KEZI 9, an ABC affiliate, is the single strongest television station in Oregon outside of Portland. KEZI 9 signed on in 1960, and today nearly 500,000 people throughout 6 counties watch KEZI 9 each week.
The Eugene television market (DMA) includes households in four counties: Lane, Benton, Coos and Douglas. KEZI 9’s reach is not limited to these four counties and the station often refers to a larger trade area that includes the four DMA counties plus Linn and Deschutes Counties. Total coverage for KEZI 9 extends even beyond this trade area into nearly 240,000 households throughout Western Oregon.
The list of cities that KEZI 9 serves includes Eugene/Springfield, Roseburg, Coos Bay/North Bend, Corvallis/Albany, Lebanon and Cottage Grove.
KEZI 9 is recognized as the leader in local news coverage. KEZI 9 News has received numerous journalism awards and is regularly honored by the Associated Press for excellence in reporting, writing and photography. Nielsen ratings continue to confirm the high popularity of KEZI 9 News with Western Oregonians.
KEZI 9 is Eugene’s local television station. KEZI 9 produces local weekly shows for high school football and basketball, as well as OSAA High School Championship programming throughout the year.
KEZI 9 is the last locally owned television station in the Eugene market, and the current local owner has been with the station since 1960, providing stability and a positive community image. KEZI 9 is also headquartered in the Chamber’s Media Center, a technologically advanced, 100,000 square foot production facility that offers our clients the latest in full service film and video production.
KEZI 9 has been serving television viewers and local advertisers for 50 years. We look forward to working with you.