Matthew McConnell

Matthew McConnell
Baritone Singer (South Medford High School)
Season 8, Episode 5
 
Matthew McConnell is in his senior year at South Medford High School.  He has been very active in his school choir program, singing in the Chamber Choir and Vocal Jazz Ensembles … Continued

SOPTV Needs Your Artwork

Have you taken a photo that captures the beauty of Southern Oregon?
Have you brushed a painting that expresses love for your hometown?
Have you created a print that communicates the majesty of our region?

Please share your artwork with our viewers! Your … Continued

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Downton Abbey Viewer Discretion Advisory

This week’s episode for Sunday, January 11 at 9 p.m. contains scenes which may not be suitable for all audiences, and has a parental guideline rating of TV-14, V. Viewer discretion is advised.

Top Stitch Bernina

Come visit Top-Stitch Bernina to see their huge selection of Downton Abbey inspired fabrics. They also have state-of-the-art Sewing Machines, and a huge selection of Fabrics, Patterns, Notions and Quilting Supplies. Mention that you saw this ad on SOPTV’s website, … Continued

This Is the Place to Be!

Last May during our annual preference poll we asked you, “What are the three best things about living in our region?” Nearly every respondent mentioned the scenic and natural beauty of southern Oregon and northern California. No surprise there because … Continued

FRONTLINE: Life & Death in Assisted Living

Tuesday, September 24 at 10 p.m.
More and more elderly Americans are choosing to spend their later years in assisted living facilities, which have sprung up as an alternative to nursing homes. But is this loosely regulated, multi-billion dollar industry putting … Continued

The Hollow Crown: Shakespeare’s History Plays

Sundays at noon, September 22 – October 13
This ambitious four-part miniseries assembles four of Shakespeare’s history plays — Richard II, Henry IV, Parts I & II, and Henry V — into a single chronological narrative. The original Game of Thrones … Continued