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2015 AnnenbergWorks: Careers in Marketing and Advertising Alumni Panel
2015 AnnenbergWorks: Careers in Marketing and Advertising Alumni Panel

Mandana Mellano ’01 - Moderator
Partner, Group Director
Neo@Ogilvy

Kiri Stromberg ‘11
Manager, Worldwide Marketing Partnerships
Paramount Pictures

Deshauna Brown ‘13
Campaign Manager
The Search Agency (TSA)

Jessie Chen ‘10
Strategic Planning Manager
Plan C Group

Karan Singh ‘13
Social Media Analyst
Initiative

Mobile Phones for Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness - USC Annenberg CCLP
Mobile Phones for Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness - USC Annenberg CCLP

Read more: http://bit.ly/1E6TsjS In February 2015, 20 high-level government officials, top mobile technology industry professionals, public advocates and entrepreneurs convened in Washington, D.C., hosted by the USC Annenberg Center on Communication Leadership & Policy and the Annenberg Retreat at Sunnylands. The event, entitled "Mobile Phones for Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness," was attended by Google vice president and "father of the Internet" Vint Cerf, Federal Communications Commissioner Mignon Clyburn and representatives from T-Mobile, Emmis Communications, Mobile Commons, AMG Communications, Rand Corporation, National Institute of Justice, Food and Drug Administration and Sprint Nextel.

2015 Annenberg Communication Management Alumni Panel
2015 Annenberg Communication Management Alumni Panel

IMPACT--Episode 79
IMPACT--Episode 79

From internet entertainers to outdoor enthusiasts, Episode 79 goes in-depth with people from various walks of life.

Technology and Labor Trafficking in a Network Society - USC Annenberg CCLP
Technology and Labor Trafficking in a Network Society - USC Annenberg CCLP

Full report: http://communicationleadership.usc.edu/technology_labor_trafficking.html

Migrant workers who are isolated from technology and social networks are more vulnerable to human trafficking, forced labor, and exploitation. These and other findings are detailed in a powerful new report, Technology and Labor Trafficking in a Network Society, released today by the Center for Communication Leadership & Policy (CCLP) at the University of Southern California's Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism. This project was made possible by a grant from Humanity United, a U.S.-based foundation dedicated to building peace and advancing human freedom.

Video produced by Bridgette Bugay.

Julie Chen / Leslie Moonves and CBS Media Center Event
Julie Chen / Leslie Moonves and CBS Media Center Event

Julie Chen gives remarks prior to the unveiling of the Julie Chen / Leslie Moonves and CBS Media Center. The event took place on February 25, 2015 and the entire video will be available online in a few days.

COMM 201
COMM 201

Professor Gordon Stables asks: "What would Aristotle think of the world today?" You can find out in COMM 201

Don't just Change the Channel: Why Pop Culture Matters to Feminism, Activism, and Social Justice
Don't just Change the Channel: Why Pop Culture Matters to Feminism, Activism, and Social Justice

Director of the Communication School, Sarah Banet- Weiser and Bitch Media cofounder, Andi Zeisler discuss feminism in the spectrum of pop culture. Pop culture has long been central to feminist activism, and this presentation looks at this phenomenon with an eye to both history and the present day, noting the ways in which representation—or the lack thereof—has been a key catalyst of feminist action. From the Miss America protest of 1968 to the Saturday Night Live pushback of today, we'll look at how foregrounding a feminist perspective in media and pop culture makes that culture better, richer, and more representative of the world in which we live.

Bob Iger and Graydon Carter discuss managing media in the digital age.
Bob Iger and Graydon Carter discuss managing media in the digital age.

Bob Iger, Chairman and CEO of Disney and Graydon Carter, Editor of Vanity Fair discuss managing iconic media brands in the digital age, the future of magazines, and of course, what it's like to host Hollywood's hottest party.

Graydon Carter, former writer for both Time and Life magazines, and founder of Spy magazine, has served as Editor of Vanity Fair for the past 23 years. Bob Iger, Disney Chairman and CEO is responsible for Disney Studios' acquisition of Pixar Animation, Marvel Entertainment and Lucasfilm. Appointed Director of Apple Inc. in 2011 and named "Tech Top Visionary" by Fortune magazine, Iger has led the entertainment industry in innovation for over 15 years.

M{2e} Executive in Residence- The Marketing Communications Revolution: What are the Implications?
M{2e} Executive in Residence- The Marketing Communications Revolution: What are the Implications?

