Oklahoma Antenna Users Need To Rescan TVs
OKLAHOMA CITY - Television viewers who use an antenna to get their signal will need to rescan their channel lineup before noon on November 27 in order to keep News 9 news, weather, sports and CBS programming. This is part of the overall station repack that was ordered by the federal government.
All over-the-air viewers will be affected. Viewers who use cable or satellite service to receive their local news channels will not be impacted.
A channel rescan is done by accessing the settings in your television or convertor box menu. The selection you are looking for is often listed as “auto channel scan” or “auto program” or “auto tune”. You can find specific instructions in the manual for your TV or at www.rescanoklahoma.com.
Viewers needing additional help with rescanning can call 405.841.9199 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
About Griffin Communications
Griffin Communications, L.L.C. an Oklahoma-owned multimedia company, keeps Oklahomans safe, entertained and informed through the gathering, marketing and distribution of news, weather, entertainment and sports content through multiple channels & platforms. Holdings include KWTV/News 9 and KSBI/News 9 Plus in Oklahoma City and KOTV/News On 6 and KQCW/The Tulsa CW in Tulsa. Holdings also Griffin Radio (KHITs, The Drive, KFAQ, KVOO and Big Country) in Tulsa, News9.com, NewsOn6.com, and Griffin Outdoor. Griffin Communications also has developed several partnerships and strategic alliances throughout Oklahoma, including Oklahoma Community Television/Griffin Tower Company and News 9 Now/News On 6 Now. Griffin Communications, L.L.C. is among a few privately held media companies in the country, owned by David and Kirsten Griffin of Oklahoma City, and John Griffin of Muskogee. Griffin Communications, L.L.C. solely focuses its resources in the state of Oklahoma.