Associated Press receives Selden Ring Award for probe of seafood produced by slaves
The investigation prompts reforms and the release of people held captive in abject surroundings.
USC Annenberg launches new site powered by The Washington Post
The site serves as the primary publishing outlet for the school’s student-led multimedia teams.
Social media expert Nicco Mele named new Wallis Annenberg Chair
The former Los Angeles Times deputy publisher will draw on digital and traditional media experience in his USC Annenberg post.
USC Annenberg, Viterbi schools form unique partnership
Two new programs will give students a mix of communications and technological skills, finding new ways to deliver news.
CEO takes the reins of USC’s Strategic Public Relations Center
It’s the first time the center has been led by a standing chief executive officer.
USC Annenberg Summer Institute prioritizes the study of diversity
Doctoral students from around the country spend a week with USC and visiting faculty.
Scholarship recipient to enter unique film-criticism program
Monica Castillo will study at USC’s journalism and film schools, and be mentored by LA Times movie critic Kenneth Turan.
Willow Bay stays ahead of the curve
USC Annenberg School of Journalism director recalls the path that led from modeling to an MBA and much more in and out of newsrooms.
USC Annenberg’s Media Center named for Julie Chen, Leslie Moonves and CBS
Fully converged newsroom serves as nerve center of the new Wallis Annenberg Hall.
Faculty neighborhoods foster collaboration in Wallis Annenberg Hall
Digital media link the professors sharing office space and innovative ideas.
USC Annenberg unveils Wallis Annenberg Hall
The future of digital communication will come from within these walls.
Colleagues toast the USC legacy of Larry Gross
USC Annenberg dean and many others salute the longtime School of Communication director as he prepares to pass the baton.
Digital entrepreneurs vie to be USC Annenberg’s startup in residence
Teams behind inventive apps pitch ideas and compete for $10,000.
Corruption chasers accept 2014 Selden Ring Award at USC
USC Annenberg accolade honors investigative journalists who boost civic engagement.
Whistleblowers assess journalism’s role in national security
USC Annenberg’s “Patriot or Traitor?” looks at government surveillance.
A penny for the thoughts of young philanthropists
The event gives USC students practical experience in civic engagement and nonprofit leadership.
Willow Bay to lead USC Annenberg School of Journalism
The longtime broadcaster comes to USC Annenberg from her post as senior editor of The Huffington Post in Los Angeles.
USC Annenberg reaches $100 million milestone
The USC Annenberg School of Communication and Journalism fundraising initiative has surpassed $100 million since launching in fall 2012.
Selden Ring Award winners cited for performing national service
A team of reporters from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel has been awarded the Selden Ring Award for Investigative Reporting by USC Annenberg.
State of the Union coverage attracts Trojans to USC Annenberg
“Encouraging political awareness among the student body is big,” said Haran Sivakumar, director of internal affairs for the USC College Republicans.
Journalism Forum spotlights role of public diplomacy in Olympics buildup
Controversies surrounding international LGBT rights and National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden’s political asylum have further muddied the waters.
Surviving the Golden Globes
USC Annenberg Senior Lecturer Mary Murphy talks about her role as a reporter at the Golden Globes.
Alhambra police build interactive bridge with Chinese community
Alhambra Source launched a groundbreaking social media partnership with the Alhambra Police Department this month.