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Broadband provider Virgin Media has announced that the Sci Fi HD channel has been added to its TV packages.

The company has agreed a deal with Universal Networks International to make the channel, which will be rebranding to become Syfy HD on April 13th, available to its subscribers.

A range of classic TV content including Legend of the Seeker and Buffy the Vampire Slayer is available on the channel, alongside new shows such as Human Target and the revamped version of V.

Cindy Rose, Executive Director of Digital Entertainment at Virgin Media, said the firm is excited about the launch of the channel.

She added: "We are continuing to add more HD channels to our growing line-up, all of which are all available to our XL TV customers for no extra monthly fee."

ITV1 HD will also join Virgin Media's line-up of digital TV channels at the start of April.

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