with Nicole DeCosta
Learn where the multimedia storyteller is making a splash — and how you can, too
From sold out New Year's Eve events to black tie charity fundraisers, nationwide large-scale conventions and private birthday parties, Nicole DeCosta will keep your event on-track, your audience smiling and share from her heart for your cause.
Life is meant to be celebrated and there's a reason Nicole's tagline is "Go Find Your Fun."
Award-winning journalist Nicole DeCosta is a TV host and Producer with Portland's CW and contributor to KOIN News AM Extra and KOIN News. She loves telling stories and helping businesses shine.
She is known for her "CWhat's" lifestyle segments, "6 Things" weekly event round-up segments, red carpet interviews, and celebrity exclusives.
Her voice is distinctive.
From large scale TV and radio campaigns, Nicole DeCosta has lent her voice to projects promoting top restaurants, convention center gatherings, car brands, festivals, and sporting events.
Let her energy elevate your copy to drive more sales for your next big project.
Being a connector in the community is what life's all about.
From volunteering to read to students in classrooms, fundraising for the Oregon Military Museum and local health and animal wellness organizations, Nicole DeCosta feels best when giving back to great causes. Need help on site or getting the word out to the media about your cause?
Nicole DeCosta knows how to get you press. She started Nicole DeCosta Media in 2010 to help businesses nationwide nab some spotlight surrounding their upcoming events, product releases, and news. Her successful media campaigns have provided repeat clients — including celebrities, statewide organizations, musicians, and businesses — with exposure in print, on TV, and the radio.
Singer/songwriter Nicole DeCosta has released two albums — "History of the Future" with her former pop-rock band Macadam and her solo EP "Escape" (EON Records).
The songs “Escape” and “What Am I Supposed To Do” were featured in three independent films. DeCosta won second place in Oregon State University’s “Best
Singer/Songwriter Competition" and once tried out for American Idol. You'll find her at every concert that comes to town.