Monitoring press freedom and international affairs from Mid-Missouri Public Radio and the Missouri School of Journalism

Why Nicaragua's journalists had to leave their country to keep reporting on it

Daniel Ortega once fought a Nicaraguan dictator. Now he has become one. Before "winning" a fourth term as the country's president in November, the former…
Angela Greiling Keane: The professional is personal
By  • 5 April 2021
In the midst of the COVID pandemic, Politico editor Angela Greiling Keane manages a team of 60 reporters covering politics across the country all from her desk in her Washington home.  This seems like a…
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Doug Harbrecht: 'Never has the profession been more important'
By  • 5 April 2021
In his 40 years of experience as a journalist in the nation’s capital, Doug Harbrecht had to adapt to a constantly changing environment. The MU Journalism School alum is lauded by colleagues for managing the transition…
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Jeff Leen: 'The mission always brings you back'
By  • 5 April 2021
Journalism chronicles change. In the last year, journalists have done more than chronicle change; they’ve lived it. In addition to COVID, which has forced reporters and photographers to find new ways to gather news without…
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    Global Journalist covers press freedom, human rights and international affairs. The weekly, half-hour discussion is produced by faculty and students of the Missouri School of Journalism and Mid-Missouri Public Radio featured interviews with international journalists, diplomats, activists and others.
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