Tag Archives: Columbia Missourian
Newsrooms love to use engagement teams to talk about fun stuff. Easy stuff. You know, pictures of Christmas trees and fall foliage. But when it comes to more sensative conversations, many of us aren’t quite sure what to do. Today … Continue reading
My fellow reporters have been helping me come up with memes that describe our experiences at the Missourian. A special thanks to Caitlin Lukin, Karen Miller, Alexandria Baca and Shaina Cavazos for the ideas. Feel free to comment and leave … Continue reading
Here is my advice to new reporters. Pitch your own stories on the first day. Seriously. It’s good practice, and it will guarantee that you’re covering topics that interest you. And for editors, having reporters come in and beg for … Continue reading
No Kill Columbia is a local organization pushing for the Central Missouri Humane Society to become “no kill,” meaning they want the shelter to stop euthanizing healthy animals because there is no space for them. They think they have the … Continue reading
Here are some pictures I took when I covered Occupy Denver for the Missourian’s Occupy Across the U.S.: Dispatches from the movement piece.
The city of Centralia, Mo. is divided. Literally. Chain restaurants — your McDonald’s, your Subway and Pizza Hut — line the highway. The downtown square, however, is dotted with small businesses owned by Centralia residents. This is where we found … Continue reading
Today I wrote about how some organizations, including the University of Missouri are buying domain names meant for adult entertainment websites. Confused? Here’s what you need to know: Anyone who has a website owns that website’s domain name. Facebook.com is … Continue reading