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Students in the Cronkite School’s bachelor’s and master’s degree programs in journalism and mass communication have the unique opportunity to build their portfolios and skills in innovative, immersive classes and programs directed by top professionals in their fields. All Cronkite students are encouraged to participate in at least one of these experiences. Requirements for the programs vary, and students must meet prerequisites. Opportunities include:
Students learn by working inside the world’s largest media outlet operated by a journalism school. Arizona PBS broadcasts reach 1.9 million households on four TV channels.
Cronkite News – Broadcast
The award-winning Cronkite News broadcast airs daily on Arizona PBS, with top professionals guiding student anchors, reporters, producers, editors and production staff.
Cronkite News – Phoenix Bureau
Students in the Cronkite News bureau in Phoenix produce stories across media platforms for 30-plus professional news outlets, covering stories from the Statehouse to the Mexico border.
Cronkite News – Washington Bureau
Students in the Cronkite Washington bureau cover the nation’s capital, producing digital and TV stories for Cronkite News and a range of professional media outlets.
Bilingual students work with professionals to create digital content for the Cronkite Noticias website, which serves Spanish-speaking audiences in Arizona.
Digital Audience Lab
Students participate in an immersive professional program experience to define, grow and engage digital audiences for real clients in an agency-like setting.
Cronkite News – Digital Production
Students serve as Web producers for the Cronkite News website and work with students in other Cronkite News bureaus to create and showcase multimedia content.
Cronkite News – LA Sports Bureau
Students spend a semester in the Los Angeles bureau focusing on professional and intercollegiate sports stories in southern California.
Cronkite News – Phoenix Sports Bureau
Students in the Cronkite News sports bureau in Phoenix cover a wide range of sporting events, including MLB spring training, for major market news outlets across the country.
Cronkite News – Borderlands
Students cover important immigration and border issues in English and Spanish for Cronkite News under the guidance of two award-winning professional borderlands journalists.
Reynolds Business Bureau
Business journalism students produce stories on all platforms, focusing on business, finance and the economy for Cronkite News and regional news outlets.
News21 produces investigative, multimedia projects in partnership with The Washington Post, NBC News and other major national news organizations.
New Media Innovation and Entrepreneurship Lab
An entrepreneurial digital lab teams Cronkite students with computer engineering, design and business students to create cutting-edge media products.
Public Relations Lab
A strategic communications agency puts advanced PR students to work developing campaigns and strategies for Fortune 500 companies, nonprofit organizations and other clients.
Sports Knowledge Lab
Students in the Sports Knowledge Lab, which is part of ASU’s Global Sport Institute and the Cronkite School, learn how to connect people to the power of sport by translating and amplifying complex sports research to broad, global audiences.
Students will produce a 13-week television magazine program for Arizona PBS focusing on science research at Arizona State University, using long-form DSLR video storytelling skills.
Television Production and Graphics Lab
Students in the Television Production and Graphics Lab will work with Cronkite News and Arizona PBS to bring productions to life, learning all facets of control room production and what it takes to turn reporter content into a vibrant production.
Students should meet with their adviser for more information on how to enroll in these programs.