Bright House Networks Adds International Sports Channel
LIVONIA — Front row access to the world’s top soccer is now available on Bright House Networks.
The company announced today that it has launched beIn Sport, the international sports network that features live game action, news and analysis of the top leagues around the world.
BeIn Sport is available to at no additional cost to Bright House Networks’ Sports Pass customers on channel 578 (678 in HD).
BeIn Sport gives viewers first-row access to the world’s top soccer, including coverage of all the premier soccer leagues and tournaments from Europe and South America, including games from Spain’s La Liga, Italy’s Serie A, France’s Ligue 1, South American World Cup Qualifiers and Copa America 2015. The network will also carry the away games for the United States men’s national soccer team in the qualifying rounds of the 2014 World Cup.
The network’s soccer coverage will be anchored by two of the most respected voices in soccer — Phil Schoen and Ray Hudson. Since 1996, Schoen has served as the primary soccer announcer in the United States, calling the biggest matches in international leagues and domestic professional and college play for premier sports networks. Hudson, a retired professional soccer player and former coach, is considered one of the finest color commentators in the game today. The pair are often referred to as “best of the best in world football.”
More programming information is available at www.brighthouse.com.
Bright House Networks is the sixth largest owner and operator of cable systems in the U.S. In Michigan, Bright House serves Farmington, Farmington Hills, Livonia, Northville, Northville Township, Novi and Redford Township.