This is a list of broadcast television stations serving cities in the U.S. state of Oklahoma.
Oklahoma is a state in the South Central region of the United States, bordered by Kansas on the north, Missouri on the northeast, Arkansas on the east, Texas on the south, New Mexico on the west, and Colorado on the northwest. It is the 20th-most extensive and the 28th-most populous of the fifty United States. The state's name is derived from the Choctaw words okla and humma, meaning "red people". It is also known informally by its nickname, "The Sooner State", in reference to the non-Native settlers who staked their claims on land before the official opening date of lands in the western Oklahoma Territory or before the Indian Appropriations Act of 1889, which dramatically increased European-American settlement in the eastern Indian Territory. Oklahoma Territory and Indian Territory were merged into the State of Oklahoma when it became the 46th state to enter the union on November 16, 1907. Its residents are known as Oklahomans, and its capital and largest city is Oklahoma City.
VC refers to the station's PSIP virtual channel. RF refers to the station's physical RF channel.
In most telecommunications organizations, a virtual channel is a method of remapping the program number as used in H.222 Program Association Tables and Program Mapping Tables to a channel number that can be entered via digits on a receiver's remote control. A "virtual channel" was first used for DigiCipher 2 in North America and then later used and referred to as a logical channel number (LCN) for private European Digital Video Broadcasting extensions widely used by the NDS Group and NorDig in other markets.
|Area served||City of license||VC||RF||Callsign||Network||Notes|
|Ada/Ardmore||Ada||10||26||KTEN||NBC||CW Plus on 10.2, ABC on 10.3|
|Ada/Ardmore||~Sherman TX||12||12||KXII||CBS||MNT on 12.2, Fox on 12.3|
|Elk City||Cheyenne||12||8||KWET||PBS||satellite of KETA-TV ch. 13 Oklahoma City|
|Eufaula||Eufaula||3||31||KOET||PBS||satellite of KETA-TV ch. 13 Oklahoma City|
|Fort Smith||~Fort Smith||40||21||KHBS||ABC||CW Plus on 40.2, MeTV on 40.3|
|Lawton||~Wichita Falls TX||3||28||KFDX-TV||NBC||MNT on 3.2, Laff on 3.3, Cozi TV on 3.4|
|Lawton||~Wichita Falls TX||6||22||KAUZ-TV||CBS||CW on 6.2, Ion Television on 6.3|
|Lawton||Lawton||7||11||KSWO-TV||ABC||Telemundo on 7.2, MeTV on 7.3|
|Lawton||~Wichita Falls TX||18||15||KJTL||Fox||Grit on 18.2, Bounce TV on 18.3, Escape on 18.4|
|Oklahoma City||Oklahoma City||4||27||KFOR-TV||NBC||Antenna TV on 4.2, Justice Network on 4.3|
|Oklahoma City||Oklahoma City||5||7||KOCO-TV||ABC||MeTV on 5.2|
|Oklahoma City||Oklahoma City||9||39||KWTV-DT||CBS||News 9 Now (continuous replay of local news) on 9.2|
|Oklahoma City||Oklahoma City||13||13||KETA-TV||PBS||OETA Okla on 13.2, OETA Create on 13.3, OETA Kids on 13.4|
