The Guardian spoke to Associate Professor of Journalism and Communication Allissa Richardson about how African American, Latinx, and queer communities created the internet’s language.
Wall Street Journal spoke with Clinical Professor Karen North about Twitter’s fact-checking feature, Community Notes.
The Los Angeles Times spoke with Adjunct Instructor Dan Schnur on Kelly Gonez's victory over Marvin Rodriguez in the LAUSD race.
The Los Angeles Times spoke with Dan Schnur about the midterm elections.
Yahoo News spoke with Clinical Professor Karen North on what a world without Twitter under Elon Musk.
Forbes spoke with Julianna Kirschner, part-time lecturer of communication, about how social media has contributed to the polarization of political discourse.
The Los Angeles Times featured an article by Professor and Chair in Cross-Cultural Communication Josh Kun in a conversation with Chef Roy Choi.
The Christian Science Monitor spoke with Associate Professor Pamela Starr on reforms to the Mexican government made by president Manuel López Obrador.
Fast Company spoke with Anne Framroze, part-time lecturer of communication, about the generational differences in emoji use.
The Wrap spoke with Associate Professor of Professional Practice Miki Turner on Kanye West’s history of antisemitic lyrics.
NPR spoke with Clinical Professor Karen North on how Twitter is more than a social network for journalists.
Washington Post spoke with Clinical Professor Karen North on Elon Musk and Twitter.