2021: OPB’s must-watch original videos
From beavers that could help fight wildfires, to an investigation of why one Oregon town burned, to a muralist bringing Oaxacan style to Portland streets and a big picture look at how salmon has shaped Northwest life, OPB's video units painted rich portraits of the vast range of people, places and ideas that made this region what it was in 2021.
A conversation with the creators of the short !*&#@! ‘Dream Child’
“Who cares what it is?” New sci-fi release from Portland creatives blurs lines between music video and short film, waking and sleeping.
Before and after video captures the impact of Oregon’s 2020 Labor Day wildfires from above
Dramatic aerial view of the Willamette National Forest as it looked before and after the 2020 Labor Day fires.
Video premiere: The Parson Red Heads — “Fall and Be Found”
The Portland band's song about transcendence and beauty pairs with mixed-media animation in a new video released today.
Watch opbmusic’s most-viewed performances
Favorite session performances from opbmusic including Portland band MAITA, Flock of Dimes, Bonny Light Horseman, Nilufer Yanya, and Tank and the Bangas
OPB Staff's Favorite Videos From 2019
OPB producers pick their favorite videos of 2019: from Portland's jazz godfather and Oregon's role in the NASA moon landing to a very jolly sausage and sauerkraut festival.
OPB’s favorite videos from 2018
On resilience and wonder: Replaying OPB's standout videos of 2018.