At a roundtable discussion hosted by Annenberg Friday, Jill Abramson said she is sorry for the highly-disputed errors in her new book.
An assignment desk at Wallis Annenberg Hall will be named for the alumna’s donation.
The Columnist juxtaposes the experiences of Joseph Alsop, a reactionary reporter during Vietnam, with today’s media climate.
According to Joseph Turow, 40 percent of Facebook revenues now come from mobile use.
Adobe Creative Cloud will be free in the Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism.
The series featured mogul David C. McCourt, who spoke of challenges in business.
Professor Geoffrey Cowan hosted the talk, centering on leadership in the digital age.
I like Neon Tommy. I really do. I’ve admired its coverage (often jealously) for its originality, depth and thoroughness. During the mayoral election, the digital publication, housed in the Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, produced several interesting and important stories. And when I wrote for Neon Tommy, I always received thoughtful, critical and valuable feedback […]
Participants formed teams and designed games to inform users about ecological issues.
Ira Wagman of Carleton University traced the roots of entertainers in foreign affairs.