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Oregon Art Beat Producer/Reporter

Robe Imbriano


In over 25 years in television, Oregon Art Beat producer/reporter Robe Imbriano has worked with everyone from Peter Jennings to Bryant Gumbel, Diane Sawyer to Oprah Winfrey, winning a few awards along the way.

He was part of the original ABC News production teams of Primetime Live, Day One and World News Now. For public television, he’s aired stories for Now With Bill Moyers, Nova scienceNOW, History Detectives and Life 360. He’s a charter member of The Documentary Group.

And Robe has more than once had to pinch himself while interviewing Supreme Court Justices about the Constitution for the Annenberg Classroom, covering Grandmaster Flash with Robert Krulwich, or holding Lena Horne’s hand backstage. He feels the same way around some of the incredible talent here in Oregon. 

He lives in Portland with his wife, Helena Huang, daughter Lu, and dog, Ella.

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Recent Articles

Oregon Art Beat

Cuba Libre, Part 2

OPB | April 16, 2015 midnight

Our revisit and update on ART and Artistic Director, Damaso Rodriguez continuing work on Cuba Libre.

Oregon Art Beat

Luz Elena Mendoza

OPB | April 9, 2015 8 p.m.

This former lead singer for Y La Bamba has been compared to Edith Piaf and Ella Fitzgerald. 

Music | Books

Novelist Willy Vlautin On Inspiration For 'The Free'

OPB | Feb. 18, 2014 midnight

Novelist Willy Vlautin describes his fourth novel, The Free, as “a distress call to the patron saint of nurses.”

Arts

Artist Marin Offers Tribute To Pineros

OPB | Dec. 14, 2013 10:41 a.m. | Portland

A project contemplating the labor needed to bring holiday trees to millions of homes across the country.

Arts | local

Artist Michael Endo Demonstrates Kilnforming

OPB | May 16, 2013 7 a.m.

Artist Michael Endo is a painter, sculptor and glassworker, as well as assistant curator of the Bullseye Gallery. Watch him give a lesson in kilnforming.

Arts | local

'In Passing' at Disjecta Lets Visitors Explore Light, Space & Shape

OPB | Feb. 15, 2013 7:30 a.m.

Josephine Zarkovich commissioned artist Chris Fraser to fill Disjecta gallery's space in new and unexpected ways.