OC Channel

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OC Channel
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Huntington Beach, California
Channels Digital: 50.2
Digital subchannel of KOCE
Affiliations PBS
Owner KOCE-TV
Chapman University
Founded 2007
Website http://web.archive.org/web/20080506000803/http://www.occhannel.org:80/

OC Channel was an over-the-air, digital broadcast, television news network. The channel is broadcast on a digital sub channel of PBS member station KOCE in Huntington Beach, California. This service is no longer in operation as PBS Encore is currently carried on channel 50.2, as of May 2017.

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OC Channel began broadcasting on KOCE's digital sub-channel in 2007. The channel is produced in a partnership between KOCE and Chapman University with programming consisting of Orange County news, local events information, weather and traffic. The channel's format consists of an L-frame shaped area on the screen, which features live traffic cameras from Caltrans, current temperature/time and a news headlines crawl on the bottom of the screen. The remaining and larger portion of the screen provides viewers with local public affairs/news programs and documentaries. The channel can be viewed in Orange County, Los Angeles County, Ventura County and portions of San Bernardino County & Riverside County to viewers able to receive digital broadcasts. The channel is also available on Cox Communications in Orange County.[1][2][3]

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