International, National, State and Hometown Media Coverage
Selected Weekly News Placements
Based on press releases disseminated from MU’s News Bureau, during the past week, the following news placements about Mizzou appeared in international, national, state and online media outlets.
View the news coverage online at http://munews.missouri.edu/media-coverage.php.
Mitchell S. McKinney, professor of communication and an internationally recognized scholar of presidential debates, suggests the Sept. 26 presidential debate will likely influence the outcome of the 2016 Presidential election.
Link to release: MU Political Communication Expert Predicts Presidential Debates will Likely Influence Outcome of 2016 Presidential Election
Stories about this research have appeared in 166 international, national and statewide media outlets. More than 59 million people have had the opportunity to view stories.
The Daily Mail, London, UK (25 million unique visitors per month)
The Washington Times (6.5 million unique visitors per month)
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (668,116 unique visitors per month)
San Francisco Chronicle (13.4 million unique visitors per month)
USA Today (31,225,618 unique visitors per month)
Wilson Majee, assistant professor in the School of Health Professions, found that rural employers fail to provide sufficient space and time for mothers to breastfeed during the first year of their babies’ lives.
Link to release: Rural Employers Failing to Meet Needs of Working Breastfeeding Mothers
More than 15 million people have had the opportunity to view stories about this research.
Real Simple (#9 women’s interest magazine, 4.4 million unique visitors per month)
Irma Arteaga, assistant professor, and Colleen Heflin, professor in the Truman School of Public Affairs
found that the cutoff age of five for WIC benefits increases household food insecurity.
Link to release: Age Limit for Federal Food Assistance Program is Increasing Food Insecurity
More than 13 million people have had the opportunity to view stories online or in print. Stories have been shared on social media more than 200 times.
MissouriNet (65 radio stations)
Provost Garnett Stokes announced the appointment of Ajay Vinzé as the new dean of the Robert J. Trulaske, Sr. College of Business. Previously, Vinzé served as the Earl and Gladys Davis Distinguished Professor in the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University.
Link to release: MU Provost Announces New Business College Dean
More than 7.5 million people have had the opportunity to view stories online or in print. Stories have been shared on social media more than 150 times.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch (#34 U.S. newspaper, 2.1 million unique visitors per month)
St. Louis Business Journal
Pamela Hinton, associate professor of nutrition and exercise physiology, explained the concept of alkaline water in Self Magazine.
Self (2 million unique visitors per month)
Vicki Vieira-Potter, associate professor of nutrition and exercise physiology, found that due to changes in brain chemistry during menopause, postmenopausal women are less likely to exercise.
Link to release: Deactivation of Brain Receptors in Postmenopausal Women May Lead to Lack of Physical Activity
More than 30 million people have had the opportunity to view stories about this research. Stories have been shared on social media more than 1,000 times.
New England Cable News- Boston, MA (#7 television market)
WRC NBC- Washington DC (#9 television market)
KARE NBC- Minneapolis, MN (#15 television market)
WTHR NBC- Indianapolis, IN (#25 television market)
WRAL NBC- Raleigh, NC (#27 television market)