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  2. KPXG-TV - Wikipedia

    Channel 22 in Salem was switched from a noncommercial to a commercial assignment in April 1979, when the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) approved a request to reclassify Salem's KVDO-TV (channel 3), a commercial station that had since been bought by state public broadcaster OEPBS, as a noncommercial station in preparation for its eventual …

  3. Statesman Journal - Wikipedia

    The Statesman Journal is the major daily newspaper published in Salem, Oregon, United States. Founded in 1851 as the Oregon Statesman, it later merged with the Capital Journal to form the current newspaper, the second-oldest in Oregon. The Statesman Journal is distributed in Salem, Keizer, and portions of the mid- Willamette Valley.

  4. Oregon's new governor sworn in, declares homeless emergency

    SALEM, Ore. (AP) — Oregon's newly sworn-in Democratic Gov. Tina Kotek said on Monday at her inauguration that her first step will be tackling homelessness as she unveiled several measures...

  5. Salem, Oregon - Wikipedia,_Oregon

    Salem is the principal city of the Salem Metropolitan Statistical Area, a metropolitan area that covers Marion and Polk counties [8] and had a combined population of 433,353 at the 2020 census. [9] This area is, in turn, part of the Portland-Vancouver-Salem Combined Statistical Area .

  6. Salem Reporter - Wikipedia

    Website. www .salemreporter .com. Salem Reporter is a digital news service based in Salem, Oregon. It was launched in September 2018 by longtime investigative journalist Les Zaitz, with investment from businessman Larry Tokarski, president of a real estate development firm. [1] [2] [3] Its primary revenue source is from reader subscriptions ...

  7. List of television stations in Oregon - Wikipedia

    This is a list of broadcast television stationsthat are licensed in the U.S. state of Oregon. Full-power stations[edit] VCrefers to the station's PSIPvirtual channel. RFrefers to the station's physical RF channel. Defunct full-power stations[edit]

  8. List of newspapers in Oregon - Wikipedia

    The News-Review – Roseburg Statesman Journal – Salem The Dalles Chronicle – The Dalles Weekly, semi-weekly and monthly newspapers [ edit] Baker City Herald – Baker City Beaverton Valley Times – Beaverton Cascade Business News – Bend Curry Coastal Pilot – Brookings The Times – Brownsville Burns Times-Herald – Burns Canby Herald – Canby