Happy Anniversary to Me!
Written by Holly on Sunday August 23, 2009
As of today, I've been working for OETA for ten years. A whole decade! In those ten years, I've gotten married, had two kids and moved twice.
What else has changed?
-- We're now on the air 24/7. We used to turn off our transmitter at midnight.
-- Draft schedule grids are now typed in a Word document instead of Word Perfect.
-- "Masterpiece Theatre" has undergone three title changes. (Mobil Masterpiece Theatre > Exxonmobile Masterpiece Theatre > Masterpiece Theatre > Masterpiece)
-- National Geographic used to be a magazine that produced a series for PBS. Now it has its own cable channel and has mostly left PBS behind.
-- Oklahoma turned 100-years old and our Capitol building now has a dome, and OETA captured the celebrations for all to see.
-- We're now broadcasting in beautiful high definition!
Things that have not changed include my desk chair, phone extension and most of my office supplies. No complaints, though! I love my office.
I hope I'm still here ten years from now. I look forward to looking back and waxing nostalgic about all of the changes that have happened since then.