By George Roberson | April 24, 2015
The $1 million estate gift comes from alum Timothy Blair.
By Taylor Blatchford | April 14, 2015
“It’s a great university with a fantastic school of journalism and wonderful people, and I can’t wait to get there and become part of that culture and do good work,” he said.
By Covey Eonyak Son | April 2, 2015
The former LSU administrator will start at MU on July 1 with a base salary of $240,000.
By Olivia Liu | March 12, 2015
“Frame by Frame” will be premiering at SXSW in Austin, Texas on March 15.
By MacKenzie Reagan | March 3, 2015
MOVE chats with the mag’s CEO (and former MOVE editor) about “Drink Up to Startups!” at Muse Clothing, slated for March 6.
By Esther Seawell | Feb. 26, 2015
Wasbotten said he admires the ‘Missouri Method,’ but believes more could be added to make the J-School even better.
By Hailey Stolze | Feb. 18, 2015
Kurpius brings administrative experience from the LSU Manship School of Mass Communications.
By Dun Li | Feb. 13, 2015
Duhé is currently director and professor at Loyola University’s School of Mass Communication.
By Ruth Serven | Feb. 11, 2015
Students will soon be allowed to count up to four additional journalism electives for their degree.
By Sean Na | Feb. 10, 2015
French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo’s building was attacked on Jan. 7.
By Stevie Myers | Sept. 9, 2014
Steffens, who earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from Indiana in 1978, is one of six journalism alumni to receive the award this year.
By Clarissa Buch | Sept. 2, 2014
“Blood Sport” was released in July and has received positive reviews from media outlets like The Washington Post.
By MacKenzie Reagan | July 29, 2014
MU alumnae create longform magazine highlighting female voices
By MacKenzie Reagan | June 13, 2014
Pssst! Want a sneak peek of cool stuff going on at MOVE? Of course you do. In an effort to incorporate more longform features in MOVE, we’re starting a new series called #MOVEgoeslong. And who better to profile for our very first edition than the ladies of The Riveter ...
By Erica Braham | June 3, 2014
Zahra Rasool will use the award to aid in the empowerment of women across India through documenting various stories.
By Daniela Sirtori Cortina | April 29, 2014
Stroth and Cardwell have had different pasts with photojournalism.
By Renee Schilb | Feb. 25, 2014
The publication’s retired editor-in-chief will speak at Memorial Union on Tuesday.
By Lauren Rutherford | May 3, 2013
The award is given to an individual who demonstrates exemplary work in scholastic journalism.
Posted to On Campus by Jimmy Hibsch on June 29, 2011 at 9:42 a.m.
The Agricultural Journalism Program has changed its name to the Science and Agricultural Journalism Program. This is to reflect the new focus areas within the program, which are Food and Wine, Science and Conservation and Environmental Science. New tracks within Agricultural Marketing and Agricultural Science are also available.
By Sammie Hill | May 12, 2011
Media Moguls won the competition competition.
By Dani Kass | May 6, 2011
Reporters without Borders held a protest outside the Syrian embassy in Paris.
By Caitlin Swieca | March 21, 2011
The capstone team includes students from each journalism sequence.
By Allison Prang | March 8, 2011
Publisher and editor Henry Waters III said he is pleased with the move.
By Allison Prang | Feb. 1, 2011
J.School Buzz provides outlet for news and student opinions on the J school.
By Brandon Foster | Feb. 1, 2011
The J School hosts a semester-long film series every Thursday.
By Allison Prang | Jan. 21, 2011
SPJ Adviser Charles Davis disagrees with the group's decision to retire the award.
Posted to On Campus by Allison Prang on Jan. 12, 2011 at 12:21 a.m.
According to an e-mail sent over the journalism student listserv, Phou Sengsavanh, assistant director of the School of Journalism's Career Services, resigned Dec. 14, effective Jan. 1. “Phousavanh Sengsavanh, who ran our Career Services office, resigned unexpectedly on Dec. 14 and no longer works at the School of Journalism ...
City, State and Nation : KOMU, Mediacom fail to reach agreement
Posted to City, State and Nation by Jimmy Hibsch on Jan. 3, 2011 at 11:36 p.m.
After extending the deadline for three days, it appears KOMU will be dropped from Mediacom's services at midnight Jan. 4, the KOMU station said on Monday's 5 p.m. broadcast. The two have been negotiating a contract since July, and the deadline was Monday at midnight. During the ...
By Allison Prang | Dec. 29, 2010
Students can earn a Master's in journalism and public health beginning in Spring 2011.
By Allison Prang | Dec. 13, 2010
The new university policy bars professors from instructing students to request public information from Texas A&M.
By Jade Earle | Dec. 3, 2010
The legality of the release is at the heart of the debate.
By Marie Mandelberg | Nov. 30, 2010
The organization works to connect members and expand professional opportunities.
By Allison Prang | Nov. 30, 2010
Users will be limited to 10 free local news stories per month.
By Teddy Nykiel | Oct. 29, 2010
Journalism students attended master classes presented by honor medalists.
By Ryan Schuessler | Sept. 28, 2010
I have a question (and, no, it isn’t “do you want to have a slumber party in my basement?”). Where has the dignity of our professional news agencies gone? The other day, I was watching an NBC interview with President Ahmadinejad of Iran. And, even though he’s off ...
By Jimmy Hibsch | July 7, 2010
The conferences concern the transition to digital journalism.
Politics Watch: Federal Trade Commission discusses journalism industry changes
Posted to Politics Watch by Jimmy Hibsch on June 14, 2010 at 5:11 p.m.
The Federal Trade Commission will hold its third and final workshop Tuesday in an attempt to determine the fate of the journalism industry. In May 2009, the FTC began a project targeting the challenges the journalism industry is currently facing, aiming to reinvent the industry altogether. On May 24, the ...