You’ve heard about the Cronkite School’s acclaimed professional programs – Cronkite News Service, the New Media Innovation Lab, the nightly television newscast, the Cronkite sports bureaus and more. Now is your chance to find out more about these programs and figure out which one is right for you – and how to get ready.
Representatives for the following professional programs will be stationed at tables in the First Amendment Forum and can answer all of your questions. Drop by any time between 6-8 p.m.
- Nightly Newscast: Work as an anchor, reporter, producer or editor for the award-winning Cronkite News broadcast, which airs daily on Arizona PBS.
- Digital News Bureau: Produce stories and multimedia across platforms for Cronkite News and professional news outlets.
- Washington Bureau: Cover the nation's capital, producing digital and TV stories for Cronkite News and professional media outlets.
- Sports Bureaus in Phoenix and LA: Cover professional and intercollegiate sports in Arizona and southern California at bureaus in Phoenix and Los Angeles.
- Business Reporting Bureau: Report on business, finance and the economy for Cronkite News and professional media outlets.
- Carnegie-Knight News21: Join top journalism students from around the country reporting and producing major investigative news projects that receive play in major national news outlets.
- New Media Innovation and Entrepreneurship Lab: Develop cutting-edge digital products for media clients and develop your entrepreneurial skills, working alongside students from computer science, engineering and business.
- Public Relations Lab: Develop public relations campaigns for professional clients as part of the school’s strategic communications agency.
- Public Insight Network Bureau: Work with news organizations around the country to mine news sources, engage audiences and generate story ideas in partnership with American Public Media.
In addition: Career Services Director Mike Wong will be on hand to share information about hundreds of internships available to Cronkite students each year.