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In Reverence Of A Music Critic: Professor Tim Page Composes New Book On Virgil Thomson

Within art, literary work, music and journalism, there have always been voices that truly capture the essence of a topic or even given genres. These writers often deal with the difficult task of breaking down dense material for their audience … Continue reading

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Candy Lee Discusses the Growth of Online Learning at Journalism Forum

Candy Lee stopped by USC Annenberg on Tuesday for a noontime discussion about her work with online learning and its growing prevalence in education. Lee is a professor of journalism and integrated marketing communications at the Medill School of Journalism … Continue reading

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Annenberg Board of Councilors Member Named New Publisher of the Washington Post

USC Annenberg Board of Councilors member Frederick J. Ryan, Jr. was recently named the new publisher of The Washington Post. According to a story from The Washington Post, Ryan has had his eye on the position since earlier this year. … Continue reading

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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. The Yo App Annenberg Professor … Continue reading

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USC Annenberg News Roundup: December 16, 2013

The Hollywood Reporter: Geena Davis’ Two Easy Steps to Make Hollywood Less Sexist The Hollywood Reporter published a story by actress Geena Davis about gender inequality in film and television. The story featured research done by USC Annenberg Professor Stacy … Continue reading

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The Huffington Post runs columns by Professor Seib

By Alex Reed Student Writer The Huffington Post recently ran two columns by USC Annenberg Professor and Center on Public Diplomacy Director Philip Seib. On Feb. 25, Seib’s column stressed the importance of water diplomacy, arguing that natural forces, such … Continue reading

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USC Annenberg Professor Page writes obituary for Van Cliburn

By Alex Reed Student Writer On Feb. 27, The Washington Post published an obituary by USC Annenberg Professor Tim Page for classical pianist Van Cliburn. The story appeared on Page 1A of the newspaper’s print edition. Cliburn died of bone … Continue reading

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Journalism Director Overholser quoted in The Washington Post

By Alex Reed Student Writer The Washington Post quoted USC Annenberg Journalism Director Geneva Overholser in a story about the harsh reaction of the public to newspapers asking for public records about gun ownership. In the wake of the December … Continue reading

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Overholser and Nelson on LA Times Editor Russ Stanton stepping down

School of Journalism Director Geneva Overholser was quoted by The News & Observer in the article “Stanton stepping down as L.A. Times editor; Maharaj to assume top newsroom job.” Overholser said that Stanton “presided over the newsroom during an exceptionally challenging … Continue reading

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Suro writes about Americans’ divided mind about immigration

Journalism professor Roberto Suro wrote an Oct. 21 op-ed for The Washington Post that discusses Americans’ paradoxical views on immigration. Suro wrote that the image of immigration has changed from the statue of liberty to the petty thief who steals jobs from … Continue reading

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