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Squaw Mountain home of highest TV broadcast tower

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Signal may have better chance of reaching Evergreen over the air after going full-power digital.

By Vicky Gits

 

From its lofty perch on Squaw Mountain, KBDI Channel 12 has the distinction of having the highest TV broadcast tower in North America at 11,200 feet altitude.

But if you don’t re-scan, you won’t see its signal.

Colorado Public Television Channel 12 moved Friday, June 12, from UHF channel 38 to the new permanent VHF channel 13. It will still show up on the on-screen program guide as channel 12 under the new nationwide digital TV broadcast conversion that went into effect Friday.


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