What Is A Low Power TV Station?
Low Power TV Stations (LPTV) were created in 1982 to provide opportunities for locally oriented TV service in small communities in rural areas or within larger urban areas.
LPTV programming can include satellite delivered programming, syndicated programs, movies and a wide range of locally programs
LPTV stations broadcast at a lower power with a lower operating cost compared to full power TV stations
Installation of 3 ASI stream GHz STL. Master Control and office for SYNCOM Media KHDT TV16, KZDN TV26, AND KLPD TV28 in Denver Colorado. Supervision of 3 Meter and 3.7 Meter satellite antenna installation.
Flash cut of K49AY TV49, Cheyenne, Wyoming to Channel 16 and move from Wyoming to Ft. Collins Colorado.
Ingest and preparation of programming for Thunderhill Classic TV, Classic Western and Colorado Country Music Channel.
Installation of QVIDIUM Encoder and Decoder for Syncom Media Group to feed KZDN TV26 Denver CANAL44, a 24 hour spanish language news channel from Juarez, Mexico.
Consulting engineer for Simchat Torah Beit Midrash Denver, Colorado to upgrade the technical operation of KDEO TV23 master control and studios.