Missouri Journalism Wins National Hearst Intercollegiate Broadcast News Competition

Often called “the Pulitzers of college journalism,” the Hearst program holds year-long competitions in writing, photojournalism, broadcast news and multimedia for journalism undergraduates. The School Places in the Top 10 in Intercollegiate Writing and Multimedia Competitions; Ties for Fourth Overall San Francisco (May 26, 2017) — The Missouri School of Journalism has won $10,000 as … Continued

Radio Reporting Lab Offers New Learning Opportunity for Journalism Students

At top, undergraduate and graduate advanced reporters from across the journalism school worked together on radio feature stories aired on KBIA. At bottom, graduate students Erin McKinstry, left, and Catherine Wheeler edit together during a lab. The Course Helps Students Add Audio Skills to Their Reporting Tool Kits Columbia, Mo. (May 9, 2017) — Radio-focused … Continued

KBIA 91.3 FM Debuts New Home in McReynolds Hall

KBIA’s new space in McReynolds Hall provides its professional staff and students with the tools necessary to produce top-quality audio. The New Space Provides Professional Staff and Students with the Tools to Produce Top-Quality Audio Columbia, Mo. (April 21, 2017) — KBIA-FM, Columbia’s listener-supported NPR-member station, has a new home. It’s in McReynolds Hall, just … Continued

School of Journalism Places First in Hearst Intercollegiate Broadcast Competition

Often referred to as “the Pulitzer of college journalism,” the Hearst Journalism Awards Program is open to 106 member universities of the Association of Schools of Journalism and Mass Communication with accredited undergraduate journalism programs and offers up to $500,000 in awards. The Award Recognizes High Rankings in the Television Broadcast News, Television Broadcast Features, … Continued

NewsPro Names Kent Collins as a ‘Journalism Educator Who Made the Grade’

He Is Cited for Helping “the School Maintain the Right Balance Between the Academic and Professional Worlds of Journalism” By Yue Tang Columbia, Mo. (Jan. 25, 2017) — Kent Collins, chair of the radio-television journalism faculty at the Missouri School of Journalism, is listed as one of “10 Journalism Educators Who Made the Grade” by … Continued

Kristen Reesor Wins Radio Television Digital News Foundation Scholarship

Student Kristen Reesor is the 2016 winner of the Mike Reynolds Scholarship awarded by the Radio Television Digital News Foundation. The $1,000 Mike Reynolds Scholarship Award Will Help Offset College Expenses Columbia, Mo. (Jan. 3, 2017) — Radio-television journalism student Kristen Reesor is the 2016 winner of the Mike Reynolds Scholarship awarded by the Radio … Continued

Fall 2016 @Mizzou: Producing a Morning Show Means Adopting a Nocturnal Lifestyle

By Jillian Mullin Columbia, Mo. (Dec. 16, 2016) — While other University of Missouri students are tucking in for the night at 11 p.m., sophomore radio-television producing student Mike Carlson rolls into KOMU-TV to work on the station’s morning show as a student producer. Carlson individually sought out opportunities at KOMU and has been working … Continued

Fall 2016 @Mizzou: Preparing for the Newscast

By JoEllen Grohs Columbia, Mo. (Dec. 15, 2016) — Radio-television journalism senior Lauren Barnas finishes her makeup and practices her script before going live on KOMU-TV for an October newscast. Barnas anchors and films stories for the Target 8 investigative team. The team is part of an advanced broadcast reporting class taught by Assistant Professor … Continued

Fall 2016 @Mizzou: Convergence Students Learn How to Produce Multimedia Stories

By Alex Gnibus Columbia, Mo. (Dec. 8, 2016) — Hannah Sandfeld, a junior studying convergence TV reporting, tracks down sources for her multimedia package on a proposal to increase taxes on tobacco products in Missouri. Every other week in her Convergence Reporting class, Sandfeld and her teammates execute a complete package from start to finish, … Continued

MU J-Student Studies in Media Capital of the World

By Emily Peters, Anna Pardee and Allena Lawrence Columbia, Mo. (Nov. 15, 2020) — Strategic communication senior Natalie Dupin is learning what it’s like to work behind the scenes at one of the top syndicated TV shows this semester. Each day she makes her way to the ABC Television Center East on the Upper West … Continued