OETA Explores State Capitol’s Infrastructure

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OETA Explores State Capitol’s Infrastructure

Thursday January 10 at 7 p.m., OETA-The Oklahoma Network’s Emmy Award-winning documentary series Stateline explores the infrastructure of Oklahoma’s State Capitol building.

When the Oklahoma State Capitol was built in 1917, it was a modern showplace complete with indoor plumbing and electric lights. After 96 years of constant use the symbol of state pride is showing its age.

OETA’s award winning documentary series Stateline takes a look behind the marble walls to examine the problems and the cost to repair them.

Now in its 13th season, Stateline is a regularly scheduled documentary series produced by OETA-The Oklahoma Network that focuses on the issues and concerns of all Oklahomans. The Emmy Award-winning series produces documentaries with an Oklahoma focus. Recent documentaries include an investigation into the state’s meth problem, Oklahoma National Guard deployments, a history of the Governor’s Mansion, the devastating effects of Alzheimer’s disease and an intimate look inside Oklahoma’s Native past, present and future. Visit oeta.tv/stateline to watch past episodes.

OETA-The Oklahoma Network consistently engages Oklahomans across the state with educational, national and local public television programming, community engagement initiatives and interactive online features that collectively encourage lifelong learning. Explore www.oeta.tv for more information about Oklahoma productions, to watch videos, access community resources, view show schedules and more.


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