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Other outlets cover Missourian financial woes

Thursday, September 11, 2008 | 12:14 a.m. CDT; updated 9:55 a.m. CDT, Thursday, September 11, 2008

COLUMBIA — Although this year has seen MU's School of Journalism celebrating its centennial, it has also brought about economic pressures that have caused the school's administration to rethink its operation of the Columbia Missourian. The following are links to other news outlets and their coverage of the issues the Missourian is dealing with and how it may change in the future.

Sept. 10, 2008, St. Louis Beacon, Dateline, Tomorrow: MU's "J school" celebrates 100 years, looks to a less turbulent future

Sept. 10, 2008, KBIA, Future of Missourian still unclear

Sept. 9, 2008, The Maneater, Missourian runs into budget problems

Sept. 8, 2008, Arkansas Business, Wehco looks to partner with Mizzou newspaper

Aug. 28, 2008, NPR, Newspaper's woes hit journalists' training ground

June 18, 2008. Columbia Daily Tribune. Missourian mulls return to solvency


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