Monday, June 06, 2005

What I LIKE about Portland News

Random thoughts in NO particular order - please join in or dispute.

  • The Trib's photographers - Great pictures.
  • Neil Penland - A great set of pipes in one of the sweetest guys around.
  • Portland Mercury covers - You gotta think they're having fun when they shoot these (remember Francisconi and the Devil horns?).
  • Randy Gragg - when he shows his smarts and not his ego.
  • Kerry Tomlinson's (KPTV) Reporting - when she's not ordered to do pedophile #264, she's the best investigative reporter on TV. Period.
  • Phil Stanford - On those rare occasions when he doesn't write about Frank Gable.
  • The Nose, Murmurs, Rogue of the Week & Winners and Losers in the Willamette Week.
  • Peter Ames Carlin when he writes about network or cable TV shows. He doesn't know shit about local radio and TV. The O needs to find someone who does.
  • The passion that emits from 8th Avenue between SE Ankeny and Burnside (KBOO) but not the reporting - throw in a little balance once and a while and I might even listen more.
  • Colin Fogerty's (OPB Radio) reporting - crisp, no nonsense, a great penchant for using audio.
  • Brian Meehan's columns - He reflects the passion people have for sports and rarely writes about the circus at the Rose Quarter (thank goodness). Next to him I like Kerry Eggers.
  • Tim Hibbits - He is an icon and an institution. Who in the Portland media carry both labels?
  • The Edge.
  • Ann Schatz - Best sportscaster in town not stuck doing 90 seconds at KOIN, KPTV, KGW or KATU. No one else combines her smarts, knowledge of the games and enthusiasm, even though she does repeat some things too often (Big Fella).
  • KGW Northwest NewsChannel 8 - Wish every TV station in town followed its philosophy instead of Channel 12's.
  • John Foyston - One of the best jack-of-all-trade writers for O. Loves beer.
  • Shawn Levy - One of the few movie critics I agree with.
  • Nigel Jacquiss' stories about Goldschmidt and PGE - He's on a roll.
  • Wm. (tm) Steven Humphrey - The man's a hoot - no matter what's on his radar.
  • John Becker - KGW Reporter - Best in the market. Too bad he wants to be an anchorman.
  • Amy Martinez Starke - The one great breakthrough for the O in the past few years is letting someone tell stories about the passing of others. Makes it worthwhile turning to the obit page.
  • Mike Donahue - KOIN Reporter - Best anchor reporting on TV. Will KOIN let him go to take his huge audience of fans elsewhere? This might become the most interesting story in TV.
  • Paul Bukta (KATU) - Best night reporter on TV.
  • Jacob Lewin (KINK) - Good reporter - great interviewer.
  • Good Day Oregon's Kim Maus and Pete Ferryman - But I can't stand Drew Carney - count me in the minority, I guess.
  • b!X & BoJack in the blogsphere. I guess they're now part of the mainstream media. Sorry guys.

Things I miss:

  • Ray Summers, Daria doing weather on WB (she's not the same on KPDX - looks like deer in the headlights), 7 Days on OPB (even though it moved like a snail, that was interesting talk), Rob Marciano, radio that wasn't rushing to get to the next commercial break, local sports on TV, short weather segments on TV, never hearing the term "traffic and weather together" or "team coverage" - who cares? A news manager at KOIN who would kindly show Ed Whelan the door to retirement. Finally, one great anchor on TV or radio that pulls me in. Right now, there isn't one in the market, like Donahue, Shirley Hancock, Kathy Smith or Bill Lagatutta were in the 80's & 90's, (Jim Howe on radio) or Gianola was before his ego got the best of him. Steve Dunn could be, but he seems tired or unchallenged.


Blogger James said...

Good list, I'd add O columnist Steve Duin about 50% - 75% of the time. Every so often is reads like he's mailed it in. But then he comes out swinging with great whoppers or total tear-jerkers.

Monday, June 06, 2005 6:45:00 PM  
Anonymous WeatherGeek said...

"short weather segments on TV"???

Where did this come from? You need to get a stopwatch.
Weathercasts in Portland are shorter now then they were ten years ago (much shorter at KOIN). Average was 3:30-4:00 on the evening shows through the mid 1990's, but most are 3-3:30 now.

And most are far more relevant and detailed (except KOIN again). No one ever used to give temps for the surrounding metro cities, or a 7 day forecast.

Remember all that national weather crap we did??? I remember not being able to crawl out of Iowa rainstorms once, what did that have to do with Portland?

