Media Highlights

The New York Times
White House hopefuls swarm rival's home turf of California
May 12, 2019

The New York Times (in an Associated Press story) quoted Dan Schnur on the importance of California's Democratic presidential primary.

Lancaster Online
Local newspapers inform and protect
May 12, 2019

Lancaster Online cited research by Marty Kaplan that found an average of 22 seconds of 30-minute local news broadcasts are dedicated to local government coverage.

Kering, Cannes Film Festival Renew Women in Motion Program
May 7, 2019

Yahoo! mentioned the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative and its partnership with Kering and Cannes Film Festival.

Five years after Sepulveda Pass widening, travel times on the 405 keep getting worse
May 6, 2019

Curbed LA mentioned research from the Crosstown project on traffic in the Los Angeles region.

Garth Brooks on country's gender bias: 'We don't have enough female voices'
May 3, 2019

BBC cited research from the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative on the lack of opportunities for women in the country music industry.

NBC News
A superhero movie with an all-Latino cast, 'El Chicano' aims to make its mark
May 3, 2019

NBC News cited research from the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative on the underrepresentation of Latinos and Hispanics in popular films.

Instagram is testing new feature that hides your likes
May 2, 2019

KFI-AM cited comments by Karen North on whether hiding likes on Instagram will affect how people interact with the platform.

It's not just you, LA's freeways have gotten slower since 2015
May 2, 2019

LAist highlighted research from the Crosstown project, which found traffic on Los Angeles-area freeways has gotten progressively worse over the past several years.

Instagram is testing hiding your likes
April 30, 2019

CNN quoted Karen North on whether eliminating likes on Instagram will improve people's perceptions of self-worth when comparing themselves to others on social media.

If you depend on Amazon reviews before buying something, be careful
April 29, 2019

NBC News Los Angeles affiliate KNBC-TV interviewed Karen North on how sellers are gaming Amazon's review system.