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KOKL-TV
KOKL2017

Location

Oklahoma City, OK

Branding

Channel 5 (general); Channel 5 Action News

Slogan

First in Oklahoma

Channel(s)

Digital: 5 (VHF)

subchannel(s)

KOKL-HD 5.1
NOW 5.2
NOW Business 5.3
WeatherNation 5.4

Affiliation

The National Television

Sister Radio stations

Former call letters

none

Website

OklahomaCity.WTNY.com

Owner

WTNYCorporation BBC

First air date

June 6, 1949

KOKL is The National Television station serving Oklahoma City, OK. It broadcasts on channel 5. The station airs 9 hours of newscasts each weekday (4am-9am, 12pm-1pm, 4pm-5:30pm, 6pm-6:30pm, 9pm-10pm), and 7.5 hours on weekends (5am-9am, 4pm-5:30pm, 9pm-10pm)

News/Station Presentation

Newscast Titles

  • Oklahoma Television News (1949-1958)
  • The Big News (1958-1971)
  • Action News (1971-1990)
  • Channel 5 Action News (1990-present)

News Voiceovers

  • Booth Announcers (1949-1978)
  • Chuck Conners (1986-2008)
  • Brian Lee (2008-present)

News Music

  • "Move Closer to Your World" by Mayoham Music (1972-1980)
  • "Tuesday6" by Tuesday Productions (1980-1982)
  • "Count on 9" by Dennis King Kizer (1982-1985)
  • "Power News" by 615 Music (1985-1992)
  • "Primetime News" by Non-Stop Music (1992-1997)
  • "KOKL (KFOR-TV) News Package" by Wow & Flutter (1997-present)


Television stations in the Oklahoma City, OK area
KAJK 1 (ITV)

KTVY 2 (NBC)
KOLH 3 (UDC)
KXOK 4 (ABN)
KCBO 7 (CBS)
KROK 9 (RDN)
KOKD 10 (DBC)
KTXD 12 (Ion)
KIZT 13 (ABC)
KWC-TV 15 (HYP)
KXIX 19 (FOX)
KTOC 22 (TBS)
KOKU 24 (UNI)
KTOK 30 (TMD)
KCWO 32 (CW)
KWOR 33 (RKO)
KZLR 35 (Global)
KMYK 42 (MNTV)
KAUY 47 (IND)
KWWK 49 (PBS)
KOPA 50 (PAR)
KTNO 56 (TNT)
KOKC 57 (KTTN)
WBOK 63 (WB)

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