Three News Outlets Form Oregon Capital Bureau to Expand Coverage

Three News Outlets Form Oregon Capital Bureau to Expand Coverage

In Oregon, newspaper publishers have recognized the need to provide their communities with better and deeper coverage of state government and politics. Their answer was the creation of the Oregon Capital Bureau.

Under the editorial leadership of veteran investigative reporter Les Zaitz, the Bureau leverages the newsroom talent of three local news organizations: the Pamplin Media Group, publisher of the Portland Tribune and 24 other weekly, twice-weekly and monthly titles; EO Media Group, publisher of the East OregonianDaily Astorian and nine other titles; and the Salem Reporter, a digital news service that Zaitz heads up as editor. The Salem Reporter—co-founded by Zaitz and real estate developer Larry Tokarski—recently launched in September.

“This collaboration will dramatically boost our in-depth coverage of state government,” Pamplin Media Group president Mark Garber said in a press release.

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