Steamboat TV Morning Show resumes for summer Friday
Steamboat Springs — Visitors and locals looking for what to do this summer can find all they need to know by tuning in to the Steamboat TV Morning Show, which resumes at 8 a.m. Friday.
Steamboat TV’s Morning Show will have a different format this summer.
The show will air from 8 to 9:30 a.m. and live at Ski Haus on Fridays. It also will air at the in-house studio or the Farmers Market on select Saturdays. The show can be found on Channel 18 for Comcast cable subscribers and also can be viewed live on steamboattv.com.
Station Manager Kelly Anzalone said programming for the summer show will include more recorded segments shot on location.
Anzalone added the local channel will be merging with Outside Television. The content for the programming will be based on Outside Magazine and feature running, biking, skiing, sailing, surfing, kayaking and a variety of other adventures.
Outside Television will be shown throughout the week, along with local content, including the “Summer A to Z” guide of what to do in Steamboat Springs, “Best of the Boat” content and a new Pro Rodeo show, which will highlight everything visitors need to know about the Pro Rodeo Series and feature three local rodeo contestants.
“I think this is going to be a really good show this year,” Anzalone said. “We’ve never done a full program about the rodeo before, and we will have all of the events and happenings of what to do and where to go to prepare people for what’s coming up with big weekend events.”
Familiar faces viewers may recognize will include primary host Kasey Lane.
Each week, stories from Explore Steamboat will be expanded through extended interviews on the show, which also can be accessed online at steamboattv.com, along with recorded segments.
“People should stay tuned for what is coming up for this season’s show,” Anzalone said. “It’s going to be an exciting summer.”
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