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USC students and faculty watch the third presidential debate at USC Annenberg's Wallis Annenberg Hall on Oct.19, 2016.
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USC students and faculty watch the third presidential debate at USC Annenberg's Wallis Annenberg Hall on Oct.19, 2016.

Once they graduate, journalism students will face lots of new challenges in their professional careers thanks to the upcoming presidential administration.

Covering the Trump administration will likely lead to many new challenges for reporters.

And not just for established news outlets, but also for students who are looking to enter the field.

For some insight into how schools are preparing the next generation of journalists for an evolving political landscape, Take Two's A Martinez spoke with Mike Ananny.

He's an assistant professor of journalism at USC who specializes in the changing news industry.

To hear the full conversation, click the blue player above.

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