Students at Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism are diving into coverage of Super Bowl XLIX, working side by side with the media now descending upon Phoenix. The Cronkite School will host the event’s Social Media Command Center, and students are producing content on all media and for news orgs inlcuding Sports Illustrated, NFL.com and AZCentral.
Every TV station and most radio outlets across Arizona will simultaneously air a 30-minute, commercial-free investigative report produced by Arizona State University student journalists on the growing perils of heroin and opioid use.
Newsy Ramps Up For 24/7 News
PHOENIX (AP) — ABC newswoman Diane Sawyer is expected to receive a journalism excellence award in Phoenix on Friday. Sawyer anchors ABC’s flagship newscast, “World News with Diane Sawyer” and for 10 years was the popular co-anchor of “Good Morning America.” She has traveled the world to cover breaking and in-depth news, and has reported […]