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Broadcast students at the Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication
at Arizona State University produced the award-winning visual stories
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reporter Carina Sonn visits what was once one of the largest immigrant
drop houses in Phoenix a year after police busted the Paradise Valley
home. This video won 12th place in the 2004-05 Hearst competition
for TV news reporting.
a computer screen to the field, NewsWatch reporter William Pitts shows
us how ASU’s marching band prepares for a performance. This video
won ninth place in the 2004-05 Hearst competition for TV feature reporting.
reporter Carina Sonn reveals prescription pain killers might hurt more
than they help as the number of college students abusing the drugs increases.
This video won 12th place in the 2004-05 Hearst competition for
TV news reporting.
reporter Carina Sonn finds a kung fu master and violin virtuoso wrapped
up in Kevin Huang. This video won sixth place in the 2004-05 Hearst
competition for TV feature reporting and first place in a SPJ regional
competition for TV feature photography.
snow at Arizona Snowbowl may be fine for avid skiers, but some residents
say snow made from reclaimed water desecrates the land and poses a health
concern. NewsWatch reporter Adriana Alvarado reports. This video won
tenth place in the 2004-05 Hearst competition for TV news
outages, icy roads, and snow days are just a few examples of what northern
Arizonans faced last winter. NewsWatch reporter Adriana Alvarado reveals
how a heavy winter affects life in Flagstaff. This video won tenth place
in the 2004-05 Hearst competition for TV news reporting.
by the famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright, Grady Gammage Auditorium
was originally meant for Iraq. Find out how the opera house made its
way to Tempe in this piece by NewsWatch reporter William Pitts. This
video won ninth place in the 2004-05 Hearst competition for TV feature
Go behind the scenes of the presidential debate at Arizona State University
with NewsWatch reporter Matt Johnson. See the effort and time it takes
to prepare for debate day.
Carina Sonn looks behind the hammering and flag draping as ASU prepared
to host the third presidential debate of 2004. This video won sixth
place in the 2004-05 Hearst competition for TV feature reporting
and first place in a regional SPJ competition for TV general news reporting.
Domiguez’s film shows there’s more to art in Arizona than
Frank Lloyd Wright. Learn about the art event that draws more than 4,000
people to the streets of downtown Phoenix on the first weekend of every
Big cars, big egos, and big dreams: Lina Amanda Eriksson explores how
European students at ASU view Americans and American culture.
Souva, Ray Gonzalez, and Kristie Johnson want to take you on the ride
of your life. Enter the gates and experience the Ferris wheels, fried
Twinkies, and farm animals at the Arizona State Fair.
A few corporations owning a large chunk of the airwaves: What are the consequences for listeners and the press? Megan Murphy examines the issue in Arizona's radio market.
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