ORLANDO (WWJ) — Bright House Networks and CBS Corp. have reached an agreement that will return CBS programming to its customers.
Bright House CEO Steve Miron said Detroit-area customers would once again be able to receive WWJ-TV Channel 62 and metro Detroit’s CW affiliate, WKBD TV 50.
Showtime, TMC, Flix, and the Smithsonian channel were also unavailable during the blackout, as well as access to free video content on CBS.com.
“We certainly apologize to our customers for any inconvenience they experienced as a result of this dispute,” Miron said in a statement. “We thank our customers for remaining with us as well as their feedback, support and patience.”
Bright House Networks is the sixth largest owner and operator of cable systems in the United States, with 2.5 million customers in video, high-speed data, home security and automation and voice services in five states.
In Michigan, Bright House serves Farmington, Farmington Hills, Livonia, Novi, Northville and Redford Township.
For more information about Bright House Networks or our products and services, visit http://www.brighthouse.com.