In the Annenberg Digital Lounge during spring break, the week of March 13, six students from USC Annenberg and neighboring universities presented non-narrated radio stories to each other after a weeklong project of gathering sound, interviews, writing and reporting.
The Institute for Diversity and Empowerment at Annenberg (IDEA) organized a conversation about Art Activism and Global Solidarity with guests Rushay Booysen and Nora Rahimian on February 21, 2017 at the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism.
Damon Williams and Daniel Kisslinger of the Chicago-based radio program AirGo visited USC Annenberg on Tuesday, Feb. 7, for what was essentially a dialogue about dialogue. The duo explored how facilitating conversation inspires active citizens and shapes the culture of cities and the nation.
Annenberg Youth Academy for Media and Civic Engagement launches this summer, currently seeking applications
This summer, 26 high school students will take part in the Annenberg Youth Academy for Media and Civic Engagement, an intensive, three-week academy designed to expose students to media, technology, communications, journalism, civic engagement and their impact in our society today.
On the eve of the twenty-fifth anniversary of the 1992 civil unrest in Los Angeles, a group of professors at USC have created a collaborative project to examine the relationship between race, the arts, and how they collide to create and influence urban spaces in cities like LA.
RAP (Race, Arts, & Placemaking) is supported by a...
2016 Summer Doctoral Institute for Difference in Media and Culture brings together diverse projects, doctoral students
When USC Annenberg student Joan Miller (Ph.D Communications ‘20) was a young girl, she didn’t see herself represented in cartoons or in geek culture.
Fast forward to a packed room in Wallis Annenberg Hall during the week of June 20, and Miller joined 19 other Ph.D students from...
Sitting in the USC Annenberg Digital Lounge during spring break, Noorhan Maamoon (B.A. Print and Digital Journalism ‘17) asked her mentor Sonia Narang questions about the script for her upcoming radio story. Nearby, other student and mentor pairs worked on laptops, with their headphones on. Cans of Playdoh, yoyo’s and balloons sat at a window sill in the room,to reduce stress.
Professor Miki Turner was tapped to join a panel on CNN Newsroom for a panel discussion on #OscarsSoWhite on January 19, 2016. See video here .
"I think this is an important conversation to have, but I'm not sure how effective a boycott would be against the machine. Someone compared this struggle to Selma and it's apples and oranges. One...