• 2019 Annual Convention
    2019 Annual Convention
  • 2019 Missouri Photojournalism Hall of Fame
    2019 Missouri Photojournalism Hall of Fame
  • 2019 Hall of Fame inductees
    2019 Hall of Fame inductees
    This year’s inductees are the late Thomas Benton White, founder and publisher of The Benton County Enterprise; the late Frank Stufflebam, editor and publisher of the Bolivar Herald; former MPA President Phil and Kathy Conger, owners and publishers of the Bethany Republican-Clipper; and Carol Stark, long-time editor of the Joplin Globe and former MPA president.
  • 2019 Porter Fisher Golf Classic
    2019 Porter Fisher Golf Classic
  • 2019 Day at the Capitol
    2019 Day at the Capitol
  • 2019 MAMA Awards Banquet
    2019 MAMA Awards Banquet

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Missouri Press is comprised of three branches:  Association, Foundation and Service.  Each of these entities serve a unique purpose, however, all work in conjunction with one another to serve our members and interests of newspapers in Missouri.

Missouri Press Association was founded on May 16, 1867, by Missouri editors and publishers to serve its member newspapers.  The Association works to preserve the history of the newspaper industry in Missouri and lobbies in Jefferson City to preserve its future.

Missouri Press Service, Inc. was created in 1954. MPS is your representative for Missouri newspaper advertising. MPS can help you place advertising such as display ads, classified ads, inserts and online ads in any number or combination of newspapers and newspapers websites. We’ll help you develop the list and, if needed, we’ll even produce your ad. 

Missouri Press Foundation is a tax-exempt, 501(c)(3)non-profit corporation formed in 1984 by Missouri Press Association. Foundation activities include providing journalism scholarships, conducting educational seminars, giving journalism merit awards, coordinating Newspapers In Education programs, collecting and preserving historical printing equipment, operating museums, and other activities deemed appropriate by its Board of Directors.

Newspapers are important employers in over 230 Missouri cities and towns.  Newspapers play a key role in communities, keeping local citizens informed, stimulating local retail business and fostering economic development. If a community loses its local newspaper, what institution will next be lost … the school, the bank, the hospital or possibly your favorite local restaurant or retail store?  Newspapers and the free flow of information are essential for a progressive Missouri.

      

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The Missouri Press Advertising and Marketing Executives have announced their agenda and you won’t want to miss it! Register

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Newspaper subscribers are often seen as leaders in the community, well-informed about the issues that affect everyone. Help potential

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Get your entries ready for this year’s contests

The time to enter Missouri Press’ contests is now! The templates for both the Best Ad Contest and Better

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