KOIN.com is committed to being the leader in Portland, OR with initiatives for your business in convergence and multi-platform opportunities that can reach critical mass.
We do this through the power of our broadcast partner KOIN-TV and our ever increasing online platforms.
KOIN will help your business:
- By identifying a unique sales proposition related to your business
- Reach new and current customers
- Enhance or change your image
- Show your unique merchandise
- Increase store awareness
- Compete more aggressively
- Promote special events
- Expand your market or trade area
- Develop high-impact advertising programs designed specifically to fit your needs
- Build a higher level of traffic
- Educate your consumers
For inquiries on TV advertising please contact: Mike Tierney at 503-464-0652
KOIN.com provides interactive on-line marketing opportunity that:
- Delivers your message to both traditional TV viewers visiting our web for continuing up to the date news, weather, sports and leisure information as well as your web savvy Internet visitors.
- Delivers you message to emerging mobile and SMS platforms
- Reaches more people at work, school and home anytime of the day
- Compliments your existing or new TV Schedule OR works as a stand-alone marketing tool
- Provides a cost effective means to deliver a changing daily message - increasing traffic to your business web site - for a very affordable price
- Provides a means for smaller businesses to break into Internet advertising without even having a web site
For inquiries on WEB advertising, please contact Dean Snyder, Digital Sales Director at 503-464-0658.
Does your business serve more than just Portland, OR? If so, you can harness the power of several LIN Interactive Web sites across the United States. We can help your business grow across the national markets.
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The Portland Trailblazers succeeded in their seventh straight home win Wednesday night against the Oklahoma City Thunder -- and clinched Portland's No. 1 spot in the Western Conference.
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A new indoor location for the Right 2 Dream Too homeless camp is close to being finalized. "Our urging to Right 2 Dream is take this offer," Portland Mayor Charlie Hales told KOIN 6 News Wednesday.