Tag Archives: The Register Guard

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 Though technological advances have superseded the widespread usage of good ol’ AM and FM radio, some residents of Trainsong still believe … Continue reading

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Q&A with Columnist Bob Welch

By Victor Flores Bob Welch is a columnist for The Register-Guard. He writes about sports, the outdoors, war, and much more. He writes a blog for The Register-Guard, called Close to Home, and is the author of several books. His personal … Continue reading

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Harlow/Cal Young Residents Love the City, Hate the Meth

When asked why he likes the city of Eugene, Oregon.  Daniel Neustel, a cabinet- builder and 30 year resident says, “I like that we have a major university and a, pretty, decent community college.  I like the college sports atmosphere and just … Continue reading

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Media Analysis: Prison Gang Life in Eugene

By Matt DeBow Karen McCowan wrote an in-depth profile of a reformed gangster in the Sunday Edition of the Register-Guard on June 6th titled: “Hometown GANG, An inmate decides to leave the life behind and testify against a fellow member” … Continue reading

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The crime beat.

by Claire Staley I decided to pursue a crime beat for this week’s media analysis, and so I turned to a city notorious for violent crime. I read this story from The Baltimore Sun about the murder of a 72-year … Continue reading

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Media Analysis: Day of Love

With this day of love upon us, I couldn’t help but not write about an article centered around Valentine’s Day. While I was waiting for my dad to get ready to go out breakfast, I started reading the lifestyle section … Continue reading

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Media Analysis: Strength Training

Last Monday The Register Guard published an article about exercising, specifically strength training. Writing about exercise can be a rather dry subject and overlooked. The last thing some people, such as myself, want to do is read about exercise. It … Continue reading

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Readers Change Their Way of Getting News to Suit Their Purpose

By: Seiga Ohtani EUGENE- Nowadays several media are available to get news such as newspaper, TV, magazine, and the internet. But readers or users change their ways of getting news to suit the purpose. On January 12, ten graduate students … Continue reading

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