Murmurs: Deputy Fife Rides the Portland Streetcar.

There’s more trouble for Diversified Abilities, a Happy Valley company designated by the state as a qualified rehabilitation facility (“Janitorial Mess,” WW, June 26, 2013). As WW reported, Di   More
Wednesday, July 17, 2013 WW Editorial Staff

Re: Unauthorized Use

A letter from the Oregonian's lawyer regarding a WW series of diner reviews


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Tuesday, July 9, 2013 WW Staff

Letter from New Orleans

A report on the Newhousing of the Times-Picayune

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Dear Portland:Sorry to hear about your paper. We in New Orleans got “Newhoused” a year ago, and readers of The Times-Picayune are still grousing. Advance Publications promised us, and yo   More
Wednesday, June 26, 2013 Kevin Allman

The Oregonian Takes Big Step That Hints the End of Daily Publishing is Coming


There are new signs that the owners of The Oregonian are moving forward with plans to end daily publication of the state's biggest newspaper.On May 17, the Oregonian Publishing Co. filed an application with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for protection of a new brand name: Oregonian Media Group.For the employees of the state's biggest newspaper—and anyone concerned by the paper's ...   More
Friday, June 14, 2013 AARON MESH

The Oregonian is Reducing Home Delivery Days, Laying Off Staff

Will move from Broadway offices, offer web edition called "MyDigitalO"


The Oregonian confirmed this morning that the paper will reduce print delivery to three four days a week. Publisher N. Christian Anderson III informed staff just before 10 am that the paper will continue to publish seven days a week, but will only deliver to subscribers on a limited number of days.Clarification at 9:15 pm: The Oregonian's initial report Thursday morning said, "Home delivery will be ...   More
Thursday, June 20, 2013 AARON MESH

The Billionaires Who Own The Oregonian Are Getting Richer


Most Portlanders are aware of the challenges facing The Oregonian. The largest newspaper in the state has been hammered by declining revenues, falling circulation declines and several rounds of buyouts and layoffs. The newspaper is expected to cut more staff and reduce its publishing schedule from seven days a week to three, following the route of other papers owned by its parent, Advance Publications ...   More
Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Oregonian Employees Told to "Optimize" 2013

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Oregonian newsroom employees were handed laminated cards this week with the paper's 2013 "strategic initiatives."The wallet-sized handouts, which some O tipster sent to Jim Romenesko's media blog, are full of enough corporate speak to make any self-respecting wordsmith do a face palm.One gem: "Optimize customer experiences across platforms to strengthen our brand."The initiatives—which also ask employees ...   More
Friday, February 8, 2013 ANDREA DAMEWOOD

Jack Ohman Will Draw for Sacramento Bee


Political cartoonist Jack Ohman, who took a buyout from The Oregonian on Monday, is going to the Sacramento Bee. Ohman has drawn cartoons for The O for 29 years and was a Pulitzer finalist last year. Ohman has said his departure was not related to the direction the newspaper has taken under Publisher N. Christian Anderson III. The Bee's history with editorial cartoonists is wound tightly with ...   More
Thursday, November 1, 2012 AARON MESH

Oregonian's Michelle Cole Takes Job With Lobbying Firm Gallatin Public Affairs


The Oregonian's state capitol bureau reporter, Michelle Cole, is leaving the daily to join the lobbying firm Gallatin Public Affairs.Cole, a veteran journalist who has won the state’s biggest prize for investigative reporting, is set to become Gallatin Public Affairs’ first director of content and research. She starts Dec. 1, according to an email send by the firm. Gallatin did not immediately ...   More
Monday, October 29, 2012 ANDREA DAMEWOOD

Cartoonist Jack Ohman Leaving Oregonian


Jack Ohman has drawn his last cartoon for The Oregonian.Ohman, who has won virtually every major award in journalism for political cartooning and was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize this year, announced his departure on Facebook today:I will miss my colleagues at The Oregonian terribly. I am proud to have worked there for 29 years; I was still taking acne medication when I started there. They all ...   More
Monday, October 29, 2012 Nigel Jaquiss and Aaron Mesh


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