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KOSU Opens its New Studio

Filed by Michael Cross in Art & Life, Business, Feature, Local News, News.
September 19, 2013

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KOSU opens its new studio in the Hart Building on Oklahoma City’s Historic Film Row.

KOSU’s Michael Cross sat down with Director Kelly Burley about what it means for the station, Oklahoma City and Stillwater.

It all starts with a ribbon cutting Friday morning at 10:00.

That evening the party continues with a live concert on Sheridan from Shartel to Lee featuring Ali Harter, Beau Jennings an the Tigers and the Feel Spectres all starting at 6:00.

Businesses in the area are also working with Upward Transition by holding a Backpack Drive for the homeless in the area.

Other activities on Film Row that night include a 48-hour festival screening at the Individual Artists of Oklahoma as well as a drive-in movie and food/wine pairings at The Paramount OKC.

One Response to “KOSU Opens its New Studio”

  1. liz says:

    Wish I could be there. Congratulations from Kansas

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