Saturday’s performance is just the latest connection between the Spirit of Troy and the entertainment giant.
Chandra Arval, Jerusha D’Souza and Nikita Shankar found opportunity in India’s burgeoning media and entertainment scene.
Panelists discuss their personal journeys to getting projects made and overcoming the disappointment of stalled projects, intermittent unemployment and rejection.
The Inclusion List, launched Wednesday by Associate Professor of Communication Stacy L. Smith and the USC Annenberg Inclusion Initiative, tracks and celebrates progress in entertainment.
?????????? PRIDE MONTH: Actor JP Karliak launched Queer Vox, a nonprofit training academy and community for LGBTQ+ voiceover actors.
Trojans get an in-depth look at the art and how it has become so popular, thanks to USC School of Dramatic Arts faculty member and comedian Wayne Federman.
As an aspiring actor pursues a creative career in entertainment, he can lean on the advice and guidance of a multitalented fellow Trojan.
Two communications majors at USC Annenberg teamed up to create the Mental Health Content Collective to further the dialogue about mental health and entertainment.
The streaming service generally receives high marks, though the LGBTQ+ community and people with disabilities rarely see themselves reflected on screen.
Meme expert and GIPHY Editor-in-Chief Tyler Menzel ’06 explains why GIFs are so universally funny — and meaningful. (A story partly told in GIFs.)