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Newsy: Study: Your Favorite Show Might Say A Lot About Your Politics, Casey Mendoza, April 30, 2019

The A.V. Club: Bones, Pawn Stars, and Criminal Minds Might Save Our Fractured Country, Dan Nielan, April 26, 2019

Washington Examiner: What’s on TV? Madeline Fry, April 26, 2019

Poynter: It’s Blue vs. Red in TV Viewership Habits, Tom Jones, April 25, 2019

LA Times: TV Shows ‘Bones’ and ‘Criminal Minds’ Cross Political Divides, a New Study Finds, Ashley Lee, April 24, 2019

Deadline Hollywood: Study Finds Surprising Connections Between TV Preference And Political Beliefs, Dino-Ray Ramos, April 24, 2019

Vulture: New Study Finds Both Conservatives and Liberals Like Bones, Anne Victoria Clark, April 24, 2019

Consortium for Media Literacy CONNECT!ONS: Interview with Erica Rosenthal of Hollywood, Health & Society, March 2019

National Public Radio: So…Does American TV Ever Mention Africa? by Alexander Wooley, March 30, 2019

The Washington Post: The NRA Is Still Peeved About CNN’s Parkland Town Hall, by Erik Wemple, March 22, 2019

The Hollywood Reporter: Michael Douglas Discusses Upcoming Nuclear-Themed Projects on 40th Anniversary of ‘China Syndrome,’ by Kristin Vartan, March 21, 2019

The Atlantic: Immigrant Stereotypes Are Everywhere on TV, J.Clara Chan, October 21, 2018

Variety: ’13 Reasons Why’ and ‘One Day at a Time’ Among Honorees at 2018 Sentinel Awards, Rachael Yang, October 4, 2018

The Hollywood Reporter: ‘Jane the Virgin,’ ‘Vida’ Writers Talk Onscreen Representation, by Jenna Marotta, October 3. 2018

Frontline: Creating Virtual Reality Journalism, September 2018

All Things Considered, NPR: “Sentinel Awards Celebrate TV Depictions Of Health, Climate Change And Security,” by Rick Karr, August 30, 2017

CSII Blog: “Popular Music Project & CSII event recap: The Arts of Opposition,” by Claudia Dayani, May 9, 2017

LA Times: Josh Kun, Author Who Uncovered L.A.’s Musical Counter-History, Named MacArthur Fellow, by Randall Roberts, September 22, 2016

Mic.com: The 2016 Campaign Merchandise Tells an Important Story About This Year’s Candidates, by Theresa Avila, November 25, 2015

Engineering Innovation, WTOP: Johanna Blakley Interviewed about STEM Education by Randy Atkins, November 22, 2015

Viterbi Magazine: “The Next MacGyver” and the Power of the Media, by Johanna Blakley, Fall 2015

La Mirada: Fashion Law Studies, by Ana Fernández Abad, August 15, 2015

Washington Post: Sketchbook – TV Legend Norman Lear Spotlights Our Saving Grace That Is the Arts, by Michael Cavna, April 4, 2015

Variety: Can an Oscar Speech Spark Social Change?, by Ted Johnson, February 23, 2015