Portland Radio Project
PRP’s mission is to elevate local artists and organizations through streaming, broadcasting and podcasting, engaging new generations of arts lovers and community supporters. Recognizing the historic imbalance of power in broadcasting, we are leaders in the movement toward a more equitable media landscape.
Bottom Line for Portland
We create opportunities for emerging local musicians, especially underserved artists, to debut their releases and gain performing experience, knowing they are supported by an award-winning arts nonprofit. Through our podcast co-op we are an outlet for diverse perspectives and expressions, highlighting compelling social issues. By supporting our work to uplift local artists, you contribute to PRP's mission and to the enhancement of Portland-area culture.
“I was just doing a little media housekeeping and listened to our (interview) session. It’s one of the best, most succinct pieces on the last album, so thanks for making that happen. It’ll be very useful for some classrooms I’m sure.” Julian Saporiti (AKA No No Boy), featured in a Drop-In Session, PRP's local artist interview platform.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
We at Portland Radio Project are a reflection of the diverse community we serve. We actively seek viewpoints from varied sources in our ongoing effort to better culture ourselves, as well as our listeners. We continuously align our organization with increasingly diverse communities in the Portland area and proactively examine every programming decision through a DEI lens to create a stronger, more creative media experience.
November 1 & 8 (BGD) - First 50 donors of $10 or more will get a movie pass for Laurelhurst Theater (ticket will be mailed to address on file)
November 15 (BGD) - Donate $10 or more to PRP through Give!Guide and catch a show at Alberta Abbey! Our first 10 donors will get a pair of tickets to the show of their choice (excluding sold out shows). A great evening out on the town paired with G!G’s BGD incentive of one of four Taste of Portland prize packages!
November 22 (BGD) - Donate $10 or more to PRP through Give!Guide and celebrate the holidays with “Christmas at The Old Church with Michael Allen Harrison". The first 25 donors to PRP will get a pair of tickets to the show of their choice - shows start December 12 all the way up to December 24th. Show schedule
November 28 (BGD & Giving Tuesday) - Matching donations from Ticket Tomato - up to $500
Date TBD - Matching donation from Premier Motorsports
December 6 (BGD) - Donors of $10 or more will receive an 8" holiday pie crafted by Willamette Valley Pie - you can pick it up & keep it for yourself OR donate it to a family in need (we'll arrange delivery to a family in need with our nonprofit partner Milk Crate Kitchen) - we've got 100 pies, let's get those to 100 families!!
Premier Motorsports - Independently owned, customer focused music lovers and purveyors of E-bikes, Wolf Brand scooters, cars and motorcycles.
Ticket Tomato - Your online alternative to oversized national ticket resellers, delivering a concierge experience to both clients and patrons.
Laurelhurst Theater & Pub - Celebrating 100 years, this historic theater offers 1st run movies, with assigned seating, air conditioning, pizza, beer AND MORE.
Willamette Valley Pie - Family-owned and farmer operated business hand-crafting pies and other desserts, all made with natural non-GMO ingredients, farm fresh fruit, and a whole lotta love!
TOC Concert Hall- A vibrant nonprofit concert and event venue located in Portland's West-end creative and cultural district
Alberta Abbey - Aiming to nurture the creative, visual and performing arts in N/NE Portland by amplifying opportunities for Black and underrepresented communities.
Milk Crate Kitchen - Overcoming barriers to food security by cooking and delivering cost-free family meals to those in need, no questions asked.
Friends of Noise - Supporting creative youth in Portland through all ages concerts, workshops, and experience navigating the music scene.
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Year Founded: 2013
Tax ID: 463831977
Portland Radio Project is in the Creative Expression category which is sponsored by The Oregon Cultural Trust.
They're a micro-sized organization with activities in Clackamas Co., Multnomah Co. and Washington Co.