For now, Oklahomans can still get to Sesame Street, but cuts to state appropriations for the Oklahoma Educational Television Authority have meant scaled-back local programming. Further loss of revenue for the service could mean deeper programming cuts or even put the OETA’s reach to rural areas in jeopardy, its executive director warns.
The Oklahoma Educational Television Authority (OETA) has installed Utah Scientific routing equipment to anchor the infrastructure for its new Tulsa studio and office facility. OETA is the regional PBS program provider serving 1.8 million viewers a week across Oklahoma and in surrounding states. The new plant replaces the analog/digital-hybrid Tulsa facility, and represents an upgrade […]