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|123 W. Maine, 2nd floor|
|Channels||Digital: Cable: 11, 12, 19|
|Owner||City of Enid|
|First air date||May 18, 1987|
|Call letters' meaning||Public, Education, and Government Access Systems|
|Former channel number(s)||33, 34|
Enid Television Network (ETN), formerly PEGASYS, is a non-profit Public, educational, and government access (PEG) cable TV station located in Enid, Oklahoma. It broadcasts local government including city council and board of education meetings, NPR news radio, Community Talk, Math Mania, and the Mysterious Lab of Doctor Fear programs. ETN operates three channels. It changed names in 2014.
PEGASYS premiered as a community bulletin board in September 1986 on Channel 33. The first day of regular broadcast programming aired on Channel 33 on May 18, 1987. In 1991, Channel 34 premiered with educational television program. In June 1993, programming was moved Channels 11 and 12. In January 1997, Channel 19 was added as the community bulletin board. 
PEGASYS began telecasting of the Enid City Council and the Enid Board of Education meetings in early 1988. Regular staples in PEGASYS programming include Community Talk, Math Mania, and the Mysterious Lab of Doctor Fear. Since 1997 Channel 12 has featured Classic Arts Showcase and Channel 19's community bulletin board has carried an audio feed from National Public Radio via KOSU.
The station was originally housed in Enid City Hall. In 1987, PEGASYS moved to its current location in the Cherokee Strip Conference Center. In 1990, the station expanded its facilities by adding three editing rooms, and in 1996, by constructing a second studio.
In addition to a small paid staff, volunteers assist in training, administrative functions, serve on the Board of Directors and committees, produce original programming, and crew for studio and field productions. PEGASYS honors its volunteers and producers in its annual Videofest Awards Ceremony.
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