Ozarks News Journal is a multi-award winning, thirty minute news magazine show that reflects Missouri State University’s mission of public affairs by focusing on the issues most important to the State of Missouri. Students involved with the production of ONJ gain real world experience in every aspect of producing a professional television program. Students practice in-depth reporting and live interviewing that focuses on meaningful, well researched content. The show is produced and staffed by advanced Missouri State students under the advisement of Broadcast Instructors Leonard Horton, Paul Katona and Dr. Kevin Swift.
AN AWARD-WINNING STUDENT PRODUCTION
Ozarks News Journal is winner of several awards and honorable mentions for the show itself and for news packages produced by our student journalists. The awards represent state, regional and national competitions.
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At any time, we may correct any errors, grammatical or otherwise.
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