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National Public Radio. TV Cop Shows Affect Real-World Policing, Study Says. February 6, 2020

BoingBoing. A new study further confirms that most crime TV shows are good PR for cops. January 27, 2020

Variety. Netflix, NBC, ABC Lead in Depictions of Wrongful Actions by People of Color in Crime Dramas, Study Finds. January 21, 2020

IndieWire. New Study Reveals How Crime TV Series Distort Understanding of Race and Criminal Justice System. January 21, 2020

Forbes. A Study About The Portrayal Of Immigrants On Television Offers Surprising Results. December 31, 2019

Washington Post. Hallmark’s Christmas movies are part of a culture war their viewers are losing. December 23, 2019

NBC News. ‘Touching and Triggering’: ‘Knives Out’ sparks question of how to tell immigration stories. December 20, 2019

The Conversation: Liberals and Conservatives Have Wildly Different TV-Viewing Habits – But These 5 Shows Bring Everyone Together, Johanna Blakley, July 1, 2019

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