What We Do

SPRTV is a member-supported, all-volunteer, non-profit organization that rebroadcasts public and commercial FM radio, and over-the-air antenna TV signals that are naturally blocked by the splendid mountains surrounding Summit County, Colorado.

SPRTV is managed by an all-volunteer working Board.

As a community broadcasting service, we strive to provide diverse and previously unavailable programming that enriches everyone who lives, works and vacations here – with minimal overlap with local FM radio stations and cable/satellite TV providers.

Our stations originate in the Denver area, Eagle and Summit Counties. Signals are captured at our electronics site on Bald Mountain and rebroadcast into Summit County.

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Our Challenges

Our electronics site at 12,600 ft. on Bald Mountain provides great signal coverage for Summit County.

However, due to the high elevation and harsh weather, maintaining and improving our facility is costly.

Without the hard work of our volunteers and the financial generosity of our supporting members, half of the FM radio stations and all the free, over-the-air antenna TV channels would disappear from Summit County.

We do not receive funding from the stations/channels we rebroadcast. Nor do we receive any annual operating funds from groups like NPR and PBS; or state, county or local town governments.

We rely 100% on donations from our listeners and viewers … Like you!

 

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Current Status

September 10, 2014 –
We have permanently rearranged our over-the-air TV channels, including the station identification information that goes with them.

The new TV station lineup is:

PBS-8.1, KCFR FM-8.2, CBS-8.3, NBC-8.4; ABC-10.1, The CW-10.2, FOX-10.3, Antenna TV 10.4; ION-59.1, qubo-59.2, ION Life-59.3, Shop-59.4, HSN-59.5, QVC-59.6.

Rescan your DTV television or converter box to receive all of the listed channels.

September 8, 2014 –
Jazz 89 KUVO in Analog, HD-1, HD-2, and HD-3 is once again up and running with their input signal coming from a new C-band satellite dish location.

Horizon clear, horizon clear!

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