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Texas TV All Digital

Charter TV in Texas is going 100% digital!  All analog broadcast channels will be removed and only the HD & Digital versions of the channels will be available on a rolling schedule each week.  All affected TVs will need Charter-issued digital equipment to view all channels in your lineup.

TVs without Charter-issued digital equipment will lose access to Charter TV. If you already have Charter-issued digital equipment (receiver or CableCARD) on all of your TVs, you don't need to do anything for the all-digital upgrade. However, if you have TVs that are connected directly to Charter service without digital equipment, you will lose access to Charter on those TVs.


TV Viewing Benefits

This upgrade will improve your picture and sound quality, enabling Charter to offer you more HD channels and future enhancements such as more On Demand choices. You will experience better picture and sound quality, over 140 HD channels, over 12,000 On Demand choices with 2,500+ HD On Demand titles, including movies in 3D and downloadable mobile channel apps.

Channel Lineup

Current Lineups

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After Texas TV All Digital


Channel Lineup - Alphabetical

Channel Lineup - Numerical


Channel Lineup - Alphabetical

Channel Lineup - Numerical

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All Digital Schedules

Schedule by town name:

Azle - Parker County - April 9th Haltom City - April 23rd Saginaw - April 30th
Azle - Tarrant County - April 9th Highland Park - June 11th Sanctuary - April 9th
Benbrook - May 14th Hood County (Granbury) - April 9th Sansom Park - June 4th
Blue Mound - April 30th Hurst - April 23rd Sendera Ranch - June 4th
Burleson - May 28th Keller - April 16th Somervell County
(Glen Rose) - April 9th
Cleburne - April 2nd Kennedale - May 21st Southlake - April 16th
Crowley - May 28th Lake Worth - April 30th Tarrant County - June 4th
De Cordova Bend Estates - April 9th Lakeside - April 9th Trophy Club - April 16th
Edgecliff Village - May 28th Mansfield - May 21st University Park - June 11th
Everman - May 28th N.A.S.
Carswell Joint
Reserve Base - June 4th
Watauga - April 16th
Forest Hill - May 21st North Richland Hills - April 23rd Weatherford - April 2nd
Fort Worth-Keller Haslet - April 16th Northlake - April 16th Westlake - April 16th
Glen Rose - April 9th Oak Trail Shores - April 9th Westover Hills - June 4th
Granbury - April 9th Parker County - April 2nd Westworth Village - June 4th
  Richland Hills - May 7th White Settlement - May 14th
  River Oaks - June 4th  
  Roanoke - April 16th  

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How To Prepare

Simply add Charter-issued digital equipment (receiver or CableCARD) to each TV in your home to experience better picture and sound quality, more On Demand choices and more HD channels.

Request your Charter-issued digital equipment today using one of the options below:

Stop by a Charter Store to pick up a self installation kit. Click here for information on installing Charter TV equipment.

Activating your Charter-issued digital equipment

After you have connected your Charter digital set-top box  to your TV, you will need to activate it to complete the installation. If you have received more than one digital set-top box, please connect all of your new digital set-top boxes to the appropriate TVs before calling Charter. All digital set-top boxes will be activated at the same time.

To activate your set-top box simply follow the steps below:

  1. Call 877-764-4054
  2. You will then be guided through the activation steps
  3. Typically you will be able to watch your favorite television stations within 10 minutes of activation while your guide continues to load. In rare instances it may take up to 45 minutes to activate your set-top box.

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