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Posts Tagged ‘Keith Sharon’

Final Numbers from OC Register ‘News Mob’ Are In

Go big or go home.

That could have been the motto for The Orange County Register‘s “news mob” on Opening Day at Angels Stadium last Friday.

LA Observed obtained the final numbers from OC Register editor Keith Sharon:

+ 91 reporters, editors, photographers, graphic artists, designers, videographers, bloggers and miscellaneous Register and Freedom employees.

+ 56 stories (5 of them with multiple live updates.)

+ 845 photographs either taken live or posted by the Register on April 6.

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OC Register Organizing ‘News Mob’ for Angels Opener

How excited is The Orange County Register about the Los Angeles Angels season opener next Friday?

The newspaper will have more than 100 writers, editors, bloggers, photographers, videographers, graphic artists, designers, advertising representatives and marketing staff members providing coverage surrounding Albert Pujols‘ first regular season game with the Angels on April 6 against the Kansas City Royals.

No pressure, Albert.

LA Observed has the memo from Angels editor Keith Sharon:

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OC Register Makes Worst Persons

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Keith Olbermann calls out editors Keith Sharon, Todd Harmonson and David Bean by name for allowing Mark Whicker‘s horrible sports column treating Jaycee Dugard‘s 18 year detainment by a pedophile like she was in a curious soap opera-like coma where all she wanted was to see a sports page.

Previously on FBLA:

  • OC Register Sports Columnist Finds Humor In Jaycee Dugard’s Ordeal

  • Local Journos Remember Tony Tranfa

    LA Observed reported yesterday on the death of Tony Tranfa, the 49-year-old online editor at the Daily Breeze.

    Forty-nine.

    His friends and co-workers were of course saddened by the news. But when they talked about Tony with FBLA, the first things to come to mind were the things that brought smiles to their faces.

    Here are a few of those:

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