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.
News21 fellows from 17 universities investigate pandemic’s impact on underrepresented communities
The Carnegie-Knight News21 program has released “Unmasking America,” an investigation into the long-term effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Arizona PBS to premiere Ken Burns’ documentary on life of legendary boxer Muhammad Ali
“MUHAMMAD ALI,” will air over four nights on Arizona PBS starting Sept. 19 and ending on Sept. 22.
Advising Advice from Cronkite Academic Success Coordinator Brad Longwell
The advising team at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication is ready to help guide both new and returning students through their multi-year experience.
Shaufler Prize for coverage of underserved communities opens for entries
The Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University is now accepting entries for the 2020-2021 Shaufler Prize in Journalism.
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.
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.
Fine Tune Friday: Time Management
It’s the start of a new semester! With classes, clubs, jobs and internships, your schedule can feel overwhelming.
Cronkite’s First Ida B. Wells Professor in Journalism
In a conversation moderated by Senior Associate Dean Rebecca Blatt, Susan Smith Richardson will discuss how news organizations can support and improve reporting on communities of color.
Meet and greet with four successful Cronkite Nation alums through this virtual networking series.