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3 months 3 weeks ago

News Producer

KOAA Television, the Cordillera-owned, consistent #1 NBC affiliate in Colorado Springs/Pueblo, CO is looking for a Full time Content Producer with the ability to produce a fast paced newscast, with multiple live shots, taking full advantage of brand new state of the art set and a newly redesigned website. We...

10 months 2 weeks ago

Digital Media Marketing Director Career Opportunity at KOAA Television, Colorado Springs

KOAA and KOAA.com, the Cordillera owned #1 NBC affiliate in Colorado Springs-Pueblo, CO, is seeking a Digital Media Marketing Director . KOAA/#1 NBC has immediate opening for progressive, multi-platform savvy marketing director. Responsible for planning, development and implementation of all of the organization's marketing strategies, marketing communications, and public relations...

1 year 1 month ago

Television Photojournalist Opening at KOAA 5

KOAA and KOAA.com, the Cordillera owned #1 NBC affiliate in Colorado Springs-Pueblo, CO, is seeking a Photojournalist. Candidate will gather facts, interviews and b-roll for stories as needed, both alone, and with a reporter. Post news and breaking news from the field to our social media platforms. There is a...

1 year 11 months ago

Inventor of TV Remote control dies

The inventor of the TV remote has died at age 96. Eugene Polley, died of natural causes on Sunday. His family says he passed away in a suburban Chicago hospital. Polley's Flash-Matic pointed a beam of light at photo cells in the corners of the television screen. Each...

1 year 11 months ago

Recycle event scheduled for May 12

Residents of Pueblo County can get rid of unwanted hard-to-recycle items on Saturday May 12. The event happens at the Colorado State Fairgrounds from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Enter the fairgrounds at Gate 3 on Mesa Avenue. Items will only be accepted from homes--no business waste will...

2 years 1 month ago

"Rabbit ears" make a comeback

They were long thought to be a thing of the past, but rooftop antennas are making a comeback thanks to high cable and satellite prices and online programming options. Years ago, the rooftop antenna was the only way to get a television signal and with them came the "rabbit...

3 years 4 months ago

Loud commercial bill signed into law

WASHINGTON (AP) - President Barack Obama has signed legislation to prevent advertisers from abruptly raising the volume of TV commercials louder than regular programming. The law signed by Obama on Wednesday requires the Federal Communications Commission to adopt industry standards coordinating ad decibel levels to those of the regular...

3 years 10 months ago

Cablevision wants to buy Bresnan

Cablevision says it has agreed to pay $1.37 billion for mid-sized cable television provider Bresnan Communications, a move that will help the New York cable company expand into western states. The company's move follows an auction that involved bids from some of the nation's largest cable companies. Bresnan's owners...

3 years 11 months ago

DirecTV plans more 3-D TV channels

In the race for supremacy in 3-D television, DirecTV, wants to be king. DirecTV's exclusive NFL Sunday Ticket package of out-of-market football games has been a hit. Now the company has eyes on creating what it hopes to be its next competitive edge: extensive 3-D programming including movies, documentaries...

4 years 1 month ago

Samsung, Panasonic start selling 3-D TVs

Samsung and Panasonic will start selling 3-D TVs in U.S. stores this week. This inaugurates what all TV makers hope is the era of 3-D viewing in the living room. Samsung Electronics Co. is announcing Tuesday that it is selling two 3-D sets, combined with the required glasses and 3-D...

4 years 1 month ago

U.S. commander apologizes on Afghan TV

The commander of U.S. and NATO forces in Afghanistan went on national television Tuesday to apologize for a deadly air strike, an extraordinary attempt to regain Afghans' trust while a mass offensive continues against the Taliban in the south. Two U.S. Marine battalions, accompanied by Afghan troops, pushing from...

4 years 4 months ago

Pueblo's YWCA receives Daniels grant

Pueblo's shelter for battered women and children received an early Christmas present Monday--a check for $35,000. The YWCA of Pueblo received a $35,000 Daniels Fund grant to support the Family Crisis Shelter. The grant will allow the YWCA to provide crisis intervention and emergency shelter to an estimated 350 women...

4 years 4 months ago

Kids watching hours of TV at home daycare

Parents who thought their preschoolers were spending time in home-based day cares, taking naps, eating healthy snacks and learning to play nicely with others may be surprised to discover they are sitting as many as two hours a day in front of a TV, according to a study published Monday....

1 year 5 months ago

Brad Sowder

Brad Sowder First Alert 5 Meteorologist Email Brad Friend Brad on Facebook Started at News First 5: October 2009 Hometown: Roanoke, Virginia Previous Station: KJCT News 8-TV, Grand Junction, Colorado Education: Bachelor of Science in Meteorology, University of North Carolina at Asheville ...

4 years 6 months ago

You can have your HDTV and be green, too

You can buy an electric car, use recycled plastic and paper, wash your hair with biodegradable shampoo and refrain from burning garbage. But how can a high-definition TV fit into a green lifestyle? "Every electronic good has an environmental impact," said Casey Harrell of Greenpeace International. "Some of the biggest...

4 years 6 months ago

Is plasma starting to fade out

Plasma televisions, while still the finest made in the eyes of purists, are rapidly losing ground to LCD-based models, say analysts and industry observers. That's because Liquid Crystal Display TVs have plunged in price and innovated their way to near-parity with plasma in terms of image quality. "If you're...

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