DENVER (AP) -- Rates for most Colorado cable and satellite-TV customers are going up this year.
Providers are blaming increased programming costs.
Comcast, Colorado's largest cable-TV company, with more than 800,000 subscribers, is raising rates statewide by more than 4 percent. DirecTV will raise rates by an average of 4 percent beginning in February.
According to the Denver Post, Dish Network froze prices through January 2013 on primary programming packages as part of a hike last year.
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