OETA has announced programming changes to its secondary standard definition channel, OETA OKLA. The programming changes take effect Sunday, Jan. 1, 2017.
Previously, OETA’s prime-time programming from its main channel has repeated on OETA OKLA the following night. Starting in January, each night will have a designated day and time blocks of repeats on OETA OKLA. The prime-time blocks rotate daily from 1-4 a.m., 1-4 p.m. and 6-9 p.m. The PBS NewsHour re-airs weeknights at 9 p.m. on OETA OKLA.
|OETA-HD Programming||OETA OKLA Repeat Day||xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx||xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx|
|Wednesday night science*||Sunday|
|Friday night arts*||Monday|
|Sunday night drama||Tuesday|
|Thursday night drama*||Wednesday|
|Wednesday night science||Thursday|
|Tuesday night history||Friday|
* from the previous week
Other changes include the inclusion of children’s programming on OETA OKLA Sunday and Saturday mornings from 7-11 a.m. and the addition of lifestyle programming weekday mornings from 7:30-11 a.m.
Shows produced by OETA and other Oklahoma independent producers that have run in rotation on OETA OKLA now have a dedicated weekday and weekend time and blocks for repeats. These shows include Oklahoma Gardening, Oklahoma Horizon, ONR, Outdoor Oklahoma and Sunup. To view a show’s new schedule on OETA OKLA, click here and use the search bar on the page to find a particular show.
Wondering how to access OETA in your area? Visit this page to learn about watching all four OETA channels over-the-air with a digital antenna, via Cox Communications, through streaming devices and through member-benefit OETA Passport. Viewers may access OETA’s current on-air programming for all four channels and set programming reminders via email and calendars on our schedule page. Click the A to Z tab for a complete listing of current program offers, as well as additional air dates and reminders. Schedule is subject to change.