’22 Legislative Reports: 2022 Session Concludes, Governor Now Must Take Action

The 2022 Missouri General Assembly adjourned its regular session on Friday, May 13. Per the state’s Constitution, the session will…

Show-Me Press Regional Meeting Agenda Announced | June 24 | Hermann

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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 mopublicnotices.com for…

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NewzGroup, the company Missouri Press Service and Association works with for digital tear sheets, is no longer accepting print copies…

Missouri Press Advertising and Marketing Executives Wants Your Feedback!

MPAME wants your feedback, input, thoughts Missouri Press Advertising and Marketing Executives is looking for feedback from ALL Missouri Press…

Two Outstanding Young Journalists to be honored

Reporters for The Northeast News in Kansas City and the Jefferson City News Tribune have been selected to receive the…

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?…

’22 Legislative Reports: Week 17: Senate, House on Fast Pace as End of Session Nears

The Constitutional deadline for approving the new state budget is 6 p.m. Friday, May 6. This week the Senate attacked…

’22 Legislative Reports: Week 16: Short Week, Budget Moving, Omnibus Bills on the Horizon

The Easter Holiday, observed Monday, resulted in less than three days of House and Senate activity before adjournment on Thursday.…

’22 Legislative Reports: Week 15: Budget Work Continues in House, Senate

The House of Representatives has completed its work on the supplemental budget (House Bill 3015), the FY 23 budget bills…

’22 Legislative Reports: Week 14: Budget Bills Move from House to the Senate

The House of Representatives ran two marathons this week. On Tuesday, members spent more than nine hours into the early…

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 —…

’22 Legislative Reports: Week 13: Still No Congressional Redistricting Map

When most weeks are marked with what gets done in the General Assembly, this week is noted as what didn’t…

’22 Legislative Reports: Week 12: House Proceeds, Senate Filibusters

The Missouri General Assembly returned on Monday to Jefferson City after a week of Spring Break. The House of Representatives…

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…

’22 Legislative Reports: Week 10: Busy Week in House; Senate Distracted

The Missouri House of Representatives third read and passed 19 bills Thursday morning, sending the bills to the Senate, before…

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 be…

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Don’t Miss Out on the 2022 Missouri Press Advertising and Marketing Executives Meeting!  We have a packed agenda that will benefit…

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 have…

Celebrate International Women’s Day with New First Ladies Features

Today is International Women’s Day. Celebrate by downloading the new features in the First Ladies series. Stories about Hillary Clinton…

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…

’22 Legislative Reports: Week 9: Busy Week in both House and Senate

This week was a busy one in the state capitol. Both the House of Representatives and the Senate conducted a…

Rural Missouri Newspaper Scholarship winners announced

The scholarship recipients were announced during Missouri Press Association’s 32nd Annual Day at the Capitol in Jefferson City, March 3…

President’s Column: Our state’s Sunshine Law helps everyone see clearly

It’s been almost 50 years since the Freedom of Information Act was passed by Congress and Missouri followed suit with…

Meet MPA’s Directors: Lucas Presson

With more than 200 newspapers represented in Missouri Press’ membership from every corner of the state, it is important that…

Meet MPA’s Directors: Marion Jordon

With more than 200 newspapers represented in Missouri Press’ membership from every corner of the state, it is important that…

’22 Legislative Reports: Week 8: Supplemental Budget Passed and Signed

Unlike the past few weeks, leadership of the Senate and the House of Representatives elected to continue working despite ice…

Opinion: Proposed legislation would gut Sunshine Law

By Dennis Ellsworth Executive Director, Missouri Sunshine Coalition It has been almost 50 years since the original Missouri Sunshine Law…

’22 Legislative Reports: Week 7: Winter Weather Shortens Week, Budget Debate Next

Winter weather caused the General Assembly to cancel Thursday’s session. Both the Senate and the House previously planned to observe…