The Emmy Award-winning documentary series “Stateline” focuses on the infrastructrue of Oklahoma’s state Capitol building at 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 10 on OETA-The Oklahoma Network.
A synopsis of the program and information on “Stateline,” provided by OETA, are as follows:
- When the Oklahoma state Capitol was built in 1917, it was a modern showplace complete with indoor plumbing and electric lights. After 96 years of constant use the symbol of state pride is showing its age.
OETA’s award-winning documentary series “Stateline” takes a look behind the marble walls to examine the problems and the cost to repair them.
- Now in its 13th season,“Stateline” is a regularly scheduled documentary series produced by OETA-The Oklahoma Network that focuses on the issues and concerns of all Oklahomans.
The Emmy Award-winning series produces documentaries with an Oklahoma focus.
Recent documentaries include an investigation into the state’s meth problem, Oklahoma National Guard deployments, a history of the Governor’s Mansion, the devastating effects of Alzheimer’s disease and an intimate look inside Oklahoma’s Native past, present and future.
Visit oeta.tv/stateline to watch past episodes.
(Photo provided by OETA)
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