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Beat Post – Television Reporters Both Minnesotan and National

I aspire to be a television reporter/anchor after college.  My favorite journalists can often be found speaking on state and national broadcasts Rick Lindfors Tom Brokaw Photo: david_shankbone (Flickr) Tom Brokaw was the first journalist I followed seriously.  My parents … Continue reading

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One on One with Sports Writer Ben Golliver.

Ben Golliver covers the NBA for CBSSports.com‘s Eye On Basketball blog and writes about the Portland Trail Blazers for Blazersedge.com. He’s covered the Blazers since December of 2007 and started with CBS in October 2010. Q: What made you go into … Continue reading

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Eugene Residents Predict 2012 Campaign

Residents of Eugene’s Friendly Area Neighborhood express confidence in Romney’s success, Obama’s shortcomings  By Sydney Sam Bouchat The upcoming presidential race of 2012 has many Eugene residents guessing at the future of their country. The widely publicized GOP debates leave … Continue reading

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Roger Mudd gives his two cents

Roger Mudd, a retired newsman who worked with CBS and with famous journalist Walter Cronkite for years, speaks out about the change in journalism from the Daily Press.com. Even though television is still watched by many, television news is changing, … Continue reading

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