Communication professor Christopher Holmes Smith and journalism professor Garbiel Kahn welcome M{2e}’s 2015 Executive in Residence, Mich Mathews, former chief marketing officer and senior vice president of Microsoft Corp, for a presentation entitled: "The Marketing Communications Revolution: What are the Implications?" From Ms. Mathews: “There have probably been more changes in the field of marketing communications in last three years than have happened over the last 50 years. The central reason for this radical transformation is technology. For context, it took 70 years for half of the US population to get a telephone, it took 50 years for them to get a TV, but Facebook got there in 5 years, and now marketers can use it to reach over a billion people. Apple introduced the iPhone in 2007 and now over 1.7bn people are using one. This convergence of social and mobile has created an addressable audience for marketers at least a 100 time bigger than before. The keynote will explore how the field of marketing communication is being reshaped, the trends driving it and some of the likely implications to us all.”

Wallis Annenberg Hall:  From Concept--2013  To Collaboration--2015
Wallis Annenberg Hall: From Concept--2013 To Collaboration--2015

USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism showcases a new era of digital media education, communication and production with the visionary Wallis Annenberg Hall.

The following video takes us on a journey from the buildings concept in 2013 to its initial stages of collaboration in 2015.

The Road to Diplomacy 3.0: Tradition and Innovation in Foreign Policy
The Road to Diplomacy 3.0: Tradition and Innovation in Foreign Policy

Technology is changing the way world leaders, governments, and diplomats engage with their citizens and the world. Noted author and diplomat, Andreas Sandre discussed his work and latest book Digital Diplomacy: Conversations on Innovation in Foreign Policy.

Dean's Forum: Third Space Thinking, Neural Basis of Creativity
Dean's Forum: Third Space Thinking, Neural Basis of Creativity

What is happening in our brains when we have a creative insight or solve a creative problems?

USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism Dean Ernest J. Wilson III and Lisa Aziz-Zadeh, associate professor of USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences discuss neuroscientific data related to creativity and what we can take from this data to improve our own creative process.

PUBD 519 News Media and the Foreign Policy Process
PUBD 519 News Media and the Foreign Policy Process

Professor Philip Seib teaches this course addressing the push and pull between foreign policy and news media.

COMM 383M Sports, Communication and Culture
COMM 383M Sports, Communication and Culture

Professor Daniel Durbin's class will examine the intersection of sports and culture through media. This class fulfills the diversity requirement as well.

COMM 202 Communication & Technology -- Professor Mike Ananny
COMM 202 Communication & Technology -- Professor Mike Ananny

This course is a survey of the cultural, social, political, and economic impacts of new communication technologies, including written language, television and cyberspace.

COMM 310 Media & Society -- Professor Robert Scheer
COMM 310 Media & Society -- Professor Robert Scheer

This course is geared to prepare students to be active citizens by knowing what is going on in the world and what the issues are.

JOUR 201 History of News in Modern America -- Professor Mike Ananny
JOUR 201 History of News in Modern America -- Professor Mike Ananny

This course is a survey of how news is gathered, weighed, and disseminated and how historical events have shaped news in the 20th century.

JOUR 381 Entertainment, Business and Media in Today's Society
JOUR 381 Entertainment, Business and Media in Today's Society

Professor Murphy brings in professionals from the entertainment world to discuss the business of Hollywood and the journalists who cover it.

JOUR 440 Environmental Journalism -- Professor Larry Pryor
JOUR 440 Environmental Journalism -- Professor Larry Pryor

This survey course looks at the environment through a journalism lens ranging from philosophical issues to political issues.

JOUR 531 Fall Digital News Immersion -- Professor Vince Gonzales
JOUR 531 Fall Digital News Immersion -- Professor Vince Gonzales

Tweet about, photograph, report and write/produce weekly news stories with audio and/or video and/or digital elements for publication via Annenberg's converged news lab.

JOUR 599 Education Beat Class-- Professor Laura Castañeda
JOUR 599 Education Beat Class-- Professor Laura Castañeda

In this course, students will learn how to produce short animations as well as explore educational issues. This course partners with KPCC with links to the best student stories.

JOUR 499 VR Journalism -- Professor Robert Hernandez
JOUR 499 VR Journalism -- Professor Robert Hernandez

Prof. Robert Hernandez's class will learn how to use virtual reality technology to tell stories. The course will bring students from engineering, cinematic arts, journalism and public relations together to build new content for the virtual reality space.

