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Downtown Eugene Locals Prefer Their News Online

BY: Katie Rosenblad EUGENE, Ore. — Locals of downtown Eugene get their news from online sources because it is the fastest and easiest method. The community was interviewed about their news use last Thursday. Many of them said they enjoy reading the newspaper … Continue reading

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How do the People of Downtown get their News?

When asked about the news, the internet may be their number one source.  By: Michelle Miley EUGENE, Ore. – This past Thursday people throughout downtown Eugene were asked where they get their news from. It was a sunny, 80 degree afternoon and … Continue reading

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Why It’s Good: Scott Berg on Zines

By Corinne Mooney “[Zines are] Tinkertoys for malcontents. They’re obsessed with obsession. They’re extraordinary and ordinary. They’re about strangeness but since it’s usually happening somewhere else you’re kind of relieved.” – Chip Rowe Zines are fun and quirky publications with … Continue reading

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Survey shows the internet is most popular outlet for news consumption

A survey of University of Oregon students reports that news organizations must keep an online presence in order to reach college students By Mackenzie Henshaw EUGENE, Ore—A recent survey conducted at the University of Oregon shows that students consume their … Continue reading

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Who’s Glenn Beck? In Survey of college students, Stephen Colbert most recognized talking head.

By: Jason Williams Stephen Colbert leads the pack as one of the most recognized news personalities among freshmen and sophomores in a recent survey at the University of Oregon. “He knows what’s up even though he jokes about it,” said … Continue reading

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Waking Up Early, No Sweat When it’s for the World Cup.

With the 2010 FIFA World Cup well underway in Cape Town, South Africa the entire world is rejoicing and grimacing(mostly over the sound of the vuvuzela) together at last, including college students here at the University of Oregon even though it … Continue reading

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Survey Reveals Students’ Preferences in News Sources

EUGENE- News can be found on multiple platforms, including the TV and Internet, but the desire and decision to view the news is an individual choice. Reporting1Blog conducted an unscientific survey today regarding the attitudes individuals have towards journalism. The … Continue reading

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Clay Shirky Talks Internet/Papers

As you will come to learn (or perhaps you already know), Clay Shirky (whom you should probably follow on Twitter at @cshirky) has a lot to say about newspapers, the online world, the democratization of publishing (what does that mean? … Continue reading

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