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FCC Releases Official List of Stations Terminating Analog Broadcasts

According to the official Excel file released today from the FCC, the following stations will continue to run analog transmitters after next Tuesday…

Oklahoma City

  • KFOR-TV
  • KOCO-TV
  • KOPX-TV
  • KSBI-TV
  • KTBO-TV
  • KTUZ-TV

Tulsa

  • KTPX-TV
  • KJRH-TV
  • KOKI-TV
  • KTUL-TV

Sherman, TX-Ada, OK

  • KTEN-TV

The other stations that cover Oklahoma, 16 of 28 stations, notified the FCC by last Friday that they would cut off their analog signals on the original cutoff date of February 17, 2009.

According to that Excel file, this is the list of stations terminating their analog signals next week:

Oklahoma City

  • KWET-TV
  • KAUT-TV
  • KETA-TV
  • KOCB-TV
  • KOKH-TV
  • KWTV-TV

Tulsa

  • KDOR-TV
  • KRSC-TV
  • KOET-TV
  • KQCW-TV
  • KGEB-TV
  • KMYT-TV
  • KOED-TV
  • KOTV-TV
  • KWHB-TV

Wichita Falls, TX-Lawton, OK

  • KSWO-TV
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4 Comments

  1. kenny9966
    Posted February 11, 2009 at 1:28 am | Permalink

    you know how much i hate to say this but im glad some stations will continue to run analog. all the okc stations were freezin up like crazy(there digital signal)in stillwater during all these storms. I think its in the best intrest of public to continue to run both until tornado season is over. tonight was way scary.

  2. Bobarino
    Posted February 11, 2009 at 6:02 am | Permalink

    Kenny:

    You might need to upgrade your antenna.

    What ya gonna do when severe weather arrives this Summer, Fall, …

    Next Year???

    Tornado season lasts ALL YEAR LONG in Oklahoma. 🙂

    Let the Digital Era commence.

  3. servicetech
    Posted February 11, 2009 at 10:54 pm | Permalink

    I’m glad KETA and KWTV are stopping 2/17 and moving to their analog frequency. I have a DTVpal DVR that isn’t happy with 33 and 32 being right next to each other and gives me channel breakup on KETA. All other tuners work just fine, so I know it’s not an antenna problem. Other DTVpal DVR owners have had similar issues.

  4. kenny9966
    Posted February 12, 2009 at 1:19 am | Permalink

    nah im so ready for dtv. i already have satellite that has 60 hd channels on my hdtv. i was just saying for the folks who have not got a coupon or waited for the last moment this gives them time during peak tornado season to get ready. i only use my ota when my satellite goes out which happens when a tornado possessing storm comes around lol. i live in an apartment so i cant have one of those huge antennas but i got a pretty big indoor antenna which gets all of okc fairly well except koco which is weak, but thats a whole new ball game there.

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