Tag Archives: reporting

Local Broadcasters and Twitter

With Twitter as a main news source for many Americans, it has become increasingly important that news broadcasters use Twitter. Broadcasters that use Twitter to keep their viewers informed appear more reliable, up to date and modern. There are many … Continue reading

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JWN: A Thriving Community Has Complaints

By: Rachel Ibanez   EUGENE, Ore.- Jefferson Westside Neighbors, a beautiful and family friendly neighborhood in Eugene, has many schools and community venues in the area. Many people are involved with the JWN for different reasons; some come to work or to … Continue reading

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Beat: Capturing Videography

By: Bryan Cargill My whole life I have been fascinated by the art of videography. The way that you can capture a moment, and manipulate our world is almost magical. Ever since junior year of high school when I received … Continue reading

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Jefferson Westside Neighbors Offers Welcoming Community

By: Rachel Ibanez EUGENE, Ore- Upon walking and driving around the Jefferson Westside Neighbors area, it was very easy to see how much of a community the neighborhood is. In just a few blocks, I saw many churches, schools and … Continue reading

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The $95 Million EMU Renovation and Why Students Are Concerned

By: Rachel Ibanez EUGENE,Ore- In the spring of 2016 the University of Oregon’s student union, Erb Memorial Union, will be renovated into an open and sustainable building that will comfortably serve 24,000 students. The renovation plans to bring a pub, a multipurpose … Continue reading

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Rachel Ibanez- Aspiring Broadcaster

My name is Rachel Ibanez and I am a Journalism student at the University of Oregon. I am studying to hopefully become a broadcaster. Growing up, I spent a lot of time in a news studio and it is where … Continue reading

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Spring 2013 #J361 Midterm

Midterm Part I: The Book • This portion is about “Inside Reporting” by Tim Harrower, and nothing else except where explicitly stated. • You have until about 10:45 for this part. • Each question is worth two points of 100 … Continue reading

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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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Les Zaitz: Q & A

For this Q & A, I chose to conduct a phone interview with Les Zaitz, Senior Investigative Reporter for The Oregonian, who specializes in the correctional system beat. Zaitz has reported at numerous correctional facilities in Oregon, and several of … Continue reading

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Casey Pechan

Hi my name is Casey Pechan and I am double majoring in Journalism and Spanish, with a minor in business here at U of O. I recently completed a reporting internship in Santiago Chile, writing for I Love Chile. ILC … Continue reading

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