DIRECTV AT9DIRECTV continues to roll out more markets with HD locals by adding eight additional markets yesterday to the existing twelve and plan to cover 58% of the US by mid 2006.
The new markets include;
Minneapolis, Sacramento, Pittsburgh, San Diego, Nashville, Kansas City, Columbus, Ohio and Birmingham.

This is great for those in these Markets, but as a DIRECTV subscriber I can't help but feel disappointed that they haven't added any new HD channels despite the new HD channels available today. Although I can't say I have watched TNT-HD or that I would watch MHD or HGTV-HD.

Should DIRECTV even bother adding these new channels even if they are only available to MPEG4 equipped customers?

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