Local media

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If media entity has a web presence, but it primarily thought of as a print or broadcast outlet, please list in the appropriate print or broadcast section.

Current

Broadcast: Radio

KBOO
90.7 FM: Portland's non-commercial community radio station.

KEX
1190 AM

KOPB
91.5 FM: Oregon Public Broadcasting

KINK
101.9 FM: Mainstream commercial station with local emphasis

KZME
107.1 FM: Non-commercial, DJ-based, local rock emphasis

KPAM
860 AM

KPOJ
620 AM

Broadcast: Television

KATU
Channel 2

KGW
Channel 8

KOIN
Channel 6

KOPB
Channel 10: Oregon Public Broadcasting

KPTV
Channel 12

Print: General Interest

Grey Coast Anarchist News
"News & Information of Interest to Anarchists in the Portland Area."

The Asian Reporter
"Where the East meets the Northwest!" A weekly focus on local and international news as well as book reviews, organizations and "Asia links."

East County News
Covers East Multnomah County.

Green Living Journal

Hillsboro Argus

Just Out
Serves LGBT Communities on Oregon and SW Washington.

Lifestyles Northwest
"Dedicated to the active and healthy lifestyles."

The Oregonian
Portland's major daily newspaper.

Portland Alliance
Monthly non-profit, volunteer-produced newspaper with a progressive focus.

Portland Business Journal
News about local business, finance, sales, business events, classifieds, and more.

Portland Family Magazine
"The family, no matter its shape or size, is a basic building block of society. Our goal is to be a resource for the growth of family life in the community."

Portland Mercury
Weekly newspaper featuring entertainment and local political news; concert listings; humor.

Portland Monthly
Covers Portland arts, entertainment and dining.

Portland Observer
Local news for Portland and surrounding communities, featuring an open look at local politics, opinion, news features and community interest stories.

The Skanner
A weekly newspaper published in Portland, Oregon, and Seattle, Washington focused on advancing the cause of the Black Press in the North Western United States.

Street Roots
"For those who cannot afford free speech. We advocate for the homeless, passionately striving for justice, equality and freedom. Through a voice that can be heard, we raise social awareness, build community, and create unique career and income opportunities to help homeless people help themselves."

Portland Tribune
Portland's free metro newspaper. Distributes weekly print edition each Thursday.

Willamette Week
"Alternative" weekly newspaper published in Portland, Oregon.

Print: Neighborhood

The Bee
Serving Inner Southeast Portland since 1906.

Hollywood Star
Covers Northeast Portland neighborhoods.

Mid-County Memo
Covers the Gateway and Parkrose neighborhoods in the Mid-Multnomah County area of east Portland.

Multnomah Village Post
Local news and information covering Multnomah Village, Raleigh Hills, Garden Home, Vermont Hills, Burlingame , Hillsdale and John's Landing neighborhoods.

Northwest Examiner
The Northwest Examiner is a monthly paper serving 11 Northwest and inner Southwest Portland neighborhoods: Northwest District, Goose Hollow, Hillside, Forest Park, Linnton, Arlington Heights, Pearl District, Old Town, Sylvan-Highlands, Northwest Heights, and Northwest Industrial.

St. Johns Review
One of Portland's oldest community newspapers, published bi-weekly since 1904.

Web

BarFly.com

OregonLive.com

Portland Independent Media Center

The Portland Intelligencer
Local news satire.

Departed

Broadcast: Radio

Broadcast: Television

Print: General Interest

Anodyne

BarFly

Blotter
The short-lived successor to Paperback Jukebox.

Oregon Journal
Portland, Oregon's daily afternoon newspaper from 1902 to 1982.

Paperback Jukebox
Covered Portland's emerging music, art and culture from September 1991 through August 1995.

PDXS

The Rocket
(Portland Edition)

Snipehunt

Tonic

Two Louies

Print: Neighborhood

Web

The Sentinel
(Formerly The St. Johns Sentinel.)
Covers St. Johns, Sauvie Island, Multnomah Channel, Linnton, and the Greater North Portland area (areas of the city of Portland West of Williams Avenue).