10.28.2004 08:00 AM
Comcast delivers KDAF-HD to Dallas viewers

Comcast is expanding its current HDTV lineup in the Dallas market with the addition of WB affiliate KDAF-TV/KDAF-DT’s high definition signal.

KDAF-HD television programs are now available to nearly half a million homes within Comcast's service area on Comcast Cable channel 214 or 657. The service is available to customers in the Dallas area who have an HDTV-ready television set that uses an HD-enabled digital cable box, provided by Comcast.

Comcast carries 14 HD channels, including WFAA-TV (ABC), KTVT-TV (CBS), KXAS-TV (NBC) and KERA (PBS).

For more information, visit: www.comcast.com.

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