Sydney Halliwell, graduate student in digital audience strategy at Cronkite School

Your future starts now

The possibilities for a career in storytelling are endless. Who will you become at the Cronkite School?

Launch your career in media

The Cronkite School is one of the nation’s top journalism schools and is home to Arizona PBS, the largest media outlet operated by a journalism school in the world. With professional programs in digital media, broadcast news, sports reporting, media innovation, public relations, digital marketing, Spanish-language news and more, Cronkite offers hands-on learning experiences and access to competitive internships and opportunities from day one.

BEA Festival

Cronkite School wins top BEA Festival of Media Arts awards

Cronkite students won 31 awards, including four first place finishes and two “Best of Festival” awards.

Mike Wong

Mike Wong, alumni services director for the Cronkite School, retires after nearly 40 years with ASU

The director of alumni services at the Cronkite School marked the end of an era by announcing his retirement last month.

Andrew Lwowski, a December 2022 Cronkite graduate, won first place in the Hearst Sports Writing Competition.

Cronkite grad wins top Hearst Journalism Award

Andrew Lwowski has won a $3,000 first place prize for the Hearst Journalism Awards Program Sports Writing Competition.

Areas of study

Journalism that drives change

Spanning three major cities, our award-winning newsrooms produce TV news that reaches more than 1 million Arizonans each day, and digital news published on trusted media sites nationwide.

Sports beyond the games

Cronkite students cover Phoenix’s five major professional athletic teams, collegiate sports, the Cactus League, esports, and the issues that impact athletes, teams and fans.

Two students work together to set up a camera.

Smart, strategic communication

In immersive programs specializing in public relations, digital marketing and media innovation, Cronkite students create real campaigns for real clients, driving real impact.

Danya Gainor

I am so grateful for my experience at Cronkite. The Cronkite School encouraged me to explore an uncommon, science-based approach to journalism and I’ve never felt so prepared to enter the workforce.

Danya Gainor (’22) Researcher/Science and Space Reporter, CNN
ABRC Workshop–Lessons from a pandemic: health messaging, culture, and pandemic response

Lessons from a Pandemic: Health Messaging, Culture and Pandemic Response

Saturday, March 25, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Flagstaff, Arizona
Cronkite Live

Beyond the Uniform: Cultural awareness for covering the Veteran and Disability Communities

Tuesday, March 28, 5 – 6 p.m.
First Amendment Forum
Cronkite Live

Cronkite LIVE: A Conversation with Wesley Lowery: Truth and Trust in the Media

Thursday, March 30, Noon – 1 p.m.
First Amendment Forum / Online