Tag Archives: Judy Muller

Professor Judy Muller Talks About Coverage Of Flight 370 With The New York Times and Marketplace

USC Annenberg Professor Judy Muller was recently quoted by the New York Times and Marketplace about the extensive coverage of the disappearance of and search for Flight 370. “I fear I am part of the problem,” Muller told the New … Continue reading

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Inside USC Annenberg: Wednesday, October 9, 2013

USC Annenberg’s faculty publish and are quoted in articles in the world’s most recognizable publications almost every day. (Journalism Professor Alan Abrahamson reported from Moscow recently, for example.) Meanwhile, the USC Annenberg faculty has also published a great number of … Continue reading

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Student journalists, faculty and alumni win big at the 55th SoCal Journalism Awards

Annenberg student journalists took home 13 awards Sunday night at the Los Angeles Press Club’s 55th SoCal Journalism Awards held at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel. Neon Tommy, Annenberg’s student-operated news site, took home 10 awards while Annenberg TV News (ATVN), … Continue reading

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Race and politics: USC Annenberg students get sneak peak at PBS documentary

By Molly Gray Student Writer As America becomes more and more diverse, has it also become post-racial in its political and social structure? That’s what documentary maker Philip Rodriguez set out to discover with his documentary “Race 2012” that premiers … Continue reading

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Professor Muller to present article at Conference on the Rural West

Journalism professor Judy Muller will attend the Conference on the Rural West in Ogden, Utah, this weekend to present her article “Too Close for Comfort: The Challenges Facing Rural Newspaper Editors in Covering Sensitive Stories” before a group of scholars, journalists … Continue reading

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Muller on Chelsea Clinton as news correspondent

Journalism professor Judy Muller was quoted in a Nov. 15 Los Angeles Times article about NBC hiring Chelsea Clinton as a correspondent. Muller, a former ABC correspondent, said it is difficult to look at hiring Clinton as anything other than a “gimmick.” … Continue reading

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Hyperlocal reporting covers the news in your backyard

USC Annenberg journalism professors Robert Hernandez (pictured, left) and Willa Seidenberg (right) discussed the impact of local news reporting at the “News in Your Backyard” session on Oct. 28 during Parents Weekend. Journalism professor Judy Muller moderated the conversation and Q&A. … Continue reading

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Recent Journalism Director’s Forums available on YouTube

If you could not attend past Journalism Director’s Forums, please watch the below YouTube videos to join the discussion. Joe Mathews, Irvine Senior Fellow at the New America Foundation, spoke about his new book “California Crackup: How Reform Broke the Golden State and How … Continue reading

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Muller’s latest book to be released in paperback

Journalism professor Judy Muller‘s latest book, Emus Loose in Egnar: Big Stories from Small Towns, has experienced consistent success since its release. The University of Nebraska Press has just announced that Emus Loose in Egnar will be published in paperback in … Continue reading

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Muller writes Oregonian op-ed about hyperlocal journalism

Journalism professor and author of “Emus Loose In Egnar: Big Stories From Small Towns” Judy Muller‘s op-ed piece about thriving small town newspapers ran in The Oregonian. “It’s more than a little ironic that small-town papers have been thriving by … Continue reading

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