CMGT 503 Strategic Communication Consulting
CMGT 503 Strategic Communication Consulting

Professor Rebecca Weintraub's class works with an outside organization to provide consulting and by the end of the semester will present the company with a communication plan, implementation and recommendations.

Dean's Forum-Third Space Thinking with Dana Landis of Korn Ferry
Dean's Forum-Third Space Thinking with Dana Landis of Korn Ferry

Dean Ernest J. Wilson III and Dana Landis, vice president of Global Talent Assessment & Analytics for Korn Ferry, as they discuss the most powerful predictors of leadership success.
Today’s workforce is global, with leaders emerging – and derailing – as fast as new industries. Talent is evolving rapidly and jobs are becoming more complex. Research shows that there is a growing gap between position requirements and the skills of the average incumbent. As the pace of innovation continues to accelerate, leaders are pressured to keep pace with rapid change and ambiguous conditions.

What's New @USCAnnenberg -- 2015
What's New @USCAnnenberg -- 2015

A look at USC Annenberg on the web and in Social Media for the early part of 2015.

Follow us @uscannenberg on Twitter, You Tube, Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest and Flickr.

Music by Broke for Free. Track: 942 Miles from the Album Gold Can Stay

Zero to One: Peter Thiel speaks at USC Annenberg
Zero to One: Peter Thiel speaks at USC Annenberg

Peter Thiel speaks at Usc Annenberg

Tell Me A Science
Tell Me A Science

USC Annenberg Norman Lear Center director Marty Kaplan addresses the University of Pennsylvania Sackler Symposium on The Science of Science Communication, October 17, 2014.

Voices from the 2014 CPD Summer Institute in Public Diplomacy
Voices from the 2014 CPD Summer Institute in Public Diplomacy

A few participants from the 2014 CPD Summer Institute in Public Diplomacy share with us how important the Center's work is to their practice. Take a listen.

VIETNAM STORY
VIETNAM STORY

A panel discussion of Professor F. J. Dougherty’s case study, "A Vietnam Diary — Authorship, Collaboration, Persona Rights, Moral Rights, Conflicts Among Authors."

SECRETMERGERS
SECRETMERGERS

ARTISTA
ARTISTA

3 DEAD RATS
3 DEAD RATS

USC Annenberg Public Relations
USC Annenberg Public Relations

What benefits can you receive by acquiring a degree in Public Relations from USC Annenberg?

Brother J @ Check the Technique: Hip Hop as Methodology 2
Brother J @ Check the Technique: Hip Hop as Methodology 2

Inspired by the publication of Check the Technique V.2, journalist Brian Coleman's second volume of "Liner Notes for Hip-Hop Junkies," this discussion looks at hip hop production practices and the hip hop creative process as both musical techniques and social techniques. What is the history behind the making of some of hip hop's greatest albums and songs? How are tracks made? How can the process of assembling a track be applied to larger social and cultural practices?
Participants:
BRIAN COLEMAN: Journalist & author of Check The Technique Vols 1 & 2, And Rakim Told Me: Wax Facts Straight From The Original Artists
BRIAN 'B+' CROSS: Photographer, filmmaker, UCSD professor & author of The 1993 Classic, It's Not About A Salary, It's About A Reality: Rap, Race, And Resistance In Los Angeles
OLIVER WANG: Sociologist, DJ, journalist & author of Classic Material: The Hip Hop Album Guide
MONALISA MURRAY: DJ, Hip Hop record label & promotion veteran
ADRIAN YOUNGE: Composer, arranger, producer (Venice Dawn, Souls Of Mischief, Ghostface Killah)
BROTHER J: From legendary Hip Hop crew X Clan
Moderated by Josh Kun, USC Annenberg professor and director of the Lear Center's Popular Music Project.

