SOESD / Learning Matters / Newsletter Archive / November 2005 / German Television
Through special programming provided by Deutche Well Television (DW-TV), SOESD-TV viewers are given a European perspective on worldwide events and a multi-language experience that can encourage second language learning.
As a global source of information from Germany and Europe, DW-TV brings the latest news followed by up-to-date reports, magazine programs nd documentaries from the world of politics, economics, culture, and technology. Programs are broadcast throughout the day on two SOESD-TV channels in English, German, and Spanish.
From the art world to technology, teachers and students can take advantage of a wide variety of subjects and formats that focus on a global perspective.
Journal: An up-to-the-minute news and current affairs program, presenting the latest developments in the world of business and politics from Germany, Europe and the world.
Arts.21: A magazine format program about the German arts scene in the 21st century. This program highlights young German painters and photographers who are world-reknowed; putting the European art scene into an international context.
euromaxx: Provides an insight into Europe and the people who live there; its countries and customers, society and clebrities, atosphere and everyday life.
In Focus: Offers documentaries and reports that cover business and science, cluture and education, historical and present day events as well as sports and leisure.
Made in Germany: From stock markets across the continent to the offices of top CEO's viewers are given in-depth reports on business news from the heart of Europe.
People and Politics: A political magazine program that supplies stories behind the news. Discover how current moods of German parliament and government impact political standpoints, and examine how Germany is affected by international developments.
Quadriga: An international talk show, featuring four journalists discussing the week's top international issue. This program features a panel of foreign correspondents and german journalists as they exchange views on key political business and cultural topics.
Tomorrow Today: DW-TVs science program that focuses on current topics in research, and is aimed at anyone interested in ongoing projects in Germany and Europe. Reports use terms and concepts that are easily understood, portrayed in interesting ways, and address core issues at stake.
Southern Oregon residents can view these programs through cable cast channels provided by Charter Cablevision and Ashland Fiber Network.
Residents in Jackson County can view SOESD-TV programming on Charter Cablevision channels 9 and 32, or Ashland Fiber Network channel 98.
Grants Pass residents can view programming on Charter Cablevision channel 16, and Klamath Falls residents can view programming on Charter Cablevision channel 7.
For a complete program schedule, please visit our Cable Schedule