Cox Launches High-Def Movies On Demand

The battle for digital TV subscribers in Northern Virginia continues.

Cox Communications Northern Virginia said it is boosting its inventory of high-definition offerings Friday when it launches HD movies on demand for digital cable subscribers in Fairfax and the Fredericksburg region.

New releases will cost $5.99 a pop. The company says it will offer "several" titles right away, with more on the way.

By Dan Beyers  |  July 5, 2007; 8:25 PM ET  | Category:  Telecommunications
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