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OETA stations added to DirecTV

Newshawk writes: Yesterday (8/19/09), DirecTV added OETA stations KETA in OKC and KOED in Tulsa to those cities’ HD line up.

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Analog Cut Off Today

Today is the day!. I believe KOCO analog is going to go off the air at 9AM today. I am not sure about the other stations, so let us know what is going on out there.

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Analog Cut Off Tomorrow

The final DTV cutoff is tomorrow. It is about time. Newsok.com had an article about the DTV transition tomorrow.

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Feb 17th DTV Transion is Here

The time has finally come for the 1st part of the DTV transition to now become reality. If you have a digital tv or a converter you will need to do a rescan for digital tv channels today. In the Oklahoma City area KWTV-DT is moving its DTV channel from 39 to 9 at 1:00 […]

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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 […]

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DTV Switch Articles on Newsok.com

The Oklahoman is reporting that OKC stations KFOR, KWTV, KOCO, KOKH and OETA will shutdown their analog transmitter on February 17th as planned. KWSO in Lawton will also will shutdown their analog transmitter. NOTE: KOCB will shutdown their analog transmitter as well. READ In another article things are less clear in Tulsa. KOTV is the […]

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House DTV vote introduces uncertainty

Confusion reigns following house vote to delay DTV transition until June 12th.

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Congress Passes DTV Delay Bill

Congress passed today a bill that would change the DTV transition date from February 17th to June 12th. President Obama said he plans to sign the bill. I believe most stations in Oklahoma will still cut off their analog transmitter on February 17th anyways.

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KDOR-DT Completes DTV Transition

TBN’S KDOR CHANNEL 17 COMPLETES ITS TRANSITION TO DIGITAL WITH THE SIGN ON OF ITS FULL POWER DIGITAL TRANSMITTER Today, January 28, 2009, KDOR-DT 17 Bartlesville/Tulsa began broadcasting on their digital post-transition Channel 17. Viewers in Northeast Oklahoma and Southeast Kansas with digital converter boxes or digital televisions (using an over the air antenna) may […]

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The Oklahoma News Report on OETA now in HD

mzokc writes: The OETA Oklahoma News Report began broadcasting in HD on Monday, Dec 8…. The telecast looks fantastic in HD and is another example of the continued excellence that OETA is showing with increased programming in HD. The majority of the ONR news stories from the field are now in HD. With the added […]

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Dish adds some Tulsa local channels

doublej reports: KTUL, KJRH and KOTV now available in HD via Dish.

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Cox Adds HD Channels More Coming Dec 31

Cox has added Versus HD (716) and AMC HD (795) this week to their line up. Other HD channels like SPEED HD (728), FX HD (753), Cartoon Network HD (774) and FOX News HD (789) will launch on December 31st. Comedy Central HD is labeled as “come soon.” This is great news more HD channels […]

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Tulsa ranks poorly for TV switchover

Tulsa has ranked as one of the most unprepared areas for the Feb. 17 DTV switchover. Read

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NBC Pulls the Plug on Bit Stealing Weather Plus

NBC Universal is pulling the plug on Weather Plus. This is great news because hopefully this will mean more bandwidth and better picture quality for the NBC HD. NBC bought a minor stake in the Weather Channel in July putting a bulls eye on Weather Plus. Read

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AT&T U-verse Arrives in Tulsa

Tulsa Customers Can Now Enjoy Next-Generation Integrated TV, Internet, Wireless and Voice Services – All on One Bill TULSA, Okla., July 7 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — Tulsa-area residents now have a new — and better — choice for their television and communications services. AT&T Inc. NYSE: T today announced the launch of the company’s integrated suite of […]

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