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us: Ozarks Public Television



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    • us: KOZK-TV (Television station : Springfield, Mo.)
    • us: KOZJ-TV (Television station : Joplin, Mo.)
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    • found: Ozarks voices, the story of Springfield [VR] c1999: container (Ozarks Public Television)
    • found: OCLC, Mar. 30, 2000 (hdg.: Ozarks Public Television ; usage: Ozarks Public Television; Ozarks Public Television KOZK/KOZJ Springfield/Joplin, MO)
    • found: PBS WWW Home page, Mar. 30, 2000 (Ozarks Public Television; community licensee for KOZK-TV, channel 21, Springfield, Mo. (Drury University campus) and KOZJ-TV, channel 26, Joplin, Mo. (Missouri Southern State College campus); provides PBS programming and instructional television services in Southwest Missouri)
    • found: Ozarks Public Television WWW site, viewed Apr. 6, 2015: (Ozarks Public Television is the Missouri State licensee for KOZK-TV, channel 21, in Springfield, Missouri and KOZJ-TV, channel 26 in Joplin, Missouri; university licensee; located on the Missouri State University campus in Springfield; a service of Missouri State University)
    • found: FCC WWW site, viewed Apr. 6, 2015: (KOZK, licensee: Board of Governors of Missouri State University, 901 S. National Ave., Springfield, MO, 65897-0001; same name and address for KOZJ)
    • found: Wikipedia WWW site, viewed Apr. 6, 2015: KOZK (KOZK, KOZJ utilize the unified brand Ozarks Public Television, and both their signals cover the Ozarks region of southwestern Missouri, southeastern Kansas, northwestern Arkansas and far northeastern Oklahoma; PBS member television stations; the station's programming is simulcast on satellite station KOZJ in Joplin; Springfield Community Television, a nonprofit group founded in 1974; KOZK first signed on the air in January 1975; KOZJ signed on from Joplin on June 1, 1986; in 2001, the board agreed to sell the station to Southwest Missouri State University (now Missouri State University))
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    • 2000-08-25: new
    • 2015-04-06: revised
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