Delta College Quality Public Television's Diversity Programming
Second Act: Life at 50+
Q-TV's newest series, Second Act: Life at 50+, examines a variety of "life stage" issues important to those 50 and over. Hosted by Mike Redford and produced in conjunction with Delta College's 50+ Just Like Gold Program,
Second Act looks at a broad spectrum of issues, ranging from careers, recreation, and civic engagement to health, legal, and financial concerns.
This monthly news magazine focuses on the Hispanic community in Mid-Michigan. Somos Hispanos highlights the history, heritage, arts, and culture of the Hispanic community, the issues they face everyday, and the individuals who make a positive difference. This program is now in its 11th year serving the mid-Michigan community.
Soul Issue: The African-American Perspective
Soul Issue is devoted to issues important to the 13,000 members of the African-American community in the Great Lakes Bay Region. Hosted by Linda Holoman, Soul Issue discusses topical issues, community leaders, interesting individuals, and historical milestones, in order to promote positive African-American role models, lifestyles, and relationships. This program is now in its 9th year serving the mid-Michigan community.
Delta MHz World View Channel
MHz Worldview is a national, independent, non-commercial TV program service airing on one of Q-TV's multicast digital channels. This multicultural world wide service presents fresh, relevant English-language international content including news, documentaries, cultural programming, dramas, film & mysteries, music and sports.
Known for its Programming for Globally-Minded People, MHz Worldview serves as a liaison in bringing programs and understanding from around the world to Delta College's broadcasting audiences.