Communication and Media Series
Join us for an informative series of FREE talks and
panel discussions exploring developments in communication and media today.
Sponsored by the SMC Associates and the SMC
Communication & Media Studies Department. Call (310) 434-4003 for details
and more information.
Seating is strictly on a first-arrival basis.
How to Succeed in Journalism in the Digital Age
CNNMoney digital war room's Assistant Managing Editor for Programming Leezel Tanglao also oversees the content presentation for numerous premium businesses and the MoneyStream app across desktop, mobile, and emerging platforms. She will discuss the challenges and opportunities facing journalists in today's digital world. Sponsored by the SMC Associates (www.smc.edu/associates) and SMC Communication & Media Studies Department.
Thu, March 30 | 11:15am | Free | HSS 165
Documenting the Los Angeles Riots 25 Years Ago
Award-winning photojournalist Bart Bartholomew—who currently shoots photos for The J. Paul Getty Trust, The Simon Wiesenthal Center and Museum of Tolerance, and numerous other organizations—has covered fast-breaking news in 50 countries for such publications as Time, Newsweek, US News, and The New York Times. He will talk about the day he shot the memorable photos at Florence & Normandie of the riots that erupted April 29, 1992, after the Rodney King verdict. Sponsored by the SMC Communication & Media Studies Department.
Thu, April 27 | 11:15am | Free | HSS 165
Between the Lines
Producer, and writer Barry Kibrick—who was awarded three of his five LA EMMYs as the host and creator of the nationally distributed show "Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick"—will offer inspiration based on solid realities as he talks about his background in TV and radio, and how, even under even the most precarious of circumstances, a mixture of perseverance, patience, and learning how to react and adapt to unforeseen circumstances can help anyone build a career. Sponsored by the SMC Associates (www.smc.edu/associates) and SMC Communication & Media Studies Department.
Tue, May 16 | 11:15am | Free | HSS 165