News Production Assistant
Donald Orr is a news production assistant for OPB through the Emerging Northwest Journalists Internship created by AAJA-Portland and the Oregon chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists.
He was an NPR Next Generation Radio fellow at Capital Public Radio. He’s previously worked as the Station Manager and Productions Director at KBVR-FM, where he helped launch podcast production at Oregon State University. He also worked as a Digital Engagement Specialist and News Contributor for Orange Media Network.
Send Donald story ideas at email@example.com.
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Crater Lake is cracking down with fines and citations on illegal off-road vehicles in Oregon’s sensitive national park.
The bike tour will let cyclists ride on seven bridges across the Willamette River, including the upper decks of the Fremont and Marquam bridges, areas not usually available for bikes.
The sheriff of Benton County, Oregon, is facing a $1 million federal lawsuit from a former deputy who says the sheriff and the county violated his civil rights.
Mayor Ted Wheeler said the Ritz-Carlton luxury hotel project will generate one of the largest single investments in affordable housing in Portland.