Longtime television news host and anchor Greta Van Susteren will join the USC Annenberg Center on Communications Leadership this fall as a non-resident senior fellow, the university announced Thursday.
The 63-year-old Van Susteren, who held prime-time jobs at the news operations of all three major cable networks, most recently MSNBC, was a criminal defense attorney and an adjunct faculty member of the Georgetown Law School before entering journalism.
Van Susteren — ranked by Forbes magazine as the 94th most powerful woman in the world in 2016 — will work with students, appear on USC panels and produce books, journalism and academic projects, according to the the Center said.
“As a senior fellow, Greta will be a wonderful addition to our center, working with USC Annenberg on issues relating to social media, civic discourse, broadcast news, the coverage of politics and government and public diplomacy,” CCLP Director Geoffrey Cowan said.
–City News Service
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