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Oregon Public Broadcasting spotlights The Herald with live interview

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By GEORGE CUSTER/The Herald  —  We at The Herald were fortunate enough to be contacted by Oregon Public Broadcasting the other day and invited to join a live radio broadcast. The talk show, “Think Out Loud”, is produced by Allison Frost and hosted by Dave Miller. The subject of a portion of the show spoke to the disappearance of newspapers around the country.  However, the heart of the show centered around the emergence of rural as well as metropolitan independent nonprofit news sites that are filling the void for communities bereft of news coverage.

How to hear the broadcast

Guests on the show, along with George Custer, editor of The Highway 58 Herald, is Bradley Fuqua, editor of the Philomath News. The News is an online news site similarly structured to that of The Herald. The audio broadcast portion of the talk show can be heard here:


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