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Annenberg School of Communication and Journalism University of Southern California

Astrid Solorzano

Class of 2014, Master's

Astrid Solorzano was a 23-year-old graduate journalism student at the Annenberg School of Communication at USC. She left her hometown San Diego, to study Global Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara in 2007. By being raised in a Chinese-Mexican family in Guadalajara, Mexico, she has been exposed to a variety of cultures.  Her personal experience as tri-lingual Latina has motivated her to focus on minority issues within the television media. She would like to represent the Latino community and give light to issues that affect the fast growing population.

She is currently working as a freelance reporter for the Spanish international television station HISPANTV. She works on stories that focusing on political issues, social unrest, economics and the Latino community. She worked as a reporter while interning for the Spanish television station UNIVISION Costa Central (2010) and at UNIVISION Washington DC (2011). 


What were your duties at ATVN? :

News Anchor, Reporter

Study: LA is Most Polluted City in the Country

April 30, 2014

The top five cities with the worst air quality in the country are in California.

Audience Members Praise Bush's Candor, Humor

November 19, 2013

ATVN interviewed several audience members as they exited Bovard Auditorium Tuesday night.

Pres. Bush Visits USC, Admits Lacking in Wall Street Knowledge

November 19, 2013

In a wide-ranging conversation at USC, the 43rd president defended his decisions to prevent economic depression while recounting the Sept....

USC and Pasadena’s Pacific Asia Museum to Form Alliance

November 19, 2013

USC plans to perserve a cultural museum and strengthen its own academic programs.

World Sends Emergency Relief to Philippines

November 12, 2013

Organizations provide aid to the victims of Super Typhoon Haiyan.

Hermosa Beach Votes Against Earlier Closing Time

November 5, 2013

Hermosa Beach voters voted down an initiative that would have made bars and restaurants close earlier than 2 a.m. 

LAUSD Evaluates Superintendent Deasy's Performance

October 29, 2013

Deasy's current contract goes through June 2015 by a resignation or a negative performance review.

Khmer Rouge Trial Closing Arguments Begin

October 16, 2013

The trial comes almost 40 years after the regime killed a generation of Cambodian people through genocide.

Crack Down on Greek Row

October 15, 2013

USC is taking new measures to ensure the safety of students partying on "The Row".

Possible Fines for Under-Reporting Campus Sexual Assaults

October 8, 2013

USC faces several hundred thousand dollars in penalties.

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