Cox Communications digital video subscribers in Hampton Roads, Va., woke up this morning to 62 new high-definition channels on their lineups, as well as access to a new Spanish language package called El Mix.
The new HD channels that were launched included Nat Geo Wild HD, OWN HD, TruTV HD, Turner Classic Movies HD, ESPN News HD, Fearnet and Starz Edge HD.
Witt the recent additions, Cox, which competes against Verizon in the area, now has 103 HD channels.
"We are delighted to offer these new HD channels and to continue expanding our offering of high-definition programming free of charge to our customers,” Cox Virginia's vice president of marketing Jonathan Freeland said. "With these additions, Cox continues to expand its services to provide both the quality, as well as the quantity, of HD content for our valued customers. With this expansion, we now offer all of the highest-rated HD and SD programming to our customers – all at no extra charge to customers."
In addition to the new HD programming, Cox also started offering its El Mix package, which caters to Spanish-speaking customers. The offering includes more than 78 top-rated channels, including all Spanish channels from the Latino Pak, plus other non-Spanish-language channels such as Discovery, Disney, MTV, Nickelodeon, Fox Soccer and more.