Letter to the Editor: Fund OETA
BY LaRue Boyd, Tulsa
Sunday, February 10, 2013
2/10/13 at 7:54 AM
If Oklahoma legislators will watch some of the excellent programs on public television (OETA) such as "Nova," "Frontline," "American Experience" and "Masterpiece Theatre," perhaps they will realize that it deserves to continue to get state funding.
For people who don't subscribe to cable, OETA brings a chance to see and hear programs that entertain and inform on a higher level than the offerings on the networks. OETA has broadened my horizons since I first learned to watch it and I sincerely hope that it will continue - with the help of our tax dollars.
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A farm is seen during a dust storm on April 15, 1935, near Boise City. “The Dust Bowl,” a two-part documentary by KenBurns that aired in November on PBS, was seen on OETA in Oklahoma. Courtesy