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Charter TV to offer more HD Channels on June 26

Adds 27 new HD channels in Henry

Charter is adding 27 new high-definition (HD) channels for customers with HD service throughout Henry County and surrounding communities on June 26, including Butts County, Lamar County, Clayton County, Monroe County and Rockdale County.

These additions are part of the evolution of Charter TV, which includes a growing number of HD channels and on-demand choices, a 3D experience, mobile apps that deliver digital channels on smart phones and tablets and online programming. 

“We want our customers to have the best television experience on all their screens,” said Matt Favre, Charter’s Vice President and General Manager for Georgia. “Today’s television experience extends far beyond the living room and onto a variety of connected devices. We’re committed to providing the highest quality video experience, more choice, greater reliability and additional value.”

In conjunction with the HD channel additions, nine channels will be digitized June 26, moving from an analog to a digital format. A Charter digital set top receiver is necessary for most digital channels to be viewed on a television, and an HDTV and a Charter HD receiver are necessary to view programming in high definition. Charter digital and HD set top receivers are available at local Charter sales and service locations.

To view recorded shows in HD, Charter customers with HD should reprogram their DVRs to include the recording of favorite programs using the new HD channels. Previously scheduled DVR recordings involving channels being digitized should not require DVR reprogramming.  

Prior to the transition period, customers will receive information regarding the 27 new HD channels and other channel changes, detailing the movement of channels from analog to digital. Information about channel locations is also available at www.charter.com/futureTV

More information about Charter products is available by visiting www.charter.com or calling 1-888-GET CHARTER (1-888-438-2427).