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Monday, March 7 at 7:30 p.m. — Our community’s farmers and ranchers are embracing the past, making “old school” new again.
Tuesday, February 22 at 9:00 p.m. — A Town Hall aimed at helping viewers avoid investment fraud by exposing some of the common tricks and deceptions.
Beyond deficit reduction measures, Congress will vote on a bill to completely eliminate all federal support for public broadcasting as early as next week. The complete loss of federal funding threatens SOPTV’s ability to serve you and our entire region with the news, information and entertainment you rely on. The programs you care about are threatened. Your elected Representatives need to hear from you now. Please call your Representative today. Greg Walden, Oregon 2nd (202.225.6730) Peter DeFazio, Oregon 4th (202.225.6416) It’s critical that you make your voice heard. You can make a difference.
Sunday, February 6 at 8 p.m. — Susan Sarandon narrates how a rugged pocket of America’s Pacific Northwest has endured.
A FILM ABOUT THE KLAMATH-SISKIYOU ECO-REGION. Filmed in more than a dozen wilderness areas and national monuments, A WILD AMERICAN FOREST, showcases the Klamath-Siskiyou’s natural splendor and vividly illustrates why this area is recognized as a globally significant bioregion. See the film, then meet the filmmakers Doug Prose and Diane LaMacchia.
Congratulations! Winston & Cynthia Lora of Medford. Cirque Du Soleil in Las Vegas VIP Package Winners. And a SPECIAL THANKS to all 418 viewers who called in with their support of Southern Oregon Public Television during our Winter Membership Drive! Thank you for watching and supporting Southern Oregon Public Television.
Friday, December 17 at 9 p.m. — A musical celebration of the joy of Christmas in Southern Oregon.
Join us Thursday, October 14, for another SOUTHERN OREGON TOWN HALL. Candidates for Jackson County Commissioner will discuss local issues with southern Oregon journalists in a town hall forum. Moderated by Julie Akins, news director at KOBI TV, questions will also be fielded from panelists Bob Hunter, editor of the Medford Mail Tribune, and Bill Meyer, radio commentator on KMED Radio.
Support SOPTV and see CELTIC THUNDER live or even meet the band. It’s just one of our ways of saying thanks for supporting Southern Oregon Public Television. CALL SOPTV for tickets: 541-779-0808 or 800-888-1847.
Sunday, May 9 at 1:30 p.m. — Explores the history of the City of Central Point, Oregon and its impact on the development of southern Oregon.