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A young Johnny Carson, then the host of the CBS game show Earn Your Vacation, served as master of ceremonies for the tower's dedication.
In April 1956, the Oklahoma Educational Television Authority (OETA) became a tenant on the tower, when it activated the transmitter of flagship station KETA-TV (channel 13), per an agreement in which Oklahoma Television also granted OETA free use of the land near the KWTV studio and transmitter.
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Leake acquired interests in the company, with the Griffin siblings collectively owning approximately 92.7% of its shares.
On cable, the station is available on Cox Communications channel 10 and digital channel 710 in the Oklahoma City metropolitan area, and on channel 9 on most other cable systems (as well as on AT&T U-verse, and satellite providers Direc TV and Dish Network) in the market. T." Griffin – owner and president of the Griffin Grocery Company, a Muskogee-based wholesale food distributor, which, by their shared ownership by the Griffin family, has been one of channel 9's principal advertisers since the station's inception – became interested in television broadcasting around 1950, after noticing during one of his commutes that many homes in the Oklahoma City area had installed outdoor television antennas to receive the signal of primary NBC affiliate WKY-TV (channel 4, now KFOR-TV), which signed on as Oklahoma's first television station on June 6, 1949.
The 1960s saw John Griffin acquire his minority partners' interests in the Oklahoma Television Corporation, which would place KWTV under the sole ownership of the Griffin family by decade's end.
In April 1961, RKO General (through subsidiary Triarko Ltd.) purchased a controlling stake in Video Independent Theatres from the estate of the late Henry Griffin.
On December 15, 1953, mere days before KWTV signed on, ABC affiliate KATV in Little Rock, Arkansas became the first television station to be launched under the Griffin-Leake partnership; the group would later sign on ABC affiliate KTVX (now Tulsa-based KTUL) in Muskogee, on September 18, 1954.
Post-split from Leake, Griffin bought KPOM-TV (now Fox affiliate KFTA-TV) in Fort Smith from Ozark Broadcasting Co.
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