An award-winning, student-produced television news broadcast reaches 1.9 million households on Arizona PBS four nights a week.
An immersive professional program generates multimedia news stories and reports used by 30-plus professional media outlets across Arizona.
A professional newsroom in the nation’s capital offers students the chance to report on public policy issues of interest to Arizonans.
Students cover professional and intercollegiate sports from bureaus in Phoenix and Santa Monica, Calif.
A national fellowship program produces investigative, multimedia projects in partnership with publications that include The Washington Post and NBCnews.com.
An entrepreneurial digital media lab teams journalism students with computer engineering, design and business students to create cutting-edge media products.
A professional public relations agency puts advanced PR students to work developing campaigns and strategies for clients.
A specialized news bureau where students work with professional news organizations around the country, mining news sources and generating story ideas and angles.
A full-time career services director oversees nearly 600 internships and provides job placement assistance to recent graduates and alumni.
Penn State Dean Returns to Cronkite Faculty
Doug Anderson, who led Penn State’s College of Communications, is returning to ASU, where he built the foundation for the Cronkite School.
Cronkite Students Win Numerous Awards
Cronkite students earned awards and recognition in reporting, photography and public relations during the 2013-2014 academic year.
Cronkite Gets New Broadcast Technology
Cronkite students will report live from across the state using cutting-edge technology, thanks to a new grant from Women & Philanthropy.
Panel to Discuss Child Immigration Crisis
Veteran journalists from The Arizona Republic will explore the child immigration crisis during a special online panel discussion.