Tag Archives: Journalism

Inside USC Annenberg: Thursday, October 10, 2013

USC Annenberg’s award-winning student news outlets cover stories that affect international audiences as well as the heartbeat of the USC campus. In broadcast, print, radio, and online formats, student journalists learn and innovate on the cutting edge of modern news. … Continue reading

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USC Annenberg trains young adults in South LA to report on their communities

Dozens of South Los Angeles residents, community leaders, journalists, and USC Annenberg students, faculty and staff congregated on June 27 at Mercado La Paloma to celebrate the launch of the second class of Reporter Corps. Aspiring journalists from across South … Continue reading

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Students, alumni announced as finalists for SoCal Journalism Awards

USC Annenberg students, alumni and faculty received more than two dozen nominations for the Los Angeles Press Club’s 55th Annual SoCal Journalism Awards. Students from USC Annenberg’s student operated news site Neon Tommy , and USC’s television multimedia news operation, Annenberg … Continue reading

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Saltzman’s “Black on Black” honored as one of “100 Great Stories” of the last century

By Kristen Villarreal Black on Black, a documentary produced by Journalism Professor Joe Saltzman, was announced as one of 100 Great Stories covered by Columbia School of Journalism graduates over the last century. “It’s a very nice honor to be included … Continue reading

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Neon Tommy looking for student reporters, editors, PR specialists

From staff reports — Neon Tommy, the online news source produced by USC Annenberg, is looking for students ready to launch their PR, reporting, multimedia or editing careers. Neon Tommy will help you build a name for yourself online and teach … Continue reading

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Student journalists collaborate across media to cover election in real time

By Krista Daly Student Writer Reporters, editors and producers from various USC Annenberg newsrooms were engaged in election results Nov. 6, working to get the information out to local and national residents as quickly as possible (view photos). Neon Tommy, … Continue reading

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ATVN content part of PBS NewsHour’s Vote 2012: College Tour

PBS NewsHour announced Tuesday its Vote 2012: College Tour, which will feature content from Annenberg TV News. The show visited universities across the country and will post students’ 2012 campaign coverage on a Tumblr dedicated to the project. NewsHour approached … 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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Professor Hernandez to visit CU-Boulder as Hearst Professional-in-Residence

Journalism professor Robert Hernandez was named the Hearst Professional-in-Residence at the University of Colorado Boulder, where he will speak to classes and at events Sept. 27-28 before returning to USC Annenberg. “The Hearst program is made possible by an endowment … Continue reading

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Overholser becomes first person to twice deliver Hays Press-Enterprise Lecture

School of Journalism director Geneva Overholser became the first person to twice deliver the Hays Press-Enterprise Lecture on Feb. 13, saying that the conversation about journalism must be shifted. “All of us who care about the quality of civic debate, … Continue reading

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