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KTBO-TV
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
United States
BrandingTrinity Broadcasting Network
ChannelsDigital: 15 (UHF)
Virtual: 14 (PSIP)
Affiliations14.1: TBN (O&O)
14.2: Hillsong Channel
14.3: Smile
14.4: Enlace
14.5: Positiv
OwnerTrinity Broadcasting Network
LicenseeTrinity Broadcasting of Oklahoma City, Inc.
First air dateMarch 6, 1981 (39 years ago) (1981-03-06)
Call sign meaningTrinity
Broadcasting
Oklahoma
Former channel number(s)Analog:
14 (UHF, 1981–2009)
Transmitter power700 kW
Height358 m (1,175 ft)
Facility ID67999
Transmitter coordinates35°34′35″N 97°29′9″W / 35.57639°N 97.48583°W / 35.57639; -97.48583
Licensing authorityFCC
Public license informationProfile
CDBS
Websitewww.tbn.org

KTBO-TV, virtual channel 14 (UHF digital channel 15), is a TBN owned-and-operated television station licensed to Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States. The station is owned by the Trinity Broadcasting Network. KTBO's studios are located on Northeast 108th Street and East Hefner Road, and its transmitter is located near the John Kilpatrick Turnpike/Interstate 44, both on Oklahoma City's northeast side.

History

The channel 14 allocation in Oklahoma City was first assigned to KLPR-TV, which operated from May 31, 1966 to December 1967 as an independent station.

KTBO-TV first signed on the air on March 6, 1981, and was one of several partner stations that were built and signed on by TBN, instead of being acquired from another company. It was also the fourth TBN partner station to sign on (after flagship station KTBN-TV in Santa Ana, California, KPAZ-TV in Phoenix, Arizona and WHFT-TV in Miami, Florida). The current channel 14 (as KTBO) operates under a different license and has never claimed KLPR-TV as part of its history.

KTBO was noted for a 1989 instance where it encouraged viewers to call up the cable companies Cox Communications (which served Oklahoma City proper) and Multimedia (which served most of the suburbs before merging with Cox in 2000) and tell them to protest Cinemax's clearance of Martin Scorsese's The Last Temptation of Christ, which had garnered controversy among the religious community a year before. Although Multimedia responded by blacking out all of Cinemax's broadcasts of the film, Cox refused to preempt the broadcasts and briefly dropped KTBO from its lineup.[1]

Digital television

Digital channels

The station's digital signal is multiplexed:

Channel Video Aspect PSIP Short Name Programming
14.1 720p 16:9 TBN HD Main TBN programming
14.2 Hillsng Hillsong Channel
14.3 480i 4:3 SMILE Smile
14.4 Enlace Enlace
14.5 16:9 Positiv Positiv

TBN-owned full-power stations permanently ceased analog transmissions on April 16, 2009.

KTBO-TV began transmitting a digital television signal on UHF channel 15 on December 1, 2002. TBN-owned full-power stations permanently ceased analog transmissions on April 16, 2009. The station's digital signal remained on its pre-transition UHF channel 15, using PSIP to display KTBO-TV's virtual channel as 14 on digital television receivers.

References

External links


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