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KOAB-TV 3 11 Bend Is a television station in Bend, OR that serves the Bend, OR television market. The station runs programming from the PBS network and identifies itself as "OPB". Website. PBS
KTVZ 21 21 Bend Is the NBC-affiliated television station for Central Oregon that is licensed to Bend. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 21 from a transmitter in the city on Awbrey Butte west of U.S. 97. Website. NBC
KOHD 51 51 Bend Is the ABC affiliated tv station for Central Oregon that is licensed to Bend. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 51 from a transmitter in the city on Awbrey Butte west of U.S. 97. ABC
KCBY-TV 11 11 Coos Bay Is the only television station actually located on the South Coast of Oregon. We broadcast in HD and 5.1 Surround Sound on Channel 11.1. The signal is also carried on Charter and Comspan cable services on Channel 4, and on Charter Cable’s HD tier on Channel 780. CBS
KMCB 23 22 Coos Bay A tv station in Oregon (channel 22) licensed to serve Coos Bay, Oregon, United States.Website. NBC
KOAC-TV 7 7 Corvallis Was established in 1957. It was administered by the Oregon State System of Higher Education's General Extension Division as part of the Department of Educational Media until the early 1980s when administration was transferred to what is now known as Oregon Public Broadcasting. Website. PBS
KEZI 9 9 Eugene Is a digital broadcast television station operating in Eugene, Oregon, United States. It is the ABC affiliate for Eugene and produces more than 24 hours of newscasts a week. The station is owned by Chambers Communications Corp., a Eugene-based entity, making KEZI the only locally-owned television operation in the counties it serves. ABC
KVAL-TV 13 13 Eugene KVAL signed on in 1954, locally owned by Eugene Television. It originally carried programming from all three networks, but was a primary NBC affiliate. It lost CBS and ABC when KEZI signed on in 1960. Website. CBS
KMTR 16 17 Eugene Started as a UHF station carrying NBC programming. KMTR began broadcasting after former NBC affiliate KVAL-TV began selectively omitting certain NBC prime time broadcasts from its evening lineup, replacing them with alternate programming from rival network, CBS. Website. NBC
KEPB-TV 28 29 Eugene Began operation on February 27, 1990 as Eugene's first public television station, rebroadcasting OPB programming clearer than KOAC's rimshot signal from Corvallis. Website. PBS
KLSR-TV 34 31 Eugene A U.S. tv channel serving Eugene, Oregon, is an affiliate of the Fox network. Its transmitter is located in Eugene. It was Eugene's second UHF station to sign on the air. It is owned by California Oregon Broadcasting of Medford, Oregon. Website. Fox
KOTI 2 13 Klamath Falls Is a local NBC affiliate based in Klamath Falls, Oregon. Founded on August 12, 1956 by William B. Smullin of California Oregon Broadcasting, Inc., the station now serves as a repeater facility for sister station KOBI-TV NBC 5 of Medford, Oregon. NBC
KFTS 22 33 Klamath Falls Kfts-tv is located at the address 34 S Fir St in Medford, Oregon 97501.They can be contacted via phone at for hours and directions. Website. PBS
KDKF 31 29 Klamath Falls KDKF debuted on October 17, 1989 in Klamath Falls on digital channel 29. KDKF has its own newsroom in Klamath Falls. ABC
KTVR 13 13 La Grande Went on the air December 6, 1964 as a commercial television station, an NBC primary affiliate that also carried selected ABC television network programs. Website. PBS
KUNP 16 16 La Grande Is a full-power broadcast television in the Pacific Northwestern United States. As an affiliate of the Univision Spanish television network, the station serves the greater Portland and Bend, Oregon metropolitan areas. The station also serves Salem and Vancouver, Washington. Website. UNI
KOBI 5 5 Medford Is a local NBC affiliate based in Medford, Oregon. It is owned by Patricia Smullin. The company, California Oregon Broadcasting, Inc., is the longest continuously independent broadcast group in the West and one of the three oldest in the country. Website. NBC
KSYS 8 8 Medford KSYS went on the air on January 17, 1977 with the strongest signal of any station in the region, at 191,000 watts. Website. PBS
KTVL 10 10 Medford Channel 10 is a CBS television affiliate based in Medford, Oregon and broadcasts from a transmitter high atop Mount Ashland, 15 miles south of the city. The station covers eight counties in southern Oregon and northern California. Website. CBS
KDRV 12 12 Medford Channel 12, is an ABC television affiliate based in Medford, Oregon. The station is located near Rogue Valley International-Medford Airport in north Medford. The station is owned by Chambers Communications Corporation of Eugene, Oregon. ABC
KMVU-DT 26 26 Medford Is a local Fox television affiliate based in Medford, Oregon. The station serves the Rogue Valley and Klamath Basin of southern Oregon and the Shasta Cascade region in northern California, and is owned by Stainless Broadcasting Company, through the Northwest Broadcasting subsidiary. Website. Fox
KBLN 30 30 Medford Digital channel 30 is an affiliate of the Three Angels Broadcasting Network based in Grants Pass, Oregon, serving the Medford, Oregon television market. The station, owned by Better Life Television, is seen in five counties in southern Oregon, plus Siskiyou County in northern California. Website. Ind.
