Comcast said today that it has added six new HD channel sin the San Francisco Bay area.
The new channels are: Sci-Fi HD, Food Network HD, Animal Planet HD, The Learning Channel (TLC) HD, CNN HD and AMC HD. The new HD networks launched on Comcast’s Digital Starter HD service level in the most of the Bay Area communities.
In January at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, the company announced its plan to give consumers more than 1,000 HD choices in 2008 and its strategy to begin adding additional HD movies.
"With Comcast HD service, it's a matter of choice,” said Elaine Barden, vice president of product marketing for Comcast in California. “We offer more HD programming than any other provider including 75 movies in HD and popular network shows available at any time,
"We're providing more than 400 HD on demand choices, including 36 HD channels, and are quickly moving to our goal of having up to 1,000 HD choices available to our customers at any time.”
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