KBIA 91.3 FM
Mid-Missouri’s NPR-member station.
KBIA-FM, part of the School’s Missouri News Network, is now on the air at 91.3 FM in mid-Missouri and 89.7 FM in Kirksville, and streaming online worldwide, seven days a week, 24 hours a day to its listeners and members. It is a University-licensed, community-supported not-for-profit institution.
Students produce stories with audio, video and text for the website while also producing traditional radio newscasts and long-form stories. KBIA carries programming from NPR, Public Radio International and other providers.
The station serves a 70-mile listening area, which includes more than 30,000 listeners in 14 counties. The station is owned by the University of Missouri and is one of the most successful public radio stations in the nation.
Missouri News Network
The Missouri News Network encompasses the Missouri School of Journalism’s professional news organizations: KBIA-FM, KOMU-TV, The Columbia Missourian, Vox Magazine, Missouri Business Alert and coverage from the School’s Statehouse Reporting Program. Reflecting the realities of the modern newsrooms the School’s journalists-in-training are preparing to enter, students and leadership from each of these outlets work together to plan stories and put each outlet’s strengths and resources to use across platforms. The network delivers news coverage to people in Mid-Missouri and throughout the state, offering relevant and meaningful journalism that helps audiences stay engaged with their local communities.