- published: 20 Sep 2016
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Taken on Tuesday, September 20, 2016 at 9:00am on Baldock Freeway (Interstate 5) southbound between Lombard Street (U.S. Hwy. 30 Bypass, exit 305) and Skidmore Street (exit 303) in north Portland, Oregon. via YouTube Capture 88.3 KBVM (religious) Portland 88.7 KZRI (Christian contemporary) Sandy 89.1 KMHD (jazz) Gresham 89.9 KQAC (classical) Portland 90.3 KFFP-LP (variety) Portland 90.7 KBOO (variety) Portland 91.1 KXRY (variety) Portland 91.5 KOPB-FM (public radio) Portland 91.9 K220IN (religious) Portland (translator of KAWZ 89.9 Twin Falls, Idaho) 92.3 KGON (classic rock) Portland 92.7 K224DL (Christian contemporary) Portland (translator of KZRI) 93.1 KRYP (regional Mexican) Gladstone 93.5 K228EU (regional Mexican) Portland (translator of KGDD-AM 1150) 93.9 KPDQ (religious) Portland 94....
This is a radio edit. I wont have normal video stats, as my video information was erased. Please enjoy, Full version soon.
Customers shopping in retail stores in and around Salem, Oregon have been opening up boxes of food to find 100 dollar bills tucked inside. On those rough days when anything and everything seems to go wrong, there's nothing that can cheer you up like an unexpected, kind hearted gesture. Customers shopping in retail stores in and around Salem, Oregon have been opening up boxes of food to find 100 dollar bills tucked inside.While it was originally a mystery as to who was placing the money in grocery items, it has since been solved. A country music radio station based in Portland, 98.7 The Bull is responsible for at least some of the left-behind bills as part of a promotion. It was first brought to light last week after a man found two $100 bills stashed in boxes of cookies at a local Wal...
Lykke Li covering Kings of Leon in Portland radio station I Never Learn. Out Now... CD/LP: http://smarturl.it/lykkeli-onlinestore iTunes: http://smarturl.it/lykkeli-itunesdeluxe Amazon: http://smarturl.it/lykkeli-physical Live: http://www.lykkeli.com/tour http://facebook.com/lykkeli http://twitter.com/lykkeli http://instagram.com/lykkeli http://soundcloud.com/lykkeli http://vimeo.com/lykkeli http://google.com/+lykkeli http://open.spotify.com/user/officiallykkeli http://rd.io/a/QVhTRSVYXw/ http://vk.com/lykkeli
more at http://showbiz.quickfound.net/tv_news_and_links.html Tells the story of the first commercial UHF television station, KPTV, Channel 27, in Portland, Oregon, and of the advantages of TV sets made by the Zenith Radio Corporation. Public domain film from the Prelinger Archives, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and/or equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original). http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/UHF_television_broadcasting#United_States UHF television broadcasting is the use of ultra high frequency (UHF) radio for ove...
“It’s great to donate money, it is so needed,” John Erickson, a radio host with K103FM said, in between cars, “but there’s also a need to do something concrete, person to person, and that’s what this is all about.”
this radio station... ay dios mio
This was a project that was done for a Journalism course series called Gateway at the University of Oregon. This project really pushed me as a videographer forcing me to use a tripod in small locations. Good learning experience and giving me a greater appreciation for still shots that videographers produce. Special thanks to Kala and KBOO Radio for letting me get this great story!
Truthdig columnist & Pulitzer Prize–winner Chris Hedges speaks at the Aladdin Theater for KBOO Community Radio on May 26th, 2017. Hedges takes a provocative look at the current state of revolt in the United States and recounts the US’s continuing history of domestic terrorism while outlining ways for communities to resist before it’s too late. Introduction by KBOO Development Director Becky Meiers. Emceed by Paul Roland, host of Wednesday Talk Radio and Rise When The Rooster Crows on KBOO: http://kboo.fm/program/wednesday-talk-radio, http://kboo.fm/program/rise-when-rooster-crows Video by Open Signal: Portland Community Media https://www.opensignalpdx.org/
Before KNRK, there was 970 the Beat. It was Portland's first alternative radio station. And it was on AM! It operated from 1991-1997 before switching formats, due to losing competition with alteranative rock FM counterparts. A short clip of Portland's first Alternative Radio station - KBBT - Portland's 970 AM - "970 the Beat!"
May 2, 1977 Game 6 NBA Playoffs Western Conference Semifinals Portland vs Denver. Radio call by Blazer legendary announcer himself Bill Schoneley, "Mr. Rip City" PART 1. "Hello everyone, wherever you may be".
http://kck.st/1Ga0kR6 Portland Radio Project is a non-commercial community-centered radio station in Portland, Oregon. We love our local music scene and strive to give it a great platform. We play songs from local artists every 15 minutes and have bands in the studio several times each week for interviews and Drop-In Sessions. We are building a stage to enhance the live music that is ongoing at Portland Radio Project. The stage will feature many of Portland's greatest bands (such as those featured in the video). We will broadcast these performances live on PRP.fm and soon on 99.1fm in Portland. We will also film some of these performances and share them on our site and Youtube page. We truly want to highlight, showcase, and promote our great local talent. We think this stage can really ...