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, has studied revolutions in Egypt and Kyrgyzstan and the role of digital media in supporting indigenous 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.
A vigil to grieve for all of the victims of Wednesday’s shooting on campus will be held tonight on Bruin Plaza at 8:30 p.m. on National Gun Violence Awareness Day.
Donald Trump is a man who maximizes his celebrity, keeping the focus on him during the presidential primary season, journalists explain at a UCLA lecture.
A flash exhibit by UCLA Library Special Collections staff Caroline Cubé and Annie Watanabe Rocco runs through Friday, May 13.
Politics and media experts from UCLA and Vanderbilt University are providing a data-backed understanding of commercials’ persuasiveness and effectiveness with a new rating system.
Daniel Pearl’s tragic death was only the first in a wave of violence that has targeted journalists all over the world, said Christiane Amanpour as she delivered the annual lecture given in memory of the Wall Street Journal reporter who was murdered in Pakistan.
UCLA's Ramesh Srinivasan and the UCLA Digital Culture Lab he created helped students from a South L.A. school explore the role of new technology to shape grassroots social change.
The Ziffren Center for Media, Entertainment, Technology and Sports Law will expand UCLA Law’s highly regarded programs through curricular innovations, research support, new programming and hands-on skills training.
Comedian Kate Clinton’s “coming out” remembrance, coverage of the watershed 1993 march on Washington and the story of murdered transgender teen Fred Martinez are just a few examples of the remarkable new digital portal.
UCLA scholar Ramesh Srinivasan has established a center that will link scholars who want to study the role digital technology plays in cultures globally.
Magnetic media, which are deteriorating, make up half of the holdings in archive. To save the most significant materials that are relevant to California the archive has begun posting them online.
UCLA's chancellor acknowledges the UCLA family for coming together in the face of the challenges created by Tuesday's water main break.
As crews continue cleaning up from Tuesday’s water main break, Block thanks everyone for their patience, hard work, and generous assistance to their colleagues and strangers.
The new Film Independent Humanitarian Award recognizes an individual in the world of film and TV whose work has demonstrated a deep commitment to humanitarian causes. Turner will receive the award June 12.
An exhibition of the work of MFA students in UCLA Media Arts opens on May 15 and runs through May 29 at the New Wight Gallery.
In his May 6 performance, Bain will weave together spoken word, calypso, classical music and the voices of more than 40 characters to tell the story of his own wrongful imprisonment.
Officials will break ground on facilities at the Los Angeles State Historic Park that will showcase innovative installations created at UCLA's IMLab as a result of a partnership between the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television and California State Parks.