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Ed and Sandra Elliott with Barbara Bush
ucm150, KMOS-TV, University News

KMOS-TV Presents "Mule Tracks: UCM After 150 Years," New Documentary Airs Homecoming Week

In celebration of the 1871 founding of the University of Central Missouri, originally known as State Normal School No. 2, KMOS-TV has produced an in-depth history drawing on official archives, historian interviews, and recollections of current and former university leaders. Narrated by Marion "Woody" Woods (1450 KOKO/98.5 The Bar,) “Mule Tracks: UCM After 150 Years” details significant events in the evolution of the university’s academic structure and the growth of the campus. This program will premiere on KMOS-HD channel 6.1 at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 19.

October 06, 2021
Missouri! A Bicentennial Celebration
ucm150, University News, facstaff, KMOS-TV

"Missouri! A Bicentennial Celebration" Documentary Featuring UCM History Professor Jon Taylor Premieres Aug. 12

In celebration of Missouri’s 2021 bicentennial anniversary, KMOS-TV, in partnership with other Public Television Association of Missouri stations, announces the broadcast premiere of “Missouri! A Bicentennial Celebration” at 8 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 12.

July 14, 2021
KMOS Classroom
KMOS-TV, college of education, University News

Award-winning "KMOS Classroom: Summer School" Broadcasts Begins June 2

Beginning at 8 a.m. June 1, the University of Central Missouri’s public television station, KMOS-TV, in partnership with UCM’s College of Education will provide three hours of programming focused on K-5 learning with the award-winning “KMOS Classroom: Summer School.”

May 25, 2021
KMOS Aging Series
events, KMOS-TV, University News

KMOS-TV to Feature Five Unique Programs to Spark Conversation About Aging

Beginning March 24, and running through April, the University of Central Missouri’s public television station KMOS-TV will air and feature five unique programs designed to spark conversation and thought about aging. KMOS-TV is proud to partner with other producers to showcase programs aimed at debunking myths about aging, providing inspirational stories, and resources for all of us as we age.

March 22, 2021
KMOS Classroom Taping
college of education, University News, KMOS-TV, awards

UCM College of Education Receives Public Media Awards for 'KMOS Classroom: Summer School'

The University of Central Missouri College of Education and UCM’s public television station KMOS-TV were honored by public media professionals with two awards for the creation and broadcast of 72 lessons designed to help families in preparing their elementary school children for the fall 2020 semester, and to make up for the school closures last spring.

January 28, 2021
American Portrait on PBS
KMOS-TV, University News

KMOS-TV to Air Locally Produced Special Highlighting Life in America and Central Missouri

At 9 p.m. CST Jan. 26, KMOS-TV, in cooperation with PBS, will premiere “The Story of Us: A KMOS American Portrait Special.” This half-hour documentary special will showcase inspiring stories about individuals living with disabilities from across central Missouri as part of the national crowdsourced storytelling project PBS American Portrait, the signature content initiative of PBS’s 50th anniversary.

January 15, 2021
KMOS Making Shoot
KMOS-TV, awards, University News

KMOS-TV's "Making," Honored With Regional Emmy Award

“Making,” the six-part series hosted by Matt Burchett, was recently recognized with a Regional Emmy® Award presented by the Mid-America Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences during the 44th Annual Mid-America Emmy® Awards Ceremony conducted online.

January 11, 2021
American Portrait on PBS
KMOS-TV, University News

KMOS-TV Awarded Grant to Develop, Promote PBS Docuseries "American Portrait - The Story of Us"

KMOS-TV applied for and has been awarded a $15,000 American Portrait grant to showcase a population that often goes under served and under seen. KMOS-TV has partnered with West-Central Independent Living Solutions (WILS) and Services for Independent Living (SIL) of Columbia to help gather user-generated content for this program by highlighting individuals with disabilities in central Missouri.

December 09, 2020
Matt Burchett
University News, awards, KMOS-TV

KMOS-TV Show "Making" Nominated for Two Regional Emmy Awards

The KMOS-TV production “Making” was recently recognized by the Mid-America Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences with nominations for two programs from its inaugural season.

October 30, 2020
UCM Performing Arts Livestream
Performing Arts, University News, events, KMOS-TV

KMOS to Broadcast Stream of School of Visual and Performing Arts Showcase

KMOS-TV, the University of Central Missouri’s public television station, is pleased to stream and broadcast the 2020 video version of the annual showcase of performances from UCM's School of Visual and Performing Arts, hosted by Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Phil Bridgmon.

