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LA Observed features the relaunch of Online Journalism Review

By Alex Reed Student Writer The recent relaunch of USC Annenberg’s Online Journalism Review was featured on L.A. Observed on Feb. 27. Since its launch in 1998, OJR has established itself as a publication that has “thoughtful, in-depth reporting and … Continue reading

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Professor Cooper discusses rumors surrounding new Apple product

By Alex Reed Student Writer Last week, The Wrap quoted journalism professor Marc Cooper in an article about the rumors surrounding a new Apple product. The latest rumor was that Apple would be sending out invitations to a launch event, … Continue reading

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News21 students partner with Guardian to write about “The Latino Vote” in the United States

By Alex Reed Student Writer Starting last Friday, The Guardian published six articles in a series produced in collaboration with USC Annenberg students that examines election issues affecting Hispanic communities across the United States. Seven USC Annenberg graduate journalism students, … Continue reading

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News21 students partner with Guardian to write about “The Latino Vote” in the United States

The Guardian today published its first in a series of articles produced in collaboration with USC Annenberg students that examines election issues affecting Hispanic communities across the United States. Seven USC Annenberg graduate journalism students, directed by journalism professors Marc Cooper and … Continue reading

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Professor Cooper’s cover story on Governor Brown asks the tough questions

Journalism professor Marc Cooper wrote an in-depth Pacific Standard magazine cover story about California Governor Jerry Brown and the challenges Brown faces in his quest to balance the state budget. The analysis was followed by a Q-and-A with Brown in … Continue reading

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Neon Tommy takes home four first-place LA Press Club Awards

Neon Tommy, a student-run online news source that covers Los Angeles, won four first-place awards at the Los Angeles Press Club Awards on June 24. Co-Editor-in-Chief Catherine Green took the prize for online feature. Her winning story, “Kneading the System: … Continue reading

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PBS article features USC Annenberg student media

A June 8 PBS MediaShift article featured USC Annenberg student media sites Neon Tommy and Intersections South LA for their contributions to the local community. “Some sites are 24/7 operations covering national and metro news, such as USC Annenberg’s NeonTommy.com, … Continue reading

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Neon Tommy reporters provide full coverage of Occupy LA eviction

A team of Neon Tommy reporters and editors worked past 2:30 a.m. to provide full coverage of the Occupy LA eviction. The Twitter feed of Senior News Editor and graduate student Benjamin Gottlieb was nationally celebrated as one of the best. … Continue reading

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Professors discuss Occupy Wall Street issues

USC Annenberg hosted an Oct. 20 Media, Economics & Entrepreneurship discussion with school professors about the issues surrounding the Occupy Wall Street movement. M{2e} co-director and communication professor Christopher Smith opened with a history of the financial system in the United States. … Continue reading

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Cooper’s discussion mentioned

Journalism professor Marc Cooper was mentioned in an Oct. 18th LAist article, “Pencil This In: Silent Film Classics, NewFilmmakers LA and Allee Willis on Stage,” as the moderator of the discussion: “Is There Still a Place for ‘Objective’ Journalism—Or Is … Continue reading

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