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Annenberg Career Development - Developing Your Personal Brand Workshop
Annenberg Career Development - Developing Your Personal Brand Workshop

Voices from CPD's Conference on Cultural Diplomacy
Voices from CPD's Conference on Cultural Diplomacy

Hope Obioma Opara speaks about film festivals as a soft power tool in Nollywood.

Ambassador Arturo Sarukhan, CPD Distinguished Fellow (2l013-14)
Ambassador Arturo Sarukhan, CPD Distinguished Fellow (2l013-14)

On Becoming a Diplomat

USC Annenberg Media Center Tour
USC Annenberg Media Center Tour

USC's exciting new Annenberg Media Center will open in Fall 2014.
The Media Center will be the focal point of Wallis Annenberg Hall, our new - and second - building right next to the USC Bookstore. USC students from all majors will work together side by side to create new hybrid forms of media.

This fun video tour takes you from our current newsrooms into the new Annenberg Media Center in the making. Hear what students have to say about the upcoming move to their new media home.

Cameraman-Editor: Nick Burton
Host: Rachel Scott
Producer: Serena Cha

For more on Wallis Annenberg Hall, please visit:
wallisannenberghall.uscannenberg.org

Fight On!

USC Annenberg Alumni Use 24/7 Digital Tools and Social Media
USC Annenberg Alumni Use 24/7 Digital Tools and Social Media

Meet some of our great USC Annenberg media alumni leading the way in network and local broadcast-multimedia organizations and other fields.
We asked them to produce creative clips in the studio, on the White House lawn, in the newsroom, in the field and even in a locker room.
Take a look at the digital skills our alumni use and hear their thoughts on the new Annenberg Media Center opening in Fall 2014.
The Media Center will be the focal point of Wallis Annenberg Hall, our new - and second - building right next to the USC Bookstore.

Thank you to these alumni (in order of appearance):
John Peck, CBS This Morning
Stacey Persoff, CBS This Morning
Shawna Thomas, NBC News
Katie Kim, KRQE-TV
Kris Van Cleave, WJLA-TV
Nick Valencia, CNN
Alvand Salehi, Presidential Management Fellow
Scott Kegley, San Francisco 49ers organization

Thank you also to Annenberg alum Elex Michaelson for talking to an audience at Bovard about his use of social media in reporting.

Find out where many of our alumni have landed by visiting:
atvn.org/alumni

Fight On!

Summit Marks One-Year Anniversary of Global Centers
Summit Marks One-Year Anniversary of Global Centers

Filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt, a co-leader of The Third Eye, discusses the power of entertainment to address some of the world's problems at a news conference marking the first-year anniversary of Hollywood, Health & Society's global centers.

On hand for the event were The Third Eye Director Vinta Nanda, Nollywood Workshops' Gist Co-Director Aimee Corrigan, Nigerian filmmaker Tunde Kelani, HH&S Program Administrator Chris Dzialo, who oversees the projects, and other entertainment figures from the creative capitals of Hollywood, Bollywood and Nollywood.

With over a decade of experience and established partnerships with entertainment, public health and multilateral organizations, Hollywood, Health & Society, a program of the USC Annenberg Norman Lear Center, launched The Third Eye in India and Gist in Nigeria to use the power of entertainment to improve the lives of millions of TV and film viewers

impact Episode 77
impact Episode 77

Show 77 takes a closer look at three organizations tackling social and environmental challenges. And they show that persistence does pay off.

impact Episode 77: Number 74
impact Episode 77: Number 74

An environmental problem threatens the lives of sea lions on the California coast. One sea lion in particular, gets a second and third chance with the help of a rescue group.

impact Episode 77: La Señora Cristina
impact Episode 77: La Señora Cristina

A small community in Tijuana gets a boost when a woman builds a school to increase early childhood education in the area.

impact Episode 77: Foraging
impact Episode 77: Foraging

Wild food foraging turns gourmet in the hands of a chef and her partner, who are working to turn their hobby into a business.

Journalism Forum -- Off the Bench: Women & Sports Journalism
Journalism Forum -- Off the Bench: Women & Sports Journalism

Women are still fighting to break into sports journalism, an industry that has historically been dominated by men. According to a study done by the Women's Media Center, 90% of sports editors are male. The 2012 Associated Press Sports Editors Racial and Gender Report Card gave an F grade for gender representation in sports columnists and editors.

