Cronkite News Service in Washington is an intensive professional reporting experience for advanced Cronkite students in the journalism degree program.
Graduate and top undergraduate students work out of the ASU Washington center in the Dupont Circle area of D.C., covering public policy issues in Congress, the White House and in federal agencies that affect Arizona.
Student reporters and producers, under the direction of faculty news director Steve Crane, produce breaking and investigative stories and packages that appear in print and online client news outlets across the state.
Their work also appears on the multiplatform Cronkite News website and on Cronkite NewsWatch, the school's award-winning news show that airs on PBS.
Cronkite News Service began in Arizona in 2007. Cronkite D.C. began operation in summer 2011, instantly becoming the largest Arizona-based news-gathering operation in the nation's capital.