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5 Reasons why the Sports World needs PR

Posted on March 5, 2018

By: Ally Pehar Being a professional athlete nowadays is no longer only about a player’s game on the field, but off the field too. Athletes have become a market of their own with the sports industry raking in billions of dollars in revenue each year. They have become a selling point, whether it’s a brand they represent or the commercialized event they are playing for, and people will buy into it. We live in a modern world where your image shapesRead More

7 Tips for being a PR Professional

Posted on March 5, 2018

By: Matilde Begliomini There’s a lot that goes into being an effective and conscious communicator when it comes to PR. Here are seven things every student journalist should keep in mind to ensure the best and most creative use of their PR skills. Know Your Audience The most important thing is knowing who your message is reaching. Understanding who you’re communicating with allows you to tailor your message accordingly and lessens the likelihood that it will be misrepresented. There’s nowhere elseRead More

Meet Laura Vanhouten

Posted on March 5, 2018

By: Hailey Bayliss Laura Vanhouten is a sophomore at the University of Oregon, who just joined Duck TV this term. Her role on set changes every week as she is figuring out her niche and passion in the entertainment world. Laura joined because she really wanted to get involved on campus in something other than Greek Life. Although she is not a Journalism major, Duck TV gives her experience in something she might want to consider in the future. It alsoRead More

A Letter from the Editor: the man who goes unnoticed

Posted on February 18, 2018

Meet Dominic Cangialosi By: Hannah Clauss Behind the camera, there are many people who work equally as hard as those in the spotlight. “You don’t get noticed as much as the people producing or acting,” says Dominic Cangialosi, editor of P.I. Joe on Duck TV. “Take it all in stride though… editing is one of the most important jobs in the process.” Cangialosi started out as a cinema studies major here at the University of Oregon, which is where heRead More


Posted on February 18, 2018

By: Katie Winkleman Ease into a slow ominous music followed by a steady male voice, who begins to spin a tale of the darker side of history. Next… “I’m Aaron Mahnke, and this… is Lore.” That’s the intro to every episode of the critically acclaimed and award-winning podcast: Lore. Mahnke started this bi-weekly podcast, in which he dives deep on one story or place whose stories have faded in the darkness of history, in 2015. Catching attention and popularity, theRead More