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Bryan Pietsch, a 2019 Cronkite School graduate, has returned to his birth country, South Korea, as a reporter for The Washington Post.
Arizona PBS general manager Adrienne Fairwell was among the first group of public media leaders to participate in a program exploring opportunities and challenges related to diversity, equity and inclusion.
Cronkite students captured 29 awards -- including four professional awards and all eight first- place awards in the student categories -- in the 2020 Arizona Press Club contest.
The National Center on Disability and Journalism at Arizona State University is partnering with the Zero Project, a non-profit disability rights organization based in Vienna, Austria, for a virtual discussion about how disability - and people with disabilities - are covered in the media, both in the U.S. and other countries.
The Cronkite School is actively assessing how we can best serve and reflect the communities we cover and the students we teach.
The nonprofit National Center for Disability and Journalism will serve as a training partner to the fellows and other members of The New York Times newsroom.
The transmitter, which went online July 12 after a week-long installation process, offers expanded coverage to communities in and around Yuma.
The annual awards contest, named in honor of renowned investigative business journalists Donald L. Barlett and James B. Steele, celebrates the best in investigative business journalism each year.