|Oklahoma City||Oklahoma City||14||15||KTBO-TV||TBN||Hillsong Channel on 14.2, Combo = JUCE TV/Smile on 14.3, Enlace on 14.4, TBN on 14.5|
|Oklahoma City||Oklahoma City||25||24||KOKH-TV||Fox||Charge! on 25.2, Stadium on 25.3|
|Oklahoma City||Oklahoma City||34||33||KOCB||CW||TBD 34.2, Comet 34.3|
|Oklahoma City||Oklahoma City||43||40||KAUT-TV||Ind.||This TV on 43.2, Escape on 43.3, Court TV on 43.4|
|Oklahoma City||Oklahoma City||52||23||KSBI||MNT||Bounce TV on 52.2, Laff on 52.3, Grit on 52.4, Escape on 52.5|
|Oklahoma City||Oklahoma City||62||50||KOPX-TV||ION||Qubo on 62.2, Ion Life on 62.3, Ion Shop on 62.4, QVC on 62.5, HSN on 62.6|
|Tulsa||Tulsa||2||8||KJRH-TV||NBC||Bounce TV on 2.2, Laff on 2.3|
|Tulsa||Tulsa||6||45||KOTV-DT||CBS||CW (simulcast of KQCW-DT) on 6.2, News on 6 Now (continuous replay of local news) on 6.3|
|Tulsa||Tulsa||8||10||KTUL||ABC||Comet on 8.2, Antenna TV on 8.3, TBD on 8.4|
|Tulsa||Tulsa||11||11||KOED-TV||PBS||satellite of KETA-TV ch. 13 Oklahoma City|
|Tulsa||Bartlesville||17||17||KDOR-TV||TBN||Hillsong Channel on 17.2, Combo = JUCE TV/Smile on 17.3, Enlace on 17.4, TBN on 17.5|
|Tulsa||Tulsa||23||22||KOKI-TV||Fox||Me-TV on 23.2, Escape on 23.3|
|Tulsa||Tulsa||41||34||KMYT-TV||MNT||GetTV on 41.2, Grit on 41.3, Heroes and Icons on 41.4|
|Tulsa||Okmulgee||44||28||KTPX-TV||ION||Qubo on 44.2, Ion Life on 44.3, Ion Shop on 44.4, QVC on 44.5, HSN on 44.6|
|Tulsa||Tulsa||47||47||KWHB||LeSEA||Light TV on 47.2, LeSEA on 47.3|
|Tulsa||Tulsa||53||12||KGEB||Golden Eagle Broadcasting|
|Tulsa||Claremore||35||36||KRSU-TV||Rogers State University||KRSU-SD 35.2|
Elk City is a city in Beckham County, Oklahoma, United States. The population was 11,693 at the 2010 census, and the population was estimated at 12,717 in 2015. Elk City is located on Interstate 40 and Historic U.S. Route 66 in western Oklahoma, approximately 110 miles (180 km) west of Oklahoma City and 150 miles (240 km) east of Amarillo, Texas.
KVII-TV, virtual and VHF digital channel 7, is a dual ABC/CW+-affiliated television station licensed to Amarillo, Texas, United States. The station is owned by the Sinclair Broadcast Group. KVII's studios are located at One Broadcast Center between South Pierce and South Buchanan Streets – in downtown Amarillo, and its transmitter is located on Reclamation Plant Road in unincorporated Potter County. On cable, the station is available on Suddenlink Communications channel 8 in standard definition and digital channel 708 in high definition in Amarillo, and on channel 7 on other providers in outlying areas of the market.
Sayre is a city in and the county seat of Beckham County, in western Oklahoma, United States. It is halfway between Oklahoma City, and Amarillo, Texas, on Interstate 40 and the former U.S. Route 66. The population was 4,375 at the 2010 census, the largest recorded by a census since Sayre's founding. It was an increase of 6.3 percent from the 2000 census.
