Tina Vennegaard is a senior advisor to the USC Annenberg Center for Public Relations, a think tank and resource for the $14 billion global PR industry. Previously, she served as managing director responsible for strategic planning, research, special projects, industry partnerships and communications outreach, including for the Center's annual flagship... Read more
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.
MIT professor Sherry Turkle – scholar and critic of technology’s impact, public intellectual and bestselling author – is the recipient of the 2017 Everett M. Rogers Award.
On December 1, 2016, a group of public relations visionaries came together at Wallis Annenberg Hall to discuss the single greatest threat facing their profession. Fred Cook, director for the USC Annenberg Center for Public Relations and CEO of Golin, offered that warning as he moderated an event marking the inaugural release of the center's Relevance Report. Curated by CPR, the unique...
On December 1, 2016, a group of public relations visionaries came together at Wallis Annenberg Hall to discuss the single greatest threat facing their profession: irrelevance.
"Things are changing really fast," said Fred Cook , director of the USC Annenberg...
The Critical Media Project (CMP)
Led by Professor Alison Trope, the Critical Media Project is designed to serve high school instructors and other educators who seek to incorporate media literacy into the classroom. The site contains a wide range of media artifacts that explore the politics of identity... Read more
Irene Bischofberger is the Lead Research Assistant for the Global Communications Report . She is responsible for creating the survey on Qualtrics, distributing it to over 1,000 participants, conducting data analysis and helping create presentations of the results. In addition to working for the USC Center For Public Relations, Irene... Read more