Continuing their rollout of high-def locals across the country, DirecTV has announced they are adding local broadcasts to their Seattle and Indianapolis markets. As we noted previously, subscribers will need to upgrade their receiver and dish to get the new MPEG-4 broadcasts. Indianapolis adds the ABC and Fox affiliates while Seattle gets CBS and NBC. Seattle was on the list for DISH's last round of upgrades, so it looks like the competition continues and consumers benefit.
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