Shop the Presses

The Oregonian is selling its printing press—and advancing deeper into the web.

News Stories
For more than a century, the daily rumble of its downtown printing presses and the roar of its delivery trucks signaled the news rolling out of The Oregonian. But on June 30, a huge omen for the new   More
Wednesday, July 8, 2015 AARON MESH

The Oregonian Changing to Tabloid Format


The Oregonian will convert all print editions to a tabloid-style format by April, publisher N. Christian Anderson III announced this morning.The format change—to 11-inch-by-15-inch, stapled vertical sections—means the newspaper's Metro section will be folded into its front-page section. That has already become a regular practice in the smaller street editions The Oregonian prints on Mondays, Tuesdays ...   More
Tuesday, January 21, 2014 by Aaron Mesh

The Oregonian is Reducing Home Delivery Days, Laying Off Staff

Will move from Broadway offices, offer web edition called "MyDigitalO"


The Oregonian confirmed this morning that the paper will reduce print delivery to three four days a week. Publisher N. Christian Anderson III informed staff just before 10 am that the paper will continue to publish seven days a week, but will only deliver to subscribers on a limited number of days.Clarification at 9:15 pm: The Oregonian's initial report Thursday morning said, "Home delivery will be ...   More
Thursday, June 20, 2013 AARON MESH

Willamette Week's Office on Portlandia: An Annotated Guide to Our Junk

Hey, our stuff is on the teevee!


Movies & Television
This week Portlandia aired a sketch set at the Portland Tribune, which was actually filmed inside  Willamette Week's office in Northwest Portland.So what’s all that crap scattered around? Don't worry, we know you're dying to know. We're stoked that our stuff is on national television, even if most of us were deemed unfit for camera. WW explains with this annotated catalog of every ...   More
Monday, January 28, 2013 by Martin Cizmar

The Oregonian, Pamplin Group Are Talking Newspaper War Over Forest Grove


There’s a new media war opening up on an unlikely front in Washington County. The Oregonian is considering launching a paper in Forest Grove, population 22,000. John Schrag, publisher of the Forest Grove News-Times, which broke the story, says it’s a retaliation against the Pamplin Group, which owns the News-Times and announced last month it’s starting a paper in nearby Hillsboro. That’s where ...   More
Tuesday, September 25, 2012 AARON MESH

Stop the Presses

The Oregonian may not be a daily newspaper much longer.

News Stories
The Oregonian as a daily newspaper is facing a final deadline. The 162-year-old newspaper—once considered one of the nation’s best—is losing readers and advertisers in a state where it dom   More
Wednesday, August 8, 2012 AARON MESH

Bankrupt Bend Bulletin Blasts Big Bank

bend bulletin bank of america

Today the Wall Street Journal and media blogs picked up yesterday's news about the recent bankruptcy filing of one of Oregon's largest daily newspapers, the Bend Bulletin.The Bulletin says it will continue operations. American newspaper bankruptcies are a dime a dozen these days, but what makes this one national news is that the paper's editor, John Costa, wrote an editorial blaming Bank of America ...   More
Thursday, August 25, 2011 COREY PEIN


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