Annenberg School for Communication

For Rubio and Others, Turning Ideas Into Law Is a Daunting Task

March 16, 2015

Kathleen Hall Jamieson of the Annenberg Public Policy Center talks about the difficulties minority lawmakers face when

Article Source: McClatchy Newspapers

Video: Study: E-cigarette Ads Spur Tobacco Cravings

March 14, 2015

Erin Maloney and Joseph Cappella of the Annenberg School for

Article Source: United Press International

Satirists, Led by Muslims, Find Much to Mock in ISIS

March 13, 2015

Marwan Kraidy of the Annenberg School for Communication says, “Satire really reflects the power, the political balance

Article Source: New York Times

Apple’s Mojo: Can It Get People to Wear Smart Watches?

March 10, 2015

Joseph Turow of the Annenberg School for Communication comments on the new Apple Watch.

Article Source: NBC News

Rendell Center moves to Penn

March 4, 2015

President Amy Gutmann is quoted about the Rendell Center for Civics & Civic Engagement’s relocation to the Annenberg Public Policy Center.

Article Source: Philadelphia Inquirer

Audio: Why We Doubt Scientific Findings

March 4, 2015

Kathleen Hall Jamieson of the Annenberg Public Policy Center discusses why many Americans doubt science.

How the Internet Was Saved…and Why the Battle Continues

March 3, 2015

Victor Pickard of the Annenberg School for Communication writes about the Federal Communications Commission’s decision

Article Source: Huffington Post

Audio: What Radio Can Teach the Internet

February 27, 2015

Victor Pickard of the Annenberg School for Communication talks about the net neutrality debate.

Article Source: “On the Media”

Your Embarrassing Online Searches About Health Problems Aren’t Private

February 25, 2015

Doctoral student Timothy Libert of the Annenberg School for Communication is highlighted for analyzing online searches about health problems.

Article Source: Time.com

Audio & Video: Most Health Information Web Pages Are Tracked, Penn Study Finds

February 25, 2015

Doctoral student Tim Libert of the Annenberg School for Communication says, “Tracking is much more endemic than I even anticipated.”