Oklahoma cable television provider, Cox Communications, recently began carrying OC’s TV news program, “Eagle Angle,” live in the Oklahoma City and Tulsa markets.
The program airs at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday and replays at 4 p.m. Thursday. The half-hour news show can be seen on the Cox Channel (channels 3 and 703 in both cities).
“This is a great chance for our students to have their work seen in Oklahoma City and Tulsa,” said Dr. Larry Jurney, chair of OC’s communication department. “We are thankful to Cox for entrusting us with this opportunity.”
“Eagle Angle” is run and anchored by OC students. The show includes both local and national news, weather, entertainment and sports.
In addition, Oklahoma Christian is one of just a few Oklahoma colleges that uses its students to shoot home basketball games and broadcast them to the community.
The student-produced game broadcasts also are available on Cox in Oklahoma City and Tulsa.
View more stories from the Spring 2011 issue of Vision magazine.