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Carlin Romano Named a Knight Foundation Nieman Fellow

Fellows are chosen for their interest in seeking innovative ideas in journalism.

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Zelizer Publishes New Book, What Journalism Could Be

Zelizer examines journalism’s complicated history, prompting readers to rethink how the news works and why it matters.

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Call for Applications: 2017 Milton Wolf Seminar on Media and Diplomacy

The Seminar will examine how visions for society are produced, sustained, and at times defeated.

Research to Work With Facebook on Exposing Viral Fake News is among several fact-checking organizations that will help to identify and label viral fake news stories.


Aymar Jean Christian (Ph.D. ’12) Launches Web Series “Two Queens in a Kitchen” To Showcase LGBTQ Artists of Color

The series features artists, LGBTQ identifying individuals, and people of color discussing important social issues while making a healthy snack.

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Mutz Awarded David O. Sears Book Award for In-Your-Face Politics

The award is given for the best book published over the past year in the field of political psychology of mass politics.

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Victor Pickard Wins Mott Book Award for America’s Battle for Media Democracy

With an eye to history, the book considers how the American media system became what it is today.


Half of Americans Concerned Zika Will Spread to Their Neighborhoods

"The Annenberg Science Knowledge (ASK) survey shows a high level of awareness but also confusion about the virus."