(KTEN) — The KTEN broadcast signal is temporarily off the air after a lightning strike at our transmitter during the storms on Monday, March 21.

That means viewers who watch KTEN, ABC 10 and The Texoma CW using an off-the-air antenna cannot tune in to our channels, even though we continue to broadcast all of our regular programs via cable, satellite and streaming services.

Our engineering staff is working to restore service at the transmitter site 12 miles northeast of Tishomingo. A crew that is specially trained to climb our 1,458-foot tower for damage inspection had to be brought in.

As of Thursday March 24, that work was still being done. We hope to have KTEN's broadcast signal restored in the next few days.

There are multiple options to continue watching our channels.

KTEN programming is available to DirecTV and Dish satellite subscribers and to most Texoma cable subscribers.

The full program schedules of KTEN and ABC 10 are available to subscribers of YouTube TV, Hulu + Live TV and Fubo streaming TV services.


The 1,458-foot KTEN transmitter tower was damaged by lightning on March 21, 2022.


NBC network programs are available for streaming on NBC.com and Peacock. ABC network programs can be seen at ABC.com and Hulu. Network programs on The Texoma CW can be streamed at CWTV.com

KTEN and ABC 10 local news broadcasts are always available free at KTEN.com/live-stream and on the KTEN app for Apple and Android devices.

We sincerely apologize for this disruption as work continues to restore our transmissions.