A newspaper reporter from Uganda, a film producer from Armenia and a communications director from Afghanistan are among the 10 global journalists and communicators selected to the Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Program at the Cronkite School at ASU. Goodbye to Donald J. Trump, the man who wanted to be Conrad Hilton but turned out to be Paris Hilton. A student from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication has been named the top collegiate television reporter in the United States. Arizona State University has appointed documentary filmmaker Peter Byck to jointly serve as professor of practice for the Global Institute of Sustainability’s School of Sustainability and for the Cronkite School. Nineteen students from the Cronkite School are in London to cover the 2012 Olympic Games for Cronkite News Service and other news organizations. The news magazine airs on Eight/KAET’s “Eight World” program and is featured on the KAET Web site. Five TV news anchorwomen, two best-selling authors and experts on the future of journalism are headlining a fall speaker series at the Cronkite School. The renowned magazine published a story by Misha Jones, who profiled an Australian woman who cared for baby wombats in her apartment during the COVID-19 lockdown. Cronkite professor Retha Hill wins a McCormick Foundation New Media Women Entrepreneurs grant to create a mobile application that enables users to learn about black history from their smart phones. Cronkite students spent the past six weeks covering Major League Baseball teams for major media outlets as part of the school’s expanding sports-journalism program. Eighteen journalism students will be able to participate in the Carnegie-Knight News21 program over the next three years, thanks to the Ethics and Excellence in Journalism Foundation. ASU's Cronkite School is hosting a public expo next week, featuring a host of cutting-edge technologies impacting journalism’s future. Fernanda Santos, an award-winning author and southwest correspondent for The New York Times, is joining the Cronkite School as a Southwest Borderlands Initiative Professor. The Cronkite School serves as the national headquarters for the initiative, which includes top journalism students from … Ellen Soeteber, an award-winning journalist and former top editor of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, will join Arizona State University as the Edith Kinney Gaylord Visiting Professor in Journalism Ethics at the Cronkite School. Donald G. Godfrey, a longtime broadcaster and ASU professor who taught at the Cronkite School for 24 years, is the 2017 recipient of the Broadcast Education Association’s Lifetime Achievement in Scholarship. A new national survey from the News Co/Lab at the Cronkite School shows that although nearly one in five Americans immediately associate the word “news” with the word “fake,” only a tiny number use that word to describe local news. For the 11th consecutive year, students of the Cronkite School take first place in the regional Society of Professional Journalists Mark of Excellence awards. ASU is creating an endowed professorship at the Cronkite School in honor of Sue Clark-Johnson, the newspaper executive, journalism pioneer and ASU professor who died two years ago this month. The Cronkite School building has been awarded an International Architecture Award, Arizona State University announced. Things have only gotten worse — and, now that administrators have gotten used to the sweet taste of cancel culture, it appears that student journalists themselves are on the dinner plate. The new home of the Cronkite School will serve as an election night hub, with top analysts providing commentary, students and community members watching the returns in the First Amendment Forum and advanced students producing three hours of live TV election coverage. Lisa Schmidtke, an award-winning marketing, public relations and communications professional and alumna of Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, has joined the Cronkite School as its Public Relations Lab director. Peter Bhatia, the award-winning editor of The Oregonian in Portland, is joining the Cronkite School as the Edith Kinney Gaylord Visiting Professor in Journalism Ethics at ASU. Must See Mondays will address the upcoming and current events of 2020. Journalists and media educators from 18 different countries will spend part of their summer at Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication studying entrepreneurship, media innovation and government and experiencing life in the U.S. Top college journalism students from across the country are at ASU's Cronkite School for 10 days of in-depth training as part of a digital journalism internship program through the Dow Jones News Fund. Weil Family Professor of Journalism Leonard Downie Jr. served as a consultant on the new Steven Spielberg film "The Post.". Spanish professors from ASU’s School of Letters and Cultures will conduct the workshop for Cronkite faculty and staff. Students and faculty of the Cronkite School are the recipients of a string of recent awards honoring their work in radio, television, multimedia and entrepreneurship. Three Cronkite professors interviewing Sheriff Joe Arpaio will air live on a big video screen outside the school and on the Internet to accommodate heavy public interest. In its 10th year at the Cronkite School, the Fulbright exchange program selects participants from emerging democracies to engage in academic, leadership and professional development experiences in the U.S. Pelley will discuss his award-winning career and his new book, “Truth Worth Telling: A Reporter’s Search for Meaning in the Stories of Our Times.”