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ViewDeadline in Disaster Blu-ray

The story of how The Joplin Globe staff carried out the dauntless mission of covering the tornado that ripped through their town has been told in a documentary film.

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ViewDeadline in Disaster DVD

The story of how The Joplin Globe staff carried out the dauntless mission of covering the tornado that ripped through their town has been told in a documentary film.

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ViewVIDEO: The Journalist's Creed

The Journalist's Creed and a walking tour of the historic Missouri School of Journalism presented by Dr. William H. Taft.

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ViewTrustees for the Public Video

Two centuries have passed since Joseph Charless, an Irishman, became the first pioneer newspaper publisher in St. Louis. Since is July 12, 1808 issue of The Missouri Gazette, more than 6,000 newspapers have come and gone in the Show-Me State.

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ViewVIDEO: Show Truth with the Camera

A production of the Missouri Photojournalism Hall of Fame. Run time: 15 min

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ViewVIDEO: The Editor is Absent

Tribulation and Triumph in Missouri's Pioneer Press. A play recorded July 12, 2008, at Thespian Hall in Boonville, a production of the Missouri Press Association and the State Historical Society of Missouri's MoHiP Theatre. Run time: 1 hour 10 min.

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2015 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 July 31st

Can you spot MPA’s editor, Bryan Jones in the first photo? That’s right, editor by day, drummer by night! You can see Bryan and the other members of Dixieland Garage perform Dixieland jazz Thursday, Sept. 10 during the 2015 Missouri Press Association Annual Convention. Link

Thursday July 30th

#tbt to a sunny August afternoon in 1966 when MPA members and friends joined together for the dedication of the Arrow Rock Print Museum. The keynote speaker of the day was Congressman Paul Jones of Kennett, now deceased. Link

Tuesday July 28th

Is the mail on time in rural areas? U.S. Link

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Can you spot MPA’s editor, Bryan Jones in the first photo? That’s right, editor by day, drummer by night! http://t.co/pbqjfFvQiw
Friday July 31st

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Correction-The Arrow Rock Print Shop Museum dedication was in 1966, not 1996.
Thursday July 30th

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#tbt to the 1996 Arrow Rock Print Shop Museum dedication. Join us this year on Sept. 10! http://t.co/t49GsdJxqN http://t.co/KhEkpmYemb
Thursday July 30th

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Is the mail on time in rural areas? U.S. Postal Service is going to be asking via @nnaonline | http://t.co/SFQXKZZMjR
Tuesday July 28th