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Nielsen: Stations Lost 8% In DTV Switch

Neilson reports on its blog that on average stations lost eight percent share following the digital transition due in large part to TVs that weren’t ready. Stations that switched from UHF to VHF lost 13 percent share right after the transition.

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Twitter Lists

Suggest HD-related twitter accounts to add to the new lists for @hdtvok.

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KOCO preparing for HD newscasts?

Clark Willis asks: Do the blue bars added to KOCO 5 mean they are working on HD newscast? I noticed the bars over the weekend and wondered the same thing. Does anyone have the inside scoop? Dennis

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New Cox HD Channels

From Cox Oklahoma‘s Twitter feed via Philip Spicer: Cox’s 8 New HD channels: NBA TV HD, NHL Network HD, ESPNU HD, MSNBC HD, WGN HD, CBS College Sports HD, The Movie Channel HD & MoreMax HD.

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HDTVOK on Twitter…

I meant to mention this a few days ago, but I’m occasionally posting updates on twitter and following people of interest for HD insights that I can bring back here. Follow if you must… 🙂

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KSBI-TV Expanding HD Offerings

I noticed today that KSBI-TV is carrying the SEC Network game of the week in HD, which likely means as part of their recent move the station has upgraded its equipment. They’ve also put out a press release saying the entire season of Oklahoma City Thunder NBA games will be in HD.

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Inside Sooner Football Letterboxed

Does anyone else find it silly that Inside Sooner Football is shown in glorious letterboxed standard definition on KWTV? Clearly, the show is shot using HD cameras for the show, but apparently the producers aren’t intelligent enough to either zoom in on the frame when encoding for broadcast or to actually show it in high […]

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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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Cox OKC Scrambles QAM Channels

John W. writes: I spoke to a cox rep earlier, and they have shuffled their lineup here in OKC (moving WGN to ch 19 and such). Apparently, when they did this, they also quit sending the clear QAM channels. I used to watch the HD locals through the cable on channels like 69.25 for FOX, […]

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I hate AugustFest on OETA

During most of the year, OETA carries great national programming from PBS and even produces some very good local programming. They carry as much or more high definition programming than the other major networks. Except once a year when they go on the air to raise money. I understand that they need funding to make […]

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OETA Added to Suddenlink in Stillwater

I’m not sure about the rest of the state, but KETA-DT has recently been added to Suddenlink’s HD offerings in Stillwater. I noticed it at a friend’s house on Saturday. Then Monday, I help a friend rescan his channel lineup and found the channel is being send via clear QAM so it can be added […]

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KOCO’s crawl predicts loss of signal

While watching my recording of ABC’s This Week…, I noticed that KOCO’s crawl about the DTV transition mentioned parts of several counties that may lose its signal when its analog signal is terminated at 9 a.m. on June 12, 2009: southern Garvin, northern Stephens, southwestern Grady, northeastern Comanche, southwestern Caddo, northeastern Washita and eastern Custer. […]

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KWTV-DT outage scheduled for Sunday Morning

ggore writes: …we received the following notice today from KWTV: KWTV News 9, Oklahoma City, will have a maintenance outage this Saturday night. Actual date/time of outage will be 12:30 AM Update: Mr. Gore notes in his comment that this outage, scheduled both for over the air and KWTV’s fiber optic cable feed to Cox, […]

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KOCO-DT Update

I switched all my recording of KOCO-DT from the Mac over to my Dish 211K receiver and it failed to record “This Week…” this morning so both of my receivers are getting a very poor signal. I guess there won’t be any NBA Finals for me this year… On the EyeTV tuner for the Mac, […]

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Problems with KOCO-DT

The last three times I’ve tried recording something off of KOCO-DT with my EyeTV and my Mac it’s failed. So, now I’ve missed the last two episodes of Lost and my whole season of recordings is messed up. Is anyone else having more problems with KOCO than usual?

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