Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism: feature stories, published by the University of Southern California’s Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, sent to university and academic media outlets for republication. Stories are primarily used for promotional purposes.
Pacific Scoop: news reflecting political, social and cultural developments in New Zealand and the Asia-Pacific, written in collaboration with the Pacific Media Centre at Auckland University of Technology.
Freelance: text and multimedia pieces from university-driven research. Topics concern human rights and global issues.
Santa Monica Daily Press: community briefs and features for the California daily local with a readership of 40,000+.
Neon Tommy: entertainment, political and international news stories written for the largest online student-driven publication in the United States.
Inside Annenberg: blog posts about the students, faculty, alumni and staff of the University of Southern California’s Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, framed in the style of public relations, that are published by the college’s public affairs department.
Stanly News and Press: personality profiles and sports articles written for a North Carolina newspaper with a circulation of <10,000. Samples reflect content originally published in print.