Journalistic Principles Can Survive and Thrive in Digital Environment

Hurley Symposium to Present Results of Yearlong Research Project Columbia, Mo. (Sept. 25, 2007) — It’s the question that is on the minds of many editors and reporters these days: How can we ensure that the most important journalistic principles survive this time of fast-paced change? Some insights into how these values can make the … Continued

Missouri Researchers Present 47 Papers, Panel Discussions at Leading Academic Conference

Columbia, Mo. (Aug. 30, 2007) — Missouri Journalism graduate students and professors showcased their scholarly work in 47 paper presentations and panel discussions at the 2007 meeting of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, which took place August 8-12 in Washington, D.C. Presenting to 14 of AEJMC’s academic divisions and numerous interest … Continued

Center on Religion and the Professions Debuts New Name

Missouri School of Journalism Affiliate Leads Research on Coverage of Religion By Amy White Center on Religion & the Professions Columbia, Mo. (Aug. 30, 2007) — A new name will kick off the new school year for the Center on Religion & the Professions, an affiliate of the Missouri School of Journalism and the Donald … Continued

Missouri Journalism Professor Releases Sixth Edition of Media Ethics Textbook

Columbia, Mo. (Aug. 27, 2007) — Terrorism. War. Corporate scandal. Media consolidation. These 21st-century headlines have become the subject matter of the newly released sixth edition of Media Ethics: Issues and Cases, authored by Lee Wilkins, a professor at the Missouri School of Journalism, and Philip Patterson, of Oklahoma Christian University. Within a month of … Continued

‘Less is More’ Online

Journalism Researchers Find that Fewer Choices May Lead to Better Recognition of Material By Katherine Kostiuk MU News Bureau Columbia, Mo. (July 12, 2007) — Researchers at the University of Missouri-Columbia have found that less is more when it comes to online content. In a study that examined responses to pictures viewed online, the researchers … Continued