KOKH-25, FOX (TV Station)
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KOKH-25 is a Oklahoma City, Oklahoma television station and an affiliate of the FOX television network.
Use of Video News Releases and/or Satellite Media Tours
In the 9pm news bulletin on November 23, 2005 the station broadcast an uncut video news release produced by D S Simon Productions for the Panasonic, Namco and Techno Source on high-tech gift ideas. The VNR was produced for Robin Raskin. 
In the 9pm news bulletin on January 3, 2006 the station broadcast a video news release (VNR) edited for length but using the supplied sound track produced by D S Simon Productions for Intel promoting Intel/Tivo technology. 
In the 9pm news bulletin on February 11, 2006 the station broadcast an uncut video news release (VNR) produced by D S Simon Productions for Chemistry.com on a new 'chemistry-based' dating service. 
In the 9pm news bulletin on March 16, 2006 the station broadcast an uncut version of a video news release produced by D S Simon Productions to promote the management consulting firm, Towers Perrin, as a leading expert in workforce efficiency. 
KOKH FOX25/KOCB WB34
1228 E. Wilshire Blvd.
Oklahoma City, OK, 73111
- Audio news releases
- Brand Hype
- Branded Entertainment
- Media releases
- Satellite Media Tours
- Radio Media Tours
- Public Service Announcements
- Video news releases: PR for California's Schwarzenegger administration
- Diane Farsetta and Daniel Price, "Fake TV News: Widespread and Undisclosed: A multimedia report on television newsrooms' use of material provided by PR firms on behalf of paying clients", Center for Media and Democracy, April 6, 2006.