After 10 Years of Funding, the Curtain Falls
What $22 million in Annenberg fellowships accomplished in 10 years.
Sex, Suicide, and Snapchat: Adolescent Health in the Digital Age
Parents wrong again: APPC study shows social media mostly OK for kids.
View from the Trenches: Debrieﬁng the Presidential Election
Election 2008 from the inside
Law Made Plain
Though it pushes plenty of hot buttons in the issues it takes up for debate—domestic spying, torture, criminal sentencing for juveniles, and immigration reform, to name just a few—for close to a decade the Annenberg Public Policy Center’s Justice Talking program has functioned as the opposite of “shout” radio.
Politically Incorrect—Lying Ads, Trusting Voters
The truth is, lying political-ads work.
The Good Citizen
When asked why he gave, the late Walter Annenberg—Penn’s largest benefactor, who for years headed the list of Most Generous Americans—always said, “Because it’s the right thing to do.”
Family Secrets for Sale? Ask Your Kids (and Offer a Gift)
“The Internet and the Family 2000: The View from Parents/The View from Kids”
The Media, the Message and the Meaning
Unconventional wisdom from Annenberg's Jamieson.