The Journalism School’s KOMU-TV expands its reach by launching app on Roku

The commercial television station and NBC affiliate shares tips and insights for launching. By Jennifer Nelson Columbia, Mo. (June 29, 2020) — As they seek to expand their audience reach and capabilities, staff at Missouri School of Journalism’s KOMU-TV, an NBC affiliate in Columbia, Missouri, announces the station’s presence on the streaming platform Roku. With … Continued

KBIA-FM, KOMU-TV win 12 awards from Missouri Broadcasters Association

Columbia, Mo. (April 22, 2020) — KOMU-TV was honored with five first-place awards from the Missouri Broadcasters Association on April 21. In addition, both KOMU and KBIA-FM received a total of seven certificates of merit. MBA posted the results online since its convention and awards banquet in June was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. … 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

KOMU-TV Wins Nine Honors at the Kansas City Press Club Heart of America Awards

Columbia, Mo. (June 18, 2012) — KOMU-TV, the premiere training ground for television reporters and producers at the Missouri School of Journalism, took home an impressive number of awards – 9 in total – from the Kansas City Press Club Heart of America Awards ceremony held earlier this month. KOMU is affiliated with both NBC … Continued

Two Radio-TV Journalism Students Place Second and Fourth in Hearst Journalism Awards Program

Blake Hanson and David Wietlispach Will Receive Scholarships for Their Wins Columbia, Mo. (March 16, 2012) — Missouri School of Journalism seniors Blake Hanson and David Wietlispach placed second and fourth, respectively, in the second television competition for the Hearst Journalism Awards Program. Hanson will receive a $2,000 scholarship for his top placement; Wietlispach, $1,000. … Continued

Master’s Student Brian Johnson Awarded David Kaplan Memorial Fellowship

He Will Intern at the ABC News Washington Bureau in Spring 2012 By Nathan Allen Master’s Student Columbia, Mo. (Nov. 17, 2011) — Brian Johnson, a master’s student at the Missouri School of Journalism, has been awarded the David Kaplan Memorial Fellowship, which will provide him with a spring internship at the ABC News Washington … Continued

Two Students, Alumnus Receive Awards at Regional Emmy Presentation

By Nathan Allen Master’s Student Columbia, Mo. (Nov. 4, 2010) — Two radio-television journalism students and an alumnus won awards at the recent 2010 Mid-America Emmy Gala. Senior Alex Rozier won the student production-news category Emmy. Sophomore Alexandria Belcher was awarded the $1,500 Walter Cronkite Mid-America Scholarship. The Mid-America chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and … Continued

Missouri Journalism Student Travels to Guatemala as Winner of International YouTube/Pulitzer Center Contest

By Amy Brachmann Master’s Student Columbia, Mo. (Oct. 6, 2010) — Radio-television journalism senior Alex Rozier recently was named the grand prize winner in the “Project: Report” contest sponsored by YouTube and the Pulitzer Center. He won a $10,000 grant for an international reporting project, which he used for travel to Guatemala in September. The … 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