The Comcast TiVo service currently offered on Motorola hardware in New England looks to be headed towards Chicago early next year, though it may still be a bit rough around the edges. From Comcast’s earnings call earlier today:
We are rolling out TiVo beyond the Boston market test, where things are going quite well and we are going to be introducing other cities, probably starting with Chicago in the first quarter next year.
Independently, I’ve also heard rumors of a possible Denver launch as one of the initial sites. And, incidentally, both Chicago and Denver are the markets where Comcast launched their Tru2way platform.