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Matt In The News

November 25, 2009

(Last updated 6/7/11)

Following is some web-posted coverage by newspapers, blogs and radio of Seattle-based policy analyst, writer and communicator Matt Rosenberg. This portfolio reflects only one aspect of Matt's communications work, as a newsmaker, and only the last several years of a long career. Other portfolios are of web-posted newspaper and magazine articles and commentaries authored by Matt, plus speciality writing on transportation, and earned media resulting from Matt's behind-the-scenes work for his employers and clients. More here about Matt. Reach Matt at oudist (at) comcast (dot) net.


"New Media Landscape: Matt Rosenberg's Take On Building Credibility," Journalism Accelerator (Reynolds Journalism Institute, University of Missouri), March 20, 2011

"Open Government Key For Us All, Speakers Say," Seattle Times, March 15, 2011

"Seattle: A New Media Case Study," in "The State Of The News Media 2011," Pew Project For Excellence In Journalism, March, 2011

"Seattle Times Announces More Local News Partners," February 22, 2011

"Networked Journalism: Seattle," J-Lab Blog (American University School of Communication), February, 2011

The Starting Place: Washington State Law Library Quarterly Newsletter, Winter 2011

"Why Mobile Location Is Good For Your Health," Paul Brannan,, December 10, 2010

"New Journalism Ventures In The Works,"Washington News Council blog, August 10, 2010

"King County Ready For Government 2.0," Seattle Post-Intelligencer, May 18, 2010

"From Scranton To Seattle: A Contrast In Modern News Media Environments," Sustaining Democracy In A Digital Age blog, New America Media Foundation, May 18, 2010

Transportation System Will Be $64 Billion Short By 2040," Seattle Post-Intelligencer, May 11, 2010

"Road Tolling May Be A Necessary Evil for Vancouver," Vancouver, December 7, 2009

"New Cascadia Blog Article Highlights Telework Benefits," TMCNet, October 16, 2009

"Ask Not For Whom The Road Tolls," Puget Sound Business Journal "Biz Talk," September 30, 2009

"Traffic Congestion Down, But Costs To Commuters Still Up," Seattle, July 9, 2009

Matt, Talking Highway Corridor Tolling With Dori Monson, (transcript and mp3) KIRO-FM 97.3 Seattle, June 3, 2009

"Road Tolls: More Than Just 520 Bridge,", June 3, 2009

"Will More Washington Roads Take Their Toll On Drivers?" Seattle, June 1, 2009

"Ready To Try Public-Private Partnerships Yet?" Kitsap Sun, The Commute, April 2, 2009

"Partnerships A Solution For Transportation Funding?" Seattle, April 1, 2009

"Oregon Will Move To Tax Cars By The Mile," December 30, 2008

"The Week In Transportation - October 25th Edition," Los Angeles Times, Bottleneck Blog, October 25, 2008

"Down The Road," King County Executive Ron Sims' blog, September 5, 2008

"The Bus Crunch," Seattle Transit Blog, August 6, 2008

"Getting Bold About Bus Fares," Seattlest, August 6, 2008

"Ready For Our HOT Lane Test?" Tacoma News Tribune, Inside The Editorial Page, April 28, 2008

"Tracks To Remain Open On Trail-Rail Corridor," Seattle Post-Intelligencer, April 14, 2008

"Congestion Pricing: What It Isn't," Seattle Times, Bruce Ramsey, Ed Cetera blog, April 10, 2008

"What Skills Does It Take To Be A Good Blogger?" Tacoma News Tribune, Online In The South Sound, November 29, 2007

"Issues Of Commuting, Trade, The Focus Of New Blog," Tacoma News Tribune, Online In The South Sound, May 29, 2007

"With Race Obsessed," Joanne Jacobs (leading education blog by former San Jose Mercury News opinion columnist), April 12, 2007

"What's Wrong With Seattle Schools?" Olympia Business Watch, April 3, 2007


"There's Still A War On," New York Times, Opinionator blog, October 6, 2006

"Web Site Invites Political Dialogue," Seattle Times, September 11, 2006

See 10th paragraph, re ACLU Suppression Of Internal Dissent, Slate, May 24, 2006

"See 9th paragraph, "Seattle Writer Matt Rosenberg Reviews The Reviewers Who Whistle Through The Glamorization Of Terror," Slate, March 17, 2006

"Senseless In Seattle" item, James Taranto, Wall Street Journal's Opinion Journal, June 16, 2005

"Bloggers To Boeing: Your Journal Needs Work," Puget Sound Business Journal, March 18, 2005

"First Amendment Thrives In State," Mark Trahant, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, January 9, 2005

"Where Blogging Is Getting To Be Really Big," Steve Outing, Poynter Online E-Media Tidbits, December 17, 2003

"Blogs And Freedom: The Big Story," Jeff Jarvis, Buzz Machine, December 17, 2003

"Racial Justice Issues Spur Two-Day Forum," Seattle Times, January 25, 2003

"Monuments To Ignorance," Edwin Feulner, Scripps Howard News Service, August 16, 2001

"Red Alert" item in Wall Street Journal's Opinion Journal, July 6, 2001

Posted by Matt Rosenberg at November 25, 2009 09:57 PM

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