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  2. KRCW-TV - Wikipedia

    KRCW-TV (channel 32) is a television station licensed to Salem, Oregon, United States, serving as the CW outlet for the Portland area. It is owned and operated by network majority owner Nexstar Media Group alongside CBS affiliate KOIN (channel 6).

  3. KPXG-TV - Wikipedia

    In August, the station was put up for sale for an $8 million asking price, and a court filing in a lawsuit against Willamette STV revealed that it had lost $6.6 million in its first year of operation and was deep in debt.

  4. KOIN - Wikipedia

    KOIN (channel 6) is a television station in Portland, Oregon, United States, affiliated with CBS. It is owned by Nexstar Media Group alongside Salem –licensed CW owned-and-operated station KRCW-TV (channel 32).

  5. KYKN - Wikipedia

    The station, established in 1951, is currently owned by the Willamette Broadcasting Company. Programming [ edit] KYKN broadcasts a news / talk radio format to the Salem, Oregon, area that includes select programming from Premiere Radio Networks and Salem Radio Network (SRN).

  6. KPTV - Wikipedia

    As Portland's only television station at the time, it carried programming from all four networks of the time: ABC, CBS, NBC and the DuMont Television Network. CBS programming was dropped from KPTV's schedule when Portland's first VHF station, KOIN-TV (channel 6), signed on the air on October 15, 1953.

  7. KSLM-LD - Wikipedia

    KSLM-LD, UHF digital channel 27, is a low-powered AMGTV - affiliated licensed to Salem, Oregon, United States. The station is owned by Northwest Television. The station covers the Willamette Valley, within the Portland, Oregon television market. The station's transmitter is located in the Eagle Crest area in the West Salem hills in Polk County .

  8. 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]