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Thank you so much for your steadfast financial support of Public Radio Tulsa. Listener support for public broadcasting continues to be strong, and thanks to you, we are able to continue our level of service to you and the community.
We continue to participate in State Impact Oklahoma, a partnership of all public radio stations in the state, which has provided some of Oklahoma’s best and most complete reporting on environmental, energy, and natural resource issues.
We are also embarking on a partnership with Oklahoma Watch, a non-profit journalism center. You’ve been able to read their print stories on our website for some time, and now we are adding an audio component. Plus, we continue to inform, and entertain you with our regular news, information, and music programs.
In 2015, NPR debuted Invisibilia, a highly successful new limited series pilot. We’ve heard from a number of listeners asking when the new show will start. Unfortunately, the overwhelming success took the producers by surprise. Expect to hear another limited series sometime before years’ end. Another program we would like your feedback on is Reveal, an investigative journalism partnership between the Center for Investigative Journalism and PRX. That program will go weekly in July, and is currently broadcasting on a monthly basis in our Documentary of the Week slot.
All of our radio programs, new and recurring, are due to your considerable generosity, the support of some significant institutions, and from many underwriting businesses in our community. If you are financially able, please make a gift to support the station this spring with your tax-deductible donation.
Our goal is $200,000, which is about half of our yearly programming fees. Thank you for understanding the value of public broadcasting's service, whether it’s in-depth news, our substantial and reasoned information programs, or cultural programming, be it classical, opera, jazz, western swing or “Red Dirt” music.
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