Comcast adds HD channels in New Jersey

Speed HD, FX HD and Fox News Channel HD have been added to additional areas in Philadelphia, as well as Trenton and Lambertville market areas. Some areas in Philadelphia had already received the high-definition additions in the beginning of June. Now, the new HD channels are available to Comcast customers citywide.

“Comcast remains focused on making the highest quality HD programming available, and we have a continued commitment to significantly increase HD choices,” said Amy Smith, senior VP of Comcast’s Freedom Region -Philadelphia Metro area and New Jersey.

Comcast now offers more than 1,000 HD movies and TV shows on demand from their library.

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4 Replies to “Comcast adds HD channels in New Jersey”

  1. Mike Wolf says:

    Comcast of Monmouth & Ocean County, Toms River, LBI & Central NJ

    Its March 2010 and still no Science HD, no ABC Family HD , and no Disney HD

    Now that they’re pushing for their new XFINITY branding promising a ton more HD channels, I have to wonder WHEN this is going to happen….

  2. Sam says:

    What about Willingboro/westampton for FX HD ?

  3. admin says:

    Note from Comcast: MLB, A&E, AMC, Animal Planet, CNN, Discovery, Food, HGTV, History, SYFY, TLC, USA, WLIW, WPXN (Ion), WABC (Live Well HD) have launched this year. Union upgrade to be completed late Sept.

  4. dyhrdmet says:

    they STILL have at least one part of NJ that doesn’t have these channels yet, that being Comcast of Union.

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