A mentor for all seasons: ASU instructor inducted into Arizona Media Association Hall of Fame
Cronkite School alum and faculty associate Al Macias will be honored for his five decades in journalism.
Veteran, accomplished journalist named Ida B. Wells Professor in Journalism at the Cronkite School
Angela M. Hill, a multi award-winning investigative journalist and producer, has been named the new Ida B. Wells Professor in Journalism at the Cronkite School.
Award-winning investigative journalist Mark Greenblatt to give annual Schatt lecture
Mark Greenblatt’s lecture, “Disrupting Emerging Hate and Violence in 2024,” will take place from noon to 1:30 p.m in the Cronkite School’s First Amendment Forum.
Cronkite Agency executive director and former Disney ‘cast member’ reflects on the mass media company’s enduring legacy
Nicoletti, executive director of the Cronkite Agency and professor of practice at the Cronkite School, worked at Disney for 11 years and witnessed what made the corporation such a strong brand.
Accomplished media psychologist joins Cronkite School faculty
Asheley R. Landrum, a well-known scholar who studies how the public interacts with science communication, has joined the Cronkite School as an associate professor.
Cronkite professor researches media coverage of World Trade Center Cough Syndrome before, after COVID-19 pandemic
Cronkite Professor Sada Reed examined the media coverage of World Trade Cough Syndrome before and after the pandemic and kept track of the number and location stories published or aired.
Cronkite content creators ascend in ASU California Center
The Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University has launched a new signature professional immersion program based at ASU’s California Center in Los Angeles.
Decorated investigative journalist Mark Greenblatt named new executive editor at ASU’s Howard Center
Mark Greenblatt will take over as executive editor of the Howard Center for Investigative Journalism at the Cronkite School.
National Center on Disability and Journalism names new executive director
Pauline Arrillaga has been named executive director of the National Center on Disability and Journalism at the Cronkite School.
Cronkite faculty joins journalists, civil society leaders to discuss methods to combat disinformation
The Cronkite School partnered with Equis Institute and the U.S. Department of State for the Cities Summit of the Americas.
Cronkite professor discusses shakeups at major TV networks
The landscape of television news changed abruptly after three of the most prominent figures in the industry were either fired or separated from their positions within a 24-hour span.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Cronkite professor’s new book examines increased politicization of the Supreme Court
Professor Joseph Russomanno's new book, “The Stench of Politics: Polarization and Worldview on the Supreme Court," discusses the U.S. Supreme Court's growing partisanship.
Cronkite professor Len Downie Jr.’s historical documents available at The Library of Congress
The Library of Congress has archived and made available to the public Cronkite Professor Len Downie Jr.'s papers.
Cronkite School to host 15 international scholars for summer residency program
The scholars will participate in the Journalism, Technology and Democracy program, part of the Study of the United States Institutes (SUSI).