Bright House Updates Multiscreen App

Bright House Networks has launched new interactive features and channels for its Bright House TV (BHTV) App. The app, which allows viewers to watch live streaming TV anywhere within their homes on iOS and select Android devices, now features a new Interactive Program Guide (IPG) and the ability to to remotely schedule and manage their DVR recordings.

The app features more than 100 channels of programming. Channels available on the app are based on the channels the customers currently receive as part of their Bright House Networks TV service.

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