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KMOS offers sponsorship, engagement, and underwriting opportunities to individuals, businesses, organizations and foundations in support of almost every aspect of our work, from ongoing support of program series and community initiatives to documentaries and national initiatives of broader scope.

By partnering with KMOS, you make a very visible contribution to your community. Our audience tends to be more educated, affluent, and involved in the community. They believe that organizations that support public broadcasting have a commitment to quality and excellence. You will build brand trust and loyalty and drive a message of quality!

For information about underwriting, sponsorship, or engagement opportunities with KMOS call or email:

Nicole Hume, Assistant Director for Strategic Partnerships, 660-543-4010, hume@ucmo.edu

Scott Alvested, Community Engagement Coordinator, 660-543-8922, alvested@ucmo.edu

Our engaging approach creates meaningful connections for businesses and nonprofit organizations to reach our viewers and members. We can customize underwriting and sponsorship packages to fit your outreach needs.

 

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KMOS Underwriters, Sponsors, and Partners

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW

Murdock Banner Financial Group - Warrensburg

Reed & Sons Jewelers - Sedalia

Missouri State Treasurer's Office - ShowMeMoney.com

 

SESAME STREET

Kilgore's Medical Pharmacy - Columbia, Ashland

 

 

KMOS CREATE 6.2

Reed & Sons Jewelers - Sedalia

Satin Stitches Sewing & Embroidery - Columbia

 

INDEPENDENT LENS

True / False Film Festival - Columbia

 

SEWING AND QUILTING

Satin Stitches Sewing & Embroidery - Columbia

PBS NEWSHOUR

Robert Rollings Architects, LLC - Sedalia

Restoration Eyecare - Columbia

Dody Legacy Group, LLC - Clinton

 

PBS KIDS

Trails Regional Library

 

ARTS  PARTNERS

Capitol City Cinema - Jefferson City

Arrow Rock Lyceum Theatre - Arrow Rock

We Always Swing Jazz Series - Columbia