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Twitter in the newsroom, hate it, love it -- why we can't shut up about it

May 21, 2009
In this episode of Oregon Understory I interview reporters, editors and anchors in Oregon, Washington and California about that much-critiqued social media tool: Twitter.

Stop rolling your eyes — this is more than just a Twitter love fest. We talk about why journalists aren’t using it, why it’s changing how the PR industry views reporters, and why it really doesn’t matter if Twitter blows up and disappears in the next few months.

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An $18 billion shadow economy, plus Steve Martin gets banned

Apr 21, 2009

Oregon Understory is a behind-the-scenes look at stories from the Pacific Northwest’s best reporters, editors, and bloggers.

This week Ben Jacklet and I talk about his cover story for Oregon Business magazine on the state’s billion-dollar underground economy, and Dick Mason at the La Grande Observer talks about Steve Martin and the biggest story to hit La Grande in decades.

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Secret North Koreans and small town murders

Mar 17, 2009

UPDATE: Included link to iTunes store.

Oregon Understory is a behind-the-scenes look at stories from the Pacific Northwest’s best reporters, editors, and bloggers.

This week’s edition features work by Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Rich Read from the Oregonian, and Kelly Moyer, news editor at the South County Spotlight.

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