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Welcome to the ONLINE Missouri Press Association Store.

ViewOnline Newspaper Ads

Our network allows you to place banner ads on newspapers' websites throughout the state, all from your computer. Not only that, but you can also see which ads produce the most clicks, as well as who is clicking on them and when they were clicked.

Price: $8.00
 

ViewOnline Newspaper Directory Premium Edition

Instant access to detailed specifications on each newspaper. You will have access to constantly updated addresses, phone and fax numbers, key personnel names and email addresses, circulation figures, publication days and deadlines and much more!

Price: $40.00
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ViewClassified Ad Network

Through the Missouri Newspaper Classified Ad Network you can reach 2.25 Million users through 199 Missouri newspapers. Rates: $ 300.00 for one insertion of a 25-word classified ad, and $ 10.00 for each additional word over 25.

Price: $300.00
 

Online Store Feature

2014 MPA BOUND Newspaper Directory

An alphabetical resource guide to all of the newspapers in the state of Missouri. $45.00

 

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Friday December 19th

Missouri Blue Books make a great gift! Link

Friday December 19th

Happy Friday from Missouri Press Association! Link

Friday December 19th

The 2015 Reading Across Missouri story files on "The Gashouse Gang" are now available for download! The Reading Across Missouri Project is an endeavor to have young readers across the state inside their community newspapers reading and learning in 2015. Link

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Friday December 19th

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The 2015 Reading Across Missouri story files on "The Gashouse Gang" are now available for download! http://t.co/Ft9a8pbzc1 #mojournalism
Friday December 19th

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Thursday December 18th

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Thursday December 18th