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  • Walter Cronkite School of Journalism | ASU
    all platforms focusing on business finance and the economy for Cronkite News and regional news outlets Carnegie Knight News21 News21 produces investigative multimedia projects in partnership with The Washington Post NBCnews com and other major national news organizations New Media Innovation 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 Public Insight Network Bureau Students work with professional news organizations around the country to mine news sources engage audiences and generate story ideas in partnership with American Public Media Cronkite Career Services Cronkite Career Services arranges more than 600 student internships a year and provides job placement assistance to graduating students and alumni I am a future student Undergraduate Program Graduate Programs Professional Programs Online Degree Student Life Apply to ASU Visit Cronkite Financial Aid and Scholarships Contact I am a current student Contact Your Adviser Major Map Journalism and Mass Communication Major Map Sports Journalism Major Map Mass Communication and Media Studies Curriculum Checksheet Journalism and Mass Communication Curriculum Checksheet Sports Journalism Undergraduate Forms Graduate Forms Apply for Scholarships Apply for Internships Professional Programs Applications Minors Specializations Combined Bachelor s and Master s Cronkite Events Student Clubs and Organizations Cronkite Dean s List I am an alumnus Alumni Hall of Fame Alumni Updates Cronkite Nation Cronkite Day LinkedIn Alumni Group The Cronkite Journal Alumni Giving Knight Cronkite Alumni Innovation Grant WeSupportCronkite WeSupportCronkite Make a Gift Cronkite Award Luncheon Giving Opportunities Ways to Give Your Gift Matters Planned Giving Cronkite Endowment Board National Board of Advisors Our Supporters Sun Devil Giving Day Cronkite Award Luncheon Cronkite Award Luncheon Information Registration and Payment

    Original URL path: http://cronkite.asu.edu/ (2015-10-09)
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  • About the Cronkite School | ASU Cronkite School
    Tribune Editor Tim McGuire digital media expert Dan Gillmor Pulitzer Prize winning investigative reporter and editor Jacqueline Petchel and former Sacramento Bee Executive Editor Rick Rodriguez Located on Arizona State University s Downtown Phoenix campus the Cronkite School leads the way in journalism education with its innovative use of the teaching hospital model for which it has received international acclaim The school s full immersion professional programs give students opportunities to practice what they ve learned in intensive real world settings under the guidance of top flight professionals The Cronkite School owns and operates Arizona s PBS station The current reach of Arizona PBS and the school s nightly newscast Cronkite News is 4 8 million people in 1 9 million households across 80 percent of Arizona The weekly viewership is more than 1 million Students in Cronkite News Phoenix and Washington Bureaus produce public service journalism for media outlets and consumers statewide and beyond Carnegie Knight News21 student journalists produce innovative multimedia investigations into issues critical to Americans and the business journalism specialization prepares students to report in depth on business finance and economics Students in Cronkite News produce a nightly newscast that reaches millions Arizonans on Eight Arizona PBS In the New Media Innovation Lab students use digital technologies to forge the future of journalism and create mobile digital products for clients In the school s Public Relations Lab students develop strategic communication campaigns for client companies The new sports journalism program offers extraordinary professional experiences and includes a Southern California sports bureau and a program in which students cover MLB Cactus League spring training for news outlets across the nation Other programs such as the Donald W Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism provide education and training to professional journalists And Cronkite Global Initiatives brings international journalists

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  • Cronkite School Students | ASU Cronkite School
    a wide range of activities that include the campus radio station campus newspaper and two online news websites as well as mentorship and internship programs A dozen student clubs cater to special interests ranging from photojournalism to sports journalism and from broadcasting to public relations All students are assigned an academic advisor who will stay with them through their college careers The school offers a robust series of events and gatherings for students each semester These include a weekly series featuring leading journalists and media professionals a weekly Cronkite Night at the Movies featuring journalism themed movies and post film discussions excursions to experience downtown Phoenix a Global Conversations series with visiting journalism professionals from other countries and much more all under the guidance of a full time director of student success Students are required to complete at least one professional internship for credit before they graduate but most students do multiple internships They are guided by a full time career services director who oversees more than 600 student internships a year at media organizations that include CBS ESPN the Los Angeles Times The New York Times the Arizona Diamondbacks The Arizona Republic Warner Bros and Univision among many other local regional and national news organizations media companies and public relations agencies With all of those opportunities available to them it s no surprise that Cronkite students perform so well in national journalism competitions Cronkite has one of the best overall records in the Hearst Journalism Awards program and the Broadcast Education Association awards competition and the best record for the past eight years in the national Society of Professional Journalists Mark of Excellence competition Recent student honors also include three international Robert F Kennedy Journalism Awards for reporting on social justice issues In addition to its more than 1

