12.18.2003 12:00 AM
Time Warner Cable To Carry HDNet
Time Warner Cable has agreed to carry HDNet and HDNet Movies in its HD programming lineup. The two channels will accompany In Demand's two INHD channels on a high-definition destination tier, and will be available to Time Warner Cable HD customers at an incremental retail cost.

Time Warner Cable is trying to increase its HD programming lineup by expanding the number of HD channels with standard-definition counterparts already being offered, and by adding premium HD services.


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