(Watch Local breaking KDVR Fox 31 News Denver CO Live Stream Weather and Sports Channel Online Stream) KDVR TV 31 Weather Channel Denver, Colorado, United States Live Online Streaming. KDVR television channel is a Fox associated. It is certified to Denver, United States. The channel is under the authority of the Tribune Transmitting subsidiary. It belongs to the Tribune Media Company, as part of a duopoly with CW associate KWGN-TV. The two channels share offices on East Speer Boulevard in Denver’s Speer neighborhood. KDVR’s transmitting tower is situated on Lookout Mountain, near Golden. On satellite, the channel is accessible on Comcast Xfinity KDVR Fox and Century-Link Prism channel 31.
KDVR functions a full-time satellite channel, KFCT in Fort Collins, whose transmitting tower is situated atop Horse-tooth Mountain. It is just outside Fort Collins. KFCT covers areas of northern Colorado. It is the only full-power television channel in that area. It obtains a marginal to a non-existent signal from FOX KDVR. Though there is a noteworthy overlap between the coverage areas of both KDVR FOX News and KCNC CBS 4 News Denver CO Live signals. KFCT is a conventional broadcast of KDVR FOX News. On-air references to KDVR Fox are partial to Federal Communications Commission.
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The FOX 31 Channel first signed on the air on August 10, 1983. It was founded by a regional ownership group. KDVR FOX News was the first profitable television channel to sign on in the Denver market since KCNC-TV.
Denver had to legitimately wait long to receive a second independent channel. It was in order to compete with the longer established KWGN FOX. On paper, the business’s population had been big enough to support two independents. Though, the Denver arcade is geographically one of the extensions in the country. KDVR Fox extends across huge and mountainous bands of eastern Colorado and western Nebraska. Denver’s four major profitable channels rain widespread translator networks to cover the vast area. In addition to that, the only accessible distributions were on the UHF band and UHF channels do not cover mountainous zone very well.