Deutsche Welle (Germany) cited research from the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative on the level of diversity in digital and television series compared to films.
Al Jazeera quoted Jennifer Floto about the gender gap among leaders of top companies and how it is only improving slowly.
Spectrum News 1 cited research led by Hernan Galperin and Francois Bar of USC Annenberg and Annette Kim of USC Price into the disparity in broadband access among different neighborhoods in Los Angeles.
New York Magazine's Vulture website cited research from the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative on the lack of opportunities for female directors in the entertainment industry.
The New York Times (in an Associated Press story) quoted Dan Schnur on the importance of California's Democratic presidential primary.
Lancaster Online cited research by Marty Kaplan that found an average of 22 seconds of 30-minute local news broadcasts are dedicated to local government coverage.
Yahoo! mentioned the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative and its partnership with Kering and Cannes Film Festival.
Curbed LA mentioned research from the Crosstown project on traffic in the Los Angeles region.
NBC News cited research from the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative on the underrepresentation of Latinos and Hispanics in popular films.
BBC cited research from the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative on the lack of opportunities for women in the country music industry.
KFI-AM cited comments by Karen North on whether hiding likes on Instagram will affect how people interact with the platform.
LAist highlighted research from the Crosstown project, which found traffic on Los Angeles-area freeways has gotten progressively worse over the past several years.