A schedule of programming for a television broadcast featuring Houston was released Friday.
“Downtown Houston After Hours” had his premier last Sunday at 6:30 a.m. on KOZL, channel 27, in Springfield, which will be its weekly timeslot. Each show is later posted to YouTube.
The second segment aired Sunday, Dec. 29.
Hosted by Doug Deforest and Laura Crowley, each episode futures local talent and information about the area. The City of Houston and local businesses are paying for the production of the series.
Here are some of the guests scheduled to appear:
Elaine Campbell, development director for the City of Houston, talks about plans for restoring the Melba Theatre.
Joleen Durham talks about the expansion of Texas County Memorial Hospital.
Mayor Don Tottingham and Ron Reed visit about developments in the city.
Associate Circuit Judge Doug Gaston highlights the Constitution Project.
David Klotz, Bob Amburn and Amanda Starr talk about events occurring at Houston’s Lone Star Plaza.
Sharon Tyger and workers at Opportunity Sheltered Industries focus on the organization’s mission.
Maggie Jadwin and members of Community Betterment Y.O.U.T.H. discuss their activities.
Jeff McNiell and Mike Pacheco speak about Undivided Hearts.
Joleen and Brian Durham visit about Piney River Brewery.
The broadcast’s Facebook page is at facebook.com/downtownhoustonafterhours.