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Dean Delli Carpini and Lenfest Institute Issue New Report on Information Needs and Habits of Philadelphians

The report identified seven opportunities and areas of growth for publishers and information providers.

Faculty News

The New Yorker Features Jamieson’s Book Cyberwar, on Russia and the Election

The book is available now in ebook and in print on October 3.

Undergraduate News

Pulitzer Prize-Winning Journalists Eugene Robinson and Wesley Lowery Speak to Annenberg Undergraduates

COMM 381 explores how journalism through the centuries has worked to advance social justice issues.

Jennifer R. Henrichsen Awarded Fellowship from Tow Center for Digital Journalism at Columbia University

As a fellow, Henrichsen will consider how concerns about surveillance are changing journalists’ digital newsgathering practices.

Faculty News

Q&A: Victor Pickard and Todd Wolfson on the Media, Inequality, and Change Center

The MIC Center is a joint project of the Annenberg School and Rutgers University's School of Communication and Information.


Annenberg Launches Center for Media at Risk

The goal is to empower, protect, and ultimately save the media from creeping authoritarianism.


Center for Media at Risk Launches With Symposium “What Is Media At Risk?”

On April 19-21, the Annenberg School celebrated the launch of the Center for Media at Risk.

Faculty News

Q&A with Barbie Zelizer

Zelizer discussed the new Center for Media at Risk and the ever-threatening environment for journalists.


Fishman Receives Everett Lee Hunt Award

The award recognizes her book Death Makes the News.


Crisis or Self-Correction: Rethinking How the Media Cover Science

Science communicators should more accurately convey its investigatory nature and the self-correction process without legitimizing a faulty narrative.