More HD in TX, AR, LA, and MO


Continuing its 2008 expansion of high-definition TV channels, Suddenlink has added FX HD, USA HD, and Sci Fi HD to its “HD Basic” package in a number of south-central U.S. communities, including Branson, Mo.; Mountain Home, Jonesboro, Russellville, Arkadelphia, and Heber Springs, Ark.; Bossier City, Alexandria, and Lake Charles, La.; Bryan/College Station, Tyler, Gladewater, Henderson, and Jacksonville, Texas — among others.




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Check here, and enter your zip code, to determine if Suddenlink HD service is available in your area.


  1. susan yoder says

    anything in our town of Jacksonville Texas 75766 for “video on demand” in the near future? i have it on my remote control but that’s it,lol, that is the video on demand button,i would love to purchase a package of it as soon as it is available in our city.

  2. SFYI Editor says

    Susan — Thanks for your note. Though I can’t say today when VOD might be available in your area, I will pass along your interest to our team, and we will certainly announce the availability of that service, as soon as its rolled out there.

  3. SFYI Editor says

    PK — I still don’t have a specific date, but am now told we hope to expand the Nacogdoches HD lineup in 2009. Technically, that’s consistent with the less-precise “in the not-too-distant future” remark I shared with you before. Then again, 2009 is probably more “distant” than either one of us assumed in our earlier exchange. As I told another commenter on another post, if we could expand line ups simultaneously, we would — but for many reasons, a staggered roll out is necessary. We appreciate your patience.