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A conversation with a top Altitude executive, about that cable dispute thing

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I got the chance to spend nearly an hour Friday in the office of Altitude executive vice president and general manager Kenny Miller, and – you got it! – the main topic of conversation was the standoff between his company and the “Big Three” local cable companies – DISH, DirecTV and Comcast – which has resulted in a virtual blackout of the channel in most of Colorado.

With the October 3 season opener less than a week away, the question is: will anybody in the metro Denver area be able to see the game? In a wide-ranging conversation, one of the things I asked Miller was: would you put a percentage chance on the dispute being resolved by opening night?

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