Press 2007

What I Saw Today blog: “I saw a description of education,” by Lynn Schlatter, December 13, 2007

Mass Communication and Society: “Research Shows Teen Media Failing in Portrayals of Sexual Health,” December 2007

San Francisco Chronicle: “New-media debate sounds like the old,” by Joe Garofoli, November 29, 2007

OCRegister blog: “Classical music the most popular,” November 27, 2007

Associated Press: “Can Oprah’s Blessing Boost Obama?” by Jocelyn Noveck, November 27, 2007

A Crank’s Progress blog: “it’s everywhere,” November 25, 2007

Alex Ross: The Rest is Noise: “Poll: Classical more popular than rock,” by Alex Ross, November 25, 2007

Deadline L.A. Radio interview, KPFK: “Zogby/Lear Center poll on entertainment and politics,” Barbara Osborn and Howard Blume interview Johanna Blakley and Fritz Wenzel, November 24, 2007 “Turn on ‘House’ to brings liberals, conservatives together,” November 23, 2007

Variety article: “Politicians and stars mix in campaigns,” by Ted Johnson, November 21, 2007

The World News Tonight Radio interview, CHQR: “A USC project advises Hollywood on medical content and storylines,” Rob Breakenridge interviews Kathy Le on Hollywood, Health & Society, November 20, 2007

MSN Canada: “Are Medical Shows Good for Our Health,” by Flannery Dean, November 20, 2007

XM Satellite Radio interview, POTUS 08: “Zogby/Lear Center poll on entertainment and politics,” Fritz Wenzel interviews Johanna Blakley on Zogby’s Real America, November 19, 2007 “So Sweet, So Cool, So Fair,” by Carl Wilson, November 19, 2007

The Wichita Eagle, “Everyone has a tint of blue, red in him,” by Brent Castillo, November 15, 2007 blog: “Progressive Culture and the Creative Culture,” by Mike Connery, November 15, 2007

PCWorld: “Poll: Liberal Play More Games than Conservatives,” by Matt Peckham, November 14, 2007

Campus Progress: “You Know You’re A Liberal If,” November 14, 2007

KPCC Airtalk with Larry Mantle interview: “National Survey On Politics And Entertainment,” November 14, 2007

CBS News Public Eye blog: “Red, Blue and Purple In The Aisles,” November 14, 2007

From 50,000 Feet: “Red, Purple and Blue TV,” November 14, 2007

Social Media: “Liberals, conservatives like different entertainment,” November 14, 2007

The “Bush” Whacked League blog entry: “Color me not surprised,” November 14, 2007

Campus Progress: “You Know You’re A Liberal If,” Novermber 14, 2007 “Red Vs. Blue Vs. Purple?,” Novermber 13, 2007

Infendo: “Liberal, conservative — we all love Mario,” November 13, 2007

Next Generation: “Mario Spans Political Schism,” by Samantha Mason, November 13, 2007

GameSpot: “Poll: Liberals game more than conservatives,” Novermber 13, 2007 “Conservatives Avoid Gaming, But Everyone Loves Mario,” by Mark Wilson, November 13, 2007

Wired: “How Your Political Leanings Influence the Games You Play,” by Susan Arendt, November 13, 2007

: “POLL: Liberals More Open To Opinions That ?Reflect Values Other Than Their Own?,” November 13, 2007

War Room “Divided we stand,” by Tim Grieve, November 13, 2007

Nikki Finke’s Deadline Hollywood Daily Showbiz Tastes of Reds, Blues, Purples,” by Nikki Finke, Novermber 13, 2007

Corpus Callosum: “What Conservatives Like,” by Jospeh j7uy5, November 13, 2007

LA Observed: “Red, blue and purple America,” by Kevin Roderick, Novermbet 13, 2007

DownWithTyranny blog: “Right Wingers Mostly Hate Music. Surprised?” November 12, 2007

Politico: “When television and politics collide,” by Jeffrey Ressner, Novermber 12, 2007 “Zogby: the Truth about Reds and Blues,” November 12, 2007

Open Left: “It’s The Culture, Stupid,” by Chris Bowers, Novermber 12, 2007

Wilshire and Washington: “Divided We Stand,” by Ted Johnson, November 11, 2007

Forbes article: “TV’s Medical Missteps,” by Allison Van Dusen, September 19, 2007

CBS News: “Oprah Throws Fundraising Bash For Obama,” September 8, 2007

Reuters article: “Thompson takes talk-show politics to next level,” by Steve Gorman, September 7, 2007 “Oprah support good for Obama,” September 5, 2007

The Atlanta-Journal Constitution: “Getting technical with TV,” by Jeff Nesmith, August 18, 2007

