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KOPX-TV, virtual channel 62 (UHF digital channel 18), is an Ion Television owned-and-operated television station licensed to Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States. The station is owned by Ion Media Networks. KOPX-TV's offices are located on Railway Drive in north Oklahoma City, and its transmitter is located near 122nd Street on the city's northeast side. On cable, KOPX is available on Cox Communications channel 17 in standard definition and digital channel 706 in high definition, and also carried by AT&T U-verse on channel 62 in standard definition.

HistoryEdit

The station first signed on the air on March 16, 1996 as KMNZ; it originally operated as an affiliate of InTV, a network operated by Paxson Communications (the forerunner of Ion Media Networks) that specialized in paid programming. On August 31, 1998, KOPX became a charter station of the family-oriented Pax TV network (later formatted as a general entertainment service as i: Independent Television, now Ion Television), with programming from Christian television network The Worship Network airing during the overnight hours.


TV stations in Oklahoma
KOPX, Oklahoma City

KTPX, Okmulgee

TV stations in Central, Northwestern and West-central Oklahoma, including Oklahoma City
KFOR 4 (NBC)
KOCO 5 (ABC)
KWTV 9 (CBS)
KWET 12 (PBS)
KETA 13 (PBS)
KTBO 14 (TBN)
KUOT-CD 21 (CTV)
KTOU-LD 22 (HSN)
KOMI-CD 24 (Youtoo)
KOKH 25 (Fox)
KTUZ 30 (TLM)
KLHO-LD 31 (TVALA)
KOCB 34 (CW)
KUOK 35 (UNI)
KUOK-CD 36 (UNI)
KBZC-LD 42 (OnTV4U)
KAUT 43 (Ind.)
KOHC-CD 45 (AZA)
KOCM 46 (Daystar)
KOCY-LP 48 (ESTRELLA)
KUOC-LD 48 (BUZZR)
KSBI 52 (MNTV)
KOPX 62 (Ion)
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