#Seattle city, culture, transpo reporter for @seattlepi. Formerly @bozchron, @goskagit. Snowboarder, photog, commenter on politics. RT ≠ endorsement.

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Biography

I cover Seattle culture, business and transportation for SeattlePI.com. We are an online news organization (formerly a print paper, until 2009) covering the greater Seattle area.

Before I tromped into the world of journalism, I was a steel carpenter and drywall contractor, and, before that, an el...

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@Daniel_DeMay — 1,330 followers, 2,667 tweets

Jul 21, 2017

As I sit waiting for a ferry, it seems an appropriate time to share @wsdot's little map of traffic delays expected next week east-west. https://t.co/whe9uSVVnX

Jul 20, 2017

Big thanks to everyone who participated in AMA today with myself and @scohenPI! Great questions. See full thread:  http://bit.ly/2gOC9ox 

Jul 20, 2017

RT @seattlepi: We're live! @scohenpi and @daniel_demay are answering YOUR Seattle traffic questions live on Reddit right now!…

Jul 20, 2017

And @scohenPI and I are live with our AMA about #Seattle #traffic and commuting:  http://bit.ly/2ue5CeQ  Bring on those questions!

Jul 20, 2017

Got ?? about commuting, traffic, or anything transit? @scohenPI, @Daniel_DeMay will do an AMA at noon! https://t.co/jeGUJdSGHR https://t.co/J6phCErNzs

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What was your first job as a journalist?

Distribution manager at my college paper.

Have you ever used a typewriter?

I learned to type on an old Royal. It was puke green.

How is social media changing news?

Social media allows us to break news quickly, but can often undercut the editing process. We need to be embrace it carefully going forward.

Society of Professional Journalists Award

2014 - Social Issues Reporting
Second place among medium-sized dailies for an enterprise story on migrant farm workers striking and unionizing in the Skagit Valley.

Washington Community College Journalism Award

2012 - News - Continued Coverage
Second place award for continued coverage of a story on a burglary of the music building at Shoreline Community College.