SEC Network To Debut On Brighthouse Networks Aug. 14
By Space Coast Daily // July 28, 2014
includes 45 sec football games for 2014 season
ABOVE VIDEO: Beginning August 14, Bright House Networks customers will be able to enjoy an all-access pass to the Southeastern Conference’s new national television station.
Just in time for college football season the SEC Network is now on Bright House Networks.
Beginning August 14, Bright House Networks customers will be able to enjoy an all-access pass to the most storied conference in college athletics.
The schools that make up the SEC are Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana State, Mississippi, Mississippi State, Missouri, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas A&M and Vanderbilt.
The SEC Network, a new national network from ESPN and the Southeastern Conference, delivers:
- 24/7 coverage of SEC sports
- 45 football games
- 100 men’s basketball games
- 60 women’s basketball games
- 75 baseball games
- 50 softball games
- Plus classic games, live events and original studio programming
The SEC Network will be available to all Bright House Networks customers in Central Florida who have Standard TV service and above, along with a digital box. Plus, customers can also enjoy all the action anytime, anywhere on most mobile devices and smartphones too.
“The SEC Network will be available to all Bright House Networks customers with standard TV packages and above,” spokesman Donald Forbes said. “Basically, if you have a cable box, you’re going to get it.”
Bright House, the second-largest able provider in Florida, will carry the new network on channels 54 and 1150, Forbes said.
The first football game on the network will be Texas A&M at South Carolina at 6 p.m. on Aug. 28.
For more information on the SEC Network, visit www.getsecnetwork.com.