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Q&A with Ashley Oerman, women’s health and lifestyle writer

By Mackenzie Henshaw I recently conducted an e-mail interview with Ashley Oerman, a freelance women’s health and lifestyle writer who runs her own blog called “Fit, Fab, Fearless.” With work experience at magazine’s like Cosmopolitan, Women’s Health and TheBlush.com, Oerman … Continue reading

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College students support transforming news industry

by Allie Burger EUGENE, Ore.—The younger generation focuses on social media and technological advances, and it’s beginning to show in their ways of consuming news. Last week, a survey conducted by the School of Journalism and Communication at the University … Continue reading

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Radio 84 Offers Content

DESPITE BROADER RADIO STRUGGLES Nicholas Deleon, a writer for crunchgear.com, says “… the radio business, as we know it, is truly doomed.” Laurel Savannah writes on blogcritics.com that “FM radio is entering its final, desperate stages of life…” David Sapsted, a … Continue reading

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Local Cinematographer Livin’ the Dream

By: Jason Williams Self-diagnosed with attention deficit disorder and sipping on a Red Bull, Ryan Welch is doing what he loves: telling stories. Six years ago, the 31-year-old Eugene native moved back home with a dream and little money. Today he sits atop … Continue reading

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Media survey on campus

By Maiko Ando June 25, 2010 Eugene, Ore- The number of people who read news is increasing, although, most of readers do not believe what they read. That is according to the results of a survey of 10 juniors and … Continue reading

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Media Analysis: “Theater of the Absurd” by Mike Allen & Glenn Thrush

By: Jason A. Williams One of the things that I really like about reporting is when a story gives a glimpse behind the scenes of a major operation. The reason I like it is because that glimpse has the chance … Continue reading

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Meyer Shares Insight on the Future of Media

By Alex Zielinski Philip Meyer doesn’t like to tell people what they want to hear. Keynote speaker at Tuesday’s annual University Ruhl Lecture, veteran journalist Meyer told the audience that his core purpose of reporting was to educate the public. … Continue reading

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Kyrgyzstan, and why we should care.

By: MJ Revolution is a troublesome topic in the media nowadays. As Americans we seem inclined to root for the underdog in revolution, the people on the street throwing rocks, and not the people on the street in riot gear. … Continue reading

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MJ’s Media Analysis: “National Conversation”

In just the last few years there has been a transformation in how journalism is presented. Of course with Print Media in the twilight of its years, TV, radio and the internet has stepped up to shoulder the burden of … Continue reading

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Methods of Meeting with the Media

An informal survey conducted by Reporting 1 students reveals how college kids get their daily dose of the media. By CHELSEA BISHOP Most people in the US use the media and have access to news every day. However, it appears … Continue reading

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