The Wrap quoted Professor of Professional Practice Christina Bellantoni, about the news network's plan for a more serious morning show.
The Los Angeles Times spoke with Politics and Communications Professor Dan Schnur on the stakes of the upcoming midterm elections.
CNN featured a study from the USC Annenberg Inclusion Initiative on the portrayal of Muslims in media.
US News & World Report spoke with Professor of Communication Tom Hollihan on the current condition of debates in the United States.
KNX-AM interviewed Nicholas J. Cull, professor of communication, on the first speech given by King Charles III since the passing of his mother.
Professor of Professional Practice Gabriel Kahn was quoted in Poynter about the funding and impact of Crosstown LA.
NPR quoted Stacy L. Smith and reported on the USC Annenberg Inclusion Initiative's study of the portrayal of Muslims on episodic television.
Forbes spoke to Julianna Kirschner, part-time lecturer of communication, about social media’s effects on elections.
Clinical Assistant Professor of Communication Hye Jin Lee was quoted in The Korea Times about a long-standing theory that K-pop girl groups lag behind boy bands in album sales.
Rolling Stone quoted Adjunct Professor Michael Overing for his expert opinion on defamation law.
Inside Higher Ed quoted Allissa Richardson, associate professor of journalism and communication, about her research on the Black community's use of social media to document and produce news.
The Los Angeles Times quoted Daniel Durbin, director of the USC Annenberg Institute of Sports, Media and Society, about the exploration of selling the Angels baseball team.