KATU 2 43 Portland A construction permit for Channel 2 was issued to Fisher's Blend Station, Inc., as early as 1958. It was assigned the Federal Communications Commission call sign KATU. However, the station did not begin broadcasting until March 15, 1962, at first as an independent station. Website. ABC
KOIN 6 40 Portland Virtual channel 6.1, is the CBS affiliated-television station serving the Portland metropolitan area and is owned by the LIN Television Corporation. Its transmitter is located in Portland, Oregon, United States; it broadcasts its digital signal on UHF channel 40. Website. CBS
KGW 8 8 Portland The station was an extension of radio station KGW. The Oregonian newspaper created KGW-AM by purchasing an existing transmitter from the Shipowners Radio Service. The U.S. Department of Commerce licensed the station, and it began broadcasting on March 21, 1922. Website. NBC
KOPB-TV 10 10 Portland Is a public television station serving the Portland, Oregon television market. It is owned and operated by Oregon Public Broadcasting. It broadcasts its digital signal on VHF channel 10. Website. PBS
KPTV 12 12 Portland KPTV signed on the air September 20, 1952 on channel 27, as Oregon's first television station, as well as the world's first commercial TV station on the UHF band. Website. Fox
KPXG-TV 22 22 Portland Is the Ion Television affiliate licensed to Salem, Oregon, and serves the Portland, Oregon-Vancouver, Washington television market. It broadcasts on digital channel 22. It operates translator KPXG-LD, digital channel 42, to further enhance Portland coverage. ION
KNMT 24 45 Portland Is a television station in Portland, OR that serves the Portland, OR television market. The station runs TBN programming. KNMT is a digital full-power television station that operates with 1000 kilowatts of power and is owned by Trinity Broadcasting Network. Website. TBN
KRCW-TV 32 33 Portland Is a commercial, CW Network affiliated television station located in Beaverton, Oregon and serving the general Oregon area. In the Portland Metro area, CW32 is available on Comcast Cable channel 3. Website. CW
KPDX 49 30 Portland KPDX launched on October 9, 1983, as a general entertainment station, airing a number of cartoons, sitcoms, old movies, drama shows, and religious shows. It was originally licensed under the call letters KLRK, but the station changed to the present calls prior to launch. Website. MNT
KPIC 4 19 Roseburg KPIC is licensed to South West Oregon TV Broadcasting Corporation, which is half-owned by Fisher and half-owned by California Oregon Broadcasting. Website. CBS
KTVC 36 18 Roseburg Is a religious television station serving the Eugene, Oregon area. The station is licensed to Roseburg, and is owned by Better Life Television. It can be seen over-the-air on its digital signal on UHF channel 18. Website. Ind.
KTCW 46 45 Roseburg KTCW digital channel 45 (Roseburg). KTCW, the stations are known as Oregon's News Source Network. Website. NBC
KFFX-TV 11 11 Pendleton Signed on the air January 11, 1999. It was the first full-powered VHF station in what had previously been a "UHF island." Distinctively, it is one of two markets where Fox is on VHF, while the other major networks are on UHF. Website. Fox