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Ozarks Public Broadcasting encourages the exploration of ideas and their application to citizenship. Ozarks Public Television began broadcasting in 1975 as KOZK-TV, a community licensed station. In 1986, KOZJ-TV began broadcasting as a repeater station in Joplin. Since then, OPT has provided Southwest Missouri, Northern Arkansas, Southeast Kansas and Northeast Oklahoma with high-quality national and locally-produced public television programs. OPT became a part of Missouri [...]

Ozarks Public Broadcasting encourages the exploration of ideas and their application to citizenship.

Ozarks Public Television began broadcasting in 1975 as KOZK-TV, a community licensed station. In 1986, KOZJ-TV began broadcasting as a repeater station in Joplin. Since then, OPT has provided Southwest Missouri, Northern Arkansas, Southeast Kansas and Northeast Oklahoma with high-quality national and locally-produced public television programs. OPT became a part of Missouri State University in 2001, joining KSMU to form Ozarks Public Broadcasting.

KSMU Radio was established at the University in 1974. Today, KSMU is the Ozarks’ source for noncommercial public radio, with full-power transmitters and repeater stations in Springfield, Joplin, Branson, Neosho, West Plains and Mountain Grove. Since its inception, KSMU has provided award-winning local and national news and information.

For over three decades, OPT and KSMU have been providing the Ozarks with the highest quality programming. Ozarks Public Broadcasting is committed to continuing that tradition.Ozarks Public Broadcasting encourages the exploration of ideas and their application to citizenship.

Ozarks Public Television began broadcasting in 1975 as KOZK-TV, a community licensed station. In 1986, KOZJ-TV began broadcasting as a repeater station in Joplin. Since then, OPT has provided Southwest Missouri, Northern Arkansas, Southeast Kansas and Northeast Oklahoma with high-quality national and locally-produced public television programs. OPT became a part of Missouri State University in 2001, joining KSMU to form Ozarks Public Broadcasting.

KSMU Radio was established at the University in 1974. Today, KSMU is the Ozarks’ source for noncommercial public radio, with full-power transmitters and repeater stations in Springfield, Joplin, Branson, Neosho, West Plains and Mountain Grove. Since its inception, KSMU has provided award-winning local and national news and information.

For over three decades, OPT and KSMU have been providing the Ozarks with the highest quality programming. Ozarks Public Broadcasting is committed to continuing that tradition.Ozarks Public Broadcasting encourages the exploration of ideas and their application to citizenship.

Ozarks Public Television began broadcasting in 1975 as KOZK-TV, a community licensed station. In 1986, KOZJ-TV began broadcasting as a repeater station in Joplin. Since then, OPT has provided Southwest Missouri, Northern Arkansas, Southeast Kansas and Northeast Oklahoma with high-quality national and locally-produced public television programs. OPT became a part of Missouri State University in 2001, joining KSMU to form Ozarks Public Broadcasting.

KSMU Radio was established at the University in 1974. Today, KSMU is the Ozarks’ source for noncommercial public radio, with full-power transmitters and repeater stations in Springfield, Joplin, Branson, Neosho, West Plains and Mountain Grove. Since its inception, KSMU has provided award-winning local and national news and information.

For over three decades, OPT and KSMU have been providing the Ozarks with the highest quality programming. Ozarks Public Broadcasting is committed to continuing that tradition.Ozarks Public Broadcasting encourages the exploration of ideas and their application to citizenship.

Ozarks Public Television began broadcasting in 1975 as KOZK-TV, a community licensed station. In 1986, KOZJ-TV began broadcasting as a repeater station in Joplin. Since then, OPT has provided Southwest Missouri, Northern Arkansas, Southeast Kansas and Northeast Oklahoma with high-quality national and locally-produced public television programs. OPT became a part of Missouri State University in 2001, joining KSMU to form Ozarks Public Broadcasting.

KSMU Radio was established at the University in 1974. Today, KSMU is the Ozarks’ source for noncommercial public radio, with full-power transmitters and repeater stations in Springfield, Joplin, Branson, Neosho, West Plains and Mountain Grove. Since its inception, KSMU has provided award-winning local and national news and information.

For over three decades, OPT and KSMU have been providing the Ozarks with the highest quality programming. Ozarks Public Broadcasting is committed to continuing that tradition.Ozarks Public Broadcasting encourages the exploration of ideas and their application to citizenship.

Ozarks Public Television began broadcasting in 1975 as KOZK-TV, a community licensed station. In 1986, KOZJ-TV began broadcasting as a repeater station in Joplin. Since then, OPT has provided Southwest Missouri, Northern Arkansas, Southeast Kansas and Northeast Oklahoma with high-quality national and locally-produced public television programs. OPT became a part of Missouri State University in 2001, joining KSMU to form Ozarks Public Broadcasting.

KSMU Radio was established at the University in 1974. Today, KSMU is the Ozarks’ source for noncommercial public radio, with full-power transmitters and repeater stations in Springfield, Joplin, Branson, Neosho, West Plains and Mountain Grove. Since its inception, KSMU has provided award-winning local and national news and information.

For over three decades, OPT and KSMU have been providing the Ozarks with the highest quality programming. Ozarks Public Broadcasting is committed to continuing that tradition.

