Cronkite School wins top BEA Festival of Media Arts awards
Cronkite students won 31 awards, including four first place finishes and two “Best of Festival” awards.
Mike Wong, alumni services director for the Cronkite School, retires after nearly 40 years with ASU
The director of alumni services at the Cronkite School marked the end of an era by announcing his retirement last month.
Cronkite grad wins top Hearst Journalism Award
Andrew Lwowski has won a $3,000 first place prize for the Hearst Journalism Awards Program Sports Writing Competition.
Cronkite School announces 2022 Shaufler Prize in Journalism contest winners
The Shaufler Prize is administered by the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University.
Cronkite School partners with Grambling State University to research emergency management resources at HBCUs
The Cronkite School, in partnership with Grambling State University, are recipients of a FEMA grant to assess emergency management resources and needs at the nation’s 103 HBCUs.
“CBS Mornings” co-host Gayle King accepts 39th Cronkite Award
Gayle King reflected on her life, career and rise to prominence as she accepted the 39th Walter Cronkite Award for Excellence in Journalism.
Cronkite Contentpreneurs: Twin brothers establish popular social media brand to promote athletes
Michael and Anthony Yero manage 305 Sports and Yero Step, two popular social media imprints that offer sports news and updates.
Cronkite senior wins first place Hearst Award for Multimedia Narrative Storytelling
Cronkite senior Drake Presto won first place in the Multimedia Narrative Storytelling category for the 2023 Hearst Journalism Awards Program.
Cronkite School students will cover Super Bowl 57
The Cronkite School will send its own media contingent to cover the biggest sporting event of the year.
Cronkite graduate student makes history as hockey broadcaster
Trey Matthews just became the second African American man to serve as a play-by-play announcer in the Canadian Hockey League.
Can a journalist be trustworthy without being “objective?”
A new report from the Cronkite School asks news media leaders and experts — and what they say may surprise you.
Scripps Howard Foundation announces spring class of Roy W. Howard fellows
The Scripps Howard Foundation established the fellowship program in 2020 in honor of Roy W. Howard, legendary journalist and news executive of The E.W. Scripps Company.
Incoming Cronkite student wins Heisman High School Scholarship
The Heisman High School Scholarship program is administered by the Heisman Trophy to award the most esteemed male and female high school senior scholar-athletes.
Cronkite News Co/Lab initiative spent a year researching how to bolster, improve news for small communities
An Arizona State University student-led project has developed ideas for local news organization Wick Communications on how to engage the community.
ASU’s McCain Institute and Cronkite School launch task force on Defeating Disinformation Attacks on U.S. Democracy
The task force includes experts on disinformation, members of the media, civil society, corporate leaders and policymakers.
Alumni Highlight: Cronkite experience motivates alumna to give back
Andrea Aker owes a lot of her entrepreneurial success to the connections and training she received at the Cronkite School.
Cronkite Hall of Fame inductee encourages graduates to stay connected to ASU
The Cronkite School celebrated the accomplishments of almost 340 graduates while serving as a homecoming for one of its most supportive and successful alumni.
Veteran journalist Pauline Arrillaga to lead Carnegie-Knight News21 program
Cronkite professor Pauline Arrillaga will take over as executive editor of the Carnegie-Knight News21 program.
Cronkite school to launch new strategic communications agency
The Cronkite School is combining two of its award-winning programs to form a new integrated strategic communications agency.
Alumni Highlight: Cronkite experience prepared alumnus for career success
Although Justin Karp graduated from ASU’s Cronkite School about 15 years ago, the lessons he learned as a student have remained with him as he’s progressed through his career.