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Cronkite News programs

These immersive experiences within Cronkite News prepare students for careers in reporting, editing, broadcast, production and more.

Cronkite News experiences

Cronkite News Phoenix

A daily news operation in which students report important stories for Arizona audiences on the web, on the air and on social channels.

Cronkite News Washington, D.C.

Students spend a semester in the nation’s capital, covering stories for the Cronkite News newscast and website as well as professional media outlets.

LA Bureau

Cronkite News Los Angeles

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

Cronkite News Phoenix Sports Bureau

Students cover a wide range of sporting events, including MLB spring training, for major market news outlets across the country.

Cronkite News Borderlands

Students cover important immigration and border issues in English and Spanish for Cronkite News.

Cronkite Noticias

Bilingual students work with professionals to create digital content for the Cronkite Noticias website, which serves Spanish-speaking audiences in Arizona.

RWJF Health Reporting Initiative

Students report across platforms on health-related topics, with a focus on Latino, Native American and Spanish-speaking border communities in the Southwest.

A producer looks at screens in the control room.

TV Production and Graphics Lab

Learn all the facets of control-room production and what it takes to turn reporter content into a vibrant production.