. Virgil Renzulli, who has led ASU’s communications and outreach for more than a decade, is joining the Cronkite School as a professor of strategic communications. Top student journalists from across the country are at ASU's Cronkite School for intensive journalism training as part of a special internship program through Dow Jones News Fund. Entries are now being accepted for the 2020 Barlett & Steele Awards for Investigative Business Journalism, the nation’s top investigative business journalism contest. Christopher Callahan, who helped lead the University of Maryland’s journalism program to national prominence as the school’s associate dean, will become the founding dean of the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University in August 2005. William Pitts won the Society of Professional Journalists’ Mark of Excellence award for in-depth radio reporting for his examination of military training in a Phoenix suburb. A new ASU program will expose students to a wide range of cultural, sports and entertainment options near the Downtown Phoenix Campus and introduce them to downtown personalities and leaders. Dean Christopher Callahan writes about the Cronkite School’s interview with controversial Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio in The Arizona Republic. A SportsCenter anchor, Barrie also serves as studio host for ESPN's college football coverage. ASU's Cronkite School, which has grown dramatically in the past decade, is expanding its leadership team. The Cronkite School placed in the top 10 in the national Hearst Journalism Awards program for 2007-2008 – the seventh consecutive year that the school has finished in the top 10. The National Association of Broadcasters Education Foundation and ASU's Cronkite School are accepting applications for an intensive 10-day media sales training program this summer for recent college graduates. ASU's Cronkite School is hosting a special public discussion tonight on how the news media missed the most important political story of a generation. A Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist, two leading journalists from Newsweek, the former editor of The Washington Post and local television news anchors are among the speakers who will be featured at the Cronkite School this spring. Nicole Carroll, editor of the Arizona Republic and Cronkite School alumna, is set to take the helm of USA Today, the most-circulated newspaper in the United States. Rick Rodriguez, former executive editor of the Sacramento Bee and the first Latino president of the American Society of Newspaper Editors, is joining the faculty of the Cronkite School as the school’s Southwest Borderlands Initiative Professor. Joe W. Milner, a pioneering ASU journalism professor who laid the foundation for what would become the Cronkite School, died Sunday at his home in Tempe. The ceremony marked Cronkite’s first virtual convocation as more than 400 graduates were recognized along with their families, many of whom attended online and posted congratulatory messages on the school’s YouTube and Facebook Live feeds. A TV anchor from Nigeria, an investigative journalist from Bulgaria and a public relations specialist from the Kyrgyz Republic are among the 10 global journalists and communicators studying at ASU's Cronkite School as part of the Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Program. Alfredo Corchado and Angela Kocherga, two award-winning journalists who cover the U.S.-Mexico border, will deliver the ninth annual Paul J. Schatt Memorial Lecture at ASU’s Cronkite School. Micheline Maynard, a former New York Times senior business correspondent, will be the new director of the Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism at ASU’s Cronkite School. Cronkite student Chris Cadeau uses radio show to break stereotypes that surround returning soldiers. Public Service and Students from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication have been honored for their work in multimedia, newspapers, television and public relations in a series of recent national and regional competitions. The event is hosted by Cronkite School Associate Professor Joseph Russomanno. A statewide TV special exploring the deadly rise of heroin use in Arizona, created by ASU's Cronkite School, received two of the region’s top professional honors at the Rocky Mountain Emmy Awards. He was 85. Univision Arizona, the state’s most-watched Spanish-language television station, is now broadcasting Cronkite Noticias, a 30-minute news program produced by bilingual ASU students on important Latino community and statewide issues. A national investigation by Carnegie-Knight News21 into the fate of veterans returning home from