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Verizon's FiOS TV expansions: October 18, 2008

Darren Murph

Don't anyone say that Verizon wasn't busy in the FiOS TV department this week, 'cause it absolutely was. For starters, the provider launched a new wave of interactive features for subscribers in Rhode Island, New York and Massachusetts, while four south-central Pennsylvania counties (Cumberland, Dauphin, Lebanon and York) were able to acquire the service for the first time. It was also busy bringing new slates of high-def channels to customers in California, Pittsburgh and Fort Wayne. Finally, two more towns in Massachusetts (Grafton and Weston) granted Verizon a cable franchise for future FiOS TV deployment. We'll see you next week -- here's to hoping your neck of the woods gets covered within the next seven days.

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