Adrian Younge @ Check the Technique: Hip Hop as Methodology 1
Adrian Younge @ Check the Technique: Hip Hop as Methodology 1

Inspired by the publication of Check the Technique V.2, journalist Brian Coleman's second volume of "Liner Notes for Hip-Hop Junkies," this discussion looks at hip hop production practices and the hip hop creative process as both musical techniques and social techniques. What is the history behind the making of some of hip hop's greatest albums and songs? How are tracks made? How can the process of assembling a track be applied to larger social and cultural practices?
Participants:
BRIAN COLEMAN: Journalist & author of Check The Technique Vols 1 & 2, And Rakim Told Me: Wax Facts Straight From The Original Artists
BRIAN 'B+' CROSS: Photographer, filmmaker, UCSD professor & author of The 1993 Classic, It's Not About A Salary, It's About A Reality: Rap, Race, And Resistance In Los Angeles
OLIVER WANG: Sociologist, DJ, journalist & author of Classic Material: The Hip Hop Album Guide
MONALISA MURRAY: DJ, Hip Hop record label & promotion veteran
ADRIAN YOUNGE: Composer, arranger, producer (Venice Dawn, Souls Of Mischief, Ghostface Killah)
BROTHER J: From legendary Hip Hop crew X Clan
Moderated by Josh Kun, USC Annenberg professor and director of the Lear Center's Popular Music Project.

Adrian Younge @ Check the Technique: Hip Hop as Methodology 2
Adrian Younge @ Check the Technique: Hip Hop as Methodology 2

Inspired by the publication of Check the Technique V.2, journalist Brian Coleman's second volume of "Liner Notes for Hip-Hop Junkies," this discussion looks at hip hop production practices and the hip hop creative process as both musical techniques and social techniques. What is the history behind the making of some of hip hop's greatest albums and songs? How are tracks made? How can the process of assembling a track be applied to larger social and cultural practices?
Participants:
BRIAN COLEMAN: Journalist & author of Check The Technique Vols 1 & 2, And Rakim Told Me: Wax Facts Straight From The Original Artists
BRIAN 'B+' CROSS: Photographer, filmmaker, UCSD professor & author of The 1993 Classic, It's Not About A Salary, It's About A Reality: Rap, Race, And Resistance In Los Angeles
OLIVER WANG: Sociologist, DJ, journalist & author of Classic Material: The Hip Hop Album Guide
MONALISA MURRAY: DJ, Hip Hop record label & promotion veteran
ADRIAN YOUNGE: Composer, arranger, producer (Venice Dawn, Souls Of Mischief, Ghostface Killah)
BROTHER J: From legendary Hip Hop crew X Clan
Moderated by Josh Kun, USC Annenberg professor and director of the Lear Center's Popular Music Project, usc.edu/pmp

Tackling a Big Story and Never Letting Go
Tackling a Big Story and Never Letting Go

Ani Ucar, MA '15, spent five months working on her story about the gay wing of the Los Angeles County Jail. Once it ran, not even she was prepared for the type of reaction it received. In this video she discusses how she broke her big LA Weekly story.

Oliver Wang @ Check the Technique: Hip Hop as Methodology
Oliver Wang @ Check the Technique: Hip Hop as Methodology

Inspired by the publication of Check the Technique V.2, journalist Brian Coleman's second volume of "Liner Notes for Hip-Hop Junkies," this discussion looks at hip hop production practices and the hip hop creative process as both musical techniques and social techniques. What is the history behind the making of some of hip hop's greatest albums and songs? How are tracks made? How can the process of assembling a track be applied to larger social and cultural practices?
Participants:
BRIAN COLEMAN: Journalist & author of Check The Technique Vols 1 & 2, And Rakim Told Me: Wax Facts Straight From The Original Artists
BRIAN 'B+' CROSS: Photographer, filmmaker, UCSD professor & author of The 1993 Classic, It's Not About A Salary, It's About A Reality: Rap, Race, And Resistance In Los Angeles
OLIVER WANG: Sociologist, DJ, journalist & author of Classic Material: The Hip Hop Album Guide
MONALISA MURRAY: DJ, Hip Hop record label & promotion veteran
ADRIAN YOUNGE: Composer, arranger, producer (Venice Dawn, Souls Of Mischief, Ghostface Killah)
BROTHER J: From legendary Hip Hop crew X Clan
Moderated by Josh Kun, USC Annenberg professor and director of the Lear Center's Popular Music Project.

