Friday, November 03, 2006

Verizon TV in NJ

The New York Times:
A New Jersey telephone company, Verizon, sought approval yesterday to offer television in 316 communities. The company said its plan would include 2.1 million homes. Verizon hopes to begin offering the service in late December and have it available to 500,000 homes by March. The State Board of Public Utilities has 45 days to act. For $42.99 per month, Verizon proposes offering nearly 200 digital channels, more than 20 high-definition channels and a video library with 3,000 titles.