INSP said it added more than 1 million new households as a result of launches on Bright House Networks systems in Florida, Alabama, Michigan and California.
As previously reported, Bright House is launching several family-oriented channels today. Others launching are BYUtv, FamilyNet, Blue Highways, GAC, Jewish Life, NASA TV and The Pentagon Channel. For more about BHN’s family programming, see this link: http://brighthouse.com/corporate/familyprogramming.
“We are delighted that Bright House Networks subscribers can now join INSP’s growing and loyal audience,” Mark Kang, SVP of Worldwide Distribution for INSP, said in a release. “Millions of viewers continue to desire values-based programming and inspiring stories. We are grateful for the opportunity to introduce INSP’s family fare to new households across America.”
As of today (June 10), California: Channel 446; Alabama: Channel 252; Indianapolis: Channel 252; Florida (Tampa Bay and Central Florida): Channels 227 and 196. The network will launch in Bright House Networks’ Michigan service area on channel 175 later in the month.
The Inspiration Networks outlet is available in more than 76 million households across the U.S. via cable and satellite TV.
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