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Post by Patrick O'Callahan on March 2, 2011 at 5:47 pm with 2 Comments »
March 2, 2011 5:45 pm

Gentle readers,

We know you like to talk back to us. Here’s your chance to tell us how to make you happier.

The Tacoma News Tribune and its sister McClatchy newspapers around the country are studying ways to improve our opinion sections, both in print and on our websites. We’re collecting ideas from our readers and letter writers, and we’d like to know about your reading habits – and what you think of us.

Please take a few moments to fill out a short survey available online. Make sure you click on your region (Tacoma, for example) in Question 21.

Just click on this link to participate:

Patrick O’Callahan
Editorial page editor

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  1. hortonpeak says:

    Perhaps, rather than taking a survey, you could like have editorial writers who understand how adjectives and adverbs color their supposed “nonbiased” positions. Speaking about you, Patrick. I might add that the “news” tribune has spent more time on Washam than on some really important things. But then, as usual, they are covering their ass because they did not do any “news” reporting to start.

  2. I took the survey and could see what they were driving at but one answer struck me as pretty funny. It asked how you view the opinion material, by paper or website. One of the responses was neither. :)

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