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  • Cronkite School People | ASU Cronkite School
    Tribune Editor Tim McGuire former BET Vice President Retha Hill digital media leader Dan Gillmor former Sacramento Bee Executive Editor Rick Rodriguez Pulitzer Prize winning investigative reporter and editor Jacquee Petchel and Pulitzer Prize winning reporter Steve Doig one of the world s leading specialists in data journalism Many faculty members are actively involved in reporting editing writing and producing while others conduct cutting edge media research that creates new knowledge and innovation in the fields of journalism public relations and digital communications Students also have the opportunity to learn from working journalists and communicators who teach as adjunct faculty in online journalism television radio public relations and photojournalism Classroom instruction is supplemented by a robust speakers series that brings leading journalists and communications professionals to campus to visit classrooms and lecture on current topics The school also regularly hosts visiting professors and scholars from around the country and around the world Cronkite students are supported by a national alumni association made up of leading professionals across the country and the Cronkite Endowment Board of Trustees consisting of top media leaders who host the Cronkite Luncheon the largest gathering of media professionals in the state at which the Walter Cronkite

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  • Internships and Jobs in Journalism | ASU Cronkite School
    media companies and public relations agencies The Cronkite School s dedicated Director of Career Services Mike Wong annually places more than 500 students in internships at over 225 companies Students stay connected to job opportunities via a weekly newsletter and Twitter account The Cronkite School has strong relationships with major national media companies including E W Scripps Corporation Gannett Co Hearst Corporation and Sinclair Broadcast Group to name a few These types of companies regularly visit the school each semester to interview graduating students for jobs in major newsrooms E W Scripps Corporation accepts four graduating Cronkite students each year into an apprentice to hire program complete with housing in one of their California newsrooms The school also partners with media corporations foundations and other entities to syndicate students classwork at professional outlets giving students a jumpstart on building professional portfolios for media careers But Cronkite doesn t just facilitate internships and jobs it prepares students for them As part of their required internship students must complete a seven week online career preparation seminar titled After Cronkite The boot camp covers resume writing interviewing networking and other aspects of an effective job search Career planning starts early at Cronkite Freshmen

    Original URL path: http://cronkite.asu.edu/experience/internships (2015-10-09)
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  • Cronkite School Outreach | ASU Cronkite School
    bring these programs and events to the school and to provide training jobs and visibility for students and their work The school houses both the Donald W Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism the nation s largest professional business journalism training program and the Society of American Business Editors and Writers the nation s largest organization of business journalists Both offer ongoing training that helps thousands of journalists improve their coverage of business and the economy Other programs such as the Scripps Howard Journalism Entrepreneurship Institute train faculty from schools around the country in the concepts and practices of infusing entrepreneurship into journalism education while the National Center on Disability and Journalism offers helps and guidance for journalists who report on the disability community and disability issues around the world In the summer high school teachers from around the country come to Cronkite for two weeks of intensive instruction in the principles and practices of journalism for the Reynolds High School Journalism Institute and high school journalism students learn digital skills and journalism fundamentals in another two week residential program New summer programs in the works include a new sports journalism camp and one in broadcast journalism for high school students Through the Cronkite New Media Academy professionals from around the Valley and the state participate in a series of ongoing workshops that provide skills training in everything from videography and photography to social media and branding Other public offerings include the Paul J Schatt Memorial Lecture Series which brings a prominent journalist to the school each year to discuss critical issues such as political coverage investigative reporting ethics and freedom of the press Many of Cronkite s outreach programs are made possible through partnerships with local regional and national media companies and foundations These companies include The Arizona Republic

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  • Cronkite Professional Experiences for Students | ASU Cronkite School
    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 Arizona PBS Students learn by working inside the world s largest media outlet operated by a journalism school AZPBS broadcasts reach 1 9 million households on three 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 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 MLB spring training for major market news outlets across the country 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 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

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  • Cronkite News – Digital Production | ASU Cronkite School
    Contact ASU Search Search Toggle navigation Navigation About Students Degree Programs People Internships Outreach News Events Contact Cronkite News Digital Production Digital Production is the Cronkite School s latest professional program offering students the opportunity to gain experience as Web producers and multimedia specialists It is one of nearly a dozen professional programs offered at the Cronkite School in which upper level students gain professional experience working two three or four full days a week under the guidance of a top tier editor Students in the Digital Production bureau will produce the Cronkite News website aggregating and displaying content generated across the school s professional programs including news reporting bureaus in Phoenix and Washington D C They will work with students in those programs to experiment with new digital tools and create graphics interactives data visualizations audio and visual content for publication on the website and for distribution to media partners locally and regionally Digital Production students also will manage social media for Cronkite News analyze Web metrics and optimize stories for SEO with the goal of maximum story reach and distribution The lab will be led by a high profile director with a background in impactful digital storytelling Students

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