Red Oak, Iowa


TV Stations



We found 9 TV stations broadcasting 40 digital TV channels in the Red Oak, Iowa, area, including local CBS, NBC, ABC, FOX, and CW affiliates.

KHIN Iowa PBS Red Oak, IA
CH 36UHF22.8 miles awaySignal Level 4
  • PBS36.1
  • PBS Kids36.2
  • World36.3
  • Create36.4
KBIN Iowa PBS Council Bluffs, IA
CH 32UHF35.6 miles awaySignal Level 2
  • PBS32.1
  • PBS Kids32.2
  • World32.3
  • Create32.4
KMTV  Omaha, NE
CH 3UHF46.1 miles awaySignal Level 4
  • CBS3.1
  • Grit3.2
  • Laff3.3
  • Ion Mystery3.4
  • Court TV3.5
KETV Channel 7 Omaha, NE
CH 7UHF46.1 miles awaySignal Level 4
  • ABC7.1
  • MeTV7.2
  • Story Television7.3
  • TrueReal7.4
  • GetTV7.5
  • QVC7.6
WOWT NBC Omaha Omaha, NE
CH 6UHF46.2 miles awaySignal Level 4
  • NBC6.1
  • Cozi TV6.2
  • Heroes & Icons6.3
  • Ion6.4
  • Start TV6.5
  • Circle6.6
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KPTM Fox 42 Omaha, NE
CH 42UHF52.1 miles awaySignal Level 4
  • FOX42.1
  • MyNetworkTV42.2
  • CW42.3
  • Comet42.4
KYNE Nebraska Public Media Omaha, NE
CH 26UHF43.9 miles awaySignal Level 2
  • PBS26.1
  • World26.2
  • Create26.3
  • PBS Kids26.4
  • FNX26.5
KXVO  Omaha, NE
CH 15UHF52.0 miles awaySignal Level 3
  • TBD15.1
  • Stadium15.2
  • Charge!15.3
KOHA News Channel Nebraska Omaha, NE
CH 27UHF46.1 miles awaySignal Level 1
  • News Channel Nebraska27.1
  • Telemundo27.2
  • Daystar27.3

TV Stations in Red Oak, Iowa

Callsign Channel Network
KHIN 36 PBS +3
KBIN 32 PBS +3
KPTM 42 FOX +3
KYNE 26 PBS +4
KXVO 15 TBD +2
KOHA 27 News Channel Nebraska +2
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