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  2. List of television stations in Oregon - Wikipedia

    Channel 3: KVDO-TV - Ind., PBS - Salem (2/24/1970-7/31/1983, moved to Bend, now KOAB-TV) Channel 12: KLOR - ABC/DuMont, Ind. - Portland (3/8/1955-4/30/1957, merged with KPTV ch. 27) Channel 27: KHTV - Portland (7/6/1959-11/1/1959) LPTV stations [ edit] Translators [ edit] See also [ edit] Lists of Oregon-related topics

  3. Category:Television stations in Eugene, Oregon - Wikipedia

    The following 11 pages are in this category, out of 11 total. This list may not reflect recent changes . A KAMK-LD E KEPB-TV KEVU-CD KEZI H KHWB-LD L KLSR-TV M Media in Eugene, Oregon KMTR KMTR-DT2 O KORY-CD V KVAL-TV

  4. Media in Eugene, Oregon - Wikipedia,_Oregon

    KWVA 88.1 Eugene - Freeform (University of Oregon) KPIJ 88.5 Junction City - Christian (Calvary Satellite Network) (Calvary Chapel) KQFE 88.9 Springfield - Christian (Family Radio) KLCC 89.7 Eugene - NPR News/Talk/Jazz (Lane Community College) KWAX 91.1 Eugene - Classical (University of Oregon)

  5. Category:Television stations in Oregon - Wikipedia

    B. Television stations in Bend, Oregon ‎ (6 P) Television stations in Boise, Idaho ‎ (21 P)

  6. KLSR-TV - Wikipedia

    KLSR-TV (channel 34) is a television station in Eugene, Oregon, United States, affiliated with the Fox network. It is owned by Cox Media Group alongside low-power, Class A MyNetworkTV affiliate KEVU-CD (channel 23). Both stations share studios on Chad Drive in Eugene, while KLSR's transmitter is located on South Ridge. Contents 1 History

  7. List of radio stations in Oregon - Wikipedia

    88.9 FM. Newport. Family Stations, Inc. Christian radio ( Family Radio ) KYQT-LP. 101.5 FM. Portland. Friends of Portland Community Radio. Adult hits / Modern AC / Classic hits.

  8. KVAL-TV - Wikipedia

    The station began broadcasting on April 15, 1954, locally owned by Eugene Television. Originally, it carried programming from all three networks, but was primarily an NBC affiliate. It lost CBS and ABC when KEZI signed on in 1960. Eugene Television bought KBCI-TV (now KBOI-TV) in Boise, Idaho in 1975 and changed its name to Northwest Television.