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Journalist Russel Sandler on How News Coverage Has Changed

  • Aired: 03/25/2013
  • 00:29
  • Rating: NR
Journalist Russel Sadler notes that in McCall’s time, years before the internet and hundred-channel cable TV, most people watched the local evening news on television. Unlike today, most Oregon TV stations, radio stations and newspapers kept reporters and cameramen in Salem. And Tom McCall kept them well-supplied with material
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Journalist Russel Sadler notes how news coverage of state government has changed.
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Funding provided by James F. & Marion L. Miller Foundation, Robert D. & Marcia H. Randall Fund for Lifelong Learning, Oregon Cultural Trust and Roundhouse Foundation.


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