Cronkite News is the news division of Arizona PBS, the world’s largest media organization operated by a journalism school. With reporting bureaus in Phoenix, Washington, D.C., and Los Angeles, we deliver important, impactful Arizona news to 1.9 million homes and news organizations across the state.
Cronkite News is a product of the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University. The school has 15 full-time editors/professionals and more than 120 students who produce daily news content on TV and digital platforms for Arizona audiences. They pitch story ideas, get assignments and report and produce multimedia stories on deadline under the direction of professional editors for Cronkite News – all while meeting the expectations of this professional news organization.
Digital producers: The digital production team handles all things visual for the Cronkite News website. This includes data visualization, web production and design, social media, photography and web video.
Broadcast and studio producers: The newscast producer team coordinates all editorial aspects of the Cronkite News broadcast content, selecting stories, preparing presentation plans for reporters, writing scripts, creating graphics, editing video and managing the talent for the newscasts on Arizona PBS and our Facebook Live updates.