Monday, June 06, 2005 7:56:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

In some ways, isn't KBOO the only electronic media outlet that covers anything in depth locally? Interviews with authors, artists, visiting speakers that actually go on for a half hour? Actual discussions of issues with people who have some knowledge? Is that going on anywhere else?

Monday, June 06, 2005 9:15:00 PM  
Anonymous coveredwagon said...

Whoot, whoot! for Ann Schatz. That gal has a real sports passion and amiable style that's awesome.

Monday, June 06, 2005 11:15:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why you should all be frightened by KPTV...
1. The prop drawer.
2. Their preoccupation with pedophiles.
3. Their refusal to put informed officials on the air.
4. Lack of a community conscience.
5. Staged live shots...shot wildly off the shoulder to incite yet more drama and fear.
6. A child of FOX.
7. Lacking even the basic journalistic ethics of accuracy and fairness (with the exception of Jim Hyde).
8. Pandering to fear and championing embellishment.
9. Yet more sex stories.
10. KGW,KATU and KOIN management watch religiously and steal ideas for their own newscasts.

Monday, June 06, 2005 11:17:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I hope I don't sound like I'm "bash"-ing or belittling anyone... just making a few comments about how someone who's not in the industry who used to watch TV news until they couldn't take all the embedded garbage from the Iraq crap says it as they see it:

Weathergeek: Good point - I remember all the coverage all the local stations did about the floods in the Midwest US in the early 90s, and everyone seemed to pay more attention to that than what was going on elsewhere

Ed Whelan: great when "Burnt Busciut Awards," the "Crummy Game of the Night," and calling the Clippers the "L.A. Slippers" were fun... I haven't watched news in a long time, but when I did see Whelan last, it seems these things have become sponsored to hell... who really cares.

Best sportscaster since Whelan: Charlie "How's Your Energy Portland?!" Minn. I wonder what he's up to these days...

Monday, June 06, 2005 11:18:00 PM  
Blogger The One True b!X said...

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Monday, June 06, 2005 11:36:00 PM  
Anonymous 2524212 said...

In response to "Why you should be frightened by KPTV":

Many of us refuse to respect a reality in today's news business: "interesting" news gets higher ratings than "informative" news.

I agree with many of the descriptive statements about KPTV (except for the lacking accuracy and fairness one... I don't think that's the case). And I assume that we're discussing the station's 10pm news product. But what needs to be mentioned is that the tactics listed are examples of how KPTV is trying to make their product "interesting"... especially to people 25-54 years old. And when looking at the station's demo-rating trends, viewers are indeed finding The 10 O'Clock News to be "interesting".

I will admit, to us news purists, it is frustrating to see the "interesting" news concept work effectively. It's not journalism the way it used to be. But if you need to blame anyone... blame our audience for their continued appetite for "interesting" news. KPTV's direction is in direct response to viewer demand.

Tuesday, June 07, 2005 12:48:00 AM  
Anonymous no one in particular said...

But if you need to blame anyone... blame our audience for their continued appetite for "interesting" news.

I choose instead to blame the gays and jews that run the media. Damn you, gays and jews!!!

Tuesday, June 07, 2005 3:15:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I agree about Drew Carney. What a goober. He reminds me very much of the Jim Carrey role in 'Bruce Almightly'.

Tuesday, June 07, 2005 6:26:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good list except Phil Stanford. The guy is an arrogant ass who has been obsessed with trashing DT pdx in everything he writes over the last few months. They guy wishes he lived in 1920 and can't handle any change.

Tuesday, June 07, 2005 6:55:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Add to thinks I like: Tom D'Antoni's stories on Oregon Art Beat.

Tuesday, June 07, 2005 7:39:00 AM  
Blogger PDXMediaWatcher said...

Weathergeek: I will agree that the real segments are about the same, maybe shorter... BUT. When it starts to snow in November - boom - live shot from Hood - two minute weather. When the wind picks up at the coast - boom - live shot Cannon Beach - two minute weather. Weather people have never understood that simplicity is better, and while there is better attention to surrounding areas and more complete forecasts, no one has ever shown me why we need an 2:30 explaination every night when the weather is pretty much the same as the day before. Except in severe circumstances.

Tuesday, June 07, 2005 7:50:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Brian Meehan? good grief: here's yet another hard-working team of white males playing the game the way my grandpappy played it way back when. The entire column is a cliche even before the cliches start cascading on us in the first sentence. Unfortunately, sports is an "area of opportunity" in the Portland market, both print and broadcast.

Tuesday, June 07, 2005 8:38:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jeez, with all those excellent Tribune writers, you gave your shout-out to Stanford?

