The files of the CCNMA — formerly known as the California Chicano News Media Association — will serve as an essential scholarly resource.
Alumnus Mike Saltz innovatively blended filmmaking and “serious news” to shape modern news reporting.
Some of the subjects profiled in the exhibit shared inspiring stories during a celebratory event at Wallis Annenberg Hall.
Team of reporters investigated military abuses against civilians during the brutal war against Islamist insurgents.
The Center for Climate Journalism and Communication will provide critical training to media, public relations and communications professionals to be climate storytellers who advance a deeper understanding of the consequences of climate change.
Most people don’t consider California, Oregon and Washington as hotspots for Black activism. The Black press, however, tell a different story, USC Annenberg’s Allissa Richardson says.
Journalism instructor and scholar Allissa V. Richardson will lead the Charlotta Bass Journalism & Justice Lab at USC Annenberg.
USC Annenberg’s Oscar Garza is a veteran journalist who has worked in TV, print, radio and digital platforms and has spent most of his career in cultural journalism.
After two decades as a reporter at major news organizations, Nelson devoted the final 30 years of his career to training and mentoring future journalists while tirelessly serving the USC community.
Cater Lee was frustrated with the reactive nature of TV news, the prioritization of car chases and the portrayal of communities as “dangerous” without any context. USC Annenberg’s specialized journalism program completely changed how she sees her industry.