Category: Resources

New Ads Promote Importance of Printed Public Notices

Missouri newspapers continue their efforts to ensure public notices remain in printed publications, as well as online at

How to build a better J-school

By Barbara Allen Poynter Journalism Institute What would you do if you were in charge of a new journalism school? Emphasize diversity,

Learn about job candidates’ diverse experiences and views

By Joy Mayer Trusting News Who we are as humans influences how we go about our work as journalists — what

Sincerely, Leaders of Color: There is no pipeline problem

Instead, a problem exists in how the industry treats historically marginalized journalists in the hiring process. Commitments, Not Predictions: As we start

Special editorial cartoon available for Sunshine Week, through March 19

(Click the image above to access the full-size cartoon.) A special editorial cartoon that has been made available to Missouri

How are you planning to celebrate Sunshine Week?

Sunshine Week was launched in 2005 and has grown into an enduring initiative to promote open government. Sunshine Week will

The power of minimal interventions to lower barriers to journalism

A Google Map image demonstrates the journey between KOMU-8’s TV station and Mizzou’s campus. Often, the assumption that reporters

Supporting the Well-Being of Your Underrepresented Employees

By Chris Michalak and Marlette Jackson For Harvard Business Review Many business leaders have made it clear that employee health is

What might journalism learn from ‘bridging’?

By Kevin Loker American Press Institute In recent years, the number of nonprofits and initiatives that could be categorized under a

Medill Survey Respondents Say Their News Organizations Are Increasing Diversity Efforts

By Greg Burns Local News Initiative More than a year after social-justice protests called attention to the lack of diversity in

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