Corporation for Public Broadcasting Editorial Integrity and Leadership Initiative

Be part of a new program specifically designed for public media journalists who are leading or aspire to lead newsrooms or collaborative journalism projects. The Cronkite School has developed a training program that will help you assess your current editorial and leadership skills, set goals for improvement, and launch you on a 100-day journey of interactive learning. The course begins and ends with sessions at the Cronkite School and includes training on editorial standards, strategic partnerships, data reporting, and developing your leadership style. All expenses are paid. The deadline for applications is Jan. 1, 2019.

CPB
Arizona State University

Program Details

Location: ASU's Cronkite School in downtown Phoenix

Application Available: Nov., 15, 2018

Application Deadline: Jan. 1, 2019

Notification Date for First Round of Candidates: Feb. 1, 2019

Hotel and travel expenses are fully paid.

Program Dates

Leadership Group 1:
First session at Cronkite
April 28-May 3, 2019
Second session at Cronkite
Aug. 23-25, 2019
Leadership Group 2:
First session at Cronkite
Aug. 25-29, 2019
Second session at Cronkite
Jan. 10-12, 2020
Leadership Group 3:
First session at Cronkite
Jan. 12-16, 2020
Second session at Cronkite
April 24-26, 2020
Leadership Group 4:
First session at Cronkite
April 26-30, 2020
Second session at Cronkite
Aug. 14-16, 2020
Leadership Group 5:
First session at Cronkite
Aug. 16-20, 2020
Second session at Cronkite
Dec. 3-5, 2020

Connect with Us

Cronkite School
602-496-5103
cpbleadership@asu.edu

Corporation for Public Broadcasting Editorial Integrity and Leadership Initiative Overview

The Corporation for Public Broadcasting Editorial Integrity and Leadership Initiative strengthens public media journalism by building the expertise of 100 editors managing complex editorial collaborations and growing newsrooms.

At the Cronkite School, the faculty and coaches will design a customized curriculum of onsite and virtual training, supported by ongoing mentoring and coaching. Topics will include editorial integrity, strategic frameworks and partnerships, multi-platform editing, data reporting, audience-first engagement as well as metrics. The program is led by Julia Wallace, the Cronkite School’s Frank Russell Chair and former editor-in-chief of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.