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Is Big Bird safe? (access required)

Under a bill authored by Sen. Clark Jolley, R-Edmond, the Oklahoma Educational Television Authority would be authorized to develop a network on which daily legislative sessions could be viewed.

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OETA seeking 52.6 percent appropriation increase; new director declines to reveal foundation salary (access required)

The Oklahoma Educational Television Authority, whose continued existence as a state-funded entity is opposed by some legislators, is requesting a 52.6 percent appropriation increase for FY 2013, part of which would be used for increased Capitol and legislative coverage.

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House vote gives OETA two-year extension (access required)

Discussion of whether the Oklahoma Educational Television Authority should remain a state entity is not new, but the debate has intensified this session.

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OETA performs important public service, says Bingman (access required)

Tuesday’s passage of a measure extending the life of the Oklahoma Educational Television Authority was “obviously, very important,” Senate President Pro Tempore Brian Bingman said Wednesday.

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