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KUAM broadcasting Super Bowl 44 in HD

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by Jason Salas

Guam - Decades ago, KUAM made history as the first Guam television station to broadcast the Super Bowl live on the island.  And now, we've happily topped ourselves!

For the first time ever, the Super Bowl will be broadcast live over the air in high-definition.  We're carrying the New Orleans Saints vs. the Indianapolis Colts on the biggest stage there is at the highest quality possible, all for you.  And all for free.

If you have an HDTV and cable service through MCV Broadband or receive our broadcast signal over the air with a digital converter box, you'll be able to catch every snap, every bone-jarring hit, every replay and every gut-wrenching call on KUAM-TV11 in breathtaking HD, with unbeatable quality from CBS's telecast live from Miami.  So polish off your plasma screen, lasso yourself an LCD, and fire-up your flatscreens, Guam, because Super Bowl XLIV is coming to you in HD!

KUAM-TV11's telecast of Super Bowl XLIV live from South Florida begins at 4am Monday (Guam time) with CBS's Super Bowl Today pre-game festivities, followed by kickoff, at 9am.

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