KOCO Reporter Quits, Cites ‘Toxicity,’ Mishandling Of Racial Incidents

Five Oklahoma City Stations Roll Out ATSC 3.0

KOCO, KFOR, KOKH, KOCB and KAUT began broadcasting Thursday with NextGen TV technology.

KOCO Anchor Looses Home To Fire

DMA 45: OKLAHOMA CITY

KOCO Adds Evan Onstot To Anchor Desk

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KOCO Set Goes Big With ‘Diagrid’ Pattern

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Markie Martin Named KOCO Morning Co-Anchor

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KOCO Captures 2 Tornadoes Forming On Live TV

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KOCO Launching 9 A.M. And 9 P.M. Newcasts

Hearst Television’s ABC affiliate KOCO Oklahoma City (DMA 43) is expanding its news coverage with the launch of two new newscasts. Weekday mornings at 9 a.m., KOCO will air a new hour-long newscast following ABC’s Good Morning America. KOCO 5 News at 9 will be anchored by the weekday morning team of anchors Erielle Reshef, […]

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KOCO News Director Gaylord Diagnosed With Cancer

Tower Engineer Ernie Jones Dies In Accident

The principle in Consolidated Engineering Inc. was killed Wednesday while inspecting the tower of KOCO Oklahoma City.

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KOCO Names New Weekday Morning Anchor Team

Effective immediately, Hearst-owned ABC affiliate KOCO Oklahoma City (DMA 44) has a new weekday morning anchor team. Erielle Reshef and Abigail Ogle join In The Morning with meteorologist Brad Sowder. “Erielle and Abigail both have strong personal and professional ties to Oklahoma,” said Brent Hensley, KOCO president-GM. “Those ties deepen their commitment and enhance their […]

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Reporter-Anchor Abigail Ogle Joins KOCO Sports

Hearst Television ABC affiliate KOCO Oklahoma City (DMA 41) has added Abigail Ogle as a sports reporter/anchor. She hosted a daily half-hour sports program on KSBI Oklahoma City beginning in 2011, covering local and regional sports stories with an emphasis on in-depth reporting. She’s also covered high school sports as sports director for the Moore […]

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KOCO Ups Bryan Keating To Sports Director

Hearst-owned ABC affiliate KOCO Oklahoma City (DMA 41) has promoted Bryan Keating to sports director. Keating has been the station’s weekend sports anchor since February 2012. He succeeds Bob Irzyk who left KOCO on Aug. 1. Before joining KOCO, Keating was sports director at KTXS Abelene, Texas, and weekend sports anchor at KAVU Victoria, Texas. […]

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Former KOCO Sports Dir. Jerry Park Dies At 76

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KOCO Sports Director Bob Irzyk Leaving

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KOCO Names Rebecca Gaylord News Director

The former assistant ND at KOAT Albuquerque, N.M., will head news operations at the Hearst ABC affil in Oklahoma City.

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KOCO Names Bridget Young National Sales Mgr.

Hearst Television’s ABC affiliate KOCO Oklahoma City (DMA 41) has promoted Bridget Young to national sales manager. Young joined KOCO in 2005 as an account executive. The announcement follows one yesterday that KOCO had promoted Dominique Gross to local sales manager. “Bridget has been a standout performer in our sales department since the day she […]

KOCO Names Dominique Gross Local Sales Mgr.

Hearst Television’s ABC affiliate KOCO Oklahoma City (DMA 41) has promoted Dominique Gross to local sales manager. Gross joined KOCO in 2003 as sales marketing manager, a position that evolved to become digital sales manager. “Dominique has a proven track record of innovation in our sales department,” said Brent Hensley, KOCO president-GM. “Her creativity and […]

Okla. Stations Go Continuous With Tornado

As the impact of yesterday’s devastating tornado became clear, the market’s new stations went into disaster mode. Watch their continuing coverage: KWTV here; KOCO here; KFOR here; KOKH here.

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KOCO Names New Weekday A.M. Anchor Team

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Former Oklahoma City Anchor Jerry Adams Dies

DIGITAL DMAS

Mobile Traffic Spikes In Oklahoma City

For Oklahoma City’s online media players, mobile has taken hold much sooner than anybody could anticipate. The city’s main newspaper and online leader The Oklahoman saw a nearly 70% increase in mobile traffic over the past year.