Radio Television Digital News Association Awards Scholarships to 2 Missouri Students

Jenna Middaugh and Zack Newman Will Each Receive $1,000 Washington (Dec. 16, 2015) — The Radio Television Digital News Association has awarded scholarships to two Missouri School of Journalism students. Both report for KOMU-TV, the only university-owned commercial TV station in the U.S. that uses its newsroom as a working lab for students. Radio-TV journalism … Continued

NPR, Associated Press Pick Up KOMU-TV Story

Missouri Journalism Student’s Report About Spilled Nails Captures National Attention Columbia, Mo. (Oct. 28, 2015) — A KOMU-TV story by Missouri School of Journalism student Chris Gothner was the lead story of the 7:30 a.m., Tuesday, Oct. 27, edition of Morning Edition on NPR. The Associated Press and CNN were among other news outlets that … Continued

Blind Journalism Student Brings Mizzou Sports Alive on Radio

By Bill Althaus Posted July 17, 2015, at Republished by permission. Columbia, Mo. (July 20, 2015) — Blake Tarrants has never seen a sporting event on the University of Missouri campus. Yet the sophomore is an award-winning member of a broadcast team that keeps everyone in Columbia, Missouri, up to date on all Tiger … Continued

KBIA-FM Wins SPJ Sigma Delta Chi Award for Radio Documentary

The Yearlong Project Examines Life in Heartland, an Intentional Christian Community in Northeast Missouri By Rebecca Dell Columbia, Mo. (April 23, 2015) — KBIA-FM will receive its first Sigma Delta Chi Award from the Society of Professional Journalists. The program honors the best professional U.S. journalism in print, radio, television, newsletters, art/graphics, online and research … Continued

Broadcast Category Winners of Mastering the Method Contest Announced

Shay McAlister and Shale Remien Each Win $100 for Their Outstanding Work Columbia, Mo. (April 10, 2015) — Missouri School of Journalism students Shay McAlister and Shale Remien have been named the winners of this year’s Mastering the Method contest in the broadcast category. Each student submitted three stories. Remien, a senior, was recognized for … Continued

CNBC Introduces the Launch of the 2015 CNBC Summer Fellowship Program

Summer Fellowship Open to Students of Hampton University, the Missouri School of Journalism and New York University Englewood Cliffs, N.J. (Feb. 11, 2015) — CNBC, first in business worldwide, today announced the introduction of the CNBC Summer Fellowship Program in partnership with Hampton University’s Scripps Howard School of Journalism and Communications, the Missouri School of … Continued

Katie Hogsett, Lauren Kastner Win Dean’s Award for Multimedia Features

Videos Tell Stories of Activism and Hope for Change in the Wake of Ferguson By Rebecca Dell Columbia, Mo. (Feb. 3, 2015) — Katie Hogsett and Lauren Kastner won the Dean’s Award in the Multimedia Features category of the Missouri School of Journalism’s Mastering the Method contest for their videos following the police killing of … Continued

Radio Features by Hope Kirwan Place Tenth in National Hearst Competition

Kirwan’s Stories Explore Public Health and Safety Issues San Francisco (Jan. 27, 2015) — Two of senior Hope Kirwan’s health and safety radio features earned her tenth place in the 55th annual Hearst Journalism Awards Program. This year’s Radio News & Features category had a record number of entries – 58 – from 35 schools. … Continued

Senior Tyler Greever Places in Top 10 in Hearst TV Features Competition

His Stories Were Selected from 76 Entrants from 44 Schools Columbia, Mo. (Jan. 9, 2015) — Tyler Greever is a top 10 winner in the 2014-15 William Randolph Hearst Foundation television broadcast features competition. His entry was selected from 76 entrants from 44 schools. Greever is a senior studying radio-television journalism at the Missouri School … Continued

Tyler Greever and Hannah Battah Win Dean’s Award for TV Features

The Mastering the Method Contest Recognizes the Best Work of Undergraduates By Rebecca Dell Columbia, Mo. (Dec. 3, 2014) — A cheerleader with Down Syndrome, a community remembering a fatal plane crash, a football player who lost his mom to cancer and a new school building opening where a tornado once destroyed: The stories of … Continued