But as NFL Network host Lindsay Rhodes pointed out, "We're all proof that if you work hard and you're persistent, you'll find your way." Rhodes was among the five women working in sports journalism who joined our March 11 panel discussion "Off the Bench: Women & Sports Journalism".

Panelists:
- Lindsay Rhodes, NFL Network host and two-time Emmy winner for sports reporting
- Janis Carr, sports writer for The Orange County Register
- Robyn Norwood, sports writer and the only woman president of the US Basketball Writers Association
- Kari Van Horn, producer and content editor for Yahoo Sports
- Jill Painter Lopez, twice named one of the top ten US sports columnists by the Associated Press Sports Editors

The conversation was hosted by CCLP Director and USC professor Geoffrey Cowan and moderated by CCLP senior fellow, author and journalist Narda Zacchino, with an introduction from Annenberg Journalism School Director Michael Parks.

Read a summary of our event at:
http://communicationleadership.usc.edu/blog/women_discuss_breaking_into_sports_journalism_at_cclp_forum.html

CPD Student Voices
CPD Student Voices

What is is like to be associated with the USC Center on Public Diplomacy. Here are a few students who want to share their experience with you.

The Affordable Care Act: Comedy, Drama & Reality
The Affordable Care Act: Comedy, Drama & Reality

Hollywood, Health & Society collaborated with the Writers Guild of America, East, in presenting "The Affordable Care Act: Comedy, Drama & Reality," a panel on portraying Obamacare in TV and film, at the WGAE headquarters in New York.

Panel members were Julie Green Bataille, director of the Office of Communications, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid (CMS); Wendell Potter, former head of communications for the giant health insurance company CIGNA and author of Deadly Spin: An Insurance Company Insider Speaks Out on How Corporate PR Is Killing Health Care and Deceiving Americans; and Trudy Lieberman, a veteran journalist who has written extensively about health and health-care coverage.

Marty Kaplan, director of The Norman Lear Center, and Michael Winship, president of the WGAE, served as co-moderators.

Hollywood, Health & Society is a program of the USC Annenberg Lear Center that connects TV writers/producers and filmmakers with health and climate change experts on questions dealing with storylines in scripts. HH&S' resources and services are free.

Thank you for your support! $100 million of $150 million raised!
Thank you for your support! $100 million of $150 million raised!

USC Annenberg School of Communication and Journalism announced that its fundraising initiative has quickly surpassed $100 million since launching in fall 2012, with approximately $50 million currently remaining toward the $150-million goal. Donate now: https://giveto.usc.edu/?fundid=14&amp

10th Annual Walt Fisher Lecture-Greg Dickinson
10th Annual Walt Fisher Lecture-Greg Dickinson

USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism is pleased to host the 10th Annual Walt Fisher Lecture, honoring emeritus professor and former School of Communication director Walter Fisher. This year's guest is award winning teacher and scholar, Greg Dickinson, USC Annenberg alumnus and professor of Communication Studies at Colorado State University. Greg's scholarship focuses on the ways buildings and human landscapes engage viewers on questions of beliefs, values, and action and it often explores the intersections of rhetoric, memory, and place. He has published in numerous journals, and is completing two books, one on the suburbs and a second, with his co-authors Eric Aoki and Brian L. Ott, on the Buffalo Bill Historical Center.
Title of Talk: Recollecting a New God: Bullocks Wilshire and the Ambivalence of Memory

The Affordable Care Act: Comedy, Drama & Reality (clip 4)
The Affordable Care Act: Comedy, Drama & Reality (clip 4)

Journalist Trudy Lieberman talks about widespread hunger among the elderly in America.

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Hollywood, Health & Society collaborated with the Writers Guild of America, East, in presenting "The Affordable Care Act: Comedy, Drama & Reality," a panel on portraying Obamacare in TV and film, at the WGAE headquarters in New York.

Panel members were Julie Green Bataille, director of the Office of Communications, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid (CMS); Wendell Potter, former head of communications for the giant health insurance company CIGNA and author of Deadly Spin: An Insurance Company Insider Speaks Out on How Corporate PR Is Killing Health Care and Deceiving Americans; and Trudy Lieberman, a veteran journalist who has written extensively about health and health-care coverage.

