KJRH now has local news exclusivity in Tulsa at 6:30 p.m.

KJRH-TV 2 / Tulsa (“2 Works For You”)

FIRST ON THE BLOG: It looks like one station in Tulsa has decided to expand in a place where its currently unavailable in the market.

Starting today, KJRH 2 will expand its half-hour weeknight newscast at 6:00 p.m. to a full hour. 2 News Works For You at 6:00 is now on from 6:00-7:00 p.m. and is the ONLY station in Tulsa to do so as everyone else is on at 6:00 for just a half-hour. The newscast is anchored by Karen Larsen and Brian Sanders with 2 Works For You Weather from Chief Meteorologist Mike Collier.

It seems like KJRH has moved The List from the 6:30 p.m. timeslot and has been moved to 2:00 p.m. Meanwhile, the new extension to an hour allows NBC primetime to sandwich in between both of KJRH newscasts that bookend each other, the hour-long 6:00 p.m. news and the half-hour news at 10:00 p.m. that comes on after primetime.

Other than this, there were no other changes made in the Tulsa market so now that local news at 6:30 p.m. on weeknights is available in Tulsa, it sounds pretty good, but it depends on if viewers will tune in.


6 thoughts on “KJRH now has local news exclusivity in Tulsa at 6:30 p.m.

  1. “KJRH had better not go all news. They have to be very careful”.

    Why because they might beat KOTV, KTUL or KOKI news if they do?

    I don’t think KRJH will go all news. You already have all news in Tulsa on KOTV channel 6.2, Channel 6.2 or Cable channel 53 is a 24-hour all day news channel with KOTV newscast repeats running throughout the day. KWTV 9.2 in and also cable channel 53 in OKC is also a 24-hour all day news like KOTV. KWTV I think is owned by the same company that owns KOTV.


  2. I think if anything I predict KOTV will get a 4:00 pm newscast to compete with KTUL 4:00 pm news and it may even be an hour long 4:00 pm newscast KTUL 4:00 pm newscast is only a 30 minute newscast. KOTV sister station in OKC already has an hour long 4:00 pm newscast. So it may not be far fetched to see KOTV get 4:00 pm news.


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