Bright House Network reaches agreement with CBS
CBS programming to be restored with 24 hours
ORLANDO, Fla. – CBS programming will return to its customers within the next 24 hours after they reached an agreement with Bright House Network, according to a press release by Bright House Networks.
Bright House Networks Chief Executive Officer Steve Miron, made the following statement:
"We're pleased to be able to restore CBS-owned programming including Showtime, TMC, Flix, Smithsonian and the broadcast stations: WWJ (CBS) and WKBD (The CW) in Detroit, WTOG (The CW) in Tampa, and KCAL in Bakersfield to our customers. We certainly apologize to our customers for any inconvenience they experienced as a result of this dispute. The goal was to hold down rising costs as best as we can and retain our ability to deliver a great experience and value for our customers. We thank our customers for remaining with us as well as their feedback, support and patience. "
Bright House Netwrk is the sixth largest owner and operator of cable systems in the U.S. and the second largest in Florida.
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