New Cox Guide Offers Recommendations

Cox Communications has announced enhancements to its premium TV product, Cox Advanced TV Plus, with an upgrade to the Trio Program Guide. The enhanced guide is designed to allow customers to receive personal recommendations for up to eight users in a household, pause live TV from any TV in the whole-home DVR network, and navigate TV listings faster and more easily.

The updated Trio Program Guide, developed in collaboration with ThinkAnalytics, debuted in select Cox markets in late November and is expected to be deployed to Cox's entire footprint by the end of this month. The upgrade is free to existing Cox Advanced TV Plus customers.

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