Durango Gets Its Denver TV


By Adam R Jacobson RBR + TVBR For decades, television viewers in the far southwestern corner of Colorado have received their network TV programming via stations based in the Albuquerque-Santa Fe, N. Mex., DMA. In the old days, this was done out of necessity, as the signals of such stations as  Hubbard Broadcasting ‘s NBC-affiliated KOB-4  and  Hearst ‘s ABC-affiliated  KOAT-7  could be easily received and online viagra sale placed on local cable systems; translators across La Plata County boosted the internet viagra sales over-the-air availability of these stations. Today, thanks to satellites and digital technology, in-state programming from faraway Denver stations can now reach viewers in the area, where the picturesque town of Durango serves as La Plata County Seat

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Durango Gets Its Denver TV

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