October 29, 2020
MO State Flag
University News, KMOS-TV, events

KMOS-TV to Broadcast Governor's Forum Live on Sept. 25

KMOS-TV will broadcast the Sept. 25 Governor’s Forum scheduled to include all four candidates: Gov. Mike Parson, R; State Auditor Nicole Galloway, D; Libertarian nominee Rik Combs; and Green Party nominee Jerome Bauer.

September 21, 2020
Move To Include
University News, KMOS-TV

KMOS-TV Partners with West-Central Independent Living Solutions to Celebrate 30th Anniversary of Signing of Americans with Disabilities Act

To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the signing of the Americans with Disabilities Act on July 26, KMOS-TV will broadcast a series of inspirational documentary films that highlight and celebrate individuals who have overcome mental and/or physical challenges to achieve their goals. These films will air nightly at 5 p.m. beginning Monday, July 20 through Friday, July 24 on KMOS Emerge 6.3.

July 16, 2020
Making Production Crew
KMOS-TV, University News, awards

KMOS-TV Production Honored with Telly Awards

"Making," the six-part series hosted by Matt Burchett, recently earned the University of Central Missouri’s public television station, KMOS-TV, seven Telly Awards in three categories.

June 05, 2020
KMOS Classroom
college of education, KMOS-TV, University News

KMOS, UCM Launch Free On-air K-5 Classes for Missouri Students June 1

For families seeking economical assistance in preparing their elementary school children for the fall semester, and to make up for the school closures of the spring semester, KMOS-TV and the University of Central Missouri will provide free on-air classes beginning June 1. KMOS Classroom: Summer School will be broadcast on KMOS channel 6.1 each Monday through Thursday between 9 a.m. and noon.

May 06, 2020
PBS Kids
KMOS-TV, University News

KMOS-TV to Provide Broadcast Schedule of Programs for Home-bound Students

Taking advantage of its catalog of general education programming, the KMOS-TV has modified its weekday broadcast schedule to include three hours of programs daily to assist students and their families while schools are closed during the current health emergency.

April 02, 2020
Ed and Sandra Elliott with Barbara Bush
ucm150, KMOS-TV, University News

KMOS-TV Presents "Mule Tracks: UCM After 150 Years," New Documentary Airs Homecoming Week

In celebration of the 1871 founding of the University of Central Missouri, originally known as State Normal School No. 2, KMOS-TV has produced an in-depth history drawing on official archives, historian interviews, and recollections of current and former university leaders. Narrated by Marion "Woody" Woods (1450 KOKO/98.5 The Bar,) “Mule Tracks: UCM After 150 Years” details significant events in the evolution of the university’s academic structure and the growth of the campus. This program will premiere on KMOS-HD channel 6.1 at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 19.

October 06, 2021
Missouri! A Bicentennial Celebration
ucm150, University News, facstaff, KMOS-TV

"Missouri! A Bicentennial Celebration" Documentary Featuring UCM History Professor Jon Taylor Premieres Aug. 12

In celebration of Missouri’s 2021 bicentennial anniversary, KMOS-TV, in partnership with other Public Television Association of Missouri stations, announces the broadcast premiere of “Missouri! A Bicentennial Celebration” at 8 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 12.

July 14, 2021
KMOS Classroom
KMOS-TV, college of education, University News

Award-winning "KMOS Classroom: Summer School" Broadcasts Begins June 2

Beginning at 8 a.m. June 1, the University of Central Missouri’s public television station, KMOS-TV, in partnership with UCM’s College of Education will provide three hours of programming focused on K-5 learning with the award-winning “KMOS Classroom: Summer School.”

May 25, 2021
KMOS Aging Series
events, KMOS-TV, University News

KMOS-TV to Feature Five Unique Programs to Spark Conversation About Aging

Beginning March 24, and running through April, the University of Central Missouri’s public television station KMOS-TV will air and feature five unique programs designed to spark conversation and thought about aging. KMOS-TV is proud to partner with other producers to showcase programs aimed at debunking myths about aging, providing inspirational stories, and resources for all of us as we age.

