OSAA State Championships Broadcast Schedule powered by Pacific Office Automation
Radio and television stations, cable companies and websites broadcasting games in any round of the OSAA playoffs must complete the Broadcast Request Form form.PLEASE NOTE:
- This form DOES NOT pertain to play-in games and league playoffs.
- DO NOT complete additional forms for subsequent broadcasts.
- For your next broadcasts, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org confirming game, call letters/website and frequency/channel/URL.
Spots and Drop-Ins
Audio file downloads for spots and adjacencies are available for download to the right. Seasonal drop-ins are available in the PDF files below.
» Fall LIVE Drop-Ins | » Winter LIVE Drop-Ins | » Spring LIVE Drop-Ins
OSAA Radio Network
The OSAA Radio Network streams broadcasts of football semifinals and finals, basketball quarterfinals through finals, softball finals, and baseball finals.
Break formats are available for download on the right and will be used by the OSAA Radio Network and any stations taking ORN feeds.
NFHS High School Activities Promotional AUDIO PSA's
» :60 A Role to Play
» :60 X's and O's
» :30 The Simple Truth
OSAA / OSAA Foundation VIDEO PSA's
» Joe Rector
» Chris Crawford
» Terrell Brandon
» Dave Metzger
NFHS VIDEO PSA» :30 NFHS Lifelong Lessons (.wmv)
Media OutletsFollow the links below for additional information regarding media outlets and organizations throughout the state.
OSAA LogosMedia outlets are encouraged to download OSAA logos for use in their coverage. Request activity specific championship logos by contacting Kyle Stanfield, 503.682.6722 x239 / email@example.com.
Flash photography, including on-and-off camera flash / strobe units, is permitted at all OSAA events. Remote flash / strobe units should be used wherever possible. Please avoid shooting directly into participants' eyes with flash-mounted units. If the OSAA representative on site views a flash as a safety issue due to the layout of a particular venue, the photographer may be asked to disable the flash.
DESIGNATED PHOTOGRAPHY LOCATIONS
Note: The OSAA or game officials may alter the following photography locations due to safety or to accommodate a specific facility.
- BASEBALL / SOFTBALL
Designated areas along the first and third baselines (must be designated dead ball areas).
Each end of the court. Set up at least 10 feet behind the end line.
At least 10 feet off the competition mat and out of the direct line of the judges.
- CROSS COUNTRY
When shooting the start, photographers must give the field a minimum of 50 yards to allow for time to shoot and move off the course. Photographers may shoot from either side at the finish line in designated areas, but are not allowed in the race path.
Sidelines except within the team boxes. Set up at least five yards behind the sideline.
Observe golf etiquette. Be aware of camera noise; shoot only after the ball is struck. Remain off greens and tee boxes.
Sidelines except within the team boxes and endlines between the 18-yard box and the corners of the field. Set up at least five yards behind the sideline or endline.
Corners of the bulkhead. Allow space for officials to walk both sides of the pool. Due to use of sound and flash starting systems, avoid flash photography during the start of a race.
Either side of the net and the corners of the court. Do not change positions until the players have switched sides.
- TRACK & FIELD
In all events, consider the safety of yourself and the participants and provide a reasonable cushion. Provide a 40-meter cushion when shooting sprints and hurdles head on. Remain off the shot put, discus and javelin fields.
Set up to shoot at least 10 feet off the court. If shooting at the net, remain behind the officials and do not set up between adjacent courts.
At least four feet off the mat. Shooting from the team corners and interfering with sight lines are prohibited.