Oregon in the News

  1. EW.com: “Oregon’s new tourism ad looks like a Hayao Miyazaki movie”

    Entertainment Weekly featured a story on Travel Oregon’s new spring campaign, calling it “something different” than what other state tourism…

  2. SYFY.com: “OREGON’S BIG DRAW? A GORGEOUS NEW TOURISM AD THAT CHANNELS THE STYLE OF HAYAO MIYAZAKI”

    SYFY Wire published a piece about Travel Oregon’s “beautifully animated tourism ad that evokes the elegant style of famed Japanese…

  3. KGW News: “Oregon reimagined as anime in new Travel Oregon, Wieden+Kennedy video”

    KGW News Channel 8 aired a segment on Travel Oregon’s Spring Campaign, launched Monday, March 12. Watch the segment.

  4. Danish food magazine, Mad Venner, highlights Portland’s culinary culture

    This seven-page article by Jan Aagaard, published in Danish food magazine, Mad & Venner, focuses on culinary experiences in Portland.…

  5. BrewsNews.com: “Beer and other natural wonders in Oregon”

    James Atkinson covered nearly every corner of the state as he discovered some of Oregon’s best brews and he documented…

  6. NYTimes.com: “52 Places To Go in 2018″

    NYTimes.com featured the top 52 must-visit destinations around the world for 2018 and Oregon’s Rogue River made the list. See…

  7. LATimes.com: “Indulge in Portland’s salty side on a weekend escape to Oregon”

    Jay Jones discovers the saltiest places in Portland. Read about his findings, here.

  8. HuffingtonPost.com, “8 Convincing Reasons You Should Visit Oregon in 2018″

    Although there are too many reasons to visit Oregon to count, Victoria Yore narrows it down to the top eight.…

  9. Register for a 2018 Travel Oregon 101 Seminar

    The Travel Oregon 101 seminar provides an opportunity to learn about Oregon’s travel & tourism industry, designed to benefit visitor-related…

  10. Submit Your Oregon Travel & Tourism Award Nominations

    Do you know someone making a difference in the travel and tourism industry?┬áTourism organizations, businesses, communities, regions and individuals are…

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