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TULSA, OK -- A Tulsa school is helping pave the way for future broadcasting students. Webster High School unveiled its new broadcast center at the magnet school during a ribbon cutting ceremony on Tuesday.
The center is the newest addition to a program that allows students to receive classroom and on the job experience in a first-class facility.
"We have cameras, we have the news station, sets, we have a backdrop. We could put you in space with the backdrop. It's everything. There's nothing missing. It's perfect," said Brittani Garell, a junior at Webster High School.
Garell says the best part about the program is that it's free.