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Coming to OETA February 2017

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This February on OETA: American Experience profiles the Oklahoma City bombing, Nature presents its newest miniseries "Spy in the Wild," Aurora: Fire in the Sky gives a look at this incredible natural phenomena and get caught up on Victoria with an Oscar Sunday marathon.

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American Experience: Oklahoma City Premieres February 7

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“Oklahoma City” explores the intertwined narratives of the worst domestic terrorist attack in the U.S. and the anti-government movement that inspired the actions of Timothy McVeigh, including two standoffs with law enforcement with tragic outcomes — Ruby Ridge and the Branch Davidian compound in Waco, Texas.

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OETA Announces Programming Change to OETA OKLA

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OETA has announced programming changes to its secondary standard definition channel, OETA OKLA. The programming changes take effect Sunday, Jan. 1, 2017.

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PBS Announces Mid-Season Schedule

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PBS unveiled a strong 2017 winter/spring season lineup Thursday that includes Victoria, Call the Midwife, Sherlock, Mercy Street and a new major arts strand, Landmarks Live in Concert.

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Gallery America, Back in Time Marathons to Air This New Year's

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OETA airs two of its locally-produced shows on OETA-HD beginning at 5 p.m. on Dec, 31 with Gallery America and Jan. 1 starting at 4 p.m. with Back in Time.

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Holiday Programming Highlights December Schedule on OETA

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December on OETA features the return of holiday favorites, including Curious George: A Very Monkey Christmas and Wild Kratts: A Creature Christmas. We also have holidays specials from Call the Midwife, "The Voice" winner Jordan Smith, Celtic Woman, Andre Rieu and Lidia Bastianich. OETA's local programming includes a Gallery America marathon and What's the Deal? in primetime!

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Two New Pearl Harbor Documentaries to Air December 6

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Two new documentaries about the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, Pearl Harbor - USS Oklahoma: The Final Story and Pearl Harbor: Into the Arizona air in advance of the 75th anniversary of the December 7 attack.

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Gallery America #204

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November is about family and coming home. That’s why I’m excited for the premier of our November offering. The entire program is dedicated to Oklahoma artists, our family.

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November 2016 on OETA

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Here's a look at what's coming to OETA in November.

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October 2016 on OETA

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Here's a look at what's on OETA in October 2016! Don't forget to set programming reminders via email and your calendar on our schedule page.

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September 2016 on OETA

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Here's a look at what's on OETA in September 2016! Don't forget to set programming reminders via email and your calendar on our schedule page.

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Gallery America Features Stillwater's Wade Tower June 9

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OETA airs an all-new Gallery America on Thursday, June 9 at 7 p.m. on OETA-HD.

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Back in Time, Gallery to Air on OETA HD Dec. 26 & 27

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The Oklahoma Educational Television Authority (OETA) airs two of its award-winning locally produced shows on OETA HD beginning at 5 p.m. CT Saturday, Dec. 26, with Back in Time and again Sunday, Dec. 27, beginning at 4 p.m. with Gallery.

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Gallery America Premieres January 7 on OETA

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OETA's Emmy Award winning producers of Gallery, Oklahoma’s only television program dedicated to the arts, have joined forces with producers from around the nation to bring a new series to OETA.

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OETA's "Back In Time" Profiles Oklahoma's Civil Rights Struggle

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OETA’s award-winning documentary series "Back In Time" looks at the Oklahomans who risked everything in the fight for “Civil Rights.” 

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