Johanna Blakley

Deputy Director of USC's Norman Lear Center

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Deputy Director of the Norman Lear Center at the University of Southern California, which studies the impact of entertainment and media on society

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As Americans head off to campgrounds this summer, they'll be packing their tents, sleeping bags, and laptops. That's right...laptops. Camping used to be about getting away from it all.

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