This is summer is going to be a busy one for Ben Garcia who heads SOPTV’s Teacher Community Program. Ben is working with Cliff Cowly, at Hedrick Middle School, who is the director of the Young Writers camps. Ben will … Continued
Next month, on Tuesday, June 5th, SOPTV will pay tribute to our veterans with a special recognition event at the Medford Armory. The community is welcome to attend the recognition event, but please be sure to RSVP at soptv.org/events or … Continued
This month SOPTV has its biggest membership drive ofthe year, beginning on March 3. You can see the tribute to the Beatles’ George Harrison in Concert for George on March 3, take a look back at the 50th anniversary of … Continued
Ann Curry is no stranger to southern Oregon viewers. Ann, who graduated from Ashland High School, earned her B.A. degree in Journalism at the University of Oregon and returned home to the Rogue Valley to start her career at KTVL … Continued
This month, SOPTV features Ken Burns’ and Lynn Novick’s 10-part, 18-hour documentary series: The Vietnam War. Ten years in the making, Vietnam tells the epic story of one of the most consequential, divisive, and controversial events in American history. The … Continued
As I write this month’s column, we just recently completed our June membership drive — the final pledge drive of our fiscal year. If you renewed your membership or sent an additional gift during our year-end campaign, thank you! We … Continued
I think the teaching profession contributes more to the future of our society than any other single profession.
— John Wooden, UCLA Basketball Coach*
Some might be surprised to hear this from a competitive NCAA Division One coach, but those who … Continued
As we enter our 40th year of service to southern Oregon, I’m reminded of people like you who have made KSYS and KFTS and our many translators possible. Thank you! Together, we’ve accomplished a great deal providing local programming and … Continued
This month your Southern Oregon Public Television celebrates its 40th year of bringing you the best television on television.
It all began in May of 1927 when Philo Farnsworth transmitted television pictures as part of a prototypical television system. By 1947 … Continued
This month our country will elect a new President and re-elect or send new representatives to Salem and Sacramento and to the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives. I hope you have found coverage by The PBS NewsHour, Washington Week, … Continued