Spectrum OC16

Spectrum OC16 is a Hawaiian TV channel owned by Charter Communications (which acquired Oceanic Time Warner Cable in 2016), based in Honolulu, Hawaii and broadcasts to the state of Hawaii on Oceanic channel 12/digital 1012 for general interests, on channel 16/digital 1016 (also known as Spectrum Sports Hawaii) for sports programming, and on channel 255 for pay-per-view events, particularly University of Hawaii football.[1]

Spectrum OC16
Oc16 Television
Owned byCharter Communications
Picture format1080i (HDTV)
480i (SDTV)
CountryUnited States
Broadcast areaHawaii
HeadquartersHonolulu, Hawaii
Websiteoc16.tv and ocsports.tv
Availability
Cable
Spectrum12 (general)
Spectrum16 (sports)
Spectrum255 (pay-per-view)

Background

The channel, which was first launched as a cable access channel in 1976, offers a local alternative to the traditional produced television offerings featuring two channels, one operating on channel 12 that broadcasts in-house shows geared towards Hawaiians, while a second channel on channel 16 is devoted to local sports, including athletic events from the University of Hawaii. Both channels are also offered in HD and can be viewed on its in-demand channels on Spectrum's digital services.

In addition, Spectrum also offers a pay-per-view channel on channel 255 for select University of Hawaii football games.[2]

Oc 16 in-house programming

Entertainment

  • Brown Bags to Stardom
  • Da Brothers and Friends
  • Dis n Dat (This and that)
  • Eh, u da kine, ah
  • The Champ Show
  • Ken Yo Dama
  • Miss Hawaii Pagent
  • Overdrive Live
  • Pakele Live
  • Hawaii Reel Stories
  • Tiny TV

Cooking

  • Cooking Hawaii Style
  • Cooking With Cutty
  • Hawaiian Grown/Hawaiian Grown Kitchen

Personal Interests/Hobbies

  • Crazy Deals TV
  • The Pet Hui
  • Island Driver TV
  • Joy of Crafting
  • Hawaii's Wedding Professionals
  • Showcase Hawaii
  • Think Tech
  • Upside-Down Pilates
  • Wedding of a Lifetime
  • Career Changers

Travelling

  • Outside Hawaii
  • Ultimate Japan

Educational/Family Oriented

  • Building Blocks for Tots
  • If I Neva Do D.A.T. (Drugs, Alcohol, Tobacco)
  • Outstanding Educator
  • Play Smart Hawaii
  • Russell The Rooster
  • School Spirit, Professional Pride
  • Teach It Hawaii

Oc 16 sports programming

  • University of Hawaii athletic events
  • OC16 High School Sporting events
  • Billabong Surf TV
  • Flhi Girlz
  • Hawaii Goes Fishing
  • Hawaii Skin Diver
  • Hawaii Xtreme Sports
  • Inside OC16 Sports Rewind
  • Kai Wahine
  • Molokai Hoe
  • Na Wahine O Ke Kai
  • OC 16 Daily Surf Report
  • Ocean Paddler TV
  • PacWest Magazine
  • Soul Surfers
  • Sports People Hawaii
  • Xterra Adventures
  • What SUP

References

  1. ^ http://www.oceanic.com
  2. ^ http://www.oceanic.com/products/television/ppv/ppv_sports/uh_ppv

External links

2017 Colorado State Rams football team

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2017 Fresno State Bulldogs football team

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2017 Mountain West Conference football season

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2017 UNLV Rebels football team

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Regional sports network

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Historically, some RSNs originated as premium channels; since the 1990s, however, they have commonly been distributed through the expanded basic-programming tiers of cable and IPTV services, packaged alongside other national basic cable networks, and local broadcast stations and public, educational, and government access channels. Satellite providers often require subscribers to purchase a higher programming tier or a specialized sports tier to receive local and out-of-market regional sports networks.

Spectrum Sports (Ohio)

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Spectrum Sports (Texas)

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