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OKG Newsletter

Topic: reporter

‘A little bit unreal’

Oklahoma City native Anthony Shadid, a Pulitzer Prize winner, reflects on surviving the invasion of Baghdad and his current book tour.


Ben Fenwick
Editor's note: In light of the Feb. 16 death of Anthony Shadid, Oklahoma Gazette has pulled this Sept. 28, 2005, article from its archives.
Friday, February 17, 2012

Remembering Anthony Shadid


Phil Bacharach
What I remember most about Anthony Shadid from high school was his laugh. It was disarmingly infectious. His eyes would crinkle and his head would tilt back, and he reminded me of a young Ringo Starr, all smiles and shy charm.
Friday, February 17, 2012

When newspeople make news


Gazette staff
As a journalist, it’s probably best that the only place your name ends up in a newspaper is in the byline.
Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Crime Does Not Pay: The Complete Shorts Collection (1935-1947)

Look who broke out of obscurity jail.


Rod Lott
Coming presumably from the deepest, darkest, dankest corner of Warner Archives’ basement, right by the leaky pipe from which hangs an opossum about to give birth, comes a true obscurity: Crime Does Not Pay: The Complete Shorts Collection (1935-1947).
Monday, June 25, 2012

Skirting the law?


Gazette staff
The May 25 arrest of an Oklahoman newspaper reporter for taking inappropriate photos proved irresistible for British tabloids. Screamed one wordy headline in The Daily Mail: “Oklahoma newspaper reporter arrested for ‘taking up-skirt pictures of teen girls’ at emotional graduation for students from tornado-ravaged Moore.”
Tuesday, June 4, 2013

News to clues

With Whodunnit?, a local TV news reporter makes a bid for reality TV riches.


Mark Beutler
A new reality show includes a familiar face for local TV viewers. Among the contestants of Whodunnit?, a murder-mystery game premiering at 8 p.m. Sunday on ABC (KOCO Channel 5 locally), is KWTV Channel 9 news reporter Adrianna Iwasinski.
Wednesday, June 19, 2013

‘Bumper’ had prior history


Tim Farley
On Oct. 30, Nathaniel Zeke Campfield, a former reporter for The Oklahoman, pleaded no contest to a disorderly conduct charge after being accused of “disrupting the public order of the community by repeatedly bumping into multiple women on purpose” at the May 25 Moore High School graduation ceremony held at Cox Convention Center.
Wednesday, November 20, 2013