KGCT was a local analog television station in Tulsa, Oklahoma from 1981 until 1988, broadcasting on analog UHF channel 41, owned by Green County TV
Associates. It broadcast local news about eight hours a day, news from CNN until 7 p.m. with scrambled subscription television programming "IT TV" airing in the evening. The news format was discontinued after less than a year and the station changed its programming to CNN news, religious shows, cartoons, agricultural programming, business news and some syndicated shows. From 1982 to 1984, KGCT became mostly a Christian station carrying several hours a day of live Christian shows, becoming known as "Tulsa Christian Television." The station did run a few secular low budget shows. Subscription television programs in the evening continued during that time. By 1985, KGCT-TV was running an all syndicated schedule with cartoons, religious shows and low rated first run syndicated shows. At that point, the station was almost sold but the sale never went through. Green County Associates bought out Satellite TV Systems at the end of 1985. In 1987, an ice storm knocked down a tower that KGCT-TV was using. Channel 41 went dark due to a lack of money for repairs. In 1991, the station signed back on as KTFO (Tulsa Forty-One). In 2006, the station became KMYT-TV.