Laura Sposato

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Radio, A Professional Sound Off

by Laura Sposato Radio. We use it to hear our favorite bands. We tune in to see what new gossip is being told. We rely on it during times of disaster and during rush hour. It tells us whether or not we should wear a jacket or sunglasses. We trust it to tell us who … Continue reading

Phoenix News Stations

by Mei Prang and Laura Sposato Phoenix is a large market and there are several news stations in the city. The 12 News and Fox 10 News studios are two examples. The Cronkite School’s proximity to different news studios in Phoenix gives students the opportunity to get internships and to report stories that professional news … Continue reading

Cronkite Newswatch

by Laura Sposato NewsWatch is a student run newscast that airs weekdays on KAET 8.3 in Arizona.  It is a program that Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication prides itself on. News Director and Assistant Dean Mark Lodato said it prepares students for the path ahead in broadcast news. Each Semester new … Continue reading

Robotic Journalists

by Laura Sposato Robots revolutionized the automobile industry.  Surgeons are beginning to trust robotic hands more than their own.  The military has begun using droids in combat, and very few of us can say we have been to the grocery store and not used the quick, robot assisted, self-check-out when in a hurry.  Whether we … Continue reading

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