TWC, Bright House and Mediacom expand TV Everywhere offerings

Time Warner Cable (NYSE: TWC), Bright House and Mediacom have expanded their TV Everywhere offerings to include more content for authenticated video subscribers.

TWC and Bright House announced they are adding content from Comcast (NASDAQ: CMCSA)-owned NBCUniversal's broadcast and cable networks including USA Network, Syfy, Telemundo, Bravo, Oxygen, CNBC, MSNBC, mun2, NBC Sports Network and Golf Channel. Local NBC and Telemundo stations will also be added to the package, available across multiple platforms and devices.

In an unrelated announcement, Mediacom said it was adding NFL Network and NFL RedZone to its platform, bringing its mobile channel offerings to 40 networks for authenticated video subscribers. The MSO also said it expects to add FOX Sports Go and other sports channels in the near future.

"Adding new channels to this service extends the value of a video subscription by giving customers more options to view their favorite programs when and where they want, whether that's the big screen in the living rooms or with the convenience of a mobile device," Mediacom Senior Vice President Ed Pardini told CornerStone Media.

For more:
- Time Warner Cable has this press release
- CornerStone Media has this story

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