LIVONIA — Do you love your iPad? And Bright House Networks’ TV programming? Bright House Networks customers can now enjoy their iPad and TV both, at the same time, with the new Bright House TV App for the iPad.

The Bright House  TV App, available for download to Bright House Networks customers at no additional charge, allows customers watch live TV on their iPad in any room of their home.

With the new TV app, viewers can easily flip through the channel listings and watch what’s currently on with just a slide and tap of the fingertip. Viewers can enjoy dozens of channels on a variety of programming networks.

“The new Bright House TV App turns your iPad into the world’s coolest hand-held TV,” said Robert McCann, President, Bright House Networks, Detroit Division.  “Now Bright House Networks customers can move throughout their home, and not miss a single minute of their favorite shows.”

To utilize the iPad app, Bright House Networks customers need to simply download the app from Apples iTunes store. Once the app is downloaded, viewers can access Bright House TV directly from the iPad’s touchscreen by tapping the icon and entering their Bright House Networks username and password. The channels available for view on the iPad are based on the channel lineup currently available with a customer’s Bright House Networks TV service.

In addition to having an iPad, customers must have a High Speed Internet connection and a wireless router to use the Bright House TV App. The app will be available at no additional charge to Bright House Networks customers who subscribe to Digital Basic or higher service.

Bright House Networks digital customers also enjoy a variety of popular and Interactive television features, including Start Over, Look Back, Remote DVR Manager, and a multi-room DVR that allows customers to record and view in any room of their house via one main DVR.

More information about the new iPad TV app and other services from Bright House Networks is available at

Bright House Networks is the sixth largest owner and operator of cable systems in the United States with more than 2.4 million customers for video, data and voice. In southeast Michigan, it serves Farmington, Farmington Hills, Livonia, Novi, Northville and Redford Township.

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Comments (3)
  1. BobKreiling says:

    How do I find my user name

  2. tom says:

    no local channels?

  3. BHNtechXpert says:

    Bob your username is your BHN MyServices username. If you haven’t registered for a MyServices account visit and click on MyServices.

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