Frankfort Plant Board (FPB) Cable customers can now watch the Turner family of networks on their smart phones, home computers and tablets - for free!
Turner Networks recently added their content to WatchTVEverywhere (WTVE) programming and FPB customers can download these free apps and watch live and pre-produced programming anywhere there’s an internet connection. Turner Networks include: TNT, TBS, TRU, CNN, Headline News (HLN), Cartoon Network and Adult Swim.
Available to FPB Classic Cable customers via computers, smartphones and tablets, CNN and HLN are live simulcasts of each cable network’s programming. FPB Cable-Telecom Superintendent John Higginbotham says being able to watch live news anywhere is a tremendous benefit to customers. “Today’s world of constant updates and the 24 hour news cycle has previously been limited to websites and Twitter. Now FPB Classic Cable customers can watch the news unfold from anywhere on three separate news networks.” CNN and HLN join FOX News on the FPB WTVE lineup.
Other Turner TVE programming features shows like, TNT’s “Southland”, TBS’s “The Big Bang Theory” , Cartoon Network’s “Ben 10”, TRU TV’s “World’s Dumbest” and Adult Swim which is known for animated shows like “Family Guy”.
“We are excited the Turner family of networks has agreed to begin offering their programming to our customers via WatchTVEverywhere. We hope other programmers, who have been hesitant to allow us to provide their TVE content, will see the benefit of offering TVE programming to FPB and soon follow suit,” said Higginbotham.
Higginbotham knows customers have a desire for “everywhere” programming and plans on adding more TVE options in the near future. “As we finalize contract renegotiations with our various programmers and networks, more and more TVE products will be available in the coming weeks and months.”
FPB Cable customers can log on to www.watchTVeverywhere.com, select the Frankfort Plant Board as their provider, download the free apps and have programming from these networks at their fingertips at no charge. New WTVE users can visit www.fpb.cc for more information on how to register their accounts.