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Cronkite School of Journalism | PBS KAET

Arizona State University

The Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication is an expansive journalism education complex in the heart of downtown Phoenix. The world-class building provides aspiring journalists and communication professionals unparalleled opportunities. The school's proximity to major professional journalism venues is critical in a discipline where high-quality professional internships are essential. The university owned & operated PBS KAET TV Channel is broadcast from these facilities.

Students study and practice journalism in one of the nation's most sophisticated journalism education facilities. The 6-story complex features a large forum for public events, two TV studios with control rooms, two digital TV newsrooms, an advanced multi-platform newsroom, a radio newsroom, a 40-seat computer teaching theater, seven computer news labs, 50+ digital editing bays, a 150-seat theater, three large classrooms, three small seminar rooms, and a Student Services Center with reading and interviewing rooms.

MCH provided full-scope Acoustical, Audiovisual and Broadcast planning and design services on this extremely fast-tracked design/build exercise.

2008

Completed:

Phoenix, AZ

$72M

Cost:

223,000

Square ft:

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