Doctoral student Tim Libert of the Annenberg School for Communication is featured for studying what happens when users look up health-related information online.
Annenberg School for Communication
Kathleen Hall Jamieson of the Annenberg Public Policy Center discusses SciCheck.
Dan Romer of the Annenberg Public Policy Center contributes his thoughts on graphic warning labels on cigarette packagi
Emily Falk of the Annenberg School for Communication is cited for studying the effect of self-affirmation on health adv
Victor Pickard of the Annenberg School for Communication says, “As a society, we have to figure out how we regulate this media – what’s the social co
Dr. Michael X. Delli Carpini Walter H. Annenberg Dean
Author of After Broadcast News: Media Regimes, Democracy, and the New Information Environment (Cambridge 2011), Dean Delli Carpini’s research focuses on the extent, sources and impact of public deliberation, as well as the causes and consequences of the blurring between news and entertainment.
"We are living in an age in which the role of news is in flux. The news media – the local newspaper and local news or national news is done for all intents and purposes. What is up for grabs right now is what will happen for journalism. It is unimaginable if we lived in a world without journalists, but that is completely distinct now from the industry of news. What is there about the new information environment that we can use to make a better information environment or democracy?”
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