Subchannel Report

Subchannel Report provides insight to the broadcast television and MVPD (cable, telco, and satellite) industries. All reports are accurate as underlying data is updated automatically as our database changes, however, temporarily the report title may not match newly updated reports. Subchannel Report is published daily to our 24,500 subscribers.

Census Snapshot – Oklahoma City

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Oklahoma City is the capital and largest city of the state of Oklahoma. The county seat of Oklahoma County,[8] the city ranks 27th among United States cities in population. The population grew following the 2010 Census, with the population estimated to have increased to 610,613 as of July 2013.[5] As of 2013, the Oklahoma City metropolitan area had a population of 1,319,677. More from Wikipedia.

Census Overview- The 2010 Census represented the most massive participation movement ever witnessed in our country. Approximately 74 percent of the households returned their census forms by mail; the remaining households were counted by census workers walking neighborhoods throughout the United States.

Oklahoma City Has Nearly 70 Thousand Over The Air Homes

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Law360, New York (April 09, 2015, 7:45 PM ET) – The Tenth Circuit on Thursday agreed to review an Oklahoma federal judge’s ruling that two member cases in multidistrict antitrust litigation accusing Cox Communications Inc. of illegally tying monthly set-top box payments to its premium cable services should be arbitrated. For rest of the story.

Unduplicated Subscribers- Subscribers counted one time per market per MVPD regardless if group has multiple stations and channels on MVPD. Subscribers calculated using FCC COALS, National Broadband Map, Census Data, 490+ MVP websites, and FCC Form 325. Subscribers estimated using reported subscriber figures then factored with a weighted average into county household numbers. Subscribers counted upon announced sale of MVPD Provider to another provider.

Over-the-air television- the traditional method of television broadcast signal delivery. OTA homes calculated by subtracting MVPD subscribers from Across Platforms’ household calculations derived from mapping Census county data to television station’s coverage maps.

Victoria TX Is Antenna TV’s Smallest Market

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KXTS-LD is a low-power television station in Victoria, Texas,(owned by Saga Communications) broadcasting locally on channel 41 as an affiliate of CBS. KXTS-LD does not have a digital signal, but is carried along with two sister stations as a digital subchannel of KAVU-TV. ); More on KXTS from Wikipedia.

LPTV-Cable- Class A, or LPTV stations, with cable are determined by Wikipedia, station website, or Internet search. LPTV-Cable stations may have one or multiple channels carried by either the entire market’s cable system or at least one cable system or direct broadcast satellite.

Charleston WV Is Rare Market For Antenna TV With No Major Cable Subs

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While WTZP-LP – The Zone has been able to get COZI TV carried on the local Time Warner Cable and Minford Television systems the low power TV station has only been able to place Antenna TV on
Minford Television. At this time Subchannel Report and Across Platforms has not estimated the subscriber count for Minford Television.

MVPD - Multichannel Video Programming Distributor is not limited to, a cable operator, a multichannel multipoint distribution service, a direct broadcast satellite service, or a television receive-only satellite program distributor, who makes available for purchase, by subscribers or customers, multiple channels of video programming.

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