University of Missouri


Campus Media


The Maneater

To advertise in The Maneater visit The Maneater Advertising Information page. The Maneater is the official student newspaper of the University of Missouri and is published Tuesdays and Fridays throughout the school year.

The Missourian

To advertise in The Missourian visit the  Advertise with the Missourian page. The Columbia Missourian is a community newspaper staffed by the Missouri School of Journalism and is published five days a week. The Missourian also produces Vox magazine.

Magazines and Online

Mizzou Wire

Mizzou Wire can be viewed at To contact the editor with story ideas, e-mail Mizzou Wire features stories on the University of Missouri homepage.

MU News Bureau

To submit news releases visit the MU News Bureau Contact List. The MU News Bureau is a way to connect the University and events/news happening at the University to outside sources.

Vox Magazine

Visit the Advertise with Vox page for advertising information. Vox magazine is distributed weekly in the Columbia Missourian as well as 150 locations throughout Columbia. The magazine focuses on community arts and entertainment.



To contact KBIA about advertising opportunities visit the KBIA Contact page. KBIA is a mid-Missouri public radio station, licensed by the University, and provides NPR news, information, and arts and entertainment programming.


For information on promoting an event e-mail For general contact information visit the KCOU Staff Info page. KCOU is a non-commercial radio station run by University of Missouri students. It is an outlet for campus news, many different forms of music, Mizzou sports, and various programs.



Visit the MUTV Advertising page for advertising opportunities. MUTV is a student-run media outlet under the Missouri Students Association. The station has several programs including news and sports. It also plays movies and TV shows in residence halls.


Visit the KOMU Advertising page for advertising opportunities. KOMU is an NBC Affiliate broadcasting in the mid-Missouri area. It is owned by the University of Missouri and serves as a training lab for Missouri School of Journalism students.