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T-Bone Burnett and Bill Davis to Speak at USC Annenberg Commencement

Academy and Grammy Award-winning music producer T-Bone Burnett and Southern California Public Radio founding President Bill Davis will speak at USC Annenberg’s 2014 Commencement ceremony. Burnett has produced and composed music for numerous television shows and films. He is currently … Continue reading

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The latest from Center on Communication Leadership & Policy Senior Fellows

USC Annenberg Center on Communication Leadership & Policy Senior Fellow Geneva Overholser was featured on PBS NewsHour to discuss national security and surveillance reporting in light of the recent Pulitzer Prize awards. Overholser, who is also a former professor and … Continue reading

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Discoveries: Aimei Yang researches PR theory

Editor’s note: USC Annenberg doctoral student Mina Park blogs about the research and discoveries made by the school’s faculty. This is the second post in the “Discoveries” series. See the first post here. By Mina Park Interviewee: Professor Aimei Yang, … Continue reading

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USC Annenberg Google Glass media round-up

Starting next fall, Professor Robert Hernandez will teach a class at USC Annenberg focused on the use of Google Glass in journalism. As Google plans to sell Google Glass in a one-day trial on Tuesday, April 15, here are some … Continue reading

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Graduate Student Accepted To Competitive Fellowship Program

USC Annenberg graduate student Graham Clark Stecklein was recently selected by the Fellowships at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics (FASPE) to participate in a 2-week program this summer in New York, Germany and Poland. The program, which selects … Continue reading

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USC Annenberg Professors To Participate In Panels At Festival of Books

Several USC Annenberg faculty members will be participating in panels at this weekend’s Los Angeles Times Festival of Books at USC. Associate Professor Josh Kun will be joining a panel called “Let’s Get Together and Feel All Right: Music, Spirit, … Continue reading

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Discoveries: Ananny and Thorson research modern news consumption

Editor’s note: USC Annenberg doctoral student Mina Park blogs about the research and discoveries made by the school’s faculty. This is the first post in the “Discoveries” series. By Mina Park In the era of technology, news organizations have been … Continue reading

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Hank Rieger Passes Away At Age 95

Henry “Hank” Rieger, former President of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences and colleague at USC Annenberg, died on March 5 at age 95. Rieger attended school at the University of Southern California and went on to become an … Continue reading

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The Sacramento Bee runs story by USC Annenberg graduate student

The Sacramento Bee ran a story about a Fremont solar manufacturing company by USC Annenberg graduate student Meng Meng. The Fremont-based Solaria Corp. is posing a huge threat to Chinese solar companies who had nearly monopolized the United States’ solar … Continue reading

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EFE Features Annenberg Fellow Phillip Rodriguez’s Ruben Salazar Documentary

Antonio Zavala, of Spanish news agency EFE, recently wrote a story about USC Annenberg Fellow Phillip Rodriguez’s film, “Ruben Salazar: Man in the Middle.” The documentary details the life of Mexican-American journalist Ruben Salazar. It also chronicles Rodriguez’s examination of … Continue reading

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