The fund aims to provide permanent financial support for the study of ethics in media and technology at the school and will support a new course on Digital Media Techniques of Entertainment and Fake News.
USC’s Communication and Journalism, Dramatic Arts, and Cinematic Arts schools join forces to help budding storytellers master the medium.
Award-winning sportswriter and journalism professor Alan Abrahamson is considered one of the world’s foremost authorities on the Olympic movement.
The Health and Equity Media Collaborative brought 24 young people into the fold this summer to investigate well-being in local neighborhoods.
As host and lead writer of Telemundo’s only English-language news show, Gabriela Fresquez aims to cover Latinx communities with depth and nuance.
Beverly Pham, an editorial designer at Fox Sports, shares lessons from her career journey.
The new scholarship aims to advance a robust pipeline for Black students to both enter and lead in journalism.
In addition to starting Haute Magazine, graduating senior Diana Fonte has worked for Annenberg Media, been a mentor to first-year students and had a variety of internships. Next, she’s headed back to France, where she studied for a semester.
TV and movies are one way that people make sense of the world, USC Annenberg’s Paolo Sigismondi notes — but they can be inaccurate, incomplete or misleading.
A 30-year USC/Purdue study finds that television news and ESPN’s SportsCenter continue to ignore women’s sports — and online media coverage isn’t much better.