The report examines gender and race/ethnicity of artists and content creators across 600 popular songs on the Billboard Hot 100 year-end charts from 2012 to 2017.
While parents, teachers and even advertisements may tell girls that they can do or be anything, a new study reveals that popular movies have a different message.
Communication leaders from Best Buy, United Airlines, eBay and Toys “R” Us are among authors who contributed to a new report from USC Annenberg’s Center for Public Relations (CPR). The Relevance Report, released today, forecasts topics and trends impacting society, business and communications in the coming year and features contributions from PR industry leaders, USC faculty and graduate students.
The USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism and Home Box Office, Inc. have jointly created a year-long series designed to connect HBO’s top talent and producers with USC Annenberg students and faculty to explore the role of diversity in the future of entertainment.