community guide to Eugene and beyond
Eugene is an informed community, made possible by a quality local newspaper and independent ones too. With eight television stations, we keep in touch regionally, nationally and internationally. Local radio, with every faction represented, rounds out a community that supports public and private news and entertainment sources.
This paper is by the students at the U of O.
Eugene, Oregon's alternative newspaper of news, arts and entertainment. Published every Thursday.
The online edition of the Springfield Times, Springfield, OR. Read local news and more.
Our locally owned daily newspaper. [subsription site]
FM Radio Stations
Just another Clear Channel recording.
Southern Willamette Valley's "Soft Rock Hits".
NPR member station with a mix of music and news.
Cumulus - "Real Music Variety"
Mainstream and alternative rock.
Magic 94 brings you “Today’s hits, yesterday’s favorites” with Liz Kelly and Mary Reilly in the mornings.
Classical music 24-hours a day from the U of O.
University of Oregon station
W-illamette V-alley A-lternative
Punk, Radio theater, Ska, Children's, Hip Hop, Industrial, Metal, and Reggae. With live streaming content.
Classic Rock/Adult Alternative
Our favorite local station on the air since Dec 8th 1946. KRVM is operated and staffed by community volunteers and local 4J students.
Community Television of Lane County, Inc. in Eugene, Oregon, is a nonprofit corporation dedicated to promotion and support of public access television production.
Affiliate of NBC.
Local ABC affiliate.
Eugene Fox Network partner.
Eugene's CBS station features the Christian teachings of nationally syndicated writer Dr. Dobson and his Focus on the Family spots.
Publicly funded by a diverse range of supporters.
Hip? programming for all ages.
News, sports and weather covering all of the Pacific Northwest.