How to Access OETA

How to Access OETA

ON AIR


The Oklahoma Educational Television Authority operates an extensive statewide network of 18 full-powered transmitters and translator booster stations. OETA-HD (x.1), OETA OKLA (x.2), OETA Create (x.3) and OETA Kids (x.4) are available statewide via a digital antenna on the following channels: Oklahoma City (13), Tulsa (11), Altus (19), Alva (30), Ardmore (36), Beaver (34), Boise City (20), Buffalo (48), Cheyenne (12), Duncan (47), Durant (46), Eufaula (3), Grandfield (10), Guymon (16), Hugo (15), Idabel (23), Lawton (36) and Ponca City (38).

 

CityChannelCityChannelCityChannel
Altus19Cheyenne12Hugo15
Alva30Duncan47Idabel23
Ardmore36Durant46Lawton36
Beaver34Eufaula3Oklahoma City13
Boise City20Grandfield10Ponca City38
Buffalo48Guymon16Tulsa11

 

COX


Cox Communications digital cable subscribers can find OETA-HD on channel 713 in the Oklahoma City area and channel 1011 in the Tulsa area. Cox also carries OETA OKLA on channel 112 in Oklahoma City and channel 1083 in Tulsa, OETA Create on channel 113 in Oklahoma City and channel 1084 in Tulsa and OETA Kids on channel 114 in Oklahoma City and channel 1262 in Tulsa.

OETA’s main channel (OETA-HD) is available in analog standard definition on channel 14 in Oklahoma City and channels 11 and 82 in Tulsa. OETA OKLA is on channel 83, OETA Create on channel 84 and OETA Kids on channel 262 in Tulsa.

STREAMING


Watch your favorite programs from PBS and OETA anywhere you go, on your computer, smartphone, tablet or connected TV device. OETA Anywhere is available online, through Apple and Android apps, Roku, AppleTV, Android TV, Amazon Fire TV and Windows 10. You may also access certain programs from PBS and other national distributors through paid subscription services such as Amazon Prime and Netflix. Click here to access our FAQ section on streaming services.

PASSPORT


OETA Passport is a member benefit offering extended on-demand access to a rich library of public television programming. OETA Passport provides access to current and archival programs from PBS and is available online and through other digital platforms. OETA Passport is available to donors who make a yearly contribution of at least $60 or an ongoing monthly contribution of $5 or more and cannot be purchased separately. PBS content continues to be available for free for a limited time following its broadcast premiere. New members can join instantly and gain immediate access to OETA Passport here. You can view our FAQs related to Passport here

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