OETA names studio after broadcasting veteran Bill Thrash
The OETA board of directors has named the network’s Oklahoma City studio in honor of longtime station manager and broadcasting veteran Bill Thrash.
The William C. “Bill” Thrash Studio features the production of most of OETA’s Oklahoma programs, such as the OETA Movie Club, Oklahoma News Report, Oklahoma Forum, The People’s Business, Oklahoma Votes, Oklahoma Capitol Connection and others.
“We have done our best to maintain high standards and raise the quality bar of studio television production through the years in OETA’s multifaceted studio,” Thrash said in a news release.
OETA Executive Director Dan Schiedel shared how the naming of the studio is the perfect way to honor Thrash.
“Bill’s Oklahoma television legacy stretches across the state through his invaluable guidance in building OETA’s strong lineup of local productions,” Schiedel said in the news release.
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