Wild Oklahoma adds Tulsa

WILD Oklahoma television has added Cox television to the broadcast lineup.  Cox Channel 3 in Tulsa, Oklahoma is the latest station to pick up one of the fastest growing outdoor programs in the Southeast.  WILD Oklahoma television airs on Cox Channel 3 at 6:30am Sunday mornings.

"To think just a little over a year ago, WILD Oklahoma was hardly known at all," said Ron Black, founder of WILD Oklahoma Media, Inc.  "Today, we are virtually statewide and ours is the only outdoor programming that focuses on Oklahoma exclusively  – at least the only program that is not taxpayer subsidized." 

WILD Oklahoma television, radio and Internet airs programming that highlights the strengths and excitement of Oklahoma outdoors.  Black says the opportunity to film in other states has presented itself numerous times, but has turned them down in favor of staying in Oklahoma

"Oklahoma has the best hunting, fishing, shooting sports and camping in the nation.  Our goal is to highlight Oklahoma, not other states."

WILD Oklahoma airs in Oklahoma City on Cox Channel 7, 6:30am Sunday mornings.

WILD Oklahoma airs in Tulsa on Cox Channel 3, 6:30am Sunday mornings.

WILD Oklahoma airs in Lawton on KSWX, 10:30am Sunday mornings.

WILD Oklahoma radio airs on News Radio 1000 KTOK in Oklahoma City, KUSH AM1600 in Cushing.