Monthly Archives: September 2012

USC Annenberg/Getty Arts Journalism Program 2012 fellows will collaborate with news organizations to produce journalism for Engine30

Fifteen distinguished arts journalists, web designers and web developers have been selected as fellows for the 2012 USC Annenberg/Getty Arts Journalism Program. They were chosen from the largest applicant pool in the fellowship’s 11-year history – 257 applicants from across … Continue reading

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Center for Health Reporting wins California Journalism Award for dental care story

By Alex Reed Student Writer Freelance writer Jocelyn Wiener and senior writer Emily Bazar of the USC Annenberg-based California Healthcare Foundation (CHCF) Center for Health Reporting recently received the California Journalism Award in the feature/enterprise category for their “’Model’ Dental Program Proves Painful for … Continue reading

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USC Annenberg’s Ruben Salazar Project celebrates personal side of newsman

By Jeremy Rosenberg In life, Ruben Salazar was a prominent and popular newspaper columnist for the Los Angeles Times and news director for television station KMEX. In death – and the horrible story of his slaying is well-told here and … Continue reading

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Annenberg alumnus, staff member Luna honored at Volunteer Recognition Awards

By Alex Reed Student Writer The USC Alumni Association held its annual Volunteer Recognition Awards on Friday, honoring USC Annenberg’s Kirk Stewart with the Widney Alumni House Award for exceptional service contributions and staff member Amy-Jo Luna with the Volunteer Friend … Continue reading

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Portraits reveal South LA’s “Democratic Spaces,” heroes of community organizing, and public scholarship at USC Annenberg

A new collaborative, multimedia storytelling investigation from USC Annenberg paints a new picture of South Los Angeles by revealing 15 unique public spaces that embody the community’s push for social change. Leaders of “Democratic Spaces” aim to show South LA … Continue reading

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Annenber Associate Director Imre Meszaros discusses new measures within Ventura County schools

By Alex Reed Student Writer A Ventura County Star article recently quoted School of Communication Associate Director Imre Meszaros about the upcoming vote that will allow for new funding in several Ventura County school districts. According to Meszaros, voters are … Continue reading

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Professors Fulk and Monge win Career of Outstanding Contributions Award

By Jackson DeMos Communication professors Janet Fulk and Peter Monge recently won the Academy of Management‘s Career of Outstanding Contributions Award in the Organizational Communication & Information Systems division. “In giving the award, we looked for preeminent scholars who have … Continue reading

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Journalism students create digital project based on Ruben Salazar collection

By Nathan Masters USC Libraries Last year, the family of the late journalist Ruben Salazar donated his personal archives to the USC Libraries. Now, a new digital project based on the collection will provide greater public awareness of the award-winning … Continue reading

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Members of The Iran Project discuss diplomacy during CPD event

USC Annenberg’s Center on Public Diplomacy hosted Ambassador William Luers, Ambassador Frank Wisner and Admiral Eric Olson on Sept. 19 to discuss The Iran Project’s report on the potential benefits and costs of the United States attacking Iran. The discussion … Continue reading

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Professor Hollihan: Obama movie reinforces beliefs of conservative voters featured communication professor Tom Hollihan in a video about the movie “2016: Obama’s America.” “The undecided voters aren’t plunking down their money to go see this documentary, and you can bet that liberals aren’t plunking down their money,” Hollihan said. … Continue reading

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