KPIX San Francisco became the latest station to introduce HD local-news programming to viewers.
The CBS owned-and-operated station began broadcasting Eye on the Bay in HD in May, and it added 27-and-one-half hours of weekly news product this week.
KPIX’s HD newscasts are available over the air and via Comcast, DirecTV and Dish Network.
The station took in $100.5 million in 2006, according to BIA Financial. In mid-January, Cox Broadcasting-owned rival KTVU added HD news on sister station KICU.
Earlier this week, NBC O&O WMAQ Chicago added HD news, as well.
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