Cox is expected to add some HD channels the second week of February, as well as some additional On Demand content for customers in the Hampton Roads, Virginia area. Among the additions are MSNBC HD, MoreMax HD (Cinemax), TMC HD (The Movie Channel), Cox HD, and Comcast Sports HD. Below is a list of the channels to launch on 2/10/10. Thanks to Philip for the tip.
Cox Communications has added 13 more high-definition channels to its lineup in Northern Virginia (NOVA) market. The cable provider now hosts 78 HD channels in the area, and the new additions include such networks as MSNBC HD, TMC HD, Disney HD and BBC America HD.
Via Reuters Cox Communications may be close to reaching an agreement to carry movie channels Epix and Epix HD, but Cox is not the only TV provider who may get the new network. An article earlier this month from Reuters said Dish was talking to Epix, with a carriage deal expected early in 2010.
Cox Communications now offers subscribers NBC programming On Demand, which can be found in the MyPrimetime video-on-demand library. TV shows such as Heroes, The Office, 30 Rock, Parks and Recreation, Mercy, Community, and Saturday Night Live are now available to subscribers the day after they premiere on NBC.
Cox Communications has improved their On Demand interface, allowing faster and easier navigation through their content library. They also added FreeZone, more Movies On DEMAND, and additional HD content.
Cable network Cox Communications added NBC content to their HD on-demand library, giving subscribers access to shows such as The Office, 30 Rock and Saturday Night Live. The content is part of their MyPrimetime lineup of shows, (found on Channel 1), available in high-definition the day after they premiere.
Cox Communications has launched an additional 23 HD channels in James City County, Virginia, bringing the total number of high-definition channels in the area to 67. The channels are already available to customers in Chesapeake, Gloucester, Hampton, Newport News, Norfolk, Poquoson, Portsmouth, Virginia Beach, West Point, parts of Williamsburg, as well as New Kent, York and King and Queen Counties.
Cox Communications says it will be adding 24 additional high-definition channels to its James City County in Northern Virginia. Customers who have the standard-definition channels in their lineup will also get the HD (high-definition) versions.
Cox Communications has improved its interface for Cox customers in the states of Rhode Island and Connecticut, which now allows faster and easier navigation. Enhancements also include more choices to FreeZone, HD titles and more movies On Demand.
Cox subscribers in the Cox Hampton Roads/Norfolk, VA area will get a slew of new HD channels next month, including MLB Network HD, Fox News Channel HD, and CNBC HD. The additions are part of Cox Communication’s “Project EON” (Extendable Optical Network) upgrade.
Cox Communications is adding 27 new HD channels in the Phoenix Valley area, the Phoenix Business Journal reports. The additions will take place through next month, and will include Fox News HD, Nickelodeon HD, Disney Channel HD, and MLB Network HD as well as pay channels Encore HD and HBO2 HD.
According the Orange County Register, both Verizon’s FiOS TV and Cox Communications’ cable TV service have added or will add high-definition channels to their lineups this month. With Verizon’s FiOS, customers can apparently already get six more HD channels that include: MTV HD, VH1 HD, CMT HD, Nickelodeon HD, Spike TV HD and Comedy Central HD.
Cox Communications has added new high-definition channels to its lineup, including Disney Channel HD and ABC Family HD. Cox also added local channel WPXV HD ION. The company now provides a total of 9 local HD channels. And, for customers in Cox’s western markets, every major local channel is available in HD.
Cox added 21 high-definition channels to its lineup in Hampton, Virginia. Cox subscribers will now get a total of 56 HD channels at no additional charge. The new channels are also available in the Fort Monroe area. Later this year, James City County, York County and other areas on the Peninsula will also receive the additional channels.
Cox Communications launched WRIC in HD (Channel 708) to subscribers in King and Queen County, New Kent, and West Point, VA. WRIC is the local ABC affiliate broadcast from Richmond previously only available in standard definition in those areas.
Cox Communications added BET HD to its high-definition lineup today. The network is now available on Channel 736, starting with the greater Hampton Roads area including Southside, Gloucester, Poquoson, Williamsburg and Newport News.
Cox Communications added NESNplus HD to its high-definition lineup in New England (as well as adding NESNplus in standard-def) to ensure Red Sox and Bruins fans would not miss a game. The new channel will broadcast any of the team’s overlapping games.