Tuesday, June 07, 2005 9:00:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jeff Gianola, KOIN's own Mt. St. Helens, ready to erupt at any second. You go, Jeff!

Tuesday, June 07, 2005 9:01:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Duin and Susan Nielsen should be on this list.

Tuesday, June 07, 2005 9:54:00 AM  
Anonymous Sarah Bott said...

Thank god-something positive!

Tuesday, June 07, 2005 10:31:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I miss real news and real politics on TV news, making me a party of one or two.

Imagine if our sleepy Puddletown TV reporters woke up and shot images of the semi-monthly (in session) cocktail parties in the KOIN Tower penthouse home of the Oregon Liquor Association's chief lobbyist... oh for just ONE pan of the slightly-better-dressed-than-Garanimals crowd -- hi Karen!... hi Mark!... hi Governor!

I like to see the MONEY and the POWER, but that's little ol me!

Tuesday, June 07, 2005 10:40:00 AM  
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"I like to see the MONEY and the POWER, but that's little ol me!"

It's like to have money and power. Well, maybe just money.

Tuesday, June 07, 2005 11:09:00 AM  
Anonymous KPDXneedsnewtalent said...

Daria on WB? You liked that? I think she is awful on KPDX and was awful on WB. She has no tv talent whatsoever. I cannot stand watching her on those promo's they run. I don't know what spell she has put on Portland, but she is awful and should not be on tv. There are much more talented local people that should be doing that job. She should stick what she is good at and stay far away from the camera.

Tuesday, June 07, 2005 11:45:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I can see how Drew Carney antics could get on some people's nerves (especially news purists), but I've seen the recent research that was done at KPTV and heard about a similar research project done recently at KOIN. Both had the same findings. There are a lot of people who LOVE the guy. In fact, the research was overwhelmingly positive concerning him. You can choose to believe it or not. But I'm telling you, the guy has an audience - especially middle-aged women.

Tuesday, June 07, 2005 1:33:00 PM  
Blogger PDXMediaWatcher said...

That's why I started this thread. I'm not right - just right about what I like. I know Drew is hot, and that weather is king, and that people hate Stanford, etc. I wanted to hear more about what's right with Portland media, since we've spent the last few week analyzing what doesn't hit for most of us.

Tuesday, June 07, 2005 2:26:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Good Day Oregon"- I agree about Drew Carney. But Pete Ferryman always seems just a hair off kilter. He is stumbles through the tele-prompter. I dont find him compelling in the least. I have always thought they could get someone smoother. Wayne Garcia has filled in for him a few times and he seems so much more composed. Mike Donohue-is the very best in town and completely getting rolled by KOIN. What a waste!

Tuesday, June 07, 2005 3:06:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I thought we were supposed to be talking about what we liked. Once again the jealous meanies are taking pot shots.

Tuesday, June 07, 2005 3:45:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i like the fact that the Fox people aren't plastic and polished in the morning. they seem real

Tuesday, June 07, 2005 4:18:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I would add Su Yim and Kristi Turnquist to reporters whose bylines I notice and whose writing I like. You'd think there'd be nothing to making Living stories interesting, but many don't. These two are consistently strong.

At the Trib, Joseph Gallivan and Eric Bartells correspond nicely.

And I think that the Oregonian's Canzano and Meehan are both excellent, albeit at different speeds, and complement one another nicely.

Tuesday, June 07, 2005 6:53:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Maybe anonymous at 11:45 is not a straight male? The spell Daria cast on Portland is called "boobies." I'm not one to normally assume a beautiful woman only got where she is because of her looks, but in Daria's case, what's the other possibility? I'm sorry, Daria. I'm not dissing you, just the people who would hire you to do television.

Tuesday, June 07, 2005 8:12:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Another vote for Meehan. He coached my son in Babe Ruth baseball a few years ago and I got to know him; a genuinely insightful and compassionate man whose assignment is sports, but who could handle anything at all. He's at his best in long-form stuff, but his regular column takes you to places where average writers can't go.

Tuesday, June 07, 2005 8:37:00 PM  
Anonymous 2524212 said...

Here are my Portland TV bests:

- GOOD DAY OREGON. I've said it before and I'll say it again. The broadcast has the right people with the right chemistry in the right format. KPTV could only be so lucky should this group stick around for a while.

- STEVE DUNN & MIKE DONAHUE. Each awesome, but in different ways. Dunn's anchoring Emmy is well-deserved, and he's been here long enough to be a real Portland anchor. Personable and versatile, he's finally KATU's main guy after sitting in the shadow of others for so long. And Donahue is a refreshing reminder of how news can and should be presented -- deep, thoughtful, and informative. Kudos to him for enduring all the KOIN chaos.

