Media Coverage of Priced Out

Since Priced Out premiered in October 2017, it’s received a tremendous amount of attention in the media from local newspaper, TV, radio and activist podcasts. Here is a roundup up of our coverage so far.


Newspaper and Magazine

PDX Monthly
The city's premier arts and culture glossy magazine features a Q & A with director Cornelius Swart.

Willamette Week
Portland's Pulitzer Prize-winning weekly features a story on Priced Out.

Portland Mercury
The city's edgy alt weekly reviews Priced Out and other films at the Northwest Filmmakers' Festival. 

Portland Business Journal
Local outlet of the national American City Business Journal network.

The Scanner
The city's largest black-owned newspaper features Priced Out prior to its public release.

Street Roots News
Portland's weekly covering homelessness and poverty features a story on Priced Out with director Q&A.

High Country News
Magazine covering issues of the American West.

Orange County Weekly
Alternative newspaper covering Orange County and Long Beach, Calif.


PBS NewsHour
National Public Television daily news program

KATU Channel 2 AM Northwest
ABC's Portland affiliate interviews Cornelius Swart on its morning show.

KGW/NewsChannel 8 Portland Today
NBC's Portland affiliate's morning show interviews director Cornelius Swart.

KGW/NewsChannel 8 Live at 7 (pm) 
NBC's Portland affiliate's evening show interviews director Cornelius Swart.

KATU Channel 2 Evening News
ABC's Portland affiliate covers upcoming screenings of Priced Out.

Radio and Podcasts

Oregon Public Broadcasting
Liberal news, arts and culture from Oregon's only statewide news organization.

KUIK Radio
Conservative news and talk radio for Washington County, Oregon.

PDXISH (Podcast)
Podcast from Portland gadabout Byron Beck on all things arts, culture and news for Portland and beyond.

Chocolate and Carmel (Podcast)
Two black activists in the thick of the fight for social justice.

Melanated Media News (Podcast)
Cleveland-based citizen journalist exploring issues from gentrification to health and wellness.


Tennessee State University Blog
Historically black college posts about gentrification and promotes an upcoming screening of NorthEast Passage in Nashville.

Meyer Memorial Trust
One of the 100 largest private charitable trusts in the United States posts an interview with director Cornelius Swart.

Urban Cultural Studies
Multi-author blogs administered by Dr. Benjamin Fraser, professor and chair of the Foreign Languages and Literatures Department at East Carolina University.


Coverage of Northeast Passage

Willamette Week
Portland's Pulitzer Prize-winning weekly features a story on Priced Out.