Oklahoma’s first tribally owned public television station on track to be on the air before Christmas
The Cheyenne and Arapaho tribes’ station, CATV-47, the state’s first tribally owned public television station, is in the works to be on air
before Christmas, according to a statement made by Cheyenne and Arapaho media production manager Billy Takalo-Williamson in a report in the
Cheyenne & Arapaho Tribal Tribune.
The article also says that once the station is in operation, it will reach viewers within a 40-mile radius of the station’s master control tower in Concho, with 47.1, 47.2 and 47.3 listed as its digital channels.
To read the complete story, visit www.c-a-tribes.org/tribal-news. Select the July 15 issue, and it’s located on the front page.
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