|Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
|Branding||Azteca América 45.1
LATV 45.2 (DT2)
Retro TV 45.3 (DT3)
|Channels||Digital: 45 (UHF)
Virtual: 45 (PSIP)
|Owner||Sunshine State Television Networks Inc.|
|First air date||August 29, 1986|
|Call letters' meaning||OklaHoma City|
|Former channel number(s)||
|Transmitter power||15 kW (digital)|
|Height||67 m (220 ft)|
|Public license information:||Profile
|Website||http://www.noticiasoklahoma.com and http://www.elnacionalmedia.com/|
KOHC-CD, virtual channel and UHF digital channel 45, is an Azteca América-affiliated television station located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States. The station is owned by Sunshine State Television Networks. KOHC-CD maintains studios located near Northwest 38th Street and MacArthur Boulevard in Warr Acres, and its transmitter is located near Southeast 104th Street and South Bryant Avenue in south Oklahoma City (on the city limits of Moore). The station is available on Cox Communications digital cable channel 438 and AT&T U-verse channel 38.
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The station first signed on the air on August 29, 1986, broadcasting on VHF channel 7; it initially operated as an independent station, and was known to carry ethnic-oriented programs during the station's first seven years on the air, including those that catered to Native American audiences and Asian language speakers. In 2000, the station moved to UHF channel 38.
KOHC affiliated with Azteca América in late 2007 and adopted an all-Spanish language format. The station relocated to channel 45 in 2009. On August 13, 2012, KOHC-CD changed its primary affiliation to upstart Spanish language network MundoFox, relegating Azteca América programming to a second digital subchannel and eliminating Retro Television Network and AMG TV from its digital signal, which in effect resulted in the station being affiliated only with Spanish language broadcast networks (besides Azteca and MundoFox, the two additional subchannels that remained after the removal of the RTV and AMG TV subchannels were Mexicanal and TeLe-Romántica). In January 2013, MundoFox was moved to digital channel 45.2, while the Azteca América affiliation reverted to the station's main channel.
The station's digital channel is multiplexed:
|Channel||Video||Aspect||PSIP Short Name||Programming|
|45.3||480i||4:3||Retro Television Network|
LATV on Cox digital Channel 793.
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