STATEWIDE COVERAGE

 

  • FCC Filings

    The Oklahoma Educational Television Authority, because of its status as a broadcast facility, is required by federal law to make public certain information about its hiring practices. This information is provided for your convenience in addition to the required filings to the Federal Communications Commission which are a matter of public record.

  • In accordance with Oklahoma Statues (Section 533.1)¬†pertaining to authorized agencies of the State of Oklahoma, the Oklahoma Educational Television Authority is publishing an agenda of each meeting of the Authority Board.

  • Oklahoma Educational Television Authority Equal Employment Opportunity Affirmative Action Plans

    Consistent with federal and state laws and guidelines established for equal employment opportunity and affirmative action, OETA would like to affirm its continuing policy to provide equal employment and advancement opportunity in all job classifications of this agency without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, political affiliation or opinion, or disability so long as the disability does not render the person unable to do the work for which employed.

    The principles of equal employment opportunity apply to all employment practices and personnel actions throughout the agency, including recruiting, hiring, promotions, demotions, separations, training, transfers, layoffs (RIF), recall, compensation, benefits and all other terms and conditions of employment. All personnel actions, as well as all decisions relating to employment practices, are to be made in accordance with the spirit of equal employment opportunity for all.

    We have developed an affirmative action plan to assist us in achieving our goal of equal employment opportunity for all.