If you would like to submit programming to broadcast as part of our Community Hour, please upload your program for us to consider or give us a call to discuss. Content must be relevant to our Southwest Colorado viewers and/or produced by Southwest Colorado residents. Approved videos will be scheduled to run during our Community Hour on Durango TV Station and upload to this website for easy access viewing.
The person uploading their video content must have signed waivers or approval of all actors in the video. All footage must have proper approval to be used. Profanity and nudity are prohibited. Videos with advertising local businesses are welcomed per the advertising program fees outlined below.
If you’d like to submit programming to broadcast as part of our Community Hour, please send us the program for our consideration. We reserve the right to manage the content on our website and TV station and to deny content for any reason. We will only aprove content if it meets the following criteria:
- No profanity or nudity
- Relevant and or interesting to Southwest Colorado visitors or residents
- Includes a signed waiver that all footage has the proper approval to be used and consent of any persons seen in the videos.
If the content does not have a business sponsor, promote a business or include a call to action for a business, the content will run for free.
If the content does not qualify to be shown free, the cost for a 3-5 minutes video is $50 per month.
If you are interested in running a more formal program that is of interest to our viewers, we have several options for your consideration:
Cloudy Ridge Productions has created a documentary film series about archaeological preservation titled The Languages of the Landscape. The first vignette of this series takes an honest look at the prehistorical Ridges Basin a few miles southwest of Durango, Colorado that is now occupied by the human-made Lake Nighthorse.
Collaborating with Anna Sofaer, president of The Solstice Project, (www.solsticeproject.org), Cloudy Ridge productions teamed up with the Project last November to produce this short film about the Greater Chaco Landscape. Exploring how human-made ancient mega-features such as ancient roads and mounds along with large natural features such as twin buttes and alcoves that spread from New Mexico to Southeastern Utah, played vital rolls in oral histories of the ancients that are still told and lived by modern Indigenous peoples today .
The second piece in this series of Cloudy Ridge Productions’ Languages of Landscape series explores how ancient cultures may have looked at the concept of time relative with our narrow and linear concept of time based on the Gregorian calendar.
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Do you use wood-burning stoves or fireplaces to warm your home in winter? While they may be convenient and inexpensive, wood-burning appliances can be dangerous. Here are a few safety tips for winter heating.