March 22, 2021
KMOS Classroom Taping
college of education, University News, KMOS-TV, awards

UCM College of Education Receives Public Media Awards for 'KMOS Classroom: Summer School'

The University of Central Missouri College of Education and UCM’s public television station KMOS-TV were honored by public media professionals with two awards for the creation and broadcast of 72 lessons designed to help families in preparing their elementary school children for the fall 2020 semester, and to make up for the school closures last spring.

January 28, 2021
American Portrait on PBS
KMOS-TV, University News

KMOS-TV to Air Locally Produced Special Highlighting Life in America and Central Missouri

At 9 p.m. CST Jan. 26, KMOS-TV, in cooperation with PBS, will premiere “The Story of Us: A KMOS American Portrait Special.” This half-hour documentary special will showcase inspiring stories about individuals living with disabilities from across central Missouri as part of the national crowdsourced storytelling project PBS American Portrait, the signature content initiative of PBS’s 50th anniversary.

January 15, 2021
KMOS Making Shoot
KMOS-TV, awards, University News

KMOS-TV's "Making," Honored With Regional Emmy Award

“Making,” the six-part series hosted by Matt Burchett, was recently recognized with a Regional Emmy® Award presented by the Mid-America Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences during the 44th Annual Mid-America Emmy® Awards Ceremony conducted online.

January 11, 2021
American Portrait on PBS
KMOS-TV, University News

KMOS-TV Awarded Grant to Develop, Promote PBS Docuseries "American Portrait - The Story of Us"

KMOS-TV applied for and has been awarded a $15,000 American Portrait grant to showcase a population that often goes under served and under seen. KMOS-TV has partnered with West-Central Independent Living Solutions (WILS) and Services for Independent Living (SIL) of Columbia to help gather user-generated content for this program by highlighting individuals with disabilities in central Missouri.

December 09, 2020
Matt Burchett
University News, awards, KMOS-TV

KMOS-TV Show "Making" Nominated for Two Regional Emmy Awards

The KMOS-TV production “Making” was recently recognized by the Mid-America Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences with nominations for two programs from its inaugural season.

October 30, 2020
UCM Performing Arts Livestream
Performing Arts, University News, events, KMOS-TV

KMOS to Broadcast Stream of School of Visual and Performing Arts Showcase

KMOS-TV, the University of Central Missouri’s public television station, is pleased to stream and broadcast the 2020 video version of the annual showcase of performances from UCM's School of Visual and Performing Arts, hosted by Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Phil Bridgmon.

October 29, 2020
MO State Flag
University News, KMOS-TV, events

KMOS-TV to Broadcast Governor's Forum Live on Sept. 25

KMOS-TV will broadcast the Sept. 25 Governor’s Forum scheduled to include all four candidates: Gov. Mike Parson, R; State Auditor Nicole Galloway, D; Libertarian nominee Rik Combs; and Green Party nominee Jerome Bauer.

September 21, 2020
Move To Include
University News, KMOS-TV

KMOS-TV Partners with West-Central Independent Living Solutions to Celebrate 30th Anniversary of Signing of Americans with Disabilities Act

To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the signing of the Americans with Disabilities Act on July 26, KMOS-TV will broadcast a series of inspirational documentary films that highlight and celebrate individuals who have overcome mental and/or physical challenges to achieve their goals. These films will air nightly at 5 p.m. beginning Monday, July 20 through Friday, July 24 on KMOS Emerge 6.3.

July 16, 2020
Making Production Crew
KMOS-TV, University News, awards

KMOS-TV Production Honored with Telly Awards

"Making," the six-part series hosted by Matt Burchett, recently earned the University of Central Missouri’s public television station, KMOS-TV, seven Telly Awards in three categories.

June 05, 2020
KMOS Classroom
college of education, KMOS-TV, University News

KMOS, UCM Launch Free On-air K-5 Classes for Missouri Students June 1

For families seeking economical assistance in preparing their elementary school children for the fall semester, and to make up for the school closures of the spring semester, KMOS-TV and the University of Central Missouri will provide free on-air classes beginning June 1. KMOS Classroom: Summer School will be broadcast on KMOS channel 6.1 each Monday through Thursday between 9 a.m. and noon.

May 06, 2020
PBS Kids
KMOS-TV, University News

KMOS-TV to Provide Broadcast Schedule of Programs for Home-bound Students

Taking advantage of its catalog of general education programming, the KMOS-TV has modified its weekday broadcast schedule to include three hours of programs daily to assist students and their families while schools are closed during the current health emergency.

April 02, 2020

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