC Viterbi School, on crime reports in Los Angeles involving homeless people and the mentally ill.
Vice quoted David Craig on how established celebrities have begun posting on YouTube to appear more authentic.
The New York Times featured research by Stacy Smith and the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative that shows Latino representation in film lags significantly behind the U.S. population. Additional coverage was found on Vice and ABC News Los Angeles affiliate KABC-TV.
The Associated Press featured research by Stacy Smith and the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative that shows Latino representation in film lags significantly behind the U.S. population. The findings were also featured in The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, ABC News, Chicago Tribune, The Seattle Times, Market Watch, Yahoo News, and Variety.
CBS News quoted Karen North of about the lack of labor laws for child social media influencers.
Spectrum 1 News' Inside The Issues with Alex Cohen featured an interview with Josh Kun on his new book, The Autograph Book of L.A.: Improvements On The Page of The City, which Kun wrote in collaboration with the Los Angeles Public Library.
CBS quoted Karen North about the implications of children becoming social media influencers.
The Los Angeles Daily News featured Crosstown in a story on crime levels decreasing at Los Angeles school campuses. The study found "there were 2,014 crimes reported at school campuses in the city during the 2018-19 school year, a 10.1% drop from the previous year."
The Los Angeles Times quoted Nicholas Cull on how CEOs are trying to reverse negative perceptions of them. “There seems to be a concern among the CEOs that they’re becoming the bad guys,” Cull said.
As part of the Beacon Project, USC Annenberg's summer reporting internship program, LAist published a student-authored article analyzing USC's responses to recent issues, including student health, admissions, the medical school, the business school and athletics.
As part of the Beacon Project, USC Annenberg's summer reporting internship program, BuzzFeed News published a student-authored article investigating allegations against a former doctor at USC's student health center.
The Washington Post quoted Clayton Dube of the U.S.-China Institute on how Chinese officials are attempting to manipulate news about the Hong Kong protests.