Marty Kaplan, director of The Norman Lear Center, and Michael Winship, president of the WGAE, served as co-moderators.

Hollywood, Health & Society is a program of the USC Annenberg Lear Center that connects TV writers/producers and filmmakers with health and climate change experts on questions dealing with storylines in scripts. HH&S' resources and services are free.

The Affordable Care Act: Comedy, Drama & Reality (clip 3)
The Affordable Care Act: Comedy, Drama & Reality (clip 3)

Wendell Potter discusses why he left CIGNA to become an outspoken critic of the health insurance industry.

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Hollywood, Health & Society collaborated with the Writers Guild of America, East, in presenting "The Affordable Care Act: Comedy, Drama & Reality," a panel on portraying Obamacare in TV and film, at the WGAE headquarters in New York.

Panel members were Julie Green Bataille, director of the Office of Communications, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid (CMS); Wendell Potter, former head of communications for the giant health insurance company CIGNA and author of Deadly Spin: An Insurance Company Insider Speaks Out on How Corporate PR Is Killing Health Care and Deceiving Americans; and Trudy Lieberman, a veteran journalist who has written extensively about health and health-care coverage.

Marty Kaplan, director of The Norman Lear Center, and Michael Winship, president of the WGAE, served as co-moderators.

Hollywood, Health & Society is a program of the USC Annenberg Lear Center that connects TV writers/producers and filmmakers with health and climate change experts on questions dealing with storylines in scripts. HH&S' resources and services are free.

The Affordable Care Act: Comedy, Drama & Reality (clip 2)
The Affordable Care Act: Comedy, Drama & Reality (clip 2)

Wendell Potter and Trudy Lieberman talk about some of the political battle that Republicans and Democrats waged over the Affordable Care Act.

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Hollywood, Health & Society collaborated with the Writers Guild of America, East, in presenting "The Affordable Care Act: Comedy, Drama & Reality," a panel on portraying Obamacare in TV and film, at the WGAE headquarters in New York.

Panel members were Julie Green Bataille, director of the Office of Communications, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid (CMS); Wendell Potter, former head of communications for the giant health insurance company CIGNA and author of Deadly Spin: An Insurance Company Insider Speaks Out on How Corporate PR Is Killing Health Care and Deceiving Americans; and Trudy Lieberman, a veteran journalist who has written extensively about health and health-care coverage.

Marty Kaplan, director of The Norman Lear Center, and Michael Winship, president of the WGAE, served as co-moderators.

Hollywood, Health & Society is a program of the USC Annenberg Lear Center that connects TV writers/producers and filmmakers with health and climate change experts on questions dealing with storylines in scripts. HH&S' resources and services are free.

The Affordable Care Act: Comedy, Drama & Reality (clip 1)
The Affordable Care Act: Comedy, Drama & Reality (clip 1)

Julie Green Bataille, director of the Office of Communications for the CMS, discusses the importance of getting the right information to people about the Affordable Care Act.

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Hollywood, Health & Society collaborated with the Writers Guild of America, East, in presenting "The Affordable Care Act: Comedy, Drama & Reality," a panel on portraying Obamacare in TV and film, at the WGAE headquarters in New York.

Panel members were Julie Green Bataille, director of the Office of Communications, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid (CMS); Wendell Potter, former head of communications for the giant health insurance company CIGNA and author of Deadly Spin: An Insurance Company Insider Speaks Out on How Corporate PR Is Killing Health Care and Deceiving Americans; and Trudy Lieberman, a veteran journalist who has written extensively about health and health-care coverage.

Marty Kaplan, director of The Norman Lear Center, and Michael Winship, president of the WGAE, served as co-moderators.

Hollywood, Health & Society is a program of the USC Annenberg Lear Center that connects TV writers/producers and filmmakers with health and climate change experts on questions dealing with storylines in scripts. HH&S' resources and services are free.

Storybus Tours: NASA-JPL in 3-D
Storybus Tours: NASA-JPL in 3-D

Hollywood, Health & Society, a program of the USC Annenberg Norman Lear Center, took more than 35 film and TV writers and producers on an exclusive, behind-the-scenes Storybus Tour to the sprawling JPL campus to learn about climate change and mitigation efforts—a few of them positively sci-fi-esque—from the scientists and engineers working on the front lines to address the crisis.

