Stories by Jeremy Rosenberg:
USC professor ponders new direction of Tribune Co.
USC Annenberg Professor Gabriel Kahn weighs in on the decision of the Tribune Co. to create a new corporate entity.
USC Annenberg sports expert follows bounces of NBA’s free agency
With the National Basketball Association’s free agency period under way, Jeremy Rosenberg has conducted a Q&A with USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism faculty member Jeff Fellenzer.
USC Annenberg’s Clark Kent, Lois Lane expert reviews Man of Steel
Journalism Professor Joe Saltzman weighs in on the box office hit Man of Steel.
‘Little has changed’ for minorities in film and TV
Following a trio of data-filled presentations that examined the paucity of minorities in key roles and positions inside the film and television industries, communication professor Stacy Smith posed a question to filmmaker Ava DuVernay at a panel discussion held in late March.
USC students do a SOLID for the community
Jacqueline Jackson, a strategic public relations master’s student at the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, has experienced her share of woes while growing up in and around South Los Angeles.
What’s the best way to serve the community?
West Virginians are suffering through an obesity epidemic with some of the nation’s worst statistics when it comes to obesity, diabetes, heart attacks and high blood pressure, among other chronic diseases.
USC’s Center for Health Reporting earns three-year grant
A new three-year, $3.725 million grant from the California HealthCare Foundation will further the work of the CHCF Center for Health Reporting.
Ruben Salazar Project celebrates the journalist’s humanity
Prior to the 1970s, Mexican-American journalist Ruben Salazar was a prominent newspaper columnist for the Los Angeles Times and news director for television station KMEX.
Olympics expert looks back at London Games
The athletes weren’t the only people working hard and setting records during the London Olympic Games. Lecturer Alan Abrahamson also put in long hours in the British capital.
Neon Tommy shines at Los Angeles Press Club Awards
Journalists from Neon Tommy, USC’s online news source, won big at the Los Angeles Press Club’s 54th annual Southern California Journalism Awards.
Shriver, Amanpour deliver commencement addresses to USC Annenberg graduates
As part of USC’s 129th Commencement ceremonies, the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism celebrated the conferral of bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees to 872 students today.
Olympic heads speak at USC Annenberg conference
An overflow crowd of more than 300 people gathered at Town & Gown on Feb. 15 for back-to-back conversations worthy of the citius, altius, fortius, or “swifter, higher, stronger” Olympic motto.
Journalism Project Slated for Sundance Film Festival
An experimental immersive journalism project that began at the USC Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism has been selected to appear at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival.
Online communication master’s program set to launch in fall
USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism is set to launch an online version of its Master of Communication Management program.