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March 5, 2009 at 2:50 PM

FSN announces full-time HD feed

Good news for those of you wanting to see all your Pac-10 games in HD.
FSN has announced today that the network is now broadcasting a full-time high definition feed, delivering more than 300 events per year featuring the Seattle Mariners, Washington Huskies, Washington State Cougars, Oregon State Beavers, Gonzaga Bulldogs and more. The announcement was made by Liberty Sports Group, parent company of FSN Northwest, who has also transitioned its other networks including FSN Pittsburgh and FSN Rocky Mountain (and sub-region FSN Utah) to full-time HD.
According to the press release, FSN Northwest is offering its FSN HD feed to all cable and satellite distribution partners in the region to ensure that as many fans as possible receive the network’s complete HD offering. FSN Northwest has already worked with many local cable operators to secure technology that would enable what was a part-time, event-based HD channel to transition to an around-the-clock high definition programming viewing experience. FSN Northwest will continue to work with the region’s other cable and satellite operators to secure FSN HD distribution in their service areas.
According to the press release, the following cable and satellite operators have already launched FSN HD in the Northwest on the following channels:
Affiliate HD Channel
Bend Broadband 620
Broadstripe 737/733
Canby Telephone Association 729
Charter 774
Click! 519
Comcast Oregon 788/734
Comcast Washington 627
Comspan Bandon 336
Crestview 626
DIRECTV 687
GCI 658
Hood Canal 130
LocalTel 554
Minet 710
Northland 453
R&R Cable 224
Rainier 510
Time Warner 726/799
Verizon FiOS 76
Wave 246/130/125
*Comcast Oregon will transition all customers from 664 to 734 on a rolling schedule over the next several months

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