This week, the Missourian and Vox launched Kachingle, a "crowdfunding" effort to support good journalism.
Jim Terry, an art history professor in the liberal arts department at Stephens College, is again the winner of the Show Me the Errors contest. He has been the winner of the contest for three of the four months since the contest started in October.
Join the Missourian editors in the debate to decide if this week's snowstorm was historic or historical. Or both?
DEAR READER: In reporting the snowstorm, the first question should be whether the coffee will hold out
When winter weather comes, the news — and the newsroom — must go on.
Look for new and exciting changes to MU's Global Journalist — in print, on air and online. Its new mindset includes a commitment to community and conversation that's convenient for all users.
What ever happened to that Missourian columnist whose byline you came to recognize? Here's a look at what some of the Columbia Missourian's seasoned staff are doing now.
Covering the KOMU-Mediacom negotiations requires reporting skills, regardless of whether the reporter is a student or a professional.
The battle between Mediacom and KOMU comes down to money.
Entries in the Show Me the Errors contest for December dropped off sharply after the two leaders. Overall, there were 154 reported errors — mostly typos and erroneous punctuation.
The intensity and interest in Proposition B is evident in the discussion on ColumbiaMissourian.com. Can we reframe the debate as the legislature talks of repeal?
The city will be cinder-free this snow season -- unless the conditions make salt ineffective. Why The District and the Village at Cherry Hill won't follow the exemption is grist for another article.
By spotting the Missourian, readers can help fund records requests.
You have the chance, too, to choose what you think were the most significant news stories of the past year.
Who wouldn't want the help of thousands of eyeballs? Too many people in newsrooms. The evidence lies in the need to create an advocacy group for reporting errors.
Cliches such as "Christmas came early" and "'tis the season" can leave you ill with overload during this week of Thanksgiving. Find the offending phrases in the Missourian and report them to help rid the world of this plague.
The Tribune's paywall will go into effect Dec. 1 ,and the ensuing months will answer some interesting questions. Will the Missourian actually get a significant increase in online traffic, and can it sustain that readership? After their initial ire, will Tribune readers and commenters stay put and subscribe to see more than 10 articles a month?
As the news process becomes more public and continues to evolve, a tension still exists between reporters and unavailable sources.
Jim Terry submitted 89 corrections to win the first month of the contest, which asks readers to point out errors in our stories online.
People needed facts to fight the fear, which was in steady supply during Wednesday's “gunman” scare. All this, perhaps, because of single Twitter message. Did you buy it?
The CoMo You Know, a new project of the Columbia Missourian, is an online encyclopedia that could "provide a deeper picture of what a story means to the reader and the community."