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    mdeatherage
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    mdeatherage
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    No, don’t tell me, I can’t count that high.

    I just noticed that my TiVo has not picked up the Oklahoma News Report all week. I took a look at the program guide, and according to it, they’re not showing it on 13-1 at 6:30 PM anymore when it’s broadcast live all over the state on analog OETA.

    In fact, if you have only ATSC tuners, you can’t get the Oklahoma News Report until **8:00 PM** on any given night. The one and only program that OETA produces live every weekday, and digital viewers can’t see it except on 90-minute delay.

    Is it going to be like this from now on, or is there even a remote hope that someone at OETA may, someday, possibly, gain a clue?

    #4480

    That is messed up. Guess that’s why they need that dedicated Oklahoma channel that means we can’t have (much) primetime HD.

    I noticed they’re no longer updating their HD page so after tonight we won’t know what they’re carrying, even if we could figure out how to use our DVRs.

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