Tag Archives: Josh Kun

Quoted: USC Annenberg in the News

At USC Annenberg, we don’t just cover the news, we make it. “Quoted: USC Annenberg in the News” gathers a selection of the week’s news stories featuring and written by Annenberg’s leaders, faculty, staff and others. Why the Gaming Industry Can’t … Continue reading

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USC Annenberg: Communication at the Center

As the world continues to change and become more interconnected, USC Annenberg recognizes that communication, in all its forms, is at the heart of understanding how we can progress and make an impact on society. For more information: Dan Durbin … 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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Inside USC Annenberg: Monday, October 14, 2013

Construction on USC Annenberg’s Wallis Annenberg Hall has reached a halfway point, and over at the Construction Blog there are pictures and video of the building’s first precast fixture being installed: Read more about the construction of the new building … Continue reading

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USC Anneberg urges class of 2017 to shape media and communication revolutions

USC Annenberg faculty and administration welcomed the class of 2017 by encouraging them to become leaders of revolution in the communication and media industries. “The work that each and every one of you will be doing over the next four … Continue reading

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Celebration for Kun’s “Songs in the Key of L.A.” highlighted by L.A. Times

The Los Angeles Times highlighted the Grand Performances celebration for the publication of USC Annenberg Professor Josh Kun’s new book, “Songs in the Key of L.A.” The event, which featured artists Ozomatli, Jackson Browne and Stevie Wonder among others, brought to life … Continue reading

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Associate Professor Josh Kun quoted in the Huffington Post about Coachella music festival

By Alex Reed Student Writer USC Annenberg Associate Professor Josh Kun was a quoted in a Huffington Post story about the evolution of the annual, two-weekend Coachella Valley Arts and Music Festival that begins on April 12. Kun pointed out … Continue reading

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Professor Kun interviewed by KPCC’s Take Two about Jenni Rivera

By Alex Reed Student Writer Communication and journalism professor Josh Kun was interviewed on KPCC’s Take Two about the late Mexican-American artist Jenni Rivera. Rivera, a hugely successful artist in the Mexican Banda scene, was killed in a plane crash … Continue reading

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Professor Kun and Idelsohn Society release compilation holiday album

By Alex Reed Student Writer On Nov. 13, communication professor Josh Kun and the Idelsohn Society for Musical Preservation released a holiday music set that features both Hanukkah and Christmas music. The 2-disc compilation includes a Hanukkah disc, featuring traditional Jewish … Continue reading

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Professor Kun named Santa Monica Museum of Art’s inaugural Resident Collector

By Alex Reed Student Writer On Oct. 17, communication and journalism professor Josh Kun will introduce a series of programs called Crossfader at the Santa Monica Museum of Art (SMMoA), where he is serving as inaugural Resident Collector in its … Continue reading

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