PublicBooks.org shared a review of Professor of Communication Christina Dunbar-Hester's new book Oil Beach.
New York Times spoke with Clinical Professor of Communication Karen North about the lack of legal protections for child influencers’ earnings.
Essence spoke with Professor of Journalism Robert Kozinets about USC Annenberg's influencer relations course.
The OC Register spoke with Associate Professor of Communication Taj Frazier about a collaboration with multimedia artist Ben Caldwell on a hybrid biography and monograph titled “KAOS Theory.”
Discussion of whether employees should be able to choose their own boss at the workplace with USC Annenberg’s Marlon Twyman II.
Variety spoke with Clinical Professor of Communication David Craig about the future of streaming news services and what different companies want to get from their streaming platforms.
Spectrum News 1 spoke with Clinical Professor of Communication Dan Durbin about a recent proposal to include flag football in the 2028 Los Angeles Olympics.
KCAL spoke with Adjunct Instructor Dan Schnur about the second Republican Party debate and the performance of each candidate.
The Neiman Lab featured an article that was co-authored by Associate Professor of Communication and Journalism Mike Ananny about how Generative AI systems act like “stochastic parrots,” using statistical models to guess word orders and pixel placements being incompatible with a free press that commands its own words.
The Hollywood Reporter mentioned the Hollywood Health & Society’s Do the Write Thing program's upcoming mixer to promote unheard voices in Hollywood.
The New York Times spoke with Clinical Professor of Communication Daniel Durbin about Taylor Swift’s popularity and how other celebrities have benefited from being associated with her.
The Sacramento Bee spoke with Clinical Professor of Communication and Journalism and Director of the School of Journalism Gordon Stables about the upcoming debate between Gavin Newsom and Ron DeSantis in November and how audiences will watch.