December 17, 2004
(Updated) For Visiting OPB Listeners
This Thread's For You
Note: This post has been updated. Any and all updates appear at the end of the original post.
While we continue in the background to cobble together some items on actual news, we figured some sort of place-holder item might be in order, in case any listeners of this afternoon's edition of Oregon Territory come through.
If you have any reaction, comments, or questions feel free to post them in the comments to this item, and hopefully we and other Oregon bloggers will offer some response.
Meanwhile, here's a K5M post with live updates posted during the broadcast which ended half an hour or so ago. If anyone missed the show, the above-linked page for Oregon Territory has links to the archived streaming audio.
As suggested over on BlueOregon we'll try to get a transcript of the broadcast together for posting here, though that may not happen until over the weekend, unless someone else beats us to it.
And our thanks to host Christy George and her producer Pete Springer for not participating in the media habit of too often mangling things. We, at least, are satisfied that what aired is a pretty accurate representation of the discussion.
First, we really are getting other writing done for posting this weekend, it's just taking a little longer than we had hoped. Plus, we had to run downtown to the Multnomah County Library, where the opening reception for an exhibit on World War II shipyard workers was being held.
But the real reason for this update is to say that the archived mp3s of this broadcast are still not functioning. Email has been sent and passed along to the technical people behind the OPB site, but we have no idea what their weekend schedule is like, so it's still just a matter of checking now and then to see if its been properly posted.
As of early this afternoon, the archived streams are now functioning properly. We haven't had the chance to check them, but we assume that the second one is where the Oregon blogger discussion happens.