Verizon, Dish to have 150 HD channels

September 2008
CED;Sep2008, Vol. 34 Issue 9, p10
Trade Publication
The article announces that Dish Network Corp. will have 150 national high-definition (HD) channels by the end of 2008 in the U.S. Dish made such announcement as Verizon launched 100 HD channels in the New York metropolitan area which was the same day that Cablevision added 15 new HD channels. Dish claimed that it is the first in the industry to offer HD programming in 1080p which is similar to Blu-ray disc quality.


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