Oregon Public Broadcasting is the primary television and radio public broadcasting network for most of Oregon as well as southern Washington. OPB consists of five full-power television stations, dozens of VHF or UHF translators, and over 20 radio stations and frequencies. Broadcasts include local programming as well as television programs from the Public Broadcasting Service, NPR, Public Radio International, and the BBC World Service. Its headquarters and television studios are based in Portland.
OPB is also a major producer of television programming for national broadcast on PBS and Create, with shows such as History Detectives, Barbecue America, Foreign Exchange, and travel shows hosted by Rick Steves and Art Wolfe.
, OPB has over one million viewers throughout its region and an average of over 380,000 radio listeners each week. The part of southwestern Oregon not served by OPB is served by Jefferson Public Radio and Southern Oregon Public Television.