|Area served||City of license||Channel||Callsign||Network||Notes|
|Altus||Altus||17 (RF channel 17)||KKTM-LP||ABC||Telemundo 17.2, MeTV 17.3|
|Tulsa||Tulsa||18 (RF channel 19)||KEGG-LD||Silent|
|Oklahoma City||Oklahoma City||21 (RF channel 21)||KUOT-CD||Cornerstone Television||IBN Television 21.2, 3ABN 21.3, Amazing Facts TV 21.4, Hope Channel 21.5, Unknown, 21.6|
|Oklahoma City||Oklahoma City||22 (RF channel 22)||KTOU-LD||HSN||SBN 22.2, HSN2 22.3, Off Air 22.4, The Country Network 22.5, OnTV4U 22.6|
|Woodward||Woodward||24 (RF channel 34)||KOMI-CD||Youtoo America|
|Tulsa||Nowata||25 (RF channel 25)||KGCT-CD||Independent|
|Tulsa||Tulsa||25 (RF channel 25)||KUTU-CD||Univision||Telemundo 25.2|
|Tulsa||Tulsa||29 (RF channel 29)||KTZT-CD||Daystar|
|Oklahoma City||Oklahoma City||31 (RF channel 31)||KLHO-LD||Religious independent||Off Air 31.2, Off Air 31.3, Religious independent 31.4|
|Oklahoma City||Oklahoma City||36 (RF channel 36)||KUOK-CD||Univision|
|~Sherman, TX||Ardmore||41 (RF channel 34)||KCYH-LD||3ABN||3ABN 41.2/41.3/41.4/41.6/41.7, Hope Channel 41.5, Radio 74 41.8|
|Enid||Oklahoma City, Oklahoma||42 (RF channel 42)||KBZC-LD||Stadium||CBN News Channel 42.2, Buzzr 42.3, getTV 42.4, Off Air 42.5, Off Air 42.6, Shop LC 42.7|
|Oklahoma City||Oklahoma City||45 (RF channel 45)||KOHC-CD||Azteca America||LATV 45.2, Informational 45.3, 3ABN 45.4, Informational 45.5|
|Oklahoma City||Oklahoma City||48||KOCY-LP||Estrella TV|
|~Fort Smith, AR||Sallisaw||48 (RF channel 26)||KXUN-LD|
|~Fort Smith, AR||Poteau||50 (RF channel 34)||KSJF-CD||Telemundo||QVC 50.2, Lifehacks DRTV 50.3, Jewelry Television 50.4|
|Tulsa||Tulsa||14 (RF channel 14)||KXAP-LD||Estrella TV|
The National Broadcasting Company (NBC) is an American English-language commercial terrestrial television network that is a flagship property of NBCUniversal, a subsidiary of Comcast. The network is headquartered at 30 Rockefeller Plaza in New York City, with additional major offices near Los Angeles, Chicago and Philadelphia. The network is one of the Big Three television networks. NBC is sometimes referred to as the "Peacock Network", in reference to its stylized peacock logo, introduced in 1956 to promote the company's innovations in early color broadcasting. It became the network's official emblem in 1979.
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Laff, legal name Laff Media, LLC, is an American digital multicast television network that is owned by Katz Broadcasting, a subsidiary of E. W. Scripps Company. The network specializes in comedy programming, featuring a mix of feature films and archived sitcoms. Laff is targeted at adults between the ages of 18 and 49 years old.
As of 2011, the Oklahoma City metropolitan area is the 44th-largest media market in the United States, as ranked by Nielsen Media Research, with 712,630 television households and 1.2 million people aged 12+. The following is a summary of broadcast and print media in Oklahoma City:
This is a summary of mass communications media in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
KAUT-TV, virtual channel 43, is an independent television station licensed to Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States. The station is owned by the Tribune Broadcasting subsidiary of the Tribune Media Company, as part of a duopoly with NBC affiliate KFOR-TV. The two stations share studios on East Britton Road in the McCourry Heights section of northeast Oklahoma City; KAUT's transmitter is located further east on Britton Road, across from the studios of ABC affiliate KOCO-TV.
The Oklahoma Educational Television Authority (OETA) is a state network of Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) member television stations serving the U.S. state of Oklahoma. The authority operates as a statutory corporation that holds the licenses for all of the PBS stations operating in the state; it is managed by an independent board of gubernatorial appointees, and university and education officials, which is linked to the executive branch of the Oklahoma state government through the Secretary of Education.
Selective TV, Inc. is an American terrestrial broadcasting company in Alexandria, Minnesota. It is notable for retransmitting several pay television channels on digital terrestrial television, one of only a few known broadcasters to have such an arrangement.
The following television stations operate on virtual channel 43 in the United States: