'Immense Possibilities' getting national distribution

A public television series produced in the Rogue Valley soon will be on small screens across the country.

Southern Oregon Public Television recently completed negotiations with the National Educational Telecommunications Association to distribute 13 episodes of SOPTV's original show "Immense Possibilities," according to a news release. The move will add up to 20 stations to the five already distributing the show, according to SOPTV content and services director Brad Fay.

"Immense Possibilities," hosted by former Jackson County Commissioner Jeff Golden, has been running for five seasons and has tallied 141 episodes. The weekly show is about "people and community projects that are changing the world," the release said.

It debuted on SOPTV in 2011 and was produced in SOPTV's studio for three years. By 2014, the show was running across Oregon. In 2014, the studio entered into an agreement with Southern Oregon University and began shooting episodes at SOU's Digital Media Center.

Past episodes can be viewed online at http://www.soptv.org/immense-possibilities.

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