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The loss of three networks on Comcast’s analog channel lineup is just the beginning of a push to get customers to subscribe to more enhanced, more expensive cable packages.
Last week, Comcast removed MSNBC, CSPAN2 and the TV Guide Channel from its analog package lineup.
The show, which is also available on demand in two- and four-minute increments, will add resale homes by the end of the month and expand its inventory of real estate across the state.
Comcast's Colorado Homes is the latest addition to the cable operator's local video-on-demand offerings, which started with Dating on Demand last year and will expand to showcase autos for sale and job listings in a few months.
Broadcasters will no longer be allowed to send programming via an analog signal.
The Comcast VIPER team in Denver took care of that.
Nationally, 65 percent of Comcast customers already subscribe to digital packages and 35 percent to analog, according to Scott Binder, senior vice president for Comcast Colorado.
Those percentages are nearly the same for Colorado’s 800,000 Comcast subscribers.
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BOSTON (CBS) — Every hopeless romantic’s favorite segment, “Dating on Demand,” is back.