Cronkite in Los Angeles
Our historic L.A. home is a global hub for media innovation.
Cronkite’s new home at the ASU California Center
At ASU’s flagship Los Angeles location, students can access internships and learning opportunities only available in a global city, and world-class faculty and innovative media projects only available at the Cronkite School. The California Center hosts Cronkite News‘ L.A. Bureau, where digital and broadcast students create award-winning news and sports content. The building is also home to Cronkite’s MS in Digital Strategy degree program—a graduate degree that nurtures digital marketing leaders—and the MA in Narrative and Emerging Media, which develops storytellers specializing in AR, VR and emerging media techniques.
Our historic building
The heart of ASU’s California Center campus is the flagship Herald Examiner Building, located at 11th Street and Broadway. Commissioned by William Randolph Hearst and designed by architect Julia Morgan, the building has stood in downtown L.A. since 1914. For decades, the building housed the Hearst Corporation’s Herald Examiner newspaper; now, it’s home to Cronkite News’ L.A. Bureau, as well as video/audio editing bays, a broadcast studio, a 3D studio, classrooms, a two-story event space and more.
Digital Audience Strategy, MS
Join our L.A. cohort and accelerate your career in digital marketing and strategic communications by harnessing analytics, SEO, paid and organic social media campaigns and audience research.
Narrative and Emerging Media, MA
Learn AR, VR, documentary and other emerging media techniques in this LA-based graduate program.
L.A. Content Studio
Students use our Los Angeles studios to grow and engage audiences with video, immersive media and digital content.
Cronkite News L.A.
Spend a semester in Los Angeles! Journalism and sports journalism students can embed in our Cronkite News L.A. bureau, where students produce award-winning digital, broadcast and multimedia content.