Alex graduated magna cum laude from the University of Southern California’s Annenberg School of Communication & Journalism in 2010, with a BA in broadcast journalism. He worked as a sports director, an anchor, a reporter and a producer for USC’s student-produced newscast, Annenberg TV News. There he covered state budget cuts, immigration, USC football, athletic program sanctions.
Alex was the recipient of the 2010 Chick Hearn Memorial Scholarship in recognition for his work in broadcasting at USC. He has also interned for CNBC in New York, WTVF-TV in Nashville and 610 AM KNML in Albuquerque.
When he’s not reporting, Alex enjoys playing pickup sports, frisbee golf, an occasional night at the theatre, reading and attempting to cook. He is always looking for a good story to tell and welcomes tips sent to his e-mail.Survey
What were your duties at ATVN? :
Sports Director, News Anchor, Sports Anchor, Producer, Reporte, Assistant Director
Our Alex Goldsmith talks with former men's hockey coach Mark Wilbur about his decision to resign.
USC celebrates the special day of Annenberg writer in residence Norman Corwin
The USC Armenian Students Association commemorates the 95th anniversary of 1.5 million Armenian deaths.
C.L. Nikias gives ATVN a one-on-one, sit down interview.
An NCAA violations hearing begins and will determine if the Trojan athletic program will face sanctions.
A profile of USG presidential candidates Jonathan Munoz-Proulx and Ryan Walsh.
Lane Kiffin and staff were on hand to talk to the media after being formally introduced.