Feel like relaxing with a movie? We’ve got thousands of Classic and New Release titles ready whenever you are. So no more expensive trips to the movie theater, having to find a Redbox, or waiting for Netflix in the mail. Plus, you can watch new releases up to 28 days before they’re available on Redbox or Netflix! And it’s all made simple through our easy-to-use programming guide, which places a world of entertainment options right at your fingertips.
When it comes to premium channels, we’ve got you covered. With over 30 premium channels you’ve got access to thousands of movies and original programming, all at the push of a button. You’re going to need a better couch.
From college to the pros, it’s all right here. Whether you’re looking for football, basketball, baseball, golf, or soccer, it’s always game time with us. Now, with the SEC Network, our Sports & Info Package has just what you need to keep you in the action. Get your popcorn ready.
With high definition programming from Cameron Communications, you can finally watch TV the way it was meant to be seen. Spoil your senses with a brilliant picture and digital sound. You’ll never look at TV the same way again.
The Broadcast Station Charge included in your Digital Cable bill reflects the current charge levied by the owners of the broadcast TV Stations, your local ABC, CBS, FOX NBC, etc. Unlike Network TV stations, such as CNN, HGTV, USA, broadcast TV stations distribute their signals over the air, using free spectrum granted to them by the federal government. However, the broadcast TV station are allowed by the government to charge cable TV providers for the retransmission of their signals. Cable TV providers must obtain permission from each broadcast station before they can carry the channel on their cable systems. Permission to carry broadcast channels is granted only when the cable TV provider agrees to pay the stations whatever fee they demand. In some markets, broadcast TV station have forced cable TV providers to drop channels if they do not agree to pay the Broadcast Station Charge. It’s all part of a process known as “retransmission consent”. We pledge not to collect more for this charge than we pay owners of broadcast TV stations. In some cases, we actually absorb a portion of these costs on behalf of our customers.