At the center of a uniquely engaged Northwest culture is OPB - the region's single most trusted source of local journalism. OPB is the hub of a community that thrives on dialogue, public involvement, respect and a love for this place we call home.
As a premier public media organization in the United States, we know that our success depends on how we serve the people who live here.
We create key local and national content on multiple platforms. We develop new ways to engage people through the media. And we do it all with a singular Oregon style and perspective.
We're Proud of Our Work
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OPB produces several programs aired nationally on PBS including History Detectives and Time Team America. Producing high-quality, effective educational media productions is another way that OPB serves our community. OPB also operates, houses and programs KMHD Jazz Radio in partnership with Mount Hood Community College, which holds the license.
As the most-used public media service per capita in the nation, OPB's exceptional work is widely recognized, including through Peabody and Alfred I. DuPont-Columbia University Awards.
We are growing. Consider joining us. Visit our Careers Page for current opportunities.
Based in Portland
OPB, which is headquartered in Portland, serves Oregon and southwest Washington and has reporters throughout the state. Portland is a magnet for independent thinkers. People who live here have an appreciation for the outdoors, and many choose to live here for the lifestyle. In Portland there is a vibrant music, arts and food scene.
Our community continues to grow and change. Portland is a unique place where people can bring their dreams to life, whether it's sharing their love of music, roasting coffee, creating an art festival, brewing beer or engaging in a cause.
Learn more about Portland
OPB's college internship program provides students the opportunity to work with award-winning journalists and producers as well as develop strong organizational and management skills while participating in the daily activities of a media center.
Internships are available with the news team, in local and national television production, with the online team, in project development and more.
In addition to internships for college credit, OPB offers several specialized Internships with stipends, including the Jon R. Tuttle Minority Internship and the Maynard E. Orme Internship.