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Independent Media

The Bollard is a monthly independent news and arts publication, featuring news, reviews, and music and theater listings.

The Forecaster newspaper covers southern Maine from Scarborough to Bath in four print editions and online. 

The Free Press is the University of Southern Maine's campus newspaper, published weekly in print and online during the academic year.

Maine Home + Design is a shelter magazine that focuses on Maine interiors, architecture, arts, and crafts.

Maine magazine covers the whole state from its home base in Portland including food, recreation, travel, music, art, style, and notable people.

Maine Public, the state's premier, independent public media resource, has studio offices in Portland, Lewiston, and Bangor and broadcasts on TV, radio, and online.

Maine Women Magazine is a monthly publication for, about, and by Maine women and is distributed throughout Southern Maine. 

Mainebiz is a twice-monthly publication that covers statewide business issues.

Old Port Magazine is published quarterly and covers food and drink, art and culture, interesting people and places, and noteworthy happenings in Portland. 

Portland Media Center (formerly Community Television Network) is Portland’s public access television service.

Portland Monthly is our glossy “city” magazine featuring personality profiles, arts news, food and local flavor, reviews, events listings, and original fiction.

The Portland Phoenix has its finger on the cultural pulse of Portland, with articles, reviews, and editorials about the latest news, music, movies, art, and places to eat and drink in Portland.

The Portland Press Herald is Portland’s daily newspaper. It is part of the Maine Today Media company, which also publishes the Maine Sunday Telegram.

The West End News is a free, independent community newspaper published monthly and circulating on First Friday. 

WMPG is Portland's community radio station, based on the campus of the University of Southern Maine, and features incredibly varied community radio programming from Russian rock to Cambodian pop to old-time country.