A USC researcher analyzed millions of tweets to shed light on a new dimension of K-Pop’s influence: public health.
USC Annenberg’s Robert Kozinets has been studying how people have been creating content for virtual communities, talking online and connecting with unique audiences for more than 20 years.
One of Jill Ofodu’s fan cam edits of Suki and Brian from Fast & Furious franchise reached over 2 million views on TikTok.
Frequent and infrequent users of social media respond differently to social rewards, a USC Dornsife study reveals. That means that altering a platform’s structure may curb users’ bad habits.
USC research finds that the answer to getting more shots into arms is just a text message or email away.
USC Marshall graduate Mateo Abascal pursues equitable internet access with cell towers the size of lunchboxes.
COMMENCEMENT: During a 3-month-long trip across Southeast Asia, she is finishing up her last class as she prepares to graduate from the Digital Media Management online master’s program.
A USC analysis finds that hate is up, hateful content is more hateful and there’s been no meaningful change in the quantity of bots since Elon Musk purchased the platform in October.
The fund aims to provide permanent financial support for the study of ethics in media and technology at the school and will support a new course on Digital Media Techniques of Entertainment and Fake News.
Samantha Ellman and Natalie Ikhrata’s podcast explains the impact and importance of urban planning.