This 1941 The Orson Welles classic details the life of Charles Foster Kane, the fictional newspaper tycoon whose character was based in part on real-life publisher William Randolph Hearst.
Two innovative multimedia reporting projects, produced by students at ASU's Cronkite School, took top honors at one of the nation’s leading digital journalism award contests.
The Cronkite School faculty includes five Pulitzer Prize winners, ranging from the former executive editor of The Washington Post to the former head of The Boston Globe’s “Spotlight” team, memorialized in the movie by that name.
The News Co/Lab at the Cronkite School released the results of the first batch of community surveys, designed to help newsrooms understand what their communities know about, think about and want from the news.
Leonard Downie Jr., Weil Family Professor of Journalism, and Cronkite School Dean Christopher Callahan pen a column on the new Howard Center and the importance of investigative journalism.
A veteran BBC journalist stationed in Nepal, an Egyptian TV anchor and a Hungarian business journalist are among the 11 international journalists and communicators studying this year at ASU.
Leading local television news executives from across the country are at ASU's Cronkite School to take part in a new program designed to spark innovation and change at their stations.
Arizona PBS received 13 Emmy nominations from the Rocky Mountain Southwest Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, while ASU students from the Cronkite School dominated the intercollegiate contest with 18 nominations.
Students from Arizona State University’s journalism school will soon be typing away in the Herald Examiner building in downtown Los Angeles.