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Where can a USC Annenberg Journalism degree take you?
Where can a USC Annenberg Journalism degree take you?

At Annenberg, our graduates go on to work at the most influential news outlets in the world as foreign correspondents, on-air reporters, multimedia storytellers and broadcast producers. Hear how some recent alumni rely on the skills they learned at Annenberg every day to advance the journalism they do in the newsroom.

ASEAN Matters for Southern California
ASEAN Matters for Southern California

On Tuesday, October 7th the United States Ambassadors to Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore visited the USC Center on Public Diplomacy for an in-depth panel discussion on the local impact of ASEAN/U.S. trade, why ASEAN is critical to Southern California’s continued economic growth, and the vital role of public diplomacy.

Professor Gabriel Kahn, Co-Director, Media, Economics and Entrepreneurship; Director, Future of Journalism at the Annenberg Innovation Lab moderated the event. The event was presented in collaboration with the Pacific Council on International Policy.

Visit uscpublicdiplomacy.org for more information.

Jon Iwata at IBM speaks about the importance of Third Space qualities.
Jon Iwata at IBM speaks about the importance of Third Space qualities.

Jon Iwata at IBM speaks about the importance of Third Space qualities. The video showed as part of the Annenberg Forum 2014 which brought business leaders around the globe to meet at Wallis Annenberg Hall for a one day forum on how industry can bridge the multi-trillion dollar talent gap.

Career Development Careers in Entertainment Alumni Panel 2014
Career Development Careers in Entertainment Alumni Panel 2014

What's So Funny About Climate Change? (highlights)
What's So Funny About Climate Change? (highlights)

HH&S held a panel at the Writers Guild of America, East in New York on Sept. 19 titled “What’s So Funny About Climate Change?” that featured TV legend Norman Lear, top comedy writers and experts.

The discussion kicked off scheduled events surrounding the city’s UN Climate Summit 2014 (Sept. 23), including the People’s Climate March (Sept. 21) and Climate Week NYC (Sept. 22-28).

In addition to Lear, the panel featured Rory Albanese, showrunner for "The Minority Report With Larry Wilmore" and former showrunner, "The Daily Show With Jon Stewart"; Chris Albers, writer for "Borgia" and writer/producer, "Late Night," "The Tonight Show With Conan O’Brien," and "Late Show With David Letterman"; Sidney Harris, science cartoonist for The New Yorker, The Wall Street Journal and other publications; Lyn Lear, environmental activist and producer; Anthony Leiserowitz, Ph.D., of the Yale Project on Climate Change Communication; and Lizz Winstead, co-creator and former head writer of "The Daily Show" and author of "Lizz Free or Die: Essays." The panel was co-sponsored by the Writers Guild of America, East.

Serving as co-moderators were Michael Winship, senior writer, "Moyers & Company," and president of the WGAE; and Marty Kaplan, director of the USC Annenberg Norman Lear Center.

The African-American Experience in Major League Baseball - Living in Segregated America
The African-American Experience in Major League Baseball - Living in Segregated America

On April 15, 1947, Jackie Robinson became the first African-American to play in a Major League Baseball game. Throughout the next few decades, hundreds of African-American players would follow in his footsteps, overcoming the greatest of odds to play the game that they loved.

The USC Annenberg Institute of Sports, Media & Society is attempting to record these players' historic tales in its "African-American Experience in Major League Baseball" project. The project's goal is to interview the African-American players who played in the 25 years following Jackie Robinson's first game and to record their stories in an online digital library for posterity.

As part of the project, we will regularly be releasing highlights from these interviews, each video focusing on a different subject matter.

In this video, we've gathered players discussing their experiences growing up and living in the segregated South.

**For information on how to contribute to this project, please email aisms@usc.edu**

Perspectives on Race in American Sports: Narratives from the Playing Field
Perspectives on Race in American Sports: Narratives from the Playing Field

Thursday February 27, 2014 - USC Annenberg Auditorium

The USC Annenberg Institute of Sports, Media & Society is proud to welcome Jim "Mudcat" Grant, Vernon Law and Marcellus Wiley for the Spring 2014 Conference on Sports panel, "Perspectives on Race in American Sports: Narratives from the Playing Field".