Iraq and Afghanistan has received the Online News Association’s top award for student reporting in 2014. ASU’s Cronkite School and School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning are offering a new dual degree for students interested in careers as meteorologists at news and weather organizations. Students placed in every category -- broadcast news, multimedia, photography and writing. A former New York Times senior business correspondent and a former CNN Wall Street correspondent will be the Donald W. Reynolds Visiting Professors in Business Journalism for the spring semester at the Cronkite School at ASU. With the objective of strengthening the content it delivers in one of its new markets, The E.W. Students won a total of seven awards in the 2009 contest sponsored by the Magazine Division of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication. Newly promoted Associate Professor Carol Schwalbe is the recipient of this year’s ASU Faculty Achievement Award for Excellence in Classroom Performance. Students in the Carnegie-Knight News21 investigative reporting project at the Cronkite School are winners of the 2019 Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award. These young ideas rarely do — and the invaluable lesson that students glean from that realization will be lost forever if administrators cut them off at the knees by continuing to appease oversensitive cry-bullies whose antics threaten these vital sandboxes. Seventeen students from the Cronkite School spend their spring break in the Dominican Republic reporting on immigration issues. Political journalists from The Washington Post, the religion editor of CNN and a top communications executive at Intel Corp. are among the headliners of a speaker series this fall at ASU's Cronkite School. Next week, every broadcast TV station and most radio outlets in Arizona that are used to competing will unite and simultaneously air a 30-minute, commercial-free documentary produced by ASU journalism students. John E. Craft, a professor at ASU's Cronkite School, has released a new book chronicling the history of commercial television in Phoenix. Prominent media professionals will speak to students Monday evenings this fall at the Cronkite School. Professor Donald Godfrey, a long-time member of the Cronkite faculty, has been named a recipient of the 2007 Silver Circle Award by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. Arizona PBS will have the largest local media presence in the state on Election Day with more than 100 Cronkite students reporting from Phoenix, the Arizona-Mexico border, New York and Washington, D.C. ASU's Cronkite School is commemorating the 100th anniversary of the birth of Walter Cronkite this Friday with a special public birthday celebration as well as a one-hour TV special on Arizona PBS. ASU is joining with the Valley of the Sun YMCA to host the 45th edition of the Grand Canyon State’s oldest running event – the Y Race Phoenix. # ICYMI : Meteorologists at local news stations are using “augmented intelligence” to enhance their forecasts and give viewers the most up-to-date information. (Jessica Rinaldi/Reuters) The journalism school at Arizona State University caves to student activists. Fourteen of the nation’s top sports journalism students are part of the weeklong Sports Journalism Institute at Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication. Cronkite graduate Ian Lee reports from Cairo on the protests, working for The Daily News Egypt and Reuters and contributing to CNN reports. Three of the nation’s top television station groups produce a new interactive daily news show from the state-of-the-art media complex at the Cronkite School. Nancy C. Barnes, senior vice president for news at National Public Radio, told new journalism graduates of ASU Tuesday they need to be prepared to celebrate change, not resist it. News executives from around the country returned to the Cronkite School this week to create change and innovation in local television. The co-founder of Politico, a TV news anchor, a Google marketing expert and student digital inventors will headline the Must See Monday speaker series this semester. Aaron Brown, the former lead anchor for CNN, will join the Cronkite School faculty for Spring ’07 as the Barrett Honors College’s John J. Rhodes Chair. Two major-market television news anchors are the newest members of the Cronkite School Alumni Hall of Fame. Three students in the Cronkite School are among the honorees in the Emmy Awards given by the Rocky Mountain Southwest Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. Cronkite students took home six first-place awards during the 2020 National Native Media Awards, the most out of any school in the nation. Christopher Callahan, who has led the dramatic transformation of the Cronkite School into one of the nation’s top and most innovative journalism schools, is named vice provost of ASU’s Downtown Phoenix campus. Sonya Duhé will be the next dean of ASU's Cronkite School, the university announced today. The News Co/Lab at the Cronkite School released the results of the first batch of community surveys, designed to help newsrooms understand what their communities