Hopefully this means Fox will begin going in HD as well instead of the widescreen 480p BS. Heres the article, looks like cable will have it: Fox Sports Net is jumping into high-definition production with some of its local and regional sports coverage. Time Warner Cable will offer FSN games from Fox's 13 owned-and-operated regional sports networks as part of the MSO's latest free HDTV offerings. Along with Fox, Time Warner will carry Discovery HD Theater and In Demand's two upcoming HD channels. Time Warner will charge extra for In Demand, although it hasn't set pricing yet, since the service involves new channels. Since Fox and Discovery are part of existing services, those services will be offered free-of-charge. Time Warner already offers free HD programming from Showtime, Home Box Office and the seven broadcast networks. Fox Sports Net will concentrate its efforts in markets it shares with Time Warner, including Los Angeles; Minneapolis; Orlando, Fla.; Houston; and North Carolina. Fox will produce the games locally in high definition. Time Warner will likely offer the games on the In Demand channels, pre-empting In Demand programming. FSN in HD should arrive in the fourth quarter, in time for the start of the National Basketball Association and National Hockey League seasons. Discovery HD will be available later this summer, and the In Demand channels debut in September.