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.Read More
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.Read More
Discussion of whether the Oklahoma Educational Television Authority should remain a state entity is not new, but the debate has intensified this session.Read More
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.Read More
23rd & Lincoln
Get an insider’s perspective on what’s going on in the state government that may affect your business or organization. Featuring State Capitol press veteran Marie Price‘s take on what’s driving the day at the Capitol.