It’s a harsh reality for 92% of cable subscribers in 48 counties in Colorado (and 22 more across Nebraska and Wyoming) who subscribe to Comcast, per the Altitude lawsuit. Unless the case is dismissed, or the threat of public scrutiny over Comcast business practices makes it change course, subscribers can kiss any remaining regular-season Avalanche and Nuggets games broadcast on Comcast goodbye. … [Read more...] about Altitude dispute with Comcast keeps Nuggets, Avalanche games dark on Colorado’s largest TV provider: Will fan apathy set in for title contenders?
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Altitude, which filed an anti-trust lawsuit against Comcast earlier in 2019, remains at an impasse with both Comcast and DISH. That has led to thousands of Nuggets and Avalanche fans being unable to watch their teams’ games during the 2019-20 season. … [Read more...] about Kroenke Sports CEO Jim Martin retiring as Altitude Sports’ dispute with Comcast, Dish continues
Then there are his abundant connections to the 49ers, forged long before San Francisco and Green Bay advanced to Sunday’s NFC Championship Game. The 49ers infamously passed on Rodgers in the 2005 draft, tapping Alex Smith instead. Rodgers has a 4-3 regular-season record against the 49ers, but he’s winless in two playoff starts in the series thanks mostly to Colin Kaepernick. … [Read more...] about Aaron Rodgers: Long NFL journey leads back to Northern California
State inspectors keep the National Western, Colorado livestock industry moving Rodeo 101: Traditions, superstitions and essential lingo to make you sound like a pro As the National Western opens, complex’s $1B renovation is a step closer to reality Arena “gets to rocking” amid freestyle reining competition Exotic miniature Zebu a crowd favorite at National Western At the National Western, 4,000 pounds of steak but no possum barbecue PHOTOS: Mexican Rodeo takes center stage at the National Western Stock Show + How will Colorado’s public health insurance option work? … [Read more...] about Post Premium: Our best stories for the week of Jan. 13 – 19
Facts First: Trump did not publicly oppose the invasion of Iraq before it began. Trump was tentatively supportive of the war when radio host Howard Stern asked him in September 2002, "Are you for invading Iraq?" He responded: "Yeah, I guess so. I wish the first time it was done correctly." The day after the invasion in March 2003, he said, "It looks like a tremendous success from a military standpoint." Trump did not offer a definitive position on the looming war in a Fox News interview in January 2003, saying, "Either you attack or don't attack." … [Read more...] about Reverting to his usual level of dishonesty, Trump made 81 false claims last week