The Boston Globe quoted Dan Schnur on the Electoral College certifying President-elect Joe Biden's victory.
Forbes cited research from the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative on the low percentage of recent popular songs written by women.
Wired featured an Op-Ed co-written by Dmitri Williams on harassment in video game culture. "This behavior has significant, long-term negative effects on players, especially those who do not fall into the stereotypical gamer demographic of young white males," they wrote.
The Los Angeles Times featured Dan Schnur on state politics in California. "The joke in California politics is that this is a two-party state — it's just that they're both Democratic parties," he said.
The Conversation featured commentary by Hernan Galperin of USC Annenberg and Stephen Aguilar of USC Rossier on how remote learning is exacerbating learning inequalities.
KPCC-FM's Take Two featured Dan Schnur on the backlash against elected officials breaking their own COVID-19 restrictions. He was also quoted in Bloomberg.
BYU Radio interviewed Sandy Tolan about the young readers' edition of his book The Lemon Tree.
Robert Kozinets wrote an article for The Conversation on his research into how the term "socialism" is used on social media.
MSNBC featured an op-ed by Marc Ambinder on the ineffectiveness of federal coronavirus adviser Scott Atlas' recommended response to the pandemic.
In an article about Selena: The Series on Netflix, Vice cited research from the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative on how Latinx characters are presented on TV and in movies.
CBS News Los Angeles affiliate KCBS-TV featured research by Crosstown, a partnership between USC Annenberg and USC Viterbi, on the increase in masked crimes during the pandemic.