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  2. KGW - Wikipedia

    KGW (channel 8) is a television station in Portland, Oregon, United States, affiliated with NBC and owned by Tegna Inc. The station's studios are located on Jefferson Street in southwestern Portland, and its transmitter is located in the city's Sylvan-Highlands section.

  3. KMVU-DT - Wikipedia

    KMVU-DT (channel 26) is a television station in Medford, Oregon, United States, affiliated with the Fox network. It is owned by Imagicomm Communications alongside low-power dual MyNetworkTV/Telemundo affiliate KFBI-LD (channel 48).

  4. List of television stations in Oregon - Wikipedia

    Area served City of license VC RF Callsign Translating Network Notes ~Boise, ID Ontario, etc. 13 30 K30QD-D: KTVR: PBS: satellite of KOPB-TV ch. 10 Portland OPB Plus on 13.2, PBS Kids on 13.3, OPB Radio on 13.4

  5. KDRV - Wikipedia

    KDRV (channel 12) is a television station in Medford, Oregon, United States, affiliated with ABC.The station is owned by Allen Media Broadcasting, and maintains studios on Knutson Avenue (near Rogue Valley International–Medford Airport) in north Medford; its transmitter is located at the edge of Wolf Creek Park in rural northeastern Josephine County (near Golden).

  6. KPTV - Wikipedia

    KPTV presently broadcasts 67 hours of locally produced newscasts each week (with 11½ hours each weekday, five hours on Saturdays and 4½ hours on Sundays); in regards to the number of hours devoted to news programming, it is the highest local newscast output of any television station in the state of Oregon.

  7. KION-TV - Wikipedia

    KION-TV (channel 46) is a television station licensed to Monterey, California, United States, affiliated with CBS, Fox, and Telemundo.Owned by the News-Press & Gazette Company, it serves the Monterey Bay area from studios located on Moffett Street in Salinas, immediately south of Salinas Municipal Airport, and a transmitter on Mount Toro, about 10 miles (16 km) south of Salinas.

  8. Dr. Demento - Wikipedia

    Beginning in approximately 2006, The Dr. Demento Show began offering pay-per-show audio streaming at the show's official website. Large archives from 1992 to the present, as well as a few select archives from the early 1970s, are available, but most of the syndicated programs from 1978 to 1992 are not because the broadcast rights are currently in limbo (Dial Global and later Cumulus Media ...

  9. KUCW - Wikipedia

    In February 2006, Clear Channel obtained the KUCW call letters and placed them on a Coos Bay, Oregon satellite of KMTR in Eugene, Oregon in anticipation of the acquisition of KUWB. On September 18, 2006, Clear Channel changed the calls of the Coos Bay station to KMCB and moved the KUCW calls to channel 30 to coincide with the official launch of ...