9 News Denver KUSA-TV in Denver-based TV network, affiliated with NBC. It currently operates at channel 9 both virtually and digitally. Denver news 9 offers authentic and timely information, entertainment, morning news, and stories. It also focuses on weather conditions, traffic alerts, and solutions to the Denver citizens on whatever device they chose to watch or interact in any meaningful and precise way, to serve the community. Watch 9 News Denver live stream on smartphones or local cable networks at CH 9.
Denver Channel 9 provides services to the entire region of Denver, Colorado. Tegna Inc holds all the ownership rights of the channel; though, KTVD is also a co-owner of the service. Both KTVD and KUSA have the same studios in Denver’s Speer region at East Speer Boulevard, towards the southeast of KMGH, 7 (affiliated to ABC) studio, along with KWGN, 2 (affiliated to CW) and KDVR, 31 (affiliated to Fox) studios. KUSA TV cut off its analog transmission in April 2009 and re-positioned its signals from Channel 16 (UHF) to the existing Channel 9 (VHF digital).
9 News Denver Live Stream
Denver news 9 is available on different cable networks; Though you can also watch 9 News Denver live stream on the internet or here in the below section.
KUSA TV News Team
The channel’s news team contains expert anchors like Gary Shapiro and Natasha Verma with years of experience in journalism. They are trusted for providing accurate news telecasts to the community.
9 News Weather Team
Denver Weather 9 News features a dedicated and skilled team of meteorologists such as Kathy Sabine and Becky Ditchfield, experts in meteorology and weather phenomenon.
9 News Denver App
With the catchphrase Everywhere Colorado’s News Leader, Denver Channel 9 app features breaking news, exciting stories, and traffic alerts in the area. Moreover, the app offers news headlines interested to you and your family, 9 news Denver live streams for the station’s newscast, latest radar, and local events. With the new update, get the notifications for newscasts as soon as they break, explore interesting investigative stories by the Denver News 9 investigation team and browse through different exciting photos, videos, and clips.
Denver Weather 9 News app features exclusive interactive radar with high resolution. Get to know hourly and daily weather forecasting, severe weather warnings by National Weather Service, and HD Satellite cloud images with this app. Furthermore, you can see the upcoming weather conditions in the area with future radar and plan for your weekend accordingly. Pin your favorite location and get push alerts to remain safe from any kind of mishaps on Denver Weather 9 News.
KUSA TV Programs
The following table shows the list of all the exciting shows broadcasting on 9 News Denver live stream.
|9News||The Tonight show Starring Jummy Fallon||A Little Late with Lilly Singh||Late Night with Seth Meyers|
|Early Today||9News at 6 am||Entertainment Tonight||Extra|
|NBC Nightly News Repeat||Today with Hoda & Jenna||9News at 5:30 AM||9News @ 5AM|
|Earth Odyssey with Dylan Dreyer||Today 3rd Hour||9News First at 4:30 am||Days of our Lives|
|Today||The Ellen DeGeneres Show||Daily Blast Live||Colorado & Company|
|Dateline||The Wall||World of Dance||–|
About KUSA TV
Channel 9 News Denver first started its operations at KBTV (currently Denver Channel 9) on 12 Oct 1952. It was the second popular TV station in the Denver market; the first one was KEEL-TV (currently popular as KWGN) broadcasting on channel 2; it came into existence right before three months of KBTV on 18 July.
Mullins Broadcasting was the original owner of the Denver News 9, which used to take content primarily from CBS, however, NBC and ABC were also known for providing programming to KBTV as secondary sources. The network’s first studios were in the Civic center of Denver at 1089 Bannock St, a place that used to be a car dealership before. Comcast Xfinity offers KUSA TV at channel 9 in SD and channels 653 in HD.
CenturyLink Prism plays it at two different channels i.e., 9 and 1009. Carnival Cruise Lines presents it on ships’ in-room entertainment system, sailing through South Pacific and the Caribbean Sea. In 1972, KBTV and KARK-TV (its sister network of that time) were sold by Mullins Broadcasting to the Combined Communication Corporation (CCC), which was already managing KTAR-TV and KTAR-AM. Later in 1978, CCC merged its all properties with Gannet Company, thus making a history of largest media merger in America (that time).
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On 19 March 1984, KBTV changed its call signs to KUSA-TV so that it can align itself to the newspaper body of Gannett, USA Today. In 1953, KBTV acquired an association with DuMont Television Network; however, at the same time, Denver news 9 lost the rights to telecast CBS transmission to KMGH-TV. Later, it also lost NBC from its affiliation group. After removing CBS and NBC, KUSA TV left with only two affiliate partners i.e.,(primary) and ABC (Secondary).
In 1956, DuMont also parted ways with KBTV, as it terminated all its operations permanently, leaving the Denver Channel 9 with only one and primary associate partner ABC. It also had a radio partner (called KBTR) until 1980; both used to work under the ownership of Mullins Broadcasting.
9 News Affiliations
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