OETA programming valuable

BY YOUR NAME Staff Writer email@opubco.com Published: February 18, 2013

I'll be devastated if anything happens to the funding for the Oklahoma Educational Television Authority. PBS programming includes excellent series such as “Frontline” (fair and balanced investigative reporting), “NOVA” (science), “American Experience” and “Masterpiece.” OETA stations provide an opportunity for continuing education for all in a time of global competition. It's free as long as we can use part of our tax dollars to fund it. I hope our legislators will continue to vote for state funding to support OETA.

LaRue Boyd, Tulsa

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