The second season of “Earth Focus” recently launched and will screen May 23 on campus.
Students in the school’s first Disability Inclusion Lab course will produce six short documentary films that will premiere on campus May 30.
Veteran journalist urged the media to re-commit to basic reporting at annual Daniel Pearl Memorial Lecture.
Technology and the public trust: At UCLA, New York Times journalists examine Silicon Valley’s impact
The event featured technology journalists Katie Benner, Nellie Bowles, Sheera Frenkel and Farhad Manjoo.
The Laboratory for Environmental Narrative Strategies was founded in 2016 to support the creation of media about environmental issues for non-English speakers and people from different cultural backgrounds.
The longtime Univision news anchor receives UCLA’s highest honor in front of an appreciative crowd at Luskin Lecture event.
Walter Thompson-Hernández applies lessons from being a lifelong Bruin to his help make sure his multimedia stories illuminate subcultures and don’t exploit them.
“South of No North: Gato Negro Ediciones,” is a dynamic installation of risograph prints and runs until Dec. 9.
Veteran reporters came to UCLA to discuss demographic and political trends that will determine who controls Congress.
The winners of the 2018 Gerald Loeb Awards were announced June 25 at a ceremony and banquet in New York.
A UCLA study reveals why the story of ‘Catalina’ was dynamic, engaging, culturally appropriate and relatable to the women.
UCLA assistant professor of public policy Zachary Steinert-Threlkeld authors a how-to guide on using social media data.
The yearlong partnership provides graduate students with opportunities to create new narratives to engage audiences with research.
Jennifer Ferro, senior fellow at the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs, stresses the good that can come just from listening.
The UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center is home to the publication’s archives, selections of which are on display at the Autry Museum as part of Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA.
The awards recognize the work of journalists whose contributions illuminate subjects in business, finance and the economy for readers and viewers around the world.
Ray Suarez, former host of Al Jazeera America’s “Inside Story” and contributor to the PBS “NewsHour,” delivered the final Luskin Lecture of the academic year.
On June 27, the dean and the country’s most influential business journalists, editors, publishers, producers and media personalities will gather in New York City to also honor two career achievement honorees, Walt Mossberg and Nicholas Varchaver.
Ramesh Srinivasan, an associate professor of information studies at UCLA, has explored revolutions in Egypt and Kyrgyzstan and the role of digital media in supporting indigenous and non-western communities.
Bret Stephens gave an eloquent, impassioned defense of the truth and the journalist’s responsibility to search it out.
An multidisciplinary team designed an algorithm that could discern structured narratives within the flow of posts on the internet reflecting how humans communicate.
Misunderstanding voters’ feelings, the natural unreliability of polling and insufficient skepticism from journalists contributed to predictions showing Hillary Clinton would be president.
Lynn Vavreck notes that ads using someone’s own words against them register as more memorable and truthful to voters, a strategy Clinton has used several times.
A 1964 interview with Martin Luther King Jr. is one of many historical moments from KTLA-TV in a new online portal created by the UCLA Film and Television Archive.
The internet itself is neither good nor bad, says Werner Herzog, director of “Lo and Behold,” a new documentary on the communication revolution.