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ABC-affiliate KRDO apologized for “accidentally” airing “hardcore pornography,” the Jane Dough reported.

According to the Jane Dough, a “human error” led to the clip of pornography being aired during ABC’s Good Morning America on April 12.

The Colorado Spring Gazette reported that Comcast apologized over the incident as well.  According to the Gazette, Comcast explained that it was trying to “correct a technical issue” and inadvertently aired the pornography because of “human error.”

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According to the Gazette, “The porn was shown only for a matter of seconds.”

KRDO’s general manager Tim Larson is quoted as saying that the station is “extremely upset that Comcast would air this material instead of our KRDO material.”

According to a report on KRDO’s website, non-KRDO material, including the porn, was aired for about three hours.

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