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Seattle Mariners: Top Tweeters

For every sports team there are going to be numerous people that you could follow on Twitter to get the information you need to be an informed sports fan. Whether it is a beat reporter, a columnist, a TV reporter, … Continue reading

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Sports Broadcasting on Twitter

By: Alex Guarino Today, its so easy to follow sports broadcasters on Twitter. You can easily follow live game updates, sports news, and even random thoughts from these talented broadcasters. They help us stay connected through social media, and make … Continue reading

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Beat: Sports Anchors

By: Alex Guarino Sports are one of my greatest passions in life. I grew up participating and watching all different kinds of sports with my family. Sports have been a lifestyle for me and still is to this day. Though … Continue reading

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“Why is this so good?:” Lisa Firestone writes about women’s body image

As I was looking up articles written about women’s health and lifestyle topics, I continually came across short, list-like articles giving the top exercises or quick tips on diet or fashion. They were short and attention grabbing, but without much … Continue reading

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Top Women’s Health and Lifestyle Tweets

With summer on the horizon, many Twitter accounts have been ramping up their tweets about helpful health, fitness and general wellness information for women. There are several sources of information for this topic on Twitter and many boast great information, … Continue reading

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Blogger Hanna Paal on DIY Writing, Blog Management

Post by Mary Callie Gisler. Photo (c) Hanna Paal. Do-it-yourself writing is a unique niche in both the writing and blogging communities. I had the pleasure of interviewing blogger Hanna Paal, music student and part-time nanny and Esty shop owner … Continue reading

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Q&A with A&E Editor Jillian Cohan Martin

I recently did a Q&A with Jillian Cohan Martin who is the Arts and Entertainment editor for the Oregonian. I hope to go into pop culture writing one day so I really enjoyed learning from her! Q: How long have … Continue reading

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A Q&A with Don Hein, Program Director for KLCC

Don Hein is the Program Director for the KLCC Public Radio station in Eugene, Ore. and I was able to ask him a few questions about his experience in the radio world. TM: How did you first get involved with radio? … Continue reading

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Q&A with Columnist Bob Welch

By Victor Flores Bob Welch is a columnist for The Register-Guard. He writes about sports, the outdoors, war, and much more. He writes a blog for The Register-Guard, called Close to Home, and is the author of several books. His personal … Continue reading

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Q&A with Michael Schwirtz of The New York Times

by Ben Stone I recently conducted an interview over e-mail with Michael Schwirtz of The New York Times. According to his biography on the Times’ website, after Schwirtz studied Russian in college and interned at the US Embassy in Saint-Petersburg … Continue reading

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