Tag: Missouri Method
We invited freshmen with no journalism experience into our ‘Get in the Game’ initiative Through the Missouri Method, we give students the opportunity to work in real-world newsroom environments. Meanwhile, our One Newsroom outlets are competing for eyeballs in the communities of mid-Missouri. And, like newspapers, magazines and television and radio stations all over the … Continued
KOMU News is the nation’s only teaching laboratory inside a commercial, network-affiliated TV station. The challenges are no different from other newsrooms—just layered on top of the challenges facing the next generation of journalists. We’re providing a first-hand view (and maybe a little advice) from an industry veteran who agreed to lead the KOMU Newsroom during a faculty search process—just as the COVID-19 crisis began unfolding.
“Pictures of the Year: 75 Years of the World’s Best Photography,” an exclusive groundbreaking photography exhibit featuring seven decades of award-winning images from the archives of Pictures of the Year International, will be unveiled Friday, April 6, 2018, at the Newseum in Washington, D.C. The images depict the people and events that have defined our … Continued
In the early days of computing, we used a phrase, “save early, save often.” Today’s digital content creators have more opportunities and more ways to save, but often forget this critical step.
To keep content from being lost forever, our students and faculty need to learn best practices.
I’m proud that our librarians, Ed McCain and Dorothy Carner, are launching an easy set of steps for digital storage. JAM — Journalism Archives Management — will set students and faculty on a path to preserving content long after it has been created.
— Linda Kraxberger, Associate Dean for Undergraduate Studies, Missouri School of Journalism