Time Warner Cable
Time Warner Cable added more HD channels in the Western New York area, that according to The Observer – Dunkirk NY. The new channels include CNBC HD, Bravo HD, IFC HD, USA HD, SCI FI HD, Fuse HD, WE HD and AMC HD. The additions bring the total number of HD channels available from TWC in the area to 71.
Cable television provider Time Warner Cable has hit 100 HD channels in their New York City market areas. The company now offers 65 HD channels in its standard high-definition package, and 35 HD channels in its premium HD lineup.
Time Warner Cable has added four new HD channels to its lineup in San Antonio, TX. According to the San Antonio Business Journal, TWC has added CNBC HD, SCI FI HD, Bravo HD and USA HD. The company also added …
Time Warner Cable added 17 more high-definition channels to its lineup in Dallas last weekend. In addition, the HD upgrade allows customers to order pay-per-view events in high-definition, a service that gave Time Warner a disadvantage against competing satellite television providers who offer more HD choices.
Cable television provider Time Warner has added an additional 5 HD channels in the Buffalo, NY area. The channels include NHL Network HD (Channel 729), History Channel HD (744), Disney Channel HD (750), Lifetime Movie Network HD (751) and HGTV HD (715). The channels are available at no additional charge with the Time Warner Cable HD service.
Time Warner Cable in San Antonio is adding HD Olympic games coverage to their lineup. Customers who live in the area will be able to get 4 new HD channels that will cover the 2008 games in Beijing. The company says it will offer over 800 hours of Olympics HD coverage.
Time Warner Cable added four HD channels today in NYC including Biography Channel in HD (channel 763), Starz Edge HD (channel 677), Starz Kids & Family HD (channel 678) and Starz Comedy HD (channel 681). The new additions are available to customers in the Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island boroughs.
Discovery Network launched Planet Green HD yesterday on Time Warner Cable. What the company calls “the first eco-lifestyle” HD channel, has evolved from the Discovery Home Channel. The high-definition channel is now available to customers in San Antonio, according to an article from the San Antonio Business Journal. The HD channel will also be launched in Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island next Wednesday on June 11.
Time Warner Cable-Northeast Wisconsin added 6 HD channels to its lineup today. The new high-definition channels include Discovery HD (Channel 732), Food Network HD (Channel 751), ABC Family HD (Channel 755), MHD (MTV) (Channel 767), Disney Channel HD (Channel 769) and ESPN News HD (Channel 776).
MGM HD, a channel which runs films from the MGM library in high-definition, will now be available to Time Warner Cable customers. This is according to an announcement made today by Douglas A. Lee, Executive VP of Worldwide Digital Media, MGM. “This is a great opportunity for us to make MGM HD available to more consumers across the country,” he said.
Time Warner will be offering 50 high definition channels to its subscribers in New York which includes the Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island areas on April 30. The company also plans to offer the 50 HD channels to customers in Manhattan, New Jersey, the Hudson Valley region and Mt. Vernon later in the year.
As of today if you are in the Dallas area you will have eleven more HD channels to choose from with Time Warner Cable services. Some of the channels included are: Fox Sports SW HD, Discovery HD, A&E HD, and National Geographic HD. The areas that get additional high definition channels will include Dallas, Plano, Richardson and Mesquite.
In a press release yesterday, Crown Media Holdings announced they will be launching the Hallmark Movie Channel in HD, along with a renewal of their distribution agreement with Time Warner Cable.
Crown Media Holdings, which owns the Hallmark Channel and Hallmark Movie Channel, will continue to be broadcast into 12 million homes through Time Warner’s distribution. The agreement includes both standard and high definition versions.
The Weather Channel is well on its way to the launch of its first HD studio programs, Your Weather Today and Evening Edition, on June 2, 2008. By early May, sets will be in place for the start of rehearsals from a four- story-high HD studio.