Convergence journalism teaches students how to produce news and content in a more impactful way using multiple mediums to tell a stronger story.
The program focuses on training students to use, produce news and be involved with emerging media platforms such as tablet applications and social media.
During their first semesters in the interest area, students produce multimedia and multiplatform content for a variety of the School of Journalism's affiliates–The Columbia Missourian, KBIA News, KOMU-TV, Vox Magazine, Newsy, Missouri Business Alert, Global Journalist and the Reynolds Journalism Institute., To view all of the outlets Convergence students work at, click the arrow.
Convergence Radio Reporting and Producing
Convergence Television Reporting
Science and Health Journalism
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Three students conducted a research and business plan for the new wearable from Apple as part of their Convergence capstone. To learn more, click the arrow.
A group of students worked with the Interactive department at the Associated Press to produce an interactive investigative story about a construction project in New York City. To learn more, click the arrow.
To view more Convergence students' work, click the arrow to the Convergence website.