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Reeves warns of contemporary concentration camps

By CCLP Staff | April 22, 2015 0
USC Annenberg journalism professor, author and historian professor and historian Richard Reeves says there is no doubt in his mind that the United States could again create concentration camps like those used during the internment of Japanese Americans during World War II. "If a few incidents of terrorism happen again, we could start to round up Muslims in great numbers as we did with the Japanese ...

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CCTV America fights credibility issues, reaches audiences far beyond the U.S.

By Adam Powell | May 6, 2015 0
WASHINGTON - CCTV America must constantly battle the perception that its funders in Beijing are slanting its news broadcasts, but that may not be the case - or at least it may be an exaggeration. That was the word from Mike Walter, a news anchor at CCTV America, who spoke...

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Russian media critic named visiting fellow

By CCLP Staff | April 21, 2015 0
Vasily Gatov, a Russian media researcher and author based in Boston, has been named a visiting fellow with the Center on Communication Leadership & Policy. Gatov, 49, has more than 28 years of professional experience in domestic and international media. "With his impressive background in both academia and journalism,...

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VOA chief cites imbalance in international media

By CCLP Staff | April 20, 2015 0
The director of Voice of America called attention to the slanted news coverage by state-owned media outlets in foreign countries during the keynote luncheon of an international policy conference co-sponsored by the Center on Communication Leadership & Policy (CCLP) on April 17, 2015. David Ensor was interviewed by CCLP senior...

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250 students filled the lobby at Wallis Annenberg Hall for our 2015 State of the Union live viewing and analysis.
Open Data LA partnered with the City of Pasadena to connect community leaders with city officials. Left to right: Rick Cole;, Michael Beck, Dana Chinn, and Phillip Leclair.
At CCLP's forum on Women and Photojournalism, Lori Shepler (right) shows off her photography book, Pau Gasol: Life / Vida, as Narda Zacchino (left) looks on.
The 2014 Get Mobile Forum brought together local community organizers and technology leaders.
CCLP director Geoffrey Cowan discusses the benefits of informal diplomacy at Central European University in Budapest, Hungary. (Photo by CEU/Daniel Vegel.)
Director of research Mark Latonero and California Attorney General Kamala D. Harris
Director Geoffrey Cowan, Lt. John Vanek, Mark Latonero, and Chris Kelly.

In the News

Richard Reeves was featured on KPCC's AirTalk with Larry Mantle for his new book, Infamy, about the internment of Japanese Americans during WWII.

Geoffrey Cowan was quoted in a BBC profile on Seymour Hersh. Cowan served as Hersh's source for his My Lai massacre story during the Vietnam War.

Gov. Jerry Brown joined CCLP managing director Geoffrey Baum for the California Community Colleges Board of Governors meeting.

CCLP project fellow Justin Chapman pens a feature story for the Pasadena Weekly about the proposed expansion of the Scholl Canyon Landfill in Glendale.

Matthew Dowd, CCLP senior fellow, pens column on supporting the troops but questioning the war for ABC News.

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