OETA works with a broad, diverse range of organizations to maximize the impact of content delivery and community engagement initiatives across the state:
OETA receives business news for its nightly newscast, the Oklahoma News Report, from The Journal Record.
OETA is partnering with eCapitol to provide in-depth election coverage for the Oklahoma News Report and Oklahoma Votes 2010.
iVote contributes content to Political Pulse and OETA's ongoing Oklahoma Votes 2010 election coverage.
The National Public Radio source for central Oklahoma provides audio broadcasts of several OETA programs.
Delivering NPR programming from the Oklahoma State University campus, "OPR" reporters help with OETA's statewide election coverage.
KCCU is a not-for-profit educational station licensed to Cameron University providing public radio broadcasting to southwest Oklahoma.
Creative Oklahoma recognizes, sustains, and supports creative ideas, initiatives and innovations that contribute to the greater good and can be shared, adapted or adopted by others.
The OKCMOA helps OETA with cross-promotion and public screenings, such as a sneak preview of Ken Burns' The War in 2007.
Explore Smithsonian quality exhibits that bring to life the voice and visions of Oklahoma at the OHC.
OAB and OETA partnered often during the digital television transition to ensure Oklahomans were prepared to make the switch.
Each year, OETA-The Oklahoma Network hosts the Oklahoma Broadcast Education Association Seminar. In 2008, more than 100 students and faculty members from 14 universities and colleges across the state attended. The seminar featured various radio and television broadcasting panelists from Lawton, Tulsa and Oklahoma City. During the event, the OETA Foundation awarded three $1,000 scholarships to outstanding broadcasting students. Students also participated in OETA's Voter Voices project, offering their unique perspectives on last year's historic election season.
Each year, the Oklahoma City Zoo welcomes OETA's main Ready to Learn event, Read Across Oklahoma. More than 900 at-risk children attended in 2009. The OKC Zoo also co-hosted a free performance of the Between the Lions live road show.
In 2008, the Tulsa Zoo co-hosted with OETA a live Between the Lions show, with more than 400 children and their families attending.
A partnership of various literacy organizations including OETA, on a mission to provide services and resources to ensure community-wide literacy.
Formerly OklaTravelNet, OklaVision is Oklahoma's online travel channel provides invaluable promotional support and features OETA content in its online archives.
OETA and ODL partner on a variety literacy initiatives, inlcuding Ready to Learn and the annual Read Across Oklahoma event.
American Indian Cultural Center & Museum is a key partner in OETA's Native story collection initiative, helping with promotion, gathering stories and serving as the permanent repository for stories after the project concludes.
Circle Cinema has partnered with OETA to host public screenings of OETA programs and used its resources to gather countless stories of veterans during the OK WWII Stories project.
Oklahoma's telecommunications network for education and government.