Murrow News Pullman
The Murrow News Service provides local, regional and statewide stories reported and written by journalism students at the Edward R. Murrow College of Communication at Washington State University.
Created in 2011, the Murrow News Service distributes stories to local, regional and national media outlets including The Spokesman-Review, The Oregonian, The Seattle Times, NBCNews.com, PBS.org, KOMO.com, The Pacific Northwest Inlander, KXLY.com, The Moscow-Pullman Daily News, The Tri-City Herald, Vancouver Columbian, the Bellingham Herald, the Lewiston Tribune, Crosscut.com, and others. In 2012, students from the Murrow News Service won first place in online news reporting, in-depth reporting, and sports reporting from the Society of Professional Journalists, Region 10.
The Murrow News Service operates a bureau in Olympia, Wash., which is staffed year-round by students from the Murrow College. Through the Murrow College’s Backpack Journalism Program, the Murrow News Service sends top students on international reporting programs.
To become a media partner or submit your story idea for posting and distribution, contact Ben Shors, project manager of the Murrow News Service, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
News from the Pullman Bureau:
- Greying Farmers Raise Issues for Agriculture (Inlander)