Press 2011

Columbia Journalism Review: Local TV News, Meet the Internet – Why are broadcasters trying to block political campaign transparency? by Steven Waldman, December 29, 2011

Los Angeles Times: KCET and Dominique Bigle’s ‘Big’ Plans May Not Be Enough, November 19, 2011

The New York Times: Chasing the Danger of the Enemy Within, by Alessandra Stanley, September 29, 2011

USC News: New Tenure Guidelines Recognize Team Research, by Carl Marziali, August 29, 2011

Variety: Justin Bieber as a Bomber? Study Looks at Primetime Portrayl of Terror, by Ted Johnson, September 8, 2011

Inside Higher Ed: Tenure Across Borders, by Dan Berrett, July 22, 2011 USC Annenberg Sends Hollywood Contingent to India, by Richard Horgan, May 9, 2011 Fashion for the Social Good: How Brands Are Paying Attention to Social Media Marketing, by Macala Wright Lee, May 6,2011

Variety: Lear Organizes Field Trip: Producers, Scribes Meet with Medical Experts, by AJ Marechal, April 25, 2011

Variety: Health Issues Spark Viewer Interest, by Michael Ventre, April 2, 2011

Sydney Morning Herald: Online Audience a Matter of Taste as Females Dominate, by Johanna Blakley, March 31, 2011

Las Vegas Review-Journal: Theater Official Optimistic Despite Attendance Slump, by Tim O’Reiley, March 29, 2011

Variety: W&W Morning Run: Opposition to Libya Action from Hollywood Left, by Ted Johnson, March 22, 2011

Anchorage Daily News: Alaska Stations Rely on Public Broadcasting Subsidies, by Erika Bolstad, March 20, 2011

McClatchy: Meet Chris Dodd, Hollywood’s New Man in Washington, by David Lightman and William Douglas, March 15, 2010

The Wrap: James O’Keefe, NPR-Slayer: What Kind of Journalist is This? by Tim Kenneally & Daniel Frankel, March 9, 2011

Variety: Lear Floats Senior Sitcom, by Brian Lowry, March 9, 2011

Huffington Post: Too Much Sheen: Good for Ratings, Bad for Sheen? by Jocelyn Noveck , March 7, 2011

Indiana University Press Room: Lecture to Explore Innovation Through the ‘Surprising Tale’ of Fashion, February 18, 2011

The Republic: Power Shift Spells New Language on Capitol Hill, by Kathleen Hennessy, January 13, 2011 How the Media Can Defang Poisonous Political Discourse, by John Timpane and Tirdad Derakhshani, January 11, 2011

The Arizona Republic: Gabrielle Giffords shooting: Commentators Reject Idea They Seeded Attack, by Shaun McKinnon, January 11, 2011

The Wrap: Climate of Hate? Cable News and the Economics of Violent Talk, by Brent Lang, January 11, 2011