Denver TV stations to go digital via new DTV tower

03/9/2008 | Broadcasting & Cable

After 10 years, Canadian firm Radian is close to completing construction of a $20 million master tower facility in Denver that will support the DTV broadcasts of the Lake Cedar Group, which comprises CBS owned-and-operated KCNC, Gannett's NBC affiliate KUSA and MyNetworkTV affiliate KTVD, and McGraw-Hill's ABC affiliate KMGH. The 730-foot-tall TV tower on Lookout Mountain is scheduled to start operating April 14.

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