Once upon a time, a smattering of new HD channels in one major metropolitan area was a huge deal. Nowadays, it's almost expected that one area or another will experience some HD expansion each week. In order to keep things nice and tidy around here, we deliver high-def expansions, market expansions and anything else dealing with HD channel growth right here. If we missed an area that you're familiar with, drop us a line in comments so everyone can catch up. The more the merrier, we say!

Read - Comcast ending analog format for 40 channels (Denver)
Read - Hot Springs Village receives additional HD TV channels (Arkansas)
Read - Cox Communications announces price increases (Las Vegas)
Read - GVTC adds 15 new cable channels (San Antonio)
Read - Comcast gearing up to offer more HD and other channels this summer (Arizona)
Read - 2010 Olympics? Not in high-definition on local cable (Utica, NY)
Read - Verizon Unveils More Interactive FiOS TV Features, Including Navigational Shortcuts, in Mid-Atlantic Markets
Read - Time Warner changes high-def channels (Akron, OH)
Read - Verizon Brings Customers NBC Universal's Coverage of 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympic Games
Read - Verizon Expands Its Award-Winning FiOS TV Service to More Than 5,300 Households in Munhall, Pa.

Engadget Podcast 182 - 02.07.2010