Tag Archives: NPR

Radio is still making waves in Trainsong

BY Devin Ream EUGENE, Ore. – When it comes to news sources, radio is still alive and well within the Trainsong neighborhood. Trainsong residents were asked this simple question: Where do you get your news?

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Amplitude and frequency modulation still hip in Trainsong

BY Travis Loose EUGENE, Ore. — This just in: News radio still exists — and people are still listening to it. Though technological advances have superseded the widespread usage of good ol’ AM and FM radio, some residents of Trainsong still believe … Continue reading

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Beautiful Obsolescence

I have made some progress on my enterprise story. I’ve done a background interview, I now know far more about type and typesetting than anyone who is not planning to become a type designer. It is a fascinating art that … Continue reading

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Alex’s Media Analysis

I listened to and read “Haitians’ Faith Unshaken By Earthquake” for my analysis, a story by NPR’s Martin Kaste. Published on Easter, this piece illustrated the foreign perspective most Haitians share when it comes to spirituality and religion, with an … Continue reading

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Slow Media

I am writing about the Slow Food movement for part of my enterprise story.  I interviewed a member of Slow Food Eugene last week and he made an off hand comment about Slow Media.  I was curious what “Slow Media” … Continue reading

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