The panelists sat down with Institute Director Dr. Daniel Durbin to discuss the lessons they have learned on race relations from their time playing professional sports.

Dr. Miller Brown - "Bioethics and the Future of Sports"
Dr. Miller Brown - "Bioethics and the Future of Sports"

The USC Annenberg Institute of Sports, Media & Society was proud to host Dr. W. Miller Brown (Trinity College) as a part of their Fall 2014 Sports Ethics Symposium.

Dr. Brown presented his paper on "Bioethics and the Future of Sports" to USC students, faculty, staff and guests.

The African-American Experience in Major League Baseball
The African-American Experience in Major League Baseball

On April 15, 1947, Jackie Robinson became the first African-American to play in a Major League Baseball game. Throughout the next few decades, hundreds of African-American players would follow in his footsteps, overcoming the greatest of odds to play the game that they loved.

The USC Annenberg Institute of Sports, Media & Society is recording these players' historic tales in its "African-American Experience in Major League Baseball" project. The project's goal is to interview the African-American players who played in the 25 years following Jackie Robinson's first game and to record their stories in an online digital library for posterity.

This video is a trailer intended to give you a taste of the sort of material we have been gathering.

**For information on how to donate, please contact ddurbin@usc.edu**

African-American Experience in Major League Baseball: Playing With the Legends
African-American Experience in Major League Baseball: Playing With the Legends

On April 15, 1947, Jackie Robinson became the first African-American to play in a Major League Baseball game. Throughout the next few decades, hundreds of African-American players would follow in his footsteps, overcoming the greatest of odds to play the game that they loved.

The USC Annenberg Institute of Sports, Media & Society is attempting to record these players' historic tales in its "African-American Experience in Major League Baseball" project. The project's goal is to interview the African-American players who played in the 25 years following Jackie Robinson's first game and to record their stories in an online digital library for posterity.

As part of the project, we will regularly be releasing highlights from these interviews, each video focusing on a different subject matter.

In this video, we've gathered players discussing their experiences with some of baseball's biggest legends, from Jackie Robinson to Ted Williams.

**For information on how to contribute to this project, please email aisms@usc.edu**

Investigating Power and the Future of Truth with Charles Lewis
Investigating Power and the Future of Truth with Charles Lewis

Mortally consequential lies by those in power can take months, years or even decades to discover. That means a public deluded about some of the most important issues of the day until it's too late to do anything meaningful about them. What are the implications for journalism and democracy if citizens don’t have timely, accurate information?

The Encyclopedia of Journalism called American University Professor Charles Lewis “one of the 30 most notable investigative reporters in the U.S. since World War I.” Founder of the Center for Public Integrity, and winner of the PEN USA First Amendment Award for his courage in expanding the reach of investigative journalism, American University professor Charles Lewis is author most recently of 935 Lies: The Future of Truth and the Decline of America's Moral Integrity.

Thursday, October 30, 2014 :: 12 Noon
Wallis Annenberg Hall, Room 106 :: USC University Campus

This USC Annenberg Dean’s Forum is co-sponsored by the School of Journalism and the Norman Lear Center.

Geek Speaks: The Future of Comics (Part I)
Geek Speaks: The Future of Comics (Part I)

USC Annenberg Innovation Lab Presents:
Geek Speaks: The Future of Comics
10/23/2014
A Conversation with Henry Jenkins & Scott McCloud

Geek Speaks: The Future of Comics (Part I)
Geek Speaks: The Future of Comics (Part I)

USC Annenberg Innovation Lab Presents:
Geek Speaks: The Future of Comics
10/23/2014
A Conversation with Henry Jenkins & Scott McCloud

Geek Speaks: The Future of Comics (Part II)
Geek Speaks: The Future of Comics (Part II)

USC Annenberg Innovation Lab Presents:
Geek Speaks: The Future of Comics
10/23/2014
Geoffrey Long (Annenberg Innovation Lab), Moderator
Dan Burwen (Cognito Comics)
Patrick Chappatte (Editorial Cartoonist)
Joe LeFavi (Quixotic Transmedia)
Hank Kanalz (DC Entertainment)
Diana Williams (Lucasfilm)

Alexis Lloyd - 2014 Annenberg Innovator in Residence
Alexis Lloyd - 2014 Annenberg Innovator in Residence

Alexis Lloyd, Creative Director for the New York Times R&D Lab, visited USC last week. Hear about what she learned from her time in L.A., what her goals are at the New York Times, advice she has for students and more.

