BET’s president of media sales to deliver keynote address at Cronkite School fall convocation
Louis Carr, president of media sales at Black Entertainment Television (BET), will serve as the keynote Fall 2023 convocation speaker.
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.
Panel speaks of need for continued support of Ukraine
The Cronkite School marked the opening of the ‘Relentless Courage’ photo exhibit with a talk about war’s far-reaching consequences.
Carnegie-Knight News21 project investigates aftermath of U.S. Supreme Court abortion ruling
Carnegie-Knight News21 launched an in-depth look at the aftermath of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.
Cronkite School partners with The Diversity Pledge Institute, URL Media to host career development workshops
The Cronkite School has partnered with The Diversity Pledge Institute (DPI) and URL Media to host a comprehensive series of workshops geared towards helping students prepare for life after college.
Howard Center investigation examines increasing influence of ‘constitutional sheriffs’ group
The seven-month collaboration between the Howard Center for Investigative Journalism and the Arizona Center for Investigative Reporting shows the sheriff’s group has been active in at least 30 states.
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.
Scripps Howard Fund announces summer class of Roy W. Howard Fellows
The Scripps Howard Fund has chosen the 2023-2024 class of Roy W. Howard Fellows as well as the nonprofit newsrooms hosting the Fellows.
Business journalists report widespread salary increases in annual Reynolds Center survey
The Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism released its annual survey examining business journalist salaries.
Cronkite School welcomes 18 journalists, scholars for SUSI program
The Cronkite School is hosting 18 international scholars, journalists and media educators from across the world.
Cronkite School will host Dow Jones News Fund digital media residency
The Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University's Downtown Phoenix campus will host the Dow Jones News Fund digital media residency.
Brodeur Senior Vice President named president of ASU’s Cronkite Endowment Board
Christine "Chris" Dotts has been named the new president of the Cronkite Endowment Board of Trustees.
Human Rights Press Awards announce 2023 winners
Stories focusing on Covid and the Myanmar Military took top prizes in the 2023 Human Rights Press Awards.
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.
Scripps CEO to deliver Cronkite School convocation speech
Adam Symson, president and CEO of The E.W. Scripps Company, will deliver the keynote address at the Cronkite School's Spring 2023 convocation.
How to use U.S. Government economic data for your stories
The Reynolds Center for Business Journalism and the Cronkite School hosted "Under the Hood with BLS: Finding and telling stories with government data" on March 30.
“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.
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.