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TWC adds 11 HD channels in Dallas, Texas region

Darren Murph

Considering that Time Warner Cable has been beefing up the HD lineups in San Antonio, Austin, Waco and other areas of Central Texas, it's about time the slighted Dallas region got their due. As of today, TWC is dropping 11 high-def newcomers in Dallas, Plano, Richardson and Mesquite, and we're told that other local cities "should get the new feeds, and more, in the next nine months." According to company spokesman Gary Underwood, North Texas "should have around 50 HD channels, not counting HD video-on-demand, by the end of the year." These 11 bring the total in the area up to 31, which catapults it above FiOS TV but still situates it well below U-verse and the two sat providers. Still, you lucky North Texas folks are some of the few enjoying March Madness on Demand in high-def, so click on through for the list of newbies and hush that complaining for at least, oh, a week day or two. [Disclosure: Engadget is part of the Time Warner family]

[Thanks, Len]

Time Warner Cable HD additions in Dallas, Texas -- effective March 27, 2008:

  • CNN HD
  • TBS HD
  • History Channel HD
  • Food Network HD
  • A&E HD
  • Discovery HD
  • Animal Planet HD
  • National Geographic HD
  • Versus / Golf HD
  • Fox Sports Southwest HD

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