OETA Coverage Map
This isn't really a "Programming Note," but I thought you might find it interesting.
This is a map of our 18 transmitters and their individual channel designations. I needed this map earlier today to answer a viewer question, but I couldn't find it anywhere on our website. I did a search and the results took me back to our old site, which has been shut down. I guess it didn't make the cut when we transitioned.
One of our engineers emailed it to me, and now I'm going to post it here in the Programmer's Notes. This way, you can see it and know where your OETA signal is coming from, and I'll always know where to find it when I need it. Win-win!
Click on it and the map will enlarge to fill your screen. Isn't Oklahoma beautiful?!