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Survey Says- News story #1 by Rachel Davidson

College Students Consume News through Social Media Platforms By Rachel Davidson EUGENE, Ore–University of Oregon students get news information via social media platforms a survey discovered last week.  Americans no longer consume news from the typical daily newspaper on a … 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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How College Students Gather News

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Midterm, Winter 2013

Here is today’s midterm for #J361. Part I • Every numbered question in this portion is about the book Inside Reporting, by Tim Harrower, and nothing else, except where explicitly stated. • You have until about 2:45 for this part … Continue reading

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Who is Covering Marijuana Legalization?

Nick Schwarz Marijuana legalization is a hot topic. Many different sources are active covering weed related issues on twitter. These updates range from the progress of Marijuana laws in Washington and Colorado to general news about the drug around the … Continue reading

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Joe Sacco EC

Being a cartoon-journalist is what Joe Sacco talked spoke about to a crowd of 60 people in the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art at the University of Oregon Wednesday night. When reporting from the field, there are photojournalists, reporters and … Continue reading

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November 2nd Approaches

10/14/10 West Eugene – The tallies may be close when all is said and done, but one thing’s for certain; West Eugene citizens are fired up for the upcoming elections. While selling the Register-Guard in front of Fred Meyer in West … Continue reading

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How the staff at the University of Oregon gets their news

By Matt DeBow The majority of the staff at the University of Oregon gets news online, according to a recent poll. Eighty percent of the staff went online to read the news and while everyone interviewed read the news in … Continue reading

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Midterm!

Spring Term #J361: This was last term’s midterm. Likely, this term’s midterm will be more questions about applying what you’ve learned from the book to thinking about media in the current landscape. I’ll say more about that, and possibly give … Continue reading

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Current Events Quiz #5

Current Events Quiz #5! Good luck. For those playing at home, you can find many of the source articles by looking here! Suzi’s J361/Reporting 1 Current Events Quiz #5 1. On what community in Brooklyn does an NYT article on … Continue reading

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