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Verizon agrees to upgrade 911 call-routing in wake of complaints from Denver’s East Colfax neighborhood, warns The Denver Post

From The Denver Post: Verizon announced Wednesday that it will work with Denver and other cities across the United States to install upgraded 911 call-routing in the wake of the shooting death of Ma Kaing,...

Take action against Verizon: 911 calls from cellphones can be precisely pinpointed. One carrier won’t install the technology in Colorado.

From The Denver Post: When a business owner and beloved member of Denver’s East Colfax neighborhood was shot outside her apartment late July 15, four calls to 911 — including the first one made —...

The Denver Post on AT&T: Altitude TV asks Comcast to match terms of AT&T Sportsnet Rocky Mountain

From The Denver Post: Altitude TV announced its latest contract offer to Comcast on Wednesday for ending the television blackout of locally broadcast Avalanche and Nuggets games. Altitude’s proposal: Match the same pricing terms and distribution...

Latest DISH Network customer news: Denver-area NBC TV stations currently off the air on DISH network

From The Denver Post: KUSA and KTVD, channels 9 and 20, are currently not available for DISH subscribers. “Unfortunately, DISH refused to reach a fair, market-based agreement with us, which is why our station is not...

The Denver Post reports Comcast-Altitude: Second mediation effort does not bring closure to TV blackout

From The Denver Post: The Comcast-Altitude TV blackout is threatening to impact a fourth consecutive season of local Avalanche, Nuggets and Rapids game broadcasts. A second mediation attempt on Tuesday to resolve their ongoing antitrust lawsuit...

The Denver Post reports Denver-area NBC stations back on Dish after months-long absence

From The Denver Post: KUSA-Channel 9 and KTVD-Channel 20 are are available once again for Dish satellite-TV subscribers. Tegna Inc., owner of the two Denver TV stations, announced Friday that it has reached a new “carriage...

The Denver Post reports Altitude-Comcast blackout: Settlement conference ends without resolution but “discussions are continuing”

From The Denver Post: A settlement conference between legal teams from Altitude TV and Comcast did not produce a resolution Wednesday for the regional sports network’s television blackout on Comcast. Talks to bring back locally broadcast...

Top Airbnb story from The Denver Post: No fines, no felonies: Denver reins in harshest penalties for Airbnb scofflaws as compliance soars

From The Denver Post: Fourteen months after the City Council signed off on fining booking providers like Airbnb and Vrbo up to $1,000 a day for allowing customers to book an unlicensed rental, the city...

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Take action against Airbnb: Airbnb is rolling out ‘new anti-party technology’ in North America

From The Verge: Airbnb is testing new “anti-party technology” in the US and Canada as it attempts to enforce a...

Take action against Airbnb: Airbnb Rolling Out New Screening Tools To Stop Parties

From News On 6: Airbnb says it will use new methods to spot and block people who try to use...

Top Sprint story from Bloomberg Law: T-Mobile’s Sprint Takeover Boosted Mobile Phone Bills, Suit Says

From Bloomberg Law: T-Mobile US Inc.’s 2020 acquisition of Sprint Corp.reduced competition and led to higher prices for all US...