- KGW MANAGEMENT. They've made smart decisions and haven't fumbled. Their product is superior, and because of that KGW makes the most money & commands the highest respect. It's nice to see that taking the high-road can still pay off.

Tuesday, June 07, 2005 11:36:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

To anonymous at 8:12PM, Daria does like to stick out her "boobies" on KPDX, but that's all she has going for her. I can't stand her voice, face, hair, etc... It's all so harsh looking. I hope she gets far away from TV asap

Wednesday, June 08, 2005 12:59:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Uh, and people complain that television is so shallow ("Anonymous, 12:59 a.m.")? Nice critique of Daria. Not really.

Daria's morning shows on KNRK were a riot, so I guess I would add "personality" to the mix of things to like. Feel free to unload your "face built for radio" jokes, but I think they are misguided. If, however, we are trolling the shallows here, then I would like to add "nice smile, pretty teeth" to the benefits column. Maybe you could get her to slump forward if her posture is a problem?

Just trying to find a happy median. I think we found the unhappy mean.

Wednesday, June 08, 2005 10:07:00 AM  
Blogger Bart said...

I especially agree with the choice of Mike Donahue and Amy Martinez Starke. Both outstanding in their respective efforts. KPTV could at least be consistent with their overall approach and give Daria her own half talking, just a slow shimmy would work well.

Wednesday, June 08, 2005 10:59:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yep, Daria's got a nice rack, but she's no bimbo. Smart, Articulate, and very witty. I've worked with her...great gal.

Mike fellow. Yes, he's endured much at KOIN, but I think you'll be seeing more of him soon. Management recognizes he's been under-utilized.

Ed Whalen...nice man, but it's time to pack it in. Contract may be up for renewal?

Gianola...go easy on him folks. Nice guy, not the egomaniac that some like to assume. Very down to earth.

Wednesday, June 08, 2005 11:20:00 AM  
Anonymous Former viewer said...

Keep Ed Whelan, the only nut on local TV who's worth watching. Love that guy. Otherwise, why watch local TV sports? Heck why watch local TV?

Columnists: Duin and Stanford. Damn right they have huge egos. They're columnists. Generally, news columnists think they're royalty. No exceptions with these two. But they are entertaining. I like them both.

The O, however, needs another sports columnist. Meehan is too old school. Canzano is a mixed bag. Ryan White, who covers UO sports, used to have a weekly column that was pretty good. He would make a third columnist aimed at those in the mid-20s to late 30s with his quick wit and consice writing.

Wednesday, June 08, 2005 12:26:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ed Whelan, Jeff Gianola, Mike Donahue: It's over, guys.

Brian Meehan: If it isn't the insufferable boosterism preseason -- "This could be the year for the Ducks/Beavers/Blazers/Mariners" -- or postseason, "Sure they sucked, but they're going in the right direction," we get to hear about the Lake Oswego Little League. The guy can be a good storyteller, but as a sports columnist, forget it. Lost a lot of credibility a few years ago when he annointed the Brian Jackson/Knappa basketballers the best prep team in Oregon history when there were at least three others who were as dominant in their day, and against a much higher level of competiton. It's long since to the point where it's See the Byline, Turn the Page.

John Canzano: Best sports columnist The O has had. Ever. The guy goes out and finds news. Sometimes his columns ARE the news. (Remember asking Damon to pee in a cup?) Too bad the rest of the section is such a mess. Oh, well. Rumor has it Bizz editor Mark Hester will be taking over in Jockland. Hope he brings a new broom.

Jonathan Nicholas: Please. The only thing I want to know about this guy is what happens to all that Cycle Oregon money. I mean, they take in something over a million every year in entry fees alone from Joe and Jane Tenspeed, plus sponsorships. I read about them handing out a few thousand here and there, but where's the rest of the money go? At least the Hood-to-Coast guys admit they're a for-profit operation.

Rose Festival: Used to think there were about six people who cared about the Queen. Guess there's seven. Rose Festival is crap, a vestige of bygone days that's now a quaint anomaly in the People's Republic of Portland, like those Rosarians in their ice-cream suits and straw boaters. Why would one want to be part of the Rose Festival Association? Or support it? Particularly after this Buffalo Soldier fiasco? It's always seemed creepy to me, but then I've been around it my entire life.

Local anchors: Wish they'd stop reading the news like they just heard about it. Sure, consultants probably saying that's how it should be read, but wish they had a little more gravitas instead of this tone of astonishment. Doesn't do much for credibility and that is ALL news organizations have to sell. Shauna Parsons is a nice-looking girl but always looks like she's gonna start laughing as soon as they're clear. Of course, maybe she is...and listening to her read some of this blather, I can't blame her.

