SureWest to include HDNet, HDNet Movies in HDTV service

Wednesday 7 December 2005 | 17:56 CET | News
Independent telecommunications holding company SureWest Communications has announced that high-definition networks HDNet and HDNet Movies are part of its HDTV service set to launch this year. SureWest is currently finalising its beta testing as it prepares to become the first company in the US to offer HDTV commercially over its IP-based, FTTP network. The HDNet and HDNet Movies networks will cover the Sacramento region. HDNet and HDNet Movies broadcast a range of news, sports, music and entertainment programming, all in 1080i high-definition format, with a widescreen 16 x 9 aspect ratio and

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite
Companies: SureWest Communications
Countries: United States
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