Missouri Journalism Students Learn Radio Skills at Nation’s No. 4 NPR-Member Station

KBIA-FM Recently Ranked as One of the Most Listened-to Public Radio Stations in the U.S. By Gwen Girsdansky Columbia, Mo. (Sept. 30, 2013) — The hour-to-hour coverage at KBIA-FM might include a 21-year-old Missouri School of Journalism student at Columbia’s city hall producing interviews and a story about how the police department is reacting to … Continued

KBIA-FM Among Select NPR Stations to Participate in Knight Foundation’s National Training Program

Students to Benefit with New Web-based Skills and Digital Techniques By Gwendolyn Girsdansky Master’s Student Columbia, Mo. (March 4, 2013) — KBIA-91.3 FM is one of 10 NPR-member stations selected to participate in an 11-week intensive training program sponsored by the Knight Foundation, and Missouri School of Journalism students are already benefiting from the instruction. … Continued

Jessica Reese Places in Top 10 of Hearst Radio News and Features Competition

Her Winning Entry Focused on Women’s Issues and Politics Columbia, Mo. (Jan. 14, 2013) — Missouri School of Journalism senior Jessica Reese placed in the top 10 of the Radio News and Features Competition and Television Features Competition in the  William Randolph Hearst Foundation‘s Journalism Awards Program. Reese’s entry competed against 45 others to earn ninth … Continued

Missouri School of Journalism Sports Reporters Cover the Tigers Inaugural SEC Season

New Season. New Conference. New Approach. By Celia Darrough Master’s Student Columbia, Mo. (Sept. 6, 2012) — Student reporters of the Missouri School of Journalism publications are gearing up to cover the Southeastern Conference this football season. With the Columbia Missourian, KOMU-TV and KBIA Sports put together, fans can expect to see articles, photos, videos … Continued

RTDNA Honors School’s Faculty, Students with Four Regional Murrow Awards for Excellence in Electronic Journalism

By Lauren Walsh Master’s Student Columbia, Mo. (April 19, 2010) — Work produced by Missouri School of Journalism faculty and students has won four 2010 Regional Edward R. Murrow Awards from the Radio-Television Digital News Association (RTDNA) for excellence in electronic journalism. KBIA-FM, an NPR-member station, won three of the awards. Master’s student Casey Phillips took … Continued

Kyle Stokes Earns a National Mark of Excellence Award from the Society of Professional Journalists

By Joan Niesen Master’s Student Columbia, Mo. (Aug. 19, 2009) — Kyle Stokes, a junior in the convergence journalism program at the Missouri School of Journalism, will receive a 2008 national Mark of Excellence Award at the Society of Professional Journalists‘ upcoming convention. The award program strives to identify and honor young journalists and their … Continued

Sara Shahriari Wins $12,000 O.O. McIntyre Fellowship

Master’s Student Will Document the Land Reform Process in Bolivia Columbia, Mo. (May 13, 2009) — Sara Shahriari, a graduate student in the Missouri School of Journalism, has won the 2009 O.O. McIntyre Fellowship award. Shahriari will use the award in the fall of 2009 to document the land reform process in Bolivia. Bolivian President … Continued