September 13, 2013 - Globe, AZ
- Cable ONE is excited to announce the transition to an all new, all digital platform in the Globe/Miami area.
"The addition of more than 25 new high definition channels, even better picture quality, and faster Internet speeds will unlock a gateway of new entertainment options for our customers,” said Cable ONE General Manager Stephen Brideau. “In addition to more HD channels, many new channels will be launched in early January after the completion of the All Digital transition, including AMC, Travel Channel, Hallmark Movie Channel, CBS Sports Network, Independent Film Channel, and Sundance Channel."
The transition to All Digital will include the introduction of a new channel lineup, which will be implemented in phases. All customers with a Motorola set top box or CableCARD will see the new lineup October 1 - 4. Customers without a set top box or CableCARD will not see the new lineup until they connect a new All Digital Device to their TV. Cable ONE will begin rolling out the new All Digital Devices on October 15.
Customers will