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Missouri Press Association

NIE 2020-2021 Calendar

NIE 2020-2021 Calendar has been posted. Please take a few moments to see what we’re offering in the coming months and remember to watch this space for updates.

Missouri Press Association announces 2020 Hall of Fame inductees

A group of three newspaper people, which includes a former Missouri Press Association president, has been announced as the 2020 Newspaper Hall of Fame class, however their actual induction into the Hall of Fame will be delayed until the 2021 Annual Convention and Trade Show at The Elms Hotel in Excelsior Springs. Established by MPA

Relevance Project partners with Metro Creative for new newspaper ad campaign

The Relevance Project has announced an ongoing partnership with Metro Creative Graphics, Inc., the leading source of creative materials for advertising and news content for the newspaper media industry. The first initiative of this collaboration is the roll-out of the “All Together Now” campaign centered on business recovery and reopening amid the COVID-19 pandemic and

Plans for 2020 Convention and Trade Show Announced! Sept. 24-26 | Capitol Plaza Hotel, Jefferson City

YES, we are moving forward with plans to hold the 154th Annual Missouri Press Association Convention and Trade Show! Check out the tentative agenda and new registration structure. Fill out my online form. var mpx1ffq0n0tqqe;(function(d, t) { var s = d.createElement(t), options = { ‘userName’ : ‘mopress’, ‘formHash’ : ‘mpx1ffq0n0tqqe’, ‘autoResize’ : true, ‘height’ :

Better Newspaper Contest Results Released! Make Plans Now to Attend Awards Luncheon on Sept. 26

The 2020 Missouri Better Newspaper Contest results were recently released. Notifications were sent to the email address on fill when your newspaper entered the contest on BetterNewspaperContest.com. If your newspaper entered, but did not receive notification, please contact Kristie Fortier at kfortier@mopress.com and your results will be sent quickly. Make plans now to attend the

Show-Me Press Association Zoom Event to Feature COVID-19 Information

SHOW-ME THE FUTURE! Brought to you By Show-Me Press Association Please join us on June 17-19 for this FREE special Zoom event! See full schedule and registration information Printable Schedule -SCHEDULE- Wednesday, June 17 Sessions start at 2 p.m. Session 1: Missouri Community Information Needs Project Presenters: Madison Conte and Ty Stewart, Managing Editors. See

2020 Better Newspaper Contest entry fees reduced, deadline extended

Entry fees for Missouri Better Newspaper Contest reduced! Deadline Extended to April 17 With everything going on, Missouri Press knows you have A LOT on your plate while you juggle covering your community, keeping your employees safe and looking for new revenue opportunities. The 2020 Missouri Press Foundation Better Newspaper Contest deadline was previously extended

Advertising ideas to help your newspaper and community

Newspapers have your back America’s Newspapers offers free marketing campaign to newspapers promoting subscriptions — in print or digital “Newspapers have your back,” reads a new marketing campaign being rolled out by America’s Newspapers.  “We are grateful for those who have our back in this important time.” Newspapers can download this series of print and

Newspaper Resources for the COVID-19 Pandemic

Missouri Press Association is collecting resources we think will be useful to you in these trying times. Google announces Journalism Relief Fund Local news is a vital resource for keeping people and communities connected in the best of times. Today, it plays an even greater function in reporting on local lockdowns or shelter at home

Tips for continuing to cover the news in the coronavirus pandemic

From Ruby Bailey Missourian Executive Editor, Missouri Community Newspaper Management Chair, and MPA Director As confirmed cases of COVID-19 increased, it became clear that the best thing the Columbia Missourian could do for our faculty editors, staffers and our community was to adhere immediately and aggressively to Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) protocols

132 Organizations Sign Statement on Government Coronavirus Emergency Transparency and Public Access

Statement on Government Coronavirus Emergency Transparency, Access As state, tribal and local governments across the United States take measures to respond to the COVID-19 epidemic, executive orders and legislative proposals are calling for the suspension of normal operating procedures including, at times, compliance with open-meeting and public-records laws. We strongly urge government branches and agencies

First Amendment Golf Tournament | June 11 | The Cove at Lodge of Four Seasons

REGISTER TODAY! This year’s 35th annual tournament will take place on Thursday June 11, 2020 at the Lake of the Ozark’s Lodge of the Four Season’s beautiful and picturesque Cove Golf Course. This is a family-friendly event that all levels of golfer can enjoy – from beginner to pro. Food and beverage will be provided

Newspaper subscribers form the backbone of democracy

Newspaper subscribers are often seen as leaders in the community, well-informed about the issues that affect everyone. Help potential readers feel empowered by encouraging them to become subscribers to their local newspaper. The community will be better because of it.