The Dallas Morning News published a book review by Philip Seib of The Brink, a book about President Reagan and the nuclear war scare of 1983.
AdWeek quoted Burghardt Tenderich on dealing with difficult clients.
The Sydney Morning Herald cited research by the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative on the gender imbalance among major Hollywood feature film directors in a review of “The Spy Who Dumped Me.”
KPCC-FM's FilmWeek mentioned the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative in a roundtable discussion and podcast about the lack of diversity in film journalism.
The New York Times highlighted research by Stacy Smith, Marc Choueiti, Katherine Pieper and colleagues from the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative on the underrepresentation of women and minorities in the entertainment industry. See also: “Marketplace,” CBC Radio Canada and ABC News (Australia).
KPCC-FM's Take Two interviewed Clayton Dube of the USC Annenberg School's U.S.-China Institute on how a trade war with China may affect Los Angeles’ economy.
ESPN's The Undefeated mentioned research by Stacy Smith, Marc Choueiti and Katherine Pieper of the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative that tracked the gender and race of performers, writers and producers.
USA Today references Stacy Smith and a new report by the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative in a piece about the lack of diversity in the film industry. See also: The Verge, CNN Money, Bustle, ABC News, the Hollywood Reporter, Entertainment Weekly and Vanity Fair.
Karen North is quoted in a Los Angeles Times article about Facebook’s announcement that it had again been targeted by a political influence campaign.
An article in Forbes mentions Stacy Smith in discussing swimmer Simone Manuel’s contract with swimwear brand TYR, which contains an inclusion rider.
A CNET article on cosplay-repair volunteers at Comic-Con quotes Henry Jenkins on how fandom brings together people with unique skills.
Jonathan Taplin is quoted in an article about the prospect of breaking up big tech firms.