Intensive Career Workshop Prepares Radio-TV Students for Interviews and Job Searches

Sessions Focused on Application Strategies, Creating Resume Reels and Handling Pay Negotiation By Caroline Murray Columbia, Mo. (Feb. 20, 2014) — Expert faculty members provided students with tips on effective job searching at a workshop hosted by the Radio Television Digital News Association (RTDNA) on Feb. 16. The “Get Me Hired” workshop, held at the … Continued

Alumni Win First Place in China Academy Awards for Documentary Film

The ‘Best Foreign Language Film’ Awarded for Film on Tornado Response by The Joplin (Mo.) Globe Beijing (Jan. 14, 2014) — The China Academy Awards for Documentary Film has awarded first place in the Best Foreign Language Film category for “Deadline in Disaster,” the story produced about The Joplin (Mo.) Globe‘s response to a violent … Continued

Missouri School of Journalism Students Are Top Winners in National Hearst TV News Competition

Brynne Whittaker Takes Fourth, Qualifies for Semi-Finals; Matt Evans Places Ninth San Francisco (Dec. 19, 2013) — Brynne Whittaker and Matt Evans are top winners in the Television News competition of the 54th annual Journalism Awards Program sponsored by the William Randolph Hearst Foundation. Both are radio-television journalism majors at the Missouri School of Journalism. … Continued

In-depth Features by Missouri School of Journalism Student Wins First Place in Hearst Radio News and Features Competition

Lukas Udstuen Receives $2,600 Award for His Top Entry in the National Contest San Francisco (Dec. 19, 2013) — Two in-depth radio features by Lukas Udstuen have won first place in the 54th annual Journalism Awards Program‘s Radio News and Features competition sponsored by the William Randolph Hearst Foundation. He receives a $2,600 award for … Continued

Bridgit Bowden and Lukas Udstuen Win the Dean’s Award for Radio News and Features

Missouri Journalism Students Submit 22 Entries to This Category of the Mastering the Method Contest Columbia, Mo. (Dec. 10, 2013) — Stories about veteran programs, demographic shifts in Missouri, education and country line dancing are the winners of the Dean’s Award for radio news and features in the Mastering the Method contest. The work of … Continued

12 Missouri Journalism Alumni Honored with Mid-America Emmy Awards

Winners Include a Recent Graduate for a Story He Produced as a Student Columbia, Mo. (Oct. 21, 2013) — Twelve Missouri School of Journalism alumni were among those who received one of television’s highest honors during the 37th annual Mid-America Emmy Awards ceremony Oct. 5 in St. Louis. Stacey Woelfel, associate professor and news director … Continued

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