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The Best of Cronkite NewsWatch highlights some the award-winning stories produced by students at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication. Focusing on government and public affairs, NewsWatch students file reports from across Arizona and its bureaus in Washington D.C. and Los Angeles. This year’s program is hosted by Cronkite alumna Hailey Frances, an anchor and reporter at 12 News, KPNX-TV.
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Former U.S. Senator John Kyl moderates a panel exploring the complexities surrounding immigration reform, including its timing, feasibility and potential scope. Border security, the path to citizenship, and visas for individuals working in STEM-related fields are among the topics to be addressed. Part of ASU's The Challenges Before Us project, broadcast live on Arizona PBS World 8.3, with opening remarks by ASU President Michael Crow.
"ASU Discovers" examines some of the cutting-edge research taking place at ASU. The show highlights the work of researchers to detect bone loss, develop programs that will help to prevent diabetes and efforts to maximize the efficiency of solar energy technology.
On October 3, 2011, the FCC held a public hearing to explore the report "Information Needs of Communities: The Changing Media Landscape in a Broadband Age." The Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University hosted the hearing in the studios of Arizona PBS.
ASU President Michael Crow moderates this panel discussion featuring Governor Bush, Bill Harris of Science Foundation Arizona and Sue Clark Johnson of ASU's Morrison Institute for Public Policy.
Arizona PBS is proud to highlight Arizona State University’s outstanding faculty with insight from their colleagues and students.
Arizona PBS takes viewers inside the labs and classrooms at Arizona State University to explore the latest research and innovations — and to introduce viewers to the people who are making it happen.
Watch ASU professors discuss a wide range of subjects including politics, consumer affairs, the environment, business, health concerns and social and legal issues on Arizona PBS's Horizon & Horizonte.
President Barack Obama addresses Arizona State University's spring graduates at a sold-out Sun Devil Stadium.