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September 18, 2007

RSU Public Television presents ‘The History Project'

Rogers State University Public Television recently announced the addition of “The History Project” to its line-up starting Wednesday at 8 p.m.

The History Project will draw on the best history films from around the world and will feature a broad range of eras and events, as well as breadth of locations. The series will cover many topics including the Lost Kingdom of Tibet and the colossal maritime battle of Lepanto, to the building of the German Atlantic line of defense during World War II.

RSU Public TV will air 10 episodes of the show this fall with a new one airing at 8 p.m. each Wednesday. 

The station is based on RSU’s Claremore campus and reaches 1.2 million people within a 75-mile radius of the campus and is Oklahoma’s only full-powered television station operated by a public university.

RSU Public TV broadcasts on UHF Channel 35, Tulsa and Claremore cable channel 19, DISH TV channel 35 and satellite systems across northeastern Oklahoma. More information about the program and RSU Public Television is available by calling (800) 832-7210 or visiting www.rsupublictv.org.