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Thank you for supporting KOZK

Ozarks Public Broadcasting encourages the exploration of ideas and their application to citizenship. Ozarks Public Television began broadcasting in 1975 as KOZK-TV, a community licensed station. In 1986, KOZJ-TV began broadcasting as a repeater station in Joplin. Since then, OPT has provided Southwest Missouri, Northern Arkansas, Southeast Kansas and Northeast Oklahoma with high-quality national and locally-produced public television programs. OPT became a part of Missouri[...]

Ozarks Public Broadcasting encourages the exploration of ideas and their application to citizenship.

Ozarks Public Television began broadcasting in 1975 as KOZK-TV, a community licensed station. In 1986, KOZJ-TV began broadcasting as a repeater station in Joplin. Since then, OPT has provided Southwest Missouri, Northern Arkansas, Southeast Kansas and Northeast Oklahoma with high-quality national and locally-produced public television programs. OPT became a part of Missouri State University in 2001, joining KSMU to form Ozarks Public Broadcasting.

KSMU Radio was established at the University in 1974. Today, KSMU is the Ozarks’ source for noncommercial public radio, with full-power transmitters and repeater stations in Springfield, Joplin, Branson, Neosho, West Plains and Mountain Grove. Since its inception, KSMU has provided award-winning local and national news and information.

For over three decades, OPT and KSMU have been providing the Ozarks with the highest quality programming. Ozarks Public Broadcasting is committed to continuing that tradition.Ozarks Public Broadcasting encourages the exploration of ideas and their application to citizenship.

Ozarks Public Television began broadcasting in 1975 as KOZK-TV, a community licensed station. In 1986, KOZJ-TV began broadcasting as a repeater station in Joplin. Since then, OPT has provided Southwest Missouri, Northern Arkansas, Southeast Kansas and Northeast Oklahoma with high-quality national and locally-produced public television programs. OPT became a part of Missouri State University in 2001, joining KSMU to form Ozarks Public Broadcasting.

KSMU Radio was established at the University in 1974. Today, KSMU is the Ozarks’ source for noncommercial public radio, with full-power transmitters and repeater stations in Springfield, Joplin, Branson, Neosho, West Plains and Mountain Grove. Since its inception, KSMU has provided award-winning local and national news and information.

For over three decades, OPT and KSMU have been providing the Ozarks with the highest quality programming. Ozarks Public Broadcasting is committed to continuing that tradition.Ozarks Public Broadcasting encourages the exploration of ideas and their application to citizenship.

Ozarks Public Television began broadcasting in 1975 as KOZK-TV, a community licensed station. In 1986, KOZJ-TV began broadcasting as a repeater station in Joplin. Since then, OPT has provided Southwest Missouri, Northern Arkansas, Southeast Kansas and Northeast Oklahoma with high-quality national and locally-produced public television programs. OPT became a part of Missouri State University in 2001, joining KSMU to form Ozarks Public Broadcasting.

KSMU Radio was established at the University in 1974. Today, KSMU is the Ozarks’ source for noncommercial public radio, with full-power transmitters and repeater stations in Springfield, Joplin, Branson, Neosho, West Plains and Mountain Grove. Since its inception, KSMU has provided award-winning local and national news and information.

For over three decades, OPT and KSMU have been providing the Ozarks with the highest quality programming. Ozarks Public Broadcasting is committed to continuing that tradition.Ozarks Public Broadcasting encourages the exploration of ideas and their application to citizenship.

Ozarks Public Television began broadcasting in 1975 as KOZK-TV, a community licensed station. In 1986, KOZJ-TV began broadcasting as a repeater station in Joplin. Since then, OPT has provided Southwest Missouri, Northern Arkansas, Southeast Kansas and Northeast Oklahoma with high-quality national and locally-produced public television programs. OPT became a part of Missouri State University in 2001, joining KSMU to form Ozarks Public Broadcasting.

KSMU Radio was established at the University in 1974. Today, KSMU is the Ozarks’ source for noncommercial public radio, with full-power transmitters and repeater stations in Springfield, Joplin, Branson, Neosho, West Plains and Mountain Grove. Since its inception, KSMU has provided award-winning local and national news and information.

For over three decades, OPT and KSMU have been providing the Ozarks with the highest quality programming. Ozarks Public Broadcasting is committed to continuing that tradition.Ozarks Public Broadcasting encourages the exploration of ideas and their application to citizenship.

Ozarks Public Television began broadcasting in 1975 as KOZK-TV, a community licensed station. In 1986, KOZJ-TV began broadcasting as a repeater station in Joplin. Since then, OPT has provided Southwest Missouri, Northern Arkansas, Southeast Kansas and Northeast Oklahoma with high-quality national and locally-produced public television programs. OPT became a part of Missouri State University in 2001, joining KSMU to form Ozarks Public Broadcasting.

KSMU Radio was established at the University in 1974. Today, KSMU is the Ozarks’ source for noncommercial public radio, with full-power transmitters and repeater stations in Springfield, Joplin, Branson, Neosho, West Plains and Mountain Grove. Since its inception, KSMU has provided award-winning local and national news and information.

For over three decades, OPT and KSMU have been providing the Ozarks with the highest quality programming. Ozarks Public Broadcasting is committed to continuing that tradition.

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