Charter Communications has launched RFD-TV on all its Michigan cable systems, officials said Thursday.
RFD-TV targets rural America with a variety of original programs including Imus in the Morning, Crook & Chase, the newly acquired Hee Haw and The Marty Stewart Show.
“We are thrilled that Charter Communications has added RFD-TV to its lineup,” said Jon Scaro director of affiliate sales and marketing Midwest Division for RFD-TV, “Once again, Charter has proven why it is a leader in providing its customers networks that represent their lifestyle and viewing desires.”
Over the past year, Charter has invested over $1 billion in capital to serve its customers, including millions in Michigan to upgrade its networks. Charter is committed to investing in its communities to make them strong, and providing value to all its customers by offering high-quality products and services backed up by superior customer care.