2014 Sentinel Awards (highlights)
2014 Sentinel Awards (highlights)

NBC’s hit series “Parenthood,” now in its final season, received first place in the Drama category in the 2014 Sentinel Awards, presented by Hollywood, Health & Society, a program of the USC Annenberg Norman Lear Center.

The event, held at the Taglyan Center on Oct. 9, drew some of the top names in the entertainment industry. Producer Jerry Weintraub (“Ocean’s Eleven,” “Ocean’s Twelve,” “Behind the Candelabra”) accepted the award for “Years of Living Dangerously,” for which he served as executive producer. Alex Borstein, who plays Nurse Dawn on HBO’s “Getting On,” presented the award in the Comedy category, and executive producer and show runner Jason Katims represented “Parenthood.“ Also accepting awards were Dante Di Loreto, executive producer for “The Normal Heart,” and Chris Nee, executive producer and creator of the Disney Junior hit show “Doc McStuffins.”

“The Normal Heart” (HBO) won first place for Drama TV Movie with a powerful story about HIV/AIDS activism in the early 1980’s. Mark Ruffalo, Jonathan Groff, and Frank De Julio starred in the film based on the original screenplay by Larry Kramer.

In the Climate Change category, “Years of Living Dangerously,” Showtime’s nine-part documentary television series, won first place for an episode featuring Matt Damon on how rising temperatures are becoming a public health emergency. "Parenthood" won for its storyline about Hank, played by Ray Romano, who learns he may have Asperger’s Syndrome. “Doc McStuffins” won in the Children’s Programming category for a storyline that stresses the importance of wearing a helmet when riding a bike. “Getting On” took top honors in the Comedy category for it’s dark humor in dealing with the healthcare system in an extended care hospital ward.

This year, the Reality category was expanded to include talk shows and documentaries. “Life According to Sam” (HBO) took first place in the category for the topic of progeria, a genetic condition where symptoms resembling aging appear at an early age.

The awards are presented in partnership with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

The Walt Disney Company: Global Communications and Branding
The Walt Disney Company: Global Communications and Branding

2014 Sentinel Awards
2014 Sentinel Awards

NBC’s hit series “Parenthood,” now in its final season, received first place in the Drama category in the 2014 Sentinel Awards, presented by Hollywood, Health & Society, a program of the USC Annenberg Norman Lear Center.

The event, held at the Taglyan Center on Oct. 9, drew some of the top names in the entertainment industry. Producer Jerry Weintraub (“Ocean’s Eleven,” “Ocean’s Twelve,” “Behind the Candelabra”) accepted the award for “Years of Living Dangerously,” for which he served as executive producer. Alex Borstein, who plays Nurse Dawn on HBO’s “Getting On,” presented the award in the Comedy category, and executive producer and show runner Jason Katims represented “Parenthood.“ Also accepting awards were Dante Di Loreto, executive producer for “The Normal Heart,” and Chris Nee, executive producer and creator of the Disney Junior hit show “Doc McStuffins.”

“The Normal Heart” (HBO) won first place for Drama TV Movie with a powerful story about HIV/AIDS activism in the early 1980’s. Mark Ruffalo, Jonathan Groff, and Frank De Julio starred in the film based on the original screenplay by Larry Kramer.