"JPL is at the forefront of climate science research," said Kate Langrall Folb, director of Hollywood, Health & Society, calling global warming the most important health issue of our time.

The tour featured presentations from some of JPL's leading experts, along with stops throughout the complex to see the mission control room for unmanned flights that included the 2012 landing of the Mars rover Curiosity, and the spacecraft assembly room, where technicians were meticulously piecing together the SMAP satellite for launch soon, which will map soil moisture. It's part of a new and ambitious campaign of exploration that targets Earth instead of distant galaxies called "Your Planet Is Changing/We're On It," which includes five science missions in the coming year designed to measure our home's vital signs.

ASCJ Career Development Communication Management Alumni Panel
ASCJ Career Development Communication Management Alumni Panel

USC Annenberg Centers: California Endowment Health Journalism Fellowships
USC Annenberg Centers: California Endowment Health Journalism Fellowships

USC Annenberg Centers: Center for the Digital Future
USC Annenberg Centers: Center for the Digital Future

USC Annenberg Centers: Center on Communication Leadership and Policy
USC Annenberg Centers: Center on Communication Leadership and Policy

USC Annenberg Centers: Strategic Communication and Public Relations Center
USC Annenberg Centers: Strategic Communication and Public Relations Center

USC Annenberg Centers: Annenberg Innovation Lab
USC Annenberg Centers: Annenberg Innovation Lab

USC Annenberg Centers: Knight Digital Media Center
USC Annenberg Centers: Knight Digital Media Center

USC Annenberg Centers: USC U.S. - China Institute
USC Annenberg Centers: USC U.S. - China Institute

USC Annenberg Centers: The Norman Lear Center
USC Annenberg Centers: The Norman Lear Center

JOUR 599-Monetization and the New Media
JOUR 599-Monetization and the New Media

Professor Gabriel Kahn describes what students will learn while taking the course Monetization and the New Media.

COMM 372 and SWMS 377-The Image of the Journalist in Popular Culture
COMM 372 and SWMS 377-The Image of the Journalist in Popular Culture

Professor Joe Saltzman describes what you will learn in his communications course, The Image of the Journalist in Popular Culture. COMM 372 and SWMS 377

JOUR 469-Money Markets and Media
JOUR 469-Money Markets and Media

Professor Gabe Kahn gives reason to why media students should have an understanding of economics.

#ARJournalism @USCAnnenberg
#ARJournalism @USCAnnenberg

Professor Robert Hernandez shows what his students accomplished in a specialized, experimental class; JOUR 499, Augmented Reality and Journalism. Hernandez's students created an augmented reality platform for the Los Angeles Public Library to use.

What's New @USCAnnenberg
What's New @USCAnnenberg

A look at USC Annenberg's social media footprint and new websites.

ASCJ Career Development Presents:H1-B Visa Information Presentation
ASCJ Career Development Presents:H1-B Visa Information Presentation

The Obituary of William Custis
The Obituary of William Custis

Lear Center director Marty Kaplan moderates a panel at the 2014 conference of the American Historical Association, as part of the Lear Center's Historians, Journalists, and the Challenges of Getting It Right project.

"The Art and Craft of the Obituary" looks at obit writing from the perspectives of those who write them as well as historians who must use them as a resource.

The full video will be available on C-SPAN in February 2014.

The Obituary of a Bouncer
The Obituary of a Bouncer

Lear Center director Marty Kaplan moderates a panel at the 2014 conference of the American Historical Association, as part of the Lear Center's Historians, Journalists, and the Challenges of Getting It Right project.

"The Art and Craft of the Obituary" looks at obit writing from the perspectives of those who write them as well as historians who must use them as a resource.

The full video will be available on C-SPAN in February 2014.

Portraits of Grief After 9/11
Portraits of Grief After 9/11

Lear Center director Marty Kaplan moderates a panel at the 2014 conference of the American Historical Association, as part of the Lear Center's Historians, Journalists, and the Challenges of Getting It Right project.

"The Art and Craft of the Obituary" looks at obit writing from the perspectives of those who write them as well as historians who must use them as a resource.

The full video will be available on C-SPAN in February 2014.

