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Oklahoma Heroes: Ed Pulido Major Ed Pulido, U.S. Army (Ret.) is the Sr. VP of the Folds of Honor Foundation a Veteran’s charity which provides the spouses and children of the fallen and wounded educational scholarships. Additionally, he is a Founding [...]
The Verdigris: In Search of Will Rogers This independently produced documentary, distributed by RSU Public TV, follows singer-songwriter Beau Jennings as he set out to make his latest album. He thought the subject would be about his experiences in Brooklyn, [...]
Oklahoma Military Academy: Westpoint of the Southwest This RSU TV documentary explores the rich history of the Oklahoma Military Academy, RSU’s precursor institution with rare archival footage, and interviews. Written by John Wooley and narrated by Bill Kurtis. To purchase this [...]
Coleman Theatre Beautiful This fascinating documentary takes viewers on a trip down historic Route 66 to explore one of Oklahoma’s oldest and most elegant theaters still in existence – the Coleman Theatre in Miami, Oklahoma. Explore the beauty of the theater’s [...]
RSU: The First 100 Years Take a journey through the 100-year history of the beautiful School on the Hill. Rare film footage and archival photos bring to life the legacies of each of the institutions that have been located on this [...]
Voices of Bartlesville The story of a community is not one tale, but many. It is a familiar song sung by a choir, and ever voice in it gives life to the music. To help tell this story we turned to [...]
Gilcrease Museum: America's Story Gilcrease Museum has been described as the most American of American museums, holding an unrivaled collection of art and artifacts of the American West. RSU Public Television takes a look at its rich history as well [...]
Will Rogers and American Politics In the 1930s, with the United States mired in the Great Depression and teetering on the brink of a second World War, millions of Americans turned to a rope-twirling, plain-talking Cherokee cowboy for clarity, comfort [...]