June 19, 2004 — Gary’s back, made it up to the site and was able to restore KBCO (94.3, adult rock and roll from Denver) and Ion Television (10.3), so all TV and FM radio stations other than KUVO should be broadcasting properly.
May 6, 2014 — We are currently having problems transmitting KUVO (89.7 public radio jazz). We think the problem has to do with a periodic microwave signal interfering with our reception of the incoming signal. We are working with KUVO to figure out and correct the problem. We have also been having problems with KUNC (88.1 and 90.7), but expect to have those corrected shortly.
February 22, 2014 — Because of the difficulties with the channel10 TV translator during cold, windy weather–which we seem to have a lot of lately–we have temporarily moved CBS/Denver 4 and NBC/Denver 9 to channel 8. So you should now have no trouble watching the remainder of the Olympics and can even get captions for it. The temporary new lineup is thus:
8-3 CBS Denver 4
8-4 NBC Denver 9
10-1 Channel 2 Denver (unchanged)
10-2 ABC Denver 7
10-4 Ion Life
Note that the “pcip” giving channel information has not been changed, so go by this and not the indicator that may show on your screen. All other channels stay the same.
February 9, 2014 — As you can imagine, Mt. Baldy can be a rather hostile environment on cold, windy nights—for electronic equipment as well as for people. When the weather is bad and the temperature drops too much in the equipment building, the channel 10 TV translator (Denver channels 2, 4, 7, and 9) will sometimes move to a reduced power cycle. If you are on the fringe of the reception area, you may lose the signal during these times. We apologize for any inconvenience. We expect to resolve the problem in the late spring to early summer timeframe.
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