Phil Stanford: I may be the only person who actually read his "Portland Babylon" tome (while laid up from a car crash). At least I haven't met anyone who has even heard of it. The book is somewhat interesting in trying to dig up the seamier details of the city's past, but ultimately it all falls into the "So What?" category. Which describes his columns exactly. And that Francke obsession? Phil, if you got the goods, let's see 'em. Otherwise, shut up.

Su Yim, Kristi Turnquist, Peter Carlin: All excellent examples of skillful writers able to use style and occasional snarkiness to mask what appears to be a superficial understanding of their subject matter. I mean, if a goober like ME notices omissions and errors of fact, we can't be talking authoritative journalists. By the way, do they have actual editors at that paper, or just proofreaders?

"Excellent Tribune writers:" Those would be who exactly? And don't say Kerry Eggers, who is such a suck-up he should have ORECK tattooed on his chest.

Good Day Oregon: Don't watch it. Don't know anyone who does. But saying it's the best thing in Portland seems akin to being the best polo team in Clatskanie. Let's face it folks, this is a minor-league town (not "city") with minor-league media. And that includes The O.

Daria: Likely have seen her at some point, but not that I remember. There are so many people trying to be seen as "hip" or "edgy" it's easy to lose them in the shuffle.

Us "News Purists" : Define the term specifically, please.

Something good about Portland media: It could be worse. Probably.

Wednesday, June 08, 2005 12:47:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Something positive on local T.V. that has been over looked: Oregon Field Guide.

That show is amazing. The photography, the stories, the locals...all in our backyard.

I always lament that it's only 30 minutes long, but I look forward to and savor every minute. Thank you Steve Amen, Jeff Douglas and everyone else connected to such an outstanding production

Wednesday, June 08, 2005 1:06:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oregon Field Guide does 13 new shows per season. Oregon Art Beat does 35.

Wednesday, June 08, 2005 1:09:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Don't make this into a "my dad can beat up your dad" argument.

They are both excellent shows. I like them both. Oregon Field Guide is more suited to my tastes than Oregon Art Beat.

It's nice to have both of these shows available to us and catered to our specific state.

Wednesday, June 08, 2005 2:04:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes, Oregon Field Guide is awesome. Nice to see our tax dollars making some great entertainment, instead of knocking down Sunni mosques. Thanks OPB!

Wednesday, June 08, 2005 2:18:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Since Oregon Field Guide is produced locally, it doesn't really get any tax money.

Oregon ceased funding public television a few years ago.

Wednesday, June 08, 2005 11:02:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I find it impossible to believe that no tax dollars are used to fund Oregon Field Guide. Any OPB folks out there? Jeff? Steve?

I always thought OPB meant Oregon PUBLIC Broadcasting.

Thursday, June 09, 2005 1:36:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

As OPB folks fear for their jobs because of impending cutbacks, let me assure you the OPB gets no state money. CPB is another story. Of course with Ken Tomlinson in charge, red states are probably going to get shafted.
The "Public" in OPB means the GENERAL public.
Most of the money is going OUT of OPB to PBS and NPR.

Thursday, June 09, 2005 9:03:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

To Phil Stanford (and others):

"P-Town" is annoying. Don't know why, it just is!

To Jonathan Nicholas: Please do a swan dive off The Vista Bridge.
(You know, The Vista Bridge...West Hills? You sure as hell know where that is!)

Saturday, June 11, 2005 7:28:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

P-Town reminds me of the Smart Park elevators at the Galleria. Yuk.

Saturday, June 11, 2005 12:52:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If the Big O's gossip section uses the term "aisle walk" for wedding one more time, I will cancel my subscription 4ever. Argghhh!

Monday, June 13, 2005 3:54:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I would like to add to this list vast number of faceless/nameless masses that do the REAL work in radio/tv. The producers, writers and editors!
We're the ones who make the anchors and reporters look good. Without us feeding them the information (say, during breaking news), they'd sink!
We're the ones who notice when info in their stories doesn't match up with the wires.
We're the ones taking calls from the live shots to transcribe scripts that the reporters could have done before they left the building (but were too 'busy' to do).
We're also the ones who how to effectively (and productively) use the computers!
Without us, you'd be looking at a blank screen!

Friday, June 17, 2005 1:28:00 PM  
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i have to agree with the comment about tom d'antoni. who has done more for the portland music scene in general? i find his stories very entertaining and professional.

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