Newspaper's Woes Hit Journalists' Training Ground For a century, University of Missouri journalism students have learned the craft by working at the Columbia Missourian. But now that newspaper's troubles could lead to big changes and take away a training ground for student journalists.
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Newspaper's Woes Hit Journalists' Training Ground

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Newspaper's Woes Hit Journalists' Training Ground

Newspaper's Woes Hit Journalists' Training Ground

Newspaper's Woes Hit Journalists' Training Ground

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As newspapers across the country struggle financially, one with a rich history of training the next generation of journalists is no exception. For a century, the University of Missouri's journalism students have learned the craft by working at the Columbia Missourian. But now that paper's troubles could lead to big changes and take away a training ground for student journalists.

Sara Wittmeyer reports from member station KBIA.