Monalisa Murray @ Check the Technique: Hip Hop as Methodology 1
Monalisa Murray @ Check the Technique: Hip Hop as Methodology 1

Inspired by the publication of Check the Technique V.2, journalist Brian Coleman's second volume of "Liner Notes for Hip-Hop Junkies," this discussion looks at hip hop production practices and the hip hop creative process as both musical techniques and social techniques. What is the history behind the making of some of hip hop's greatest albums and songs? How are tracks made? How can the process of assembling a track be applied to larger social and cultural practices?
Participants:
BRIAN COLEMAN: Journalist & author of Check The Technique Vols 1 & 2, And Rakim Told Me: Wax Facts Straight From The Original Artists
BRIAN 'B+' CROSS: Photographer, filmmaker, UCSD professor & author of The 1993 Classic, It's Not About A Salary, It's About A Reality: Rap, Race, And Resistance In Los Angeles
OLIVER WANG: Sociologist, DJ, journalist & author of Classic Material: The Hip Hop Album Guide
MONALISA MURRAY: DJ, Hip Hop record label & promotion veteran
ADRIAN YOUNGE: Composer, arranger, producer (Venice Dawn, Souls Of Mischief, Ghostface Killah)
BROTHER J: From legendary Hip Hop crew X Clan
Moderated by Josh Kun, USC Annenberg professor and director of the Lear Center's Popular Music Project.

Brother J @ Check the Technique: Hip Hop as Methodology 1
Brother J @ Check the Technique: Hip Hop as Methodology 1

Inspired by the publication of Check the Technique V.2, journalist Brian Coleman's second volume of "Liner Notes for Hip-Hop Junkies," this discussion looks at hip hop production practices and the hip hop creative process as both musical techniques and social techniques. What is the history behind the making of some of hip hop's greatest albums and songs? How are tracks made? How can the process of assembling a track be applied to larger social and cultural practices?
Participants:
BRIAN COLEMAN: Journalist & author of Check The Technique Vols 1 & 2, And Rakim Told Me: Wax Facts Straight From The Original Artists
BRIAN 'B+' CROSS: Photographer, filmmaker, UCSD professor & author of The 1993 Classic, It's Not About A Salary, It's About A Reality: Rap, Race, And Resistance In Los Angeles
OLIVER WANG: Sociologist, DJ, journalist & author of Classic Material: The Hip Hop Album Guide
MONALISA MURRAY: DJ, Hip Hop record label & promotion veteran
ADRIAN YOUNGE: Composer, arranger, producer (Venice Dawn, Souls Of Mischief, Ghostface Killah)
BROTHER J: From legendary Hip Hop crew X Clan
Moderated by Josh Kun, USC Annenberg professor and director of the Lear Center's Popular Music Project.

Brian "B+" Cross @ Check the Technique: Hip Hop as Methodology 1
Brian "B+" Cross @ Check the Technique: Hip Hop as Methodology 1

Inspired by the publication of Check the Technique V.2, journalist Brian Coleman's second volume of "Liner Notes for Hip-Hop Junkies," this discussion looks at hip hop production practices and the hip hop creative process as both musical techniques and social techniques. What is the history behind the making of some of hip hop's greatest albums and songs? How are tracks made? How can the process of assembling a track be applied to larger social and cultural practices?
Participants:
BRIAN COLEMAN: Journalist & author of Check The Technique Vols 1 & 2, And Rakim Told Me: Wax Facts Straight From The Original Artists
BRIAN 'B+' CROSS: Photographer, filmmaker, UCSD professor & author of The 1993 Classic, It's Not About A Salary, It's About A Reality: Rap, Race, And Resistance In Los Angeles
OLIVER WANG: Sociologist, DJ, journalist & author of Classic Material: The Hip Hop Album Guide
MONALISA MURRAY: DJ, Hip Hop record label & promotion veteran
ADRIAN YOUNGE: Composer, arranger, producer (Venice Dawn, Souls Of Mischief, Ghostface Killah)
BROTHER J: From legendary Hip Hop crew X Clan
Moderated by Josh Kun, USC Annenberg professor and director of the Lear Center's Popular Music Project.

Monalisa Murray @ Check the Technique: Hip Hop as Methodology 2
Monalisa Murray @ Check the Technique: Hip Hop as Methodology 2

