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My Source

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My Source Ambassadors

Louisa McCune (0:40)

Originally broadcast on February 14, 2011


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My Source Ambassadors

Grayson Abner (0:32)

Originally broadcast on February 14, 2011


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My Source Ambassadors

Chuck Cissel (0:50)

Originally broadcast on February 14, 2011


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My Source Ambassadors

Bobbi Matchette (0:45)

Originally broadcast on February 14, 2011


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My Source Ambassadors

Terry Clark (0:60)

Originally broadcast on February 14, 2011


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My Source

Get Involved

From precious little ones learning the alphabet to curious minds of all ages discovering their passion, public television impacts all of our lives. That's why OETA - The Oklahoma Network is launching My Source, a new project that engages viewers like you from all across the state to help us communicate the value of OETA. Tell us how OETA is essential to you, online at oeta.tv Whether OETA is your source for inspiration, information, state news, arts, community connections, or making a safe place for children - we need to hear from you. Go to oeta.tv now and tell us why OETA is your source.

Originally broadcast on November 3, 2009