KUSA News Director Exits

Warner Bros. Discovery Looks To Get Out Of RSN Business

It tells the teams whose games are carried by three of its regional networks that it wants to stop operating the channels.

Fubo TV Deal With Altitude Sports Makes Denver One Of The Nation’s Most Interesting RSN Regions

Local fans now have myriad ways to see the Nuggets and Avalanche, and none of them involve Comcast or Dish.



FCC Votes to Approve La Plata Market Mod

The FCC commissioners signaled Wednesday (June 12) that they have voted in favor of a proposal to modify the satellite markets of KDVR, KCNC, KMGH and KUSA, all Denver, to include a so-called orphan county in Colorado that had been receiving out-of-state TV station signals from Dish Network and DirecTV due to the way the Nielsen market was drawn up.

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Top 20 Market Social Media Report: Denver

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Denver News Battles Amid Digital Revolution

These days, staying competitive means more than just refreshing the faces reading the news. That has forced not only television stations but all news media to experiment with digital formats and other types of engagement as viewers — particularly younger ones — melt away from traditional delivery methods and turn toward mobile and online consumption.

DMA 17

Telemundo Sneaks Up On Univision In Denver

As the booming U.S. Latino market reshapes everything from branding to prime time TV, the battle to capture Spanish-speakers’ attention is heating up in Denver. For this market’s 790,000 Hispanics, there has historically been one go-to TV source. KCEC, Entravision’s Univision affiliate, was by far the dominant Spanish-language station. Telemundo-owned KDEN trailed from a distance. Lately however, the challenger is on a roll.


Denver: Bonkers For Broncos’ Big Game

TV and radio stations whip up excitement for Sunday’s Super Bowl with special programming and remote broadcasts. The market is healthy, with huge political spending expected.

DMA 17

Denver-Owned Ch. 8 Rebrands, Adds Programming


Denver TV And Radio Spending Flat

On TV, pricing is up low single digits versus a year ago, but conditions aren’t tight. Through the first three quarters of the year spending remains about flat to 2014. Buyers expect this to continue in fourth quarter, meaning they shouldn’t have trouble getting their clients on the air.

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Denver Sweep: KUSA, KCNC, KDVR Gain

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Denver Sweeps: Big Shift In Morning News

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Denver Sweeps: KUSA Tops In Morning, Evening

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Changes Abound In Denver Morning News

Denver TV In S.W. Colorado? It’s Complicated

Southwest Colorado’s plea for Denver TV broadcasts is getting more attention in Washington. Sen. Mark Udall (D-Colo.) and FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel met Wednesday in Durango to discuss possible solutions to the impasse that has blocked many local residents from receiving Denver TV news channels and, not incidentally, Denver Broncos football games.


In Denver The Super Bowl Is Super Hot

The Denver Broncos’ first trip to the Super Bowl in 15 years has sparked big interest among advertisers in the Feb. 2 game, giving a lift to an already-healthy market where TV spending in 2014 is up slightly over last year. Local 30-second spots in the game are sold out, buyers say. The final spot sold earlier this week for $200,000.

Aereo To Launch In Denver On Nov. 4

Starting next week, more than 3.4 million consumers across three states will have access to the streaming antenna/DVR technology to record and watch live television online.

DMA 17

TV And Radio Are Booming In Denver

The media economy in Denver hit a brief lull over the summer, but this fall demand for TV has revived and should remain strong through the end of the year. TV spending and pricing are up about 10% versus last year, impressive considering the market saw healthy political spending a year ago.


Denver: TV And Radio Softer Than Last Year

TV and radio in Denver are healthy, but demand is down compared to last year, when the Olympics and elections fueled spending. “I think the outlook is that it will be a softer year,” says Jennifer Long, broadcast supervisor at Haworth Marketing + Media. “This market seems to be healthy, though, so I think it will still be strong for most stations.” Inventory remains tight in a few high-demand dayparts, but pricing is down mid-single digits in most dayparts, and the market is generally easy for advertisers to get into. Strong categories include auto, retail and fast food.

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Denver: Strong Start To 2013 On TV

The market’s media economy had a strong 2012, boosted by a busy end of year following the November elections, and that momentum has continued into 2013. Pricing on TV is flat to last year, outside of highly rated sports and primetime programming. To start the year there has been high demand from a number of traditionally strong ad categories. Despite the fact that there are no Olympics or big elections, buyers expect a very good year.


Stations, Officials Clash Over Fire Coverage

Denver TV stations delivered extended coverage of the ongoing, fast-moving High Park Fire through the weekend as flames raged over nearly 37,000 acres and damaged or destroyed an estimated 100 structures. Reports of evacuations and the weather dominated the coverage. At times the journalistic imperative to deliver news clashed with authorities’ efforts to control the flow of information.



Denver: TV’s Pricey And Getting More So

Denver saw advertising decline during the recession, but it was not hit nearly as hard as other markets, which helped it recover quickly. Now the market is very healthy on both TV and radio heading into what should be an even stronger 2012.

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Denver News Race: KUSA Leads, KCNC No. 2