Current subscribers to cable television will be happy to hear that Time Warner Cable has just announced that they’re going to be adding a new channel to their current current television line-up – BBC World News. The recently completed deal between Time Warner and BBC allows another big expansion for this highly popular television channel, which is now able to reach more than 25 million homes in the United States alone. Time Warner customers who have at least a basic digital package can expect to receive the channel without automatically as soon as it takes effect after the first of the year.
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Time Warner Cable is extremely pleased to be a part of the team and plans to increase how many people it can reach as the long-established cable company does it’s best to give its customers the high-quality content they expect from their company. Come January, BBC will start to debut a few new drama’s, like Ripper Street, which is based on jack the Ripper and set in London, as well as the new innovative series Wild Things with Dominic Monaghan. Additionally, customers can expect to watch brand new episodes of Doctor Who, Copper, Luther, Top Gear, The Graham Norton Show, Being Human, The Thick of It, and more.
More and more people are watching news channels, which means there’s more of a focus on news-related television companies these days. “We are really pleased by the growing demand in the US for a global news network which is both non-partisan and non-sensational in approach,” said Jim Egan, the COO of BBC Global News. “BBC World News is about serious news; with on the ground reporting and analysis from different parts of the world and a mandate to inform and provide a balanced view. We know that audiences around the world value the channel’s distinctive world view and we are pleased that more US viewers now have access to it.”
Time Warner is extremely pleased in the new deal it made with BBC, as it is one of the most widely watched and credible channels on television that is able to offer watchers the most reliable news information available today.