- Media in Portland, Oregon
Portland, Oregon, United States supports a multitude of media, including long-established newspapers, television and radio stations, a number of smaller local art, culture, neighborhood and political publications, filmmaking and, most recently, Internet media development. As of the fall of 2009, Portland has the 22nd largest newspaper, the 23rd largest radio and the 22nd largest television market in the United States. The Portland media market also serves Vancouver, Washington.
The Oregonian is the only daily general-interest newspaper serving Portland. It also circulates throughout the state and in Clark County, Washington. The Vancouver, Washington-based newspaper The Columbian also covers general news from Portland.
Smaller local newspapers, distributed free of charge in newspaper boxes and at venues around the city, include the Portland Tribune (general-interest paper published on Thursdays), Willamette Week (general-interest alternative weekly), the The Portland Mercury (another weekly, targeted at younger urban readers), and The Asian Reporter (a weekly covering Asian news, both international and local).
Portland Indymedia is one of the oldest and largest Independent Media Centers. The Portland Alliance, a largely anti-authoritarian progressive monthly, is the largest radical print paper in the city. Just Out, published in Portland twice monthly, is the region's foremost LGBT publication. A biweekly paper, Street Roots, is also sold within the city by members of the homeless community.
The Portland Business Journal, a weekly, covers business-related news, as does the Daily Journal of Commerce. Portland Monthly is a monthly news and culture magazine. The Bee, over 100 years old, is another neighborhood newspaper serving the inner southeast neighborhoods.
The Portland metro area is the 22nd largest U.S. market area with 1,086,900 homes and 0.992% of the U.S. market. The major network television affiliates include:
- KATU 2 (ABC)
- KOIN 6 (CBS)
- KGW 8 (NBC)
- KOPB-TV 10 Oregon Public Broadcasting (PBS)
- KPTV 12 (Fox)
- KPXG 22 (ION)
- KNMT 24 (TBN)
- KRCW-TV 32 (The CW)
- KUNP-LP 47 (Univision)
- KPDX 49 (MyNetworkTV)
The Portland metro area is the 23rd largest radio market in the U.S.
Call sign Frequency City of License  Owner Format  KPOJ 620 AM Portland Clear Channel Progressive Talk KXTG 750 AM Portland Alpha Broadcasting Sports KPDQ 800 AM Portland Salem Communications Christian radio KPAM 860 AM Troutdale Pamplin News/Talk KKSN 910 AM Vancouver, WA Entercom Local Alternative rock KUFO 970 AM Portland Alpha Broadcasting Talk KOOR 1010 AM Milwaukee Bustos Media Spanish News/Talk KXPD 1040 AM Tigard Churchill Media Chinese KFXX 1080 AM Portland Entercom Sports (ESPN Radio) KXET 1150 AM Portland Bustos Media Spanish Hits KEX 1190 AM Portland Clear Channel News/Talk KRYN 1230 AM Gresham Bustos Media Regional Mexican KKPZ 1330 AM Portland Crawford Broadcasting Christian radio KUIK 1360 AM Hillsboro News/Talk KBNP 1410 AM Portland Business Talk KBPS 1450 AM Portland Portland Public Schools Educational KBMS 1480 AM Vancouver Urban AC KGDD 1520 AM Oregon City Bustos Media Regional Mexican KKOV 1550 AM Vancouver Pamplin Media Talk KDZR 1640 AM Lake Oswego Disney Kids (Radio Disney) KBVM 88.3 FM Portland University of Portland Catholic religious KLVP 88.7 FM Sandy EMF Contemporary Christian K-LOVE KMHD 89.1 FM Gresham OPB Jazz KPFR 89.5 FM Pine Grove Family Radio Christian Radio KQAC 89.9 FM Portland All Classical Public Media, Inc. Classical music KZRI 90.3 FM Welches EMF Christian Rock AIR-1 KBOO 90.7 FM Portland Variety KOPB-FM 91.5 FM Portland OPB Public Radio KGON 92.3 FM Portland Entercom Classic Rock KRYP 93.1 FM Gladstone Salem Communications Regional Mexican KPDQ-FM 93.9 FM Portland Salem Communications Christian Radio KZZR 94.3 FM Government Camp Bustos Media Regional Mexican KNRK 94.7 FM Camas Entercom Alternative KBFF 95.5 FM Portland Alpha Broadcasting Hot AC KWLZ 96.3 FM West Linn Horizon Media CP KYCH-FM 97.1 FM Portland Entercom Adult Hits KNRQ 97.9 FM Tualatin Cumulus Media CP KUPL-FM 98.7 FM Portland Alpha Broadcasting Country KWJJ-FM 99.5 FM Portland Entercom Country KKRZ 100.3 FM Portland Clear Channel Contemporary Hit Radio KXL-FM 101.1 FM Portland Alpha Broadcasting News/Talk KINK 101.9 FM Portland Alpha Broadcasting AAA KKCW 103.3 FM Beaverton Clear Channel AC KFIS 104.1 FM Scappoose Salem Communications Contemporary Christian KRSK 105.1 FM Mollala Entercom Hot AC KFBW 105.9 FM Vancouver, WA Clear Channel Classic Rock KLTH 106.7 FM Lake Oswego Clear Channel Classic Hits K296FT 107.1 FM West Haven College rock KXJM 107.5 FM Banks Clear Channel Rhythmic CHR
- ^ a b Market Ranks and Schedule (1-50) (2009). Arbitron.com.
- ^ Nielsen Media Research Local Universe Estimates The Nielson Company
- ^ FM Query - FM Radio Technical Information - Audio Division (FCC) USA
- ^ AM Query - AM Radio Technical Information - Audio Division (FCC) USA
- ^ Station Information Profile
City of Portland, Oregon Radio stations in the Portland, Oregon metropolitan area market By FM frequency By AM frequency NOAA Weather Radio frequency162.525 · 162.550 By callsignK220IN · K228EU · K240CZ · K242AF · K272EL · K274AR · K283BL · K296FT · KBFF · KBMS · KBNP · KBOO · KBPS · KBVM · KDZR · KEX¹ · KFBW · KFIS · KFXX · KGDD · KGON · KIG98 · KINK · KKCW · KKOV · KKPZ · KKRZ · KKSN · KLVP · KLTH · KMHD · KNRK · KOOR · KOPB-FM · KPAM · KPDQ · KPDQ-FM · KPFR · KPOJ · KPWX · KQAC · KRRC · KRSK · KRYN · KRYP · KUFO · KUIK · KUPL-FM · KWBY · KWIP · KWJJ-FM · KXET · KXJM · KXL-FM · KXPD · KXTG · KYCH-FM · KZME · KZRI · KZZR · WNG604 · WPHG710² HistoricKISN · KQIV Future move-in
Oregon Radio Markets: Bend • Eugene-Springfield • Medford-Ashland • Portland
Washington Radio Markets: Seattle-Tacoma • Spokane • Richland-Kennewick-Pasco • Vancouver, WA/Portland, OR • Wenatchee • Yakima
Other Washington Radio Regions: Northwest Washington • Lewiston, ID • Pullman-Moscow¹ = Clear-channel stations with extended nighttime coverage.♦ = fully or partial simulcasting stations
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