Students learn by working inside the world’s largest media outlet operated by a journalism school. AZPBS broadcasts reach 1.9 million households on three TV channels.
The award-winning Cronkite News broadcast airs daily on Arizona PBS, with top professionals guiding student anchors, reporters, producers, editors and production staff.
Students in the Cronkite News bureau in Phoenix produce stories across media platforms for 30-plus professional news outlets, covering stories from the Statehouse to the Mexico border.
Students in the Cronkite Washington bureau cover the nation’s capital, producing digital and TV stories for Cronkite News and a range of professional media outlets.
Students in the Cronkite News sports bureau in Phoenix cover MLB spring training for major market news outlets across the country.
Students spend a semester in the Los Angeles bureau focusing on professional and intercollegiate sports stories in southern California.
Business journalism students produce stories on all platforms, focusing on business, finance and the economy for Cronkite News and regional news outlets.
News21 produces investigative, multimedia projects in partnership with The Washington Post, NBCnews.com and other major national news organizations.
An entrepreneurial digital lab teams Cronkite students with computer engineering, design and business students to create cutting-edge media products.
A strategic communications agency puts advanced PR students to work developing campaigns and strategies for Fortune 500 companies, nonprofit organizations and other clients.
Students work with professional news organizations around the country to mine news sources, engage audiences and generate story ideas in partnership with American Public Media.
Cronkite Career Services arranges more than 600 student internships a year and provides job placement assistance to graduating students and alumni.
Poynter, Cronkite Start Certificate Program
The Poynter Institute and the Cronkite School will launch an innovative online certificate program for adjunct faculty who teach journalism.
News21 Students Investigate Guns
The Carnegie-Knight News21 program released a major investigation into the polarizing issues of gun rights and regulation in America.
International Journalists Arrive at Cronkite
Ten global journalists and communicators will study at the Cronkite School as part of the Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Program.
Cronkite Launches New Reporting Bureau
The Cronkite School is establishing a business reporting program through a $1 million grant from the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation.