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Listeners will now be able to say "Alexa, play Cronkite News" to access briefings on their Amazon smart device.
Season two will highlight Arizona’s vibrant and dynamic arts community while adding intimate portraits of the artists and how their work was impacted this year.
Andrew Howard won Story of the Year in the breaking news category from the Associated College Press (ACP) for his story on Kurt Volker’s resignation.
The Cronkite School earned a total of five awards, the most of any school in the annual competition, and received top honors in three collegiate categories.
The students partnered with Arizona Republic reporters to produce a series of stories about COVID-19’s outsized toll on some of the Southwest’s most vulnerable communities, including Native Americans, immigrants and refugees.
Mark Trahant will address Cronkite students during a virtual ceremony on Dec. 14.
The awards are named for the renowned investigative team of Donald L. Barlett and James B. Steele, and sponsored by the Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism at Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication.
Carnegie-Knight News21’s 2019 project, “State of Emergency,” won the 2020 Pro-Am Student Award for the Online Journalism Awards.