A: No - with one exception. CATV47 is an "over the air" broadcast station only. You must have an antenna to receive our signal. You can not get CATV47 on cable at this time. However; CATV47 is now on Cox Cable system in the Oklahoma City (Includes El Reno) and Tulsa Metro viewing areas. For those viewers that are on Cox Cable: Go to Cox On Demand and select “FREE ZONE” then Select “COX LOCAL” and then select “CHEYENNE AND ARAPAHO TELEVISION” From there you can pick the video that you would like to watch whenever you want. You can fast forward, rewind, pause etc. There are both Cheyenne and Arapaho language videos as well as our “CATV47 Community” videos, “Indian Road” TV shows and “Tribal Topics” episodes.
Keep in mind that if you cannot get our TV Signal over the air on Channel 47 and you are not on Cox Cable you can still watch a lot of our videos on http://www.catv47.com Just go to http://www.catv47.com/watch-our-videos.html and select the video that you would like to watch. If you would like to see us on your local cable, please contact your local cable company and request that they carry CATV47. Who knows? Maybe if enough people request it, they may add us to their line up. Call your cable company or satellite TV provider and tell them you want them to carry CATV47!
Q: Can I receive CATV47 in my area?
A: CATV47 is a low power station that reaches a 35 mile radius from the transmitter in Concho, OK. See our coverage map ABOVE ^
Keep in mind that you MUST have an antenna. If you live within the RED area you may be able to pick up our station with "rabbit ears" style antenna. If you live in the GREEN area "rabbit ears" antennas may or may not work, you may have to use an Outside antenna mounted to your house, or in the attic or on a mast or pole above the roof line of your house. If you live in the BLUE area you will most likely need an outside antenna as mentioned above. The quality of your reception will depend on your elevation in relation to our antenna and your distance from our antenna. Tall buildings or other obstructions in the way of our signal may also affect the quality of reception.
A. We can't recommend 1 antenna for every situation. We recommend getting an antenna with a minimum of a 40 mile reception range and that has received good reviews from other buyers. Make sure that your outdoor antenna is very securely mounted 3 to 5 ft. above your roof line. It is also possible to mount the outdoor antennas in your attic. Check out this website for reviews of various antennas. CLICK HERE