The Obituary of "Despicable" Edward Von Kloberg III
The Obituary of "Despicable" Edward Von Kloberg III

Lear Center director Marty Kaplan moderates a panel at the 2014 conference of the American Historical Association, as part of the Lear Center's Historians, Journalists, and the Challenges of Getting It Right project.

"The Art and Craft of the Obituary" looks at obit writing from the perspectives of those who write them as well as historians who must use them as a resource.

The full video will be available on C-SPAN in February 2014.

The Obituary of Stripper Liz Renay
The Obituary of Stripper Liz Renay

Lear Center director Marty Kaplan moderates a panel at the 2014 conference of the American Historical Association, as part of the Lear Center's Historians, Journalists, and the Challenges of Getting It Right project.

"The Art and Craft of the Obituary" looks at obit writing from the perspectives of those who write them as well as historians who must use them as a resource.

The full video will be available on C-SPAN in February 2014.

JOUR 467-Gender and the News Media
JOUR 467-Gender and the News Media

COMM 494-Media, Diversity, and Social Change Initiative
COMM 494-Media, Diversity, and Social Change Initiative

Marc Choueiti of the Media, Diversity and Social Change Initiative team asks you to sign up for COMM 494.

Storybus Tours: NASA-JPL in 3-D / Writers' Comments
Storybus Tours: NASA-JPL in 3-D / Writers' Comments

Hollywood, Health & Society took more than 35 film and TV writers and producers on an exclusive, behind-the-scenes Storybus Tour to the sprawling JPL campus to learn about climate change and mitigation efforts from the scientists and engineers working on the front lines to address the crisis. Here, a few of the writers comment on the tour.

BBC Correspondant Kim Ghattas on Hillary Clinton
BBC Correspondant Kim Ghattas on Hillary Clinton

The USC Center on Public Diplomacy and USC Annenberg School of Journalism were pleased to host a conversation with Kim Ghattas, the BBC's State Department correspondent since 2008 and author of "The Secretary: A Journey with Hillary Clinton from Beirut to the Heart of American Power," released in March 2013.

Chick Hearn Award Winners
Chick Hearn Award Winners

Evan Budrovich ('15) and Sarah Bergstrom ('15) interviewed by Time Warner Cable SportsNet Lakers play-by-play announcer, Bill Macdonald (B.A. Communication, '81), and game analyst, Stu Lantz prior to the Los Angeles Lakers playing the visiting Sacramento Kings on November 24, 2013.

2013 Chick Hearn Scholarship Winners Lakers Live Pregame Interview
2013 Chick Hearn Scholarship Winners Lakers Live Pregame Interview

Evan Budrovich ('15) and Sarah Bergstrom ('15) interviewed by Time Warner Cable SportsNet Lakers play-by-play announcer, Bill Macdonald (B.A. Communication, '81), and game analyst, Stu Lantz prior to the Los Angeles Lakers playing the visiting Sacramento Kings on November 24, 2013.

CPD Conversations in Public Diplomacy:  Richard Wike on "How India Sees the U.S."
CPD Conversations in Public Diplomacy: Richard Wike on "How India Sees the U.S."

This video is part of the USC Center on Public Diplomacy Conversations series. On September 11, 2013, Richard Wike, Associate Director of Pew's Global Attitudes Project spoke at CPD.

ABOUT CPD:
USC Center on Public Diplomacy at the Annenberg School

The USC Center on Public Diplomacy (CPD) was established in 2003 as a partnership between the Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism and the School of International Relations at the University of Southern California. It is a research, analysis and professional training organization dedicated to furthering the study and practice of global public diplomacy.

For more on the Center on Public Diplomacy: http://uscpublicdiplomacy.org/

CPD Conversations in Public Diplomacy: Richard Wike on "How China Sees the U.S."
CPD Conversations in Public Diplomacy: Richard Wike on "How China Sees the U.S."

This video is part of the USC Center on Public Diplomacy Conversations series. On September 11, 2013, Richard Wike, Associate Director of Pew's Global Attitudes Project spoke at CPD.

ABOUT CPD:
USC Center on Public Diplomacy at the Annenberg School

The USC Center on Public Diplomacy (CPD) was established in 2003 as a partnership between the Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism and the School of International Relations at the University of Southern California. It is a research, analysis and professional training organization dedicated to furthering the study and practice of global public diplomacy.

For more on the Center on Public Diplomacy: http://uscpublicdiplomacy.org/

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