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Sep 12, 2012
Media Roundtable Discussion and Luncheon Hosted by Business Wire
Sentinel Hotel

Public Relations professionals work really hard to get a reporter’s attention, and we think you could use a break. At our next media event, we’re bringing the reporters to you.

Join us for Business Wire’s Media Roundtable and meet with some of Oregon’s most prominent media outlets to discover how the changing nature of today’s newsrooms are impacting local journalists. You will participate in small group discussions with editors, reporters and writers from a variety of news outlets including The Oregonian, OPB, The Silicon Florist, KOIN Local 6, The Portland Business Journal, KATU TV and KGW Newschannel 8.


•Nick Bradshaw, Assignment Manager, KATU News

•Michelle Brence, Investigative/Enterprise Editor, The Oregonian

•Eve Epstein, Managing Editor, OPB News

•Tamara Hellman, Assignment Editor, KOIN Local 6 News

•Matt Kish, Reporter, Portland Business Journal

•Rick Turoczy, Editor, Silicon Florist

•R. Bruce Williams, Assignment Editor, KGW NewsChannel 8


•Angie Galimanis - Vice President, Lane PR

This event will be a great opportunity for you to develop new relationships and build upon your existing ones with some of Portland’s most influential media. Please bring your business cards and questions.

We’ll see you there!

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Jun 16, 2011
Oregon News Incubator (ONI) Work Party
Java Nation

The best way to get involved with the Oregon News Incubator is to come to one of our mobile work parties.

What’s a work party? Each of the ONI work parties is an informal co-working opportunity for journalists to convene in a comfortable space to work in parallel, brainstorm ideas, share resources, etc. Think of them as roving newsrooms. They’re not just for writers – photographers, broadcasters and multimedia journalists can come to network, partner on projects or work alongside other reporters. We often even have “news meetings” to discuss story ideas, potential sources and possible markets. In addition to refining story ideas, they also offer a chance to identify participants with similar interests or potential collaborators for projects. Editors: We’d love to put you in touch with freelancers; meanwhile, please feel free to point freelancers you work with in our direction.

M. Edward (Ed) Borasky (@znmeb)