In the Climate Change category, “Years of Living Dangerously,” Showtime’s nine-part documentary television series, won first place for an episode featuring Matt Damon on how rising temperatures are becoming a public health emergency. "Parenthood" won for its storyline about Hank, played by Ray Romano, who learns he may have Asperger’s Syndrome. “Doc McStuffins” won in the Children’s Programming category for a storyline that stresses the importance of wearing a helmet when riding a bike. “Getting On” took top honors in the Comedy category for it’s dark humor in dealing with the healthcare system in an extended care hospital ward.

This year, the Reality category was expanded to include talk shows and documentaries. “Life According to Sam” (HBO) took first place in the category for the topic of progeria, a genetic condition where symptoms resembling aging appear at an early age.

The awards are presented in partnership with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Visions and Voices--Voices of South LA
Visions and Voices--Voices of South LA

In light of USC’s recent expansion and potential impact on our neighbors, it is crucial that we take stock of the university’s role in the civic and community life beyond our walls, and understand the significant work, service and fellowship already being cultivated by community members and institutions. A three-part series will examine community building in and around USC and South Los Angeles, with a focus on movements and organizations that are responding to the disparities and injustices that structure life in South L.A. Their daily leadership, sacrifice and creativity helps bind South L.A., catalyzing progressive and sustained neighborhood change.

A dynamic discussion will highlight the visions of activists and leaders from the worlds of neighborhood journalism and community organizing. Panelists include journalist Erin Aubry Kaplan, one of the primary chroniclers of African American life in Los Angeles; Francisco Ortega of the Los Angeles Human Relations Commission; Community Coalition’s Alberto Retana; and media maker Sahra Sulaiman, who works with South L.A. youth and others in the fight for residents’ safe access to the streets.

Q&A with Under Secretary Richard Stengel
Q&A with Under Secretary Richard Stengel

U.S. Under Secretary of State for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs Richard Stengel speaks with award-winning journalist Judy Muller at the USC Center on Public Diplomacy at the Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism on October 15, 2014.

Watch the U/S Stengel's full talk here: http://bit.ly/1xrV4VA

Under Secretary Richard Stengel "Why We Need to Harden Our Soft Power"
Under Secretary Richard Stengel "Why We Need to Harden Our Soft Power"

U.S. Under Secretary of State for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs Richard Stengel speaks about the challenges, and opportunities, of conducting public diplomacy in a complex, hyper-connected world.

The former managing editor of Time Magazine, Under Secretary Stengel visited the USC Center on Public Diplomacy at the Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism on October 15, 2014.

To watch the Q&A session, visit: https://youtube.com/watch?v=R-zEkZTnY-k

Wallis Annenberg Hall Grand Opening
Wallis Annenberg Hall Grand Opening

On October 1, 2014, USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism inaugurated a new era of digital media education, communication and production with the Grand Opening of the visionary Wallis Annenberg Hall.

Digital Footprint Course-JOUR 499-21535R-Robert Hernandez
Digital Footprint Course-JOUR 499-21535R-Robert Hernandez

Learn how to empower and expand your digital footprint in this JOUR 499 class taught by Prof. Robert Hernandez. Annenberg...Of Course!

Mobile Journalism with Amara Aguilar-JOUR 499-21534R
Mobile Journalism with Amara Aguilar-JOUR 499-21534R

In Mobile Journalism, learn how to use the tool in everyone's pocket; the mobile phone, to empower yourself as a journalist. Annenberg... Of Course!

Interactive Design for Publishing-JOUR 499
Interactive Design for Publishing-JOUR 499

Join Amara Aguilar for a course that will show you how to publish content for tablets and mobile devices. Annenberg...Of Course!

Augmented Reality Course--Robert Hernandez
Augmented Reality Course--Robert Hernandez

Prof. Robert Hernandez pitches his Augmented Reality Course for the Annenberg...Of Course Series

Clemente Ladrido Accepts USC Staff Recognition Award
Clemente Ladrido Accepts USC Staff Recognition Award

Clemente Ladrido from the USC Annenberg Norman Lear Center is awarded the October 2014 USC Staff Recognition Award.

