This podcast is an audio recording of a fifteen minute press conference held on April 1, 2008, at the Oklahoma Heritage Association in downtown Oklahoma City. During this event, AT&T Oklahoma President Don Cain announced $100,000 of new grant funding from the AT&T Foundation for Oklahoma non-profit organizations. These groups include the Oklahoma Heritage Association, the Oklahoma Art Museum, and the Oklahoma National Memorial Museum. Grant funds provided to the Oklahoma Heritage Association will support expansion of the Celebrate Oklahoma Voices project, which is a statewide digital storytelling initiative which began as the Oklahoma Digital Centennial project. The Oklahoma Art Museum will be expanding its virtual exhibits as well as its offered podcasts. The Oklahoma National Memorial Museum, among other things, will use its grant funding to create cell phone audio tours for visitors to the Memorial and Museum.


Show Notes:

  1. The AT&T Foundation
  2. The Oklahoma Heritage Association
  3. The Celebrate Oklahoma Voices Project (formerly the Oklahoma Digital Centennial Project)
  4. The Celebrate Oklahoma Voices Ning (social network and videos)
  5. Oklahoma City Museum Of Art
  6. Oklahoma National Memorial and Museum
  7. OnCell Systems (cell phone audio tours)
  8. Guide by Cell (cell phone audio tours)
  9. Howe Public School (Oklahoma) high school students win KC3 2008 (nationwide virtual field trip contest)

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