know about, think about and want from the news. Arizona Republic Publisher Mi-Ai Parrish, an award-winning journalist and media executive, will be the inaugural Sue Clark-Johnson Professor in Media Innovation and Leadership at the Cronkite School, ASU announced today. Twenty high school students from across Arizona are part of an intensive, two-week media innovation training camp. Indian Country Today, the national news organization devoted to coverage of Native American issues and communities, is moving from Washington to the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication on Arizona State University's Downtown Phoenix campus. The Cronkite School will host a Federal Communications Commission hearing Monday on the future of American media. The Donald W. Reynolds Foundation announced two grants totaling $5,336,360 to make ASU a global hub of business journalism education by endowing a faculty chair and expanding the work of the Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism. Cronkite News is the news division of Arizona PBS. Look no further than the hysterical reaction to Senator Tom Cotton’s New York Times op-ed urging government to use its authorities under the Insurrection Act to “restore order to our streets” amid riots and looting. Leonard Downie Jr., the former Washington Post editor and newest Cronkite professor, writes about the future of journalism in a powerful new study. Jack Clifford, a television industry leader for more than 50 years and an ardent supporter of the Cronkite School, is the recipient of this year’ Dean’s Award for Outstanding Service. The Cronkite School is the new home for the National Center on Disability & Journalism, providing resources for journalists and a forum for journalists and people with disabilities to share and comment on news coverage. ASU's Cronkite School is presenting Scott Pelley, managing editor and anchor of the “CBS Evening News,” with the Walter Cronkite Award for Excellence in Journalism Monday. Steven Ginsberg, the national political editor of The Washington Post, will be the featured speaker at the sixth annual Paul J. Schatt Memorial Lecture. The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation today announced a $1.9 million grant to ASU's Cronkite School to advance digital and broadcast innovation in local television news. The president of Al Jazeera America, a top anchor at CNN en Español and the CEO of an international public relations agency are among the journalists and communicators taking part in a lecture series at the Cronkite School. A five-story light sculpture is attracting attention at the new Cronkite School building in downtown Phoenix. Tim J. McGuire, the Frank Russell Chair for the Business of Journalism in the Cronkite School, is launching a blog on the business of journalism and media ethics. Two-thirds of the nation’s daily newspapers still print stock market tables in some form, but virtually none offers a complete listing of market results, according to a study by the Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism. The owners of RIESTER, one of the region’s leading advertising and digital marketing firms, today made a six-figure gift to support students and programs at ASU's Cronkite School. Find a staff list and description of our beats here . Journalism students at ASU's Cronkite School took home seven first-place awards during the 2019 National Native Media Awards, the most of any school in the nation. Cronkite faculty and staff greeted incoming students with a Fall Welcome unlike any other in school history. Brittany Morris, a junior in the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, has been awarded a research scholarship from the Center for Religion and Conflict to travel to Kuwait to study the participation of Muslim women in civil society. Andrew Leckey, who has built the business journalism program at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication into a national powerhouse, is retiring after 14 years at Arizona State University. The awards are named for the renowned investigative team of Donald L. Barlett and James B. Steele, and sponsored by the Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism at Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication. Brown will join the full-time faculty of the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication in January. Mi-Ai Parrish is among three Arizona State University women selected to participate in “Phoenix Herstories,” a photography and video project that commemorates the ratification of the 19th Amendment by honoring prominent female leaders in Phoenix. Once again, Cronkite News folded to the pressure. More than 50 ASU students at the Cronkite School are playing a major role in providing critical support and news coverage for the NCAA’s Final Four in Phoenix this week. He was 92. In fact, they’re reimagining innovative takeout menus, and Arizona PBS is highlighting those menus through a new digital-first mini-series starting Dec. 10. A new partnership with NBC News will provide students in the Cronkite School with professional internship opportunities at top network properties in New York City, Washington, D.C., Chicago, Atlanta and Burbank, Calif. Reuters received the gold award and the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel received the silver award in the 2010 Barlett & Steele Awards. Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism at the Cronkite School is accepting entries for the annual B. arlett & Steele Awards for Investigative Business Journalism. ASU's Cronkite School is opening the doors of its New Media Innovation Lab to the public, offering expert advice and support on entrepreneurial and technological endeavors. Arizona PBS, the 53-year-old public television station based at ASU with more than 1 million viewers, will become part of the Cronkite School, continuing to provide quality PBS programming while serving as a national hub for news innovation and reinvention, the university announced Thursday. Dozens of TV stations across Arizona will join together in January in a rare effort to combat the growing epidemic of youth suicide. Ten international journalists and communicators at the Cronkite School are visiting students and faculty at Yavapai College in central Arizona Friday for a daylong event on globalization and international cooperation. The spread of “cancel culture” in newsrooms — declaring people henceforth “canceled” from society owing to ideological disagreements — is nothing new. Cronkite School students won eight professional awards and three student awards in the 2016 Arizona Press Club competition. ASU students at the Cronkite School were part of a groundbreaking USA Today Network project that won a Pulitzer Prize in Explanatory Reporting today. Top journalists and communicators from Bloomberg, CNBC, ESPN, Google and The Wall Street Journal are among those taking part in a spring lecture series at the Cronkite School at ASU. Arizona State University - Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication Bachelor's degree Communication and Media Studies Junior. “All About the Story: News, Power, Politics and The Washington Post” recalls Leonard Downie Jr.’s career at the newspaper he helped elevate to international prominence. Cronkite Interim Dean Kristin Gilger joins Carnegie-Knight deans of leading journalism schools to reaffirm the critical role of journalism in democracy, underscoring the need for journalism educators to confront racism in institutions and communities. In all, six students and one recent graduate were nominated for 2008 Emmy honors. An estimated 1 million Arizonans tuned in last week to a documentary produced by ASU students at the Cronkite School on the growing perils of heroin and opioid use in Arizona. For the third consecutive year, Cronkite students have finished first in the Society of Professional Journalists’ highly competitive intercollegiate news contest. A ProPublica story that uncovered the shocking ways children with intellectual disabilities are physically disciplined in schools across the country has won top honors in the 2015 Katherine Schneider Journalism Award for Excellence in Reporting on Disability. “Holy Hunger in the Midst of Plenty,” won a Telly Award and a Videographer Award of Distinction. Bridging the Great Health Divide will take a fresh look at the health disparities in Appalachia and the Mississippi Delta. An innovative news project, developed by two students at Cronkite’s Knight Center for Digital Media Entrepreneurship, wins a Knight News Challenge grant. Craig Harris of The Arizona Republic wins the Reynolds Center's Barlett & Steele gold award, which recognizes the best in investigative business reporting. A mobile news app for smartphones such as iPhones and Androids is now available for Cronkite News, the multimedia daily news site produced by the Cronkite School. Cronkite Innovation Chief Eric Newton discusses the importance of media literacy in an interview with ASU Now. For the ninth consecutive year, Cronkite students dominate the Society of Professional Journalists' regional student awards competition, capturing 39 awards — almost four times the number won by the second-place school. A national radio executive and a ground-breaking Native American journalist will be the newest inductees into the Cronkite School Alumni Hall of Fame. Cronkite School Associate Dean Marianne Barrett is named the Solheim Professor, thanks to a generous gift from philanthropist Louise Solheim. Thirty-five high school journalism teachers will grow their skills at ASU this summer in a training program funded by the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation and operated by the American Society of News Editors. Pulitzer Prize-winner William K. Marimow will join the Cronkite School to lead the Carnegie-Knight News21 in-depth digital journalism program. Cronkite News Phoenix Sports Director Brett Kurland discusses politics, risk of brain injury and critical news coverage could all have lasting effect on NFL and the sport's popularity. Arizona PBS secured the station's most wins since 1981; the Cronkite School has won 64 Student Production Awards since 2009. The Cronkite School names nine alumni to a new national board of advisors whose members will provide leadership and support for the school. No charge. 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