Vladek Juszkiewicz on Polish Film Festival Los Angeles at CPD
Vladek Juszkiewicz on Polish Film Festival Los Angeles at CPD

Vladek Juszkiewicz, Executive Director of Polish Film Festival Los Angeles, discusses film as a cultural force and international collaborations at the USC Center on Public Diplomacy at the Annenberg School.

Wallis Annenberg Hall Interior Time Lapse during the Grand Opening
Wallis Annenberg Hall Interior Time Lapse during the Grand Opening

A time lapse view of the forum inside Wallis Annenberg Hall during the Grand Opening of the building, at USC Annenberg on October 1, 2014.

Music by Rolemusic, "Shipwreck in the Pacific Ocean", from the album "The Pirate and the Dancer"

http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Rolemusic/The_Pirate_And_The_Dancer/01_rolemusic_-_shipwreck_in_the_pacific_ocean

Annenberg Students Thank Wallis Annenberg
Annenberg Students Thank Wallis Annenberg

USC Annenberg students thank Wallis Annenberg on the opening of Wallis Annenberg Hall, October 1, 2014.

Time Lapse of Wallis Annenberg Hall
Time Lapse of Wallis Annenberg Hall

A time lapse video showing the construction of Wallis Annenberg Hall from November 2013 to August 2014. The new building opens October 1, 2014.

Music by Johnny Ripper "Sunspots", from the album "It Never Happened".

http://freemusicarchive.org/music/itneverhappened/seximer/itneverhappened_-_seximer_-_22_sunspots_johnny_ripper_remix

What's So Funny About Climate Change?
What's So Funny About Climate Change?

HH&S held a panel at the Writers Guild of America, East in New York on Sept. 19 titled “What’s So Funny About Climate Change?” that featured TV legend Norman Lear, top comedy writers and experts.

The discussion kicked off scheduled events surrounding the city’s UN Climate Summit 2014 (Sept. 23), including the People’s Climate March (Sept. 21) and Climate Week NYC (Sept. 22-28).

In addition to Lear, the panel featured Rory Albanese, showrunner for "The Minority Report With Larry Wilmore" and former showrunner, "The Daily Show With Jon Stewart"; Chris Albers, writer for "Borgia" and writer/producer, "Late Night," "The Tonight Show With Conan O’Brien," and "Late Show With David Letterman"; Sidney Harris, science cartoonist for The New Yorker, The Wall Street Journal and other publications; Lyn Lear, environmental activist and producer; Anthony Leiserowitz, Ph.D., of the Yale Project on Climate Change Communication; and Lizz Winstead, co-creator and former head writer of "The Daily Show" and author of "Lizz Free or Die: Essays." The panel was co-sponsored by the Writers Guild of America, East.

Serving as co-moderators were Michael Winship, senior writer, "Moyers & Company," and president of the WGAE; and Marty Kaplan, director of the USC Annenberg Norman Lear Center.

Digital. Media. Leadership.
Digital. Media. Leadership.

The century to come will be dominated by people who are part of the digital revolution. USC Annenberg is at the forefront of studying, chronicling and creating that digital future.

Bumper music by Rolemusic, "Beach Wedding Dance", from the album The Pirate and The Dancer.

http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Rolemusic/The_Pirate_And_The_Dancer/07_rolemusic_-_beach_wedding_dance

Media Impact Project Measurement System
Media Impact Project Measurement System

An animated explanation of the USC Annenberg Media Impact Project Measurement System, an open-source system for determining how media can engage audiences and determine what works and what doesn't. It combines information about how your story is being seen - everything from web traffic and Facebook likes to offline actions and survey research.

Find out more at mediaimpactproject.org.

Climate Week NYC - March
Climate Week NYC - March

Video of Climate Change march courtesy of HH&S Director Kate Langrall Folb.

State of the School-Fall 2014
State of the School-Fall 2014

USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism Dean Ernest J. Wilson III, Ph.D. informs Annenberg Alumni of the exciting changes taking place at the school during this Fall 2014 Semester.

2036
2036

HH&S recently interviewed students ages 7-12 at the MUSE School in Calabasas and other L.A. venues about global warming, capturing their often funny and insightful thoughts.

