HD Line Ups Expanded

Consistent with Suddenlink’s commitment to continue enhancing its high-definition (HD) service, three or more HD networks were added to each of the channel line ups in 33 Suddenlink-served communities in the last several weeks, including …

    Kansas: Paola, Spring Hill

    Texas: Gainesville, Whitesboro, Georgetown, Pflugerville, Leander, Mineral Wells

    Arkansas: Arkadelphia, Batesville, El Dorado, Heber Springs, Hot Springs, Jonesboro, Magnolia, Malvern, Mt. Home, Newport, Pocahontas, Russellville, Clarksville, Morrilton

    Louisiana: Alexandria, Bastrop, Bossier City, DeRidder, Lake Charles, Minden, Natchitoches, Sulphur

    Missouri: Branson, Nixa, Ozark



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  1. lokey says

    Looks like Suddenlink is adding HD channels to most of its customer base, but that begs the questions of why are there no new HD channels for West Virginia?

    The HD lineup here in Charleston has been basically stagnant for a few years, while DirectTV is offering over 100 channels for a comparable price to the 20 Suddenlink offers.

    How about at least Fox Sports Pittsburgh HD and some of the kids channels?

    Why is Suddenlink able to provide some HD channels in one market but not another? That makes no sense to me.

    And finally, how about a deal with NFL network – other major cable providers have done it.

    • FYI Editor says

      Yes. Across our company, we continue to invest in opportunities to expand the quantity and quality of service offerings and will announce local plans as they are confirmed.

  2. Rich Hively says

    Only 26 HD channels as of today in the St. Albans-Nitro area of West Virginia. That’s poor . . . especially with DirecTVs offering of over 100 HD channels. Makes me want to switch . . .

    • FYI Editor says

      We are in the midst of a major capital investment plan that will ultimately give us the capability for up to 200 HD channels in most areas.