Inspired by the publication of Check the Technique V.2, journalist Brian Coleman's second volume of "Liner Notes for Hip-Hop Junkies," this discussion looks at hip hop production practices and the hip hop creative process as both musical techniques and social techniques. What is the history behind the making of some of hip hop's greatest albums and songs? How are tracks made? How can the process of assembling a track be applied to larger social and cultural practices?
Participants:
BRIAN COLEMAN: Journalist & author of Check The Technique Vols 1 & 2, And Rakim Told Me: Wax Facts Straight From The Original Artists
BRIAN 'B+' CROSS: Photographer, filmmaker, UCSD professor & author of The 1993 Classic, It's Not About A Salary, It's About A Reality: Rap, Race, And Resistance In Los Angeles
OLIVER WANG: Sociologist, DJ, journalist & author of Classic Material: The Hip Hop Album Guide
MONALISA MURRAY: DJ, Hip Hop record label & promotion veteran
ADRIAN YOUNGE: Composer, arranger, producer (Venice Dawn, Souls Of Mischief, Ghostface Killah)
BROTHER J: From legendary Hip Hop crew X Clan
Moderated by Josh Kun, USC Annenberg professor and director of the Lear Center's Popular Music Project.

Brian "B+" Cross @ Check the Technique: Hip Hop as Methodology 2
Brian "B+" Cross @ Check the Technique: Hip Hop as Methodology 2

Inspired by the publication of Check the Technique V.2, journalist Brian Coleman's second volume of "Liner Notes for Hip-Hop Junkies," this discussion looks at hip hop production practices and the hip hop creative process as both musical techniques and social techniques. What is the history behind the making of some of hip hop's greatest albums and songs? How are tracks made? How can the process of assembling a track be applied to larger social and cultural practices?
Participants:
BRIAN COLEMAN: Journalist & author of Check The Technique Vols 1 & 2, And Rakim Told Me: Wax Facts Straight From The Original Artists
BRIAN 'B+' CROSS: Photographer, filmmaker, UCSD professor & author of The 1993 Classic, It's Not About A Salary, It's About A Reality: Rap, Race, And Resistance In Los Angeles
OLIVER WANG: Sociologist, DJ, journalist & author of Classic Material: The Hip Hop Album Guide
MONALISA MURRAY: DJ, Hip Hop record label & promotion veteran
ADRIAN YOUNGE: Composer, arranger, producer (Venice Dawn, Souls Of Mischief, Ghostface Killah)
BROTHER J: From legendary Hip Hop crew X Clan
Moderated by Josh Kun, USC Annenberg professor and director of the Lear Center's Popular Music Project.

Brian Coleman @ Check the Technique: Hip Hop as Methodology
Brian Coleman @ Check the Technique: Hip Hop as Methodology

Inspired by the publication of Check the Technique V.2, journalist Brian Coleman's second volume of "Liner Notes for Hip-Hop Junkies," this discussion looks at hip hop production practices and the hip hop creative process as both musical techniques and social techniques. What is the history behind the making of some of hip hop's greatest albums and songs? How are tracks made? How can the process of assembling a track be applied to larger social and cultural practices?
Participants:
BRIAN COLEMAN: Journalist & author of Check The Technique Vols 1 & 2, And Rakim Told Me: Wax Facts Straight From The Original Artists
BRIAN 'B+' CROSS: Photographer, filmmaker, UCSD professor & author of The 1993 Classic, It's Not About A Salary, It's About A Reality: Rap, Race, And Resistance In Los Angeles
OLIVER WANG: Sociologist, DJ, journalist & author of Classic Material: The Hip Hop Album Guide
MONALISA MURRAY: DJ, Hip Hop record label & promotion veteran
ADRIAN YOUNGE: Composer, arranger, producer (Venice Dawn, Souls Of Mischief, Ghostface Killah)
BROTHER J: From legendary Hip Hop crew X Clan
Moderated by Josh Kun, USC Annenberg professor and director of the Lear Center's Popular Music Project.

Chick Hearn Scholarship Award Winners 2014
Chick Hearn Scholarship Award Winners 2014

2014 USC Annenberg Chick Hearn Scholarship Award Winners Caroline Deisley and Robby Kolanz are interviewed by Time Warner Sportsnet announcers Bill McDonald and Stu Lantz prior to the start of the Los Angeles Lakers game on November 29, 2014. From twcsportsnet.com

JOUR 572 Journalism & Pop Culture -- Professor Mary Murphy
JOUR 572 Journalism & Pop Culture -- Professor Mary Murphy

Professor Mary Murphy talks about her class JOUR572 - Reporting on Entertainment and Popular Culture.

JOUR 381 Entertainment, Business and Media in Today's Society
JOUR 381 Entertainment, Business and Media in Today's Society

Professor Mary Murphy describes her class JOUR381 - Entertainment, Business and Media in Today's Society. What students can expect from it and what the final project entails.

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