The Times (London) article: “The Americans are coming,” by Christopher Goodwin, August 12, 2007

Associated Press: “Analysis: Rivals Target Romney,” by Liz Sidoti, August 9, 2007

Associated Press: “Is apathy over Bonds more than just steroid suspicion?” by Jocelyn Noveck, August 8, 2007

Los Angeles Times article: “Starbucks goes to Tijuana, finally,” by Josh Kun, August 6, 2007

Los Angeles Times: “The Specialists,” by Mary McNamara, July 29, 2007

Los Angeles Times: “Times publisher says front page may get ads,” by Thomas S. Mulligan, July 14, 2007

Los Angeles Times: “Constitutional smackdown,” by Martin Kaplan, July 3, 2007

University of Catalonia interview: “Entertainment, understood as the art of capturing and maintaining attention is the most important force today,” by Angels Donate and Miriam Pita, July 2007

O, The Oprah Magazine: “TV as Med School?” by Catherine Guthrie, July 2007

Dowagiac Daily News Online: “ExxonMobil spending less to find oil than in 1981,” by John Eby, June 11, 2007

USC Trojan Family Magazine: “Enter, King Lear,” by Elizabeth Segal, Summer 2007

USC Trojan Family Magazine: “Does Television Make You Stupid?” by Elizabeth Segal, Summer 2007

Journal and Courier: “Local physicians rate medical accuracy of television shows,” by Dorothy Schneider, May 29, 2007

The Age: “Medical experts call for more TV realism,” by Rachel Browne, May 27, 2007

Reuters: “Health experts help TV docs get facts straight,” by Lisa Richwine, May 25, 2007

Los Angeles Times: “Will Fred Thompson’s racist role have political repercussions?” by Tina Daunt, May 4, 2007

American Journalism Review: What the Mainstream Media Can Learn from Jon Stewart,” by Rachael Smolkin, April/May 2007

The New York Times: “After Virgina Tech, Testing Limits of Movie Violence,” by Michael Cieply, April 30, 2007

Associated Press: “CDC Helping TV Show Writers Keep the Medicine Real,” by Mike Stobbe, April 20, 2007

Los Angeles Times: “School sues radio station,” by Tami Addollah and Howard Blume, April 19, 2007

The New York Times: “The Media Equation: Flying Solo Past the Point of No Return, by David Carr, April 13, 2007

Variety: “Clinton targets TV, videogames,” by William Triplett, April 9, 2007

The New York Times: “A Newspaper Shake-up; For Tribune Buyer, a Storm to the West,” by Laura M. Holson and Sharon Waxman, April 3, 2007

Associated Press: “After Big Deal: ‘L.A. Times’ Plays It As It Lays,” April 2, 2007

The New York Times: “…Having a Great Detox,” by Ruth La Ferla, March 29, 2007

The Los Angeles Times: “Times’ opinion chief quits,” by James Rainey, March 23, 2007

USA Today: “Can Edwards win with an ‘us vs. them’ pitch?” by Judy Keen, March 14, 2007

The Press-Enterprise article: “Inland medical professionals give hospital shows a checkup,” by Vanessa Franko, March 12, 2007

Grand Rapid Press: “Networks cash in on viewer-created content,” March 9, 2007

Sacramento Bee: “Moguls get top billing in politics,” by Peter Hecht, March 6, 2007

The Politco: “When Political Candidates Shoot into Superstars,” by Helena Andrews, March 6, 2007

Associated Press: “TV Networks, advertisers increasingly capitalize on viewer-created content,” March 5, 2007

Associated Press: “Schwarzenegger’s ‘post-partisan’ vision is not yet a reality at home,” by Laura Kurtzman, March 1, 2007

Los Angeles Times: “Why is the Times cruising on Grand Avenue?” by Joseph Mailander, February 25, 2007

Associated Press: “Analysis: Early Bumps Trip Clinton Camp,” by Beth Fouhy, February 22, 2007

USC Annenberg News: USC establishes Norman Lear Chair in Entertainment, Media and Society, February 21, 2007

The Guardian: “One last mission for the man behind Jack Bauer: makes US right funny again,” by Dan Glaister, February 17, 2007

Associated Press: “Franken Carries Provocative Past into Politics,” by Brian Bakst, February 15, 2007

Parade article: “How TV docs can keep you well,” by Ranit Mishori, January 28, 2007

Los Angeles Times: “Bodybuilding governor feels the unforgiving weight of time,” by Robert Sallady, January 26, 2007

The Washington Post article: “Getting into the act,” by Christopher Gearon, January 9, 2007

Los Angeles City Beat: “Bursting the Bush bubble,” by Mick Farren, January 4, 2007