Customers Can Enjoy MLB Playoffs, Presidential Primary Season, WFFF & WVNY in HD

comcast-xfinity-logoComcast Vermont announced the availability of WFFF (FOX) and WVNY (ABC) along with
TBS and CNN in High-Definition (HD), adding four more of the most
compelling channels to its already extensive HD lineup in the Green
Mountain State.

Dan Blakeman, Vice President of Comcast’s Vermont system, said that the
following channels launched in Vermont at no additional cost:

— WVNY HD (ABC) Channel 722 – WVNY HD airs ABC primetime, late night and
sports programming in crystal clear HD.  Programs that ABC makes
available in HD include hits such as Desperate Housewives, Grey’s
Anatomy, Saturday Night College Football and Good Morning America.

— WFFF HD (FOX/CW) Channel 744 – WFFF HD combines FOX and CW programming
in full HD picture and clarity.  Football fans can now enjoy NFL games
from FOX in HD as well throughout the season.

— TBS HD Channel 761 – TBS HD delivers Major League Baseball fans a
front row seat to all 27 potential games of the American and National
League Division Series and National League Championship Series.  In
addition to the baseball playoffs, viewers can watch the network’s hit
original series in HD, such as My Boys, Tyler Perry’s House of Payne,
10 Items or Less and The Bill Engvall Show, along with viewer
favorites like The Office, Everybody Loves Raymond, Family Guy,
Friends, Sex and the City, King of Queens and Seinfeld.

— CNN HD Channel 760 – CNN HD is one of the world’s most respected and
trusted sources for news and information.  Viewers will now be able to
catch all of the latest news headlines and hit programs in HD,
including Lou Dobbs Tonight, The Situation Room, Larry King Live and
Anderson Cooper 360.

“We are committed to providing the best HD programming in Vermont,”
said Dan Blakeman, Vice President of Comcast’s Vermont system. “The
addition of WFFF HD, WVNY HD, TBS HD and CNN HD, combined with our already
extensive HD lineup and more than 150 hours of HD ON DEMAND content,
delivers our customers the ultimate viewing experience. And as other
networks begin to offer their content in HD, we look forward to expanding
our already robust offerings to provide unparalleled entertainment for our
customers.”

Source: PR Newswire, SRtestOK

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