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Enter the 2013 MASTERPIECE Classic Sweepstakes daily through April 30, 2013, for a chance to win a trip for two adults from the US to Britain! This 5-day, 4-night trip features a VIP tour of Highclere Castle with Lord Carnarvon, and afternoon tea with Lady Carnarvon, author of “Lady Almina and the Real Downton Abbey.” [...]
We would like to learn more about what you think of our weekly program. Answer all the questions to be entered in a drawing for a basket of gifts, including books, music CDs, an SOPTV tote bag, program DVDs, and more. Get your entry in before May 10 to be eligible to win. Winner will [...]
Start the new year off right with our great lineup of New Years Day programing.
“MISSION ACCOMPLISHED!” says our engineer. We are receiving the King Mountain signal in addition to the Medford Baldy signal. If you are still experiencing issues, let us know.
Weather permitting, our engineers will travel by helicopter to King Mountain this weekend, tentatively Saturday. Our goal is to get the Transmitter back on air by Sunday evening.
Can’t wait for Season 3 of Downton Abbey, premiering on January 6? Come to our free public screening on December 11 at 2 pm…
Young children — and their parents — love and enjoy Sesame Street and all of the award-winning childrens’ programming seen on SOPTV and public television stations across the country. When Governor Mitt Romney prioritized defunding “Big Bird” and PBS to reduce the federal deficit during the first presidential debate, Big Bird became one of the most trafficked Twitter subjects, reaching 17,000 tweets per minute.
U.S. Bancorp Foundation recently awarded a $3,000 Cultural and Artistic Enrichment Grant to Southern Oregon Public Television for the fourth consecutive year.
Starting this month, we have completed our transition to a unified public broadcasting schedule throughout Oregon. Working with Oregon Public Broadcasting (OPB), we began to make changes to our schedule back in May.
Once again national research has confirmed that PBS is the most trusted institution, and federal support of public television is considered an “excellent” use of tax dollars — for the ninth consecutive year.