As many of you know, KKTV 11 News has been in the process of launching a new transmitter, giving us the strongest possible signal for our over-the-air viewers. We are happy to announce that the project is complete.
The new transmitter on Cheyenne Mountain will bring viewers all over Southern Colorado the strongest signal ever sent out by the station. We are now broadcasting that UHF signal. We officially turned off the VHF signal on Monday, January 24 at noon. All over-the-air viewers should now scan their TVs to be able to reach KKTV 11 News on channel 11, or lose the KKTV signal altogether.
Construction on the new transmitter began last summer after the station learned that most viewers could more easily reach UHF signals, as opposed to the VHF signal we were broadcasting. We invested over one million dollars to make sure our new antenna was the best quality for our viewers to watch KKTV 11 News.
We want to thank all of our loyal viewers for your patience and understanding while we completed this project. We are excited and relieved to be back on your TV!
If you have any questions or need further help, please e-mail DTV@kktv.com or call 1-855-GET-KKTV (1-855-438-5588).
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