A Cronkite News reporter delivers the weather in front of a green screen

Immersive experiences

Learning goes beyond the classroom at the Cronkite School with our signature professional immersion programs that offer real experience and guidance from professional faculty.

Our capstone experiences

Cronkite Agency

In this integrated communications agency, students serve real clients with public relations, digital marketing, brand content and bilingual engagement work.

Cronkite News Borderlands

Students cover issues important to the Southwest, including immigration, the border and Indigenous communities.

A student reporter interviews an athlete at a football field.

Cronkite News Los Angeles

Gain valuable professional experience covering news, sports and culture in the nation’s second-largest media market.

Cronkite News Phoenix

Gain valuable experience producing daily and in-depth news content on multiple platforms in Cronkite News, the news division of Arizona PBS.

Cronkite News Sports

Get experience covering major sporting events, pro teams, and the stories behind the games in the Cronkite School’s award-winning sports bureau.

Cronkite News Washington, D.C.

Report from the nation’s capital in Cronkite News Washington D.C., while making connections and getting clips in an intensive professional setting.

Cronkite Noticias

Students pursuing careers in Spanish-language media and those interested in covering Latino and borderland communities gain unparalleled experience in Cronkite Noticias.

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Digital Audiences Lab

Cronkite’s digital marketing agency prepares students to work in social media, SEO, strategy and beyond.

ASU LA Content Studio

Experiences for Visiting Students

Join Cronkite’s immersive experience courses for university credit at your home institution.

Howard Center

Howard Center for Investigative Journalism

Get hands-on investigative reporting experience in this project-based program.

L.A. Content Studio

Students use our Los Angeles studios to grow and engage audiences with video, immersive media and digital content.

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New Media Innovation and Entrepreneurship Lab

NMIEL explores the latest immersive technology and its applications within the journalism and communications fields.

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Carnegie-Knight News21

The nation’s most talented journalism students come together to report and produce in-depth, multimedia projects for major national media.

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Public Relations Lab

Students get real-world experience creating strategies and campaigns for clients from across the country–and around the world.

RWJF Southwest Health Reporting Initiative

Our health reporting team produces award-winning work about health disparities in underserved communities, and efforts to turn things around.

A student sits in the production room.

Television Production and Graphics Lab

Get hands-on experience in television production, post-production and motion graphics using state-of-the-art equipment.

A student delivers a newscast in front of cameras in Cronkite News.

Join our immersive programs

Cronkite students in immersion programs may enroll in our hands-on, immersive learning experiences in the Fall, Spring and Summer semesters. To learn more, visit our capstone course page.