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When USC’s leadership began its serious push into online education, USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism Professor Rebecca Weintraub was at the front of the line.
When Army Maj. Mike Nicholson applied for admission to the online Master of Communication Management program at USC Annenberg, he knew he might soon receive orders to deploy to Afghanistan.
Zachary Katz, chief of staff of the Federal Communications Commission, has been appointed a senior fellow of the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism’s Center on Communication Leadership & Policy.
Michael Parks, USC Annenberg School for Communications and Journalism professor, who led the School of Journalism from 2001 to 2008, will return to the helm in mid-June as interim director.
How do we measure the impact of media and journalism on the world around us? In what ways does news engage diverse audiences?
A new survey shows significant differences in the way millennials think, compared to older users of the Internet.
A scientific diver, Johanna Holm of the USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Scienes has become a “transmedia storyteller.”
The USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism’s Online Journalism Review offers a newly redesigned website that Editor Brian Frank said better reflects the site’s content and commentary.
New findings about behavior involving mobile devices confirm what frustrated parents, supervisors and teachers already believed: Many Americans said that using a cellphone — or even its presence — during a meal, a meeting or in the classroom is not appropriate.
The USC Annenberg Innovation Lab has released three new reports that aim to serve as teaching and learning guides for K-12 teachers and administrators.