Jason's WCCO DeBlog

Blog URL: http://wcco.com/jasonblog

Jason DeRusha is a WCCO-TV reporter, who answers "Good Questions" nightly at 10pm. The blog deals with Questions and observations from inside the WCCO Newsroom.

Located: Minneapolis, Minnesota
Tags: news, journalism, wcco, media, DeRusha

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DeBlog is DeMoving: RSS FEED UPDATE on Feb 19, 2010After 5 years of blogging at wcco.com/jasonblog, today is the first day they can actually link one of my posts on our home page.  Seriously. So we're leaving this 3rd party software, and moving to a new site on our WCCO CMS (for you internet nerds).



Why is there no White History Month? on Feb 18, 2010To all of my viewers who keep sending me Good Question e-mails asking some variation of this: If February is Black History Month, why is there no White History Month?  Or Native American History Month? November is Native American Heritage Month, so...



Do Job Sites Work? on Feb 15, 2010By Allison Janney, WCCO-TV Good Question Intern   “Do job websites really work?” -- Adam Saltmarsh from Osakis   As a graduating senior, I have recently put a lot of energy into job searching, hoping to avoid unemployment in May. I hear horror...



How Do They Count Super Bowl Viewers? on Feb 10, 2010I've been getting hammered with e-mails from people asking: How do they know how many people watch the Super Bowl? It's a great question, and one we've tackled before in regards to television ratings. [Check out that story.] It's not all that differ...



Help Rename My Blog on Feb 8, 2010Several years ago, we had a contest to name this blog.  The winner, was Bob Moffitt, who selected the name "DeBlog."  Like "DeRusha."  Clever. But here's the problem.  I don't know of anyone who ever calls this thing "DeBlog."  We call it "Jason...



REPLY ALL: Hair Questions on Feb 5, 2010By Allison Janney, WCCO-TV Good Question InternMy first attempt at hard-hitting journalism will tackle hair questions we have received from viewers. Not to worry, I’m going to save “What determines gas prices?” and “How will health care refor...