KRDO going full HD
I haven't been home to verify this myself, but KRDO news director Dave Rose says the station should be broadcasting all of ABC's HD programming now, or by tomorrow if they're not. KRDO has been broadcasting in high def since January, but only the programs ABC sent live in HD, like sports and awards shows and such. Now, they'll be able to do ABC's full primetime programming and other stuff that's delayed for the Mountain time zone.
Meanwhile, NBC affiliate KOAA/Channels 5&30 has crews up on the mountain every day working on their HD transmitter. They're still shooting for being on the air July 1 (they need another extension from the FCC if they aren't).
UPDATE: Well, GMA definitely wasn't in HD this morning, although it was in low-def 16-9 on 13-2 for some reason, so we'll see what's going on in prime time. I can't say I care too much until "Lost" begins in the fall, but it's nice to see the stations making progress.