Sarah Wolfson is a communication specialist at the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism.
Stories by Sarah Wolfson:
This former MTV host went back to school and embraced the fundamentals of journalism
After a decade of producing and hosting multiple TV shows, Aliya Jasmine was ready for a change. The specialized master’s program at USC Annenberg has helped her break new journalistic ground.
How letters to and from an incarcerated father became an intimate audio documentary
Melissa Dueñas grew up writing to her father in prison. Now, the USC Annenberg student has turned those letters to and from her dad into a very personal project that experiments with the audio form.
USC Annenberg’s León Krauze, Mexico presidential debate moderator, talks politics
On Sunday, he’ll be the first Mexican journalist living in the U.S. to moderate such a debate. He discusses what’s at stake for the candidates — and the Mexican voters.
Digital journalist jumped on multiple opportunities at USC Annenberg
Sebastian Vega worked on both sides of the multimedia news business, as a content creator and a manager.
USC Annenberg interns to take part in Winter Olympic Games for the first time
Trojans will get firsthand experience with sports media industries and world cultures in and around South Korea.
NBC’s Lester Holt offers insight into fake news and hosting a debate with Trump
The anchor sits down with USC Annenberg Dean Willow Bay for a revealing hourlong conversation.
USC Annenberg students capture the human experience on L.A.’s Skid Row
Trojans examine local, state and federal policies that affect the housing, health, income and safety of the city’s homeless.