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Top journalism students from 18 universities will lead an investigation into voting rights as part of the 2016 Carnegie-Knight News21 national multimedia investigative reporting initiative.
Journalists who have reported on the disability community in the past year are encouraged to submit entries to a national journalism contest that recognizes the best coverage of disability issues.
ASU students at the Cronkite School won more than half of the student categories at a regional Associated Press broadcast contest.
Journalists seeking to innovate in their newsrooms can find support in a grant program sponsored by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation for graduates of the Cronkite School at ASU.
Mark Hass, a leading strategic communications executive and entrepreneur, is joining ASU as a strategic communications professor.
A Cronkite student-produced documentary on the scourge of heroin that was broadcasted on 93 radio stations statewide has won a top professional honor from one of the nation’s oldest journalism organizations.
Bruce Merrill, a nationally known pollster and researcher who taught at ASU for four decades, died Saturday from complications due to cancer. He was 78.
“Hooked: Tracking Heroin’s Hold on Arizona,” a statewide TV special produced by ASU students at the Cronkite School in association with the Arizona Broadcasters Association, will receive a top honor from the nation’s leading broadcaster organization.
Milton Coleman, a former senior editor at The Washington Post, is joining the Cronkite School as the Edith Kinney Gaylord Visiting Professor in Journalism Ethics at ASU.
For the fourth consecutive year, an ASU student at the Cronkite School has won the highest collegiate honor in the state’s top photojournalism contest.