The Art & Science of Engagement with Johanna Blakley
The Art & Science of Engagement with Johanna Blakley

Drawing on her extensive work as a media researcher, Johanna Blakley examines the best ways to understand how documentaries affect our lives. Her talk focuses on the need to balance the filmmaker's creative vision with a nuanced understanding of audience as key to measuring the true impact of media. The lecture was the keynote address at the 2014 Hot Docs conference in Toronto.

More information at http://hotdocslibrary.ca/en/detail.cfm?filmId=284618

USC Annenberg: Communication at the Center
USC Annenberg: Communication at the Center

"A place like this doesn't exist anywhere else in the world."
"A place like this doesn't exist anywhere else in the world."

ATVN Executive Producer and USC Annenberg Senior Faith Miller speaks about the unique qualities of USC Annenberg's new Wallis Annenberg Hall.

USC Annenberg: New Building, New Program, New Era
USC Annenberg: New Building, New Program, New Era

USC Annenberg Professors speak about the new building, Wallis Annneberg Hall, and the impact it will have on students using the facility.

Julie Chen visit to USC Annenberg
Julie Chen visit to USC Annenberg

Julie Chen visits with Mary Murphy and her JOUR 381 class at Wallis Annenberg Hall, on August 26, 2014.

Affordable Me: Obamacare on the Ground & on the Air (highlights)
Affordable Me: Obamacare on the Ground & on the Air (highlights)

"Affordable Me: The Face of Obamacare on the Ground & on the Air" was co-sponsored by Hollywood, Health & Society, a program of the USC Annenberg Norman Lear Center, and the Writers Guild of America, West.

The panel featured entertainment industry professionals from top TV shows and local health experts: Dr. Zachary Lutsky, writer, "The Night Shift," and an ER physician at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center; Meg Marinis, story editor, "Grey’s Anatomy"; Hayley Schore, writer/director of development, "Black Box"; Patrick Sean Smith, show runner and executive producer, "Chasing Life"; Carmela Castellano-Garcia, president and CEO, California Primary Care Association; Maribel Contreras, program director, Asian Pacific Family Center; and Jacqueline Mejia, program manager, Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles.

The event was moderated by Martin Kaplan, director of the Lear Center.

A beginning Q&A with the TV writers was followed by small break-out groups anchored by Smith, Schore, Marinis, Clack and Lutsky. In these sessions, focusing on mental health, youth, immigrant families and ER care, the health experts/activists organized presentations from “community storytellers” who offered their real-life experiences.

"What kind of amazing news we can produce out of this new building"
"What kind of amazing news we can produce out of this new building"

Willa Seidenberg of Annenberg Radio News discusses moving into Wallis Annenberg Hall. Seidenberg is most looking forward to the impact the state-of-the-art complex will have on student and faculty collaboration.

Wallis Annenberg Hall's Media Center is "One Big Sandbox for All Our Student Productions to Share"
Wallis Annenberg Hall's Media Center is "One Big Sandbox for All Our Student Productions to Share"

Chuck Boyles, Director of Multimedia Technology for USC Annenberg, shows off the converged Media Center at Wallis Annenberg Hall. The building will be complete for its grand opening on October 1, 2014.

ASCJ 420 Wrigley Science Institute
ASCJ 420 Wrigley Science Institute

Join Professor K.C. Cole in this Annenberg X Course designed to allow USC students to work alongside scientists at the Wrigley Science Institute on Catalina Island.

ASCJ 420 I-Fixit, San Luis Obispo
ASCJ 420 I-Fixit, San Luis Obispo

Learn to repair anything, and share your solutions with a global on-line community. Use critical thinking and communication skills to change the world, one device at a time.

ASCJ420 Exploratorium-K.C. Cole
ASCJ420 Exploratorium-K.C. Cole

Professor K.C. Cole talks about her class that will visit the Exploratorium in San Francisco. The class is designed allow students to become engaged with the most innovative center for art, science and technology and "human awareness" in the world. Mess around, change minds, contribute to the conversation. Field trip Oct. 23-25

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