The Annenberg School of Journalism at the University of Southern California seeks an adjunct instructor, to teach JOUR 446: Entertainment Reporting.Â This class studies the intersection between Hollywood and Politics.Â
Seeking experienced political or entertainment journalist who has covered or who is deeply interested in covering how Hollywood influences politics and how politics influences Hollywood. Expertise in covering celebrities, political TV shows and films, and the history of early Hollywood and politics is desired. Experience in covering or running campaigns is also an asset.
Applicants should send a letter describing their background, interests and areas of expertise, and an up-to-date resume or curriculum vitae through USCâs job site.
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