BlueHighways TV, an independent network offering original programs that explore the people, stories, traditions and music of America, launched today in Bright House Networks' Florida, Bakersfield, Birmingham and Indianapolis service areas in high definition and standard definition and will be available in Bright House's Detroit service area later in the month.
The launch is part of an expansion of family-friendly networks on Bright House. The cable company also newly launched BYUtv, FamilyNet, INSP, 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 thrilled to begin offering our BlueHighways TV's family-friendly programming to Bright House Networks' customers," Stan Hitchcock, founder and chairman of BlueHighways TV, said in a release. "Our original programming celebrates America's unique culture and spirit, and our popular award-winning series, Dry Creek is filmed on location in Bright House Networks' Tampa Bay area."