INVESTIGATING RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN WOMEN’S NEWS PRODUCTION AND CONSUMPTION Women are underrepresented in newsrooms and are less likely to read political and international news, but when a newsroom closes the gender gap, does it result in a higher share of women in their audience? Newspaper Engagement Strategist Alyssa Zeisler investigates… More
Virtual Reality can help bring stories to life in exciting ways. Read our new study on immersive journalism from FRONTLINE and Emblematic Studios to learn what our research reveals about new technologies.
Everyone knows TV political journalism failed us during the 2016 campaign. Everyone knows TV news was clueless about Donald Trump voters and blue states swinging red. Everyone knows anchors let lying candidates roll them. Everyone knows TV coverage hyped the horse race and gave issues the cold shoulder. Everyone knows… More
JOVRNALISM. Yep, that’s a “V” not a “U” and that’s because it’s a Virtual Reality project lead by USC Annenberg’s Robert Hernandez. This past spring, Hernandez and a group of his students traveled to Texas to work on an immersive VR piece to accompany “Hell and High Water,” an investigative look… More
Read Our Press Releases | Read Our Marketplace Transcripts 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:… More
Twenty-plus years later and the O.J. Simpson murder case continues to shock and fascinate us. As if you didn’t think there was anything more to learn, a pairing of television offerings this year retold the story in both dramatic and documentary form. FX’s outstanding 10-part “People vs. OJ Simpson: American… More
In 2007, Lear Center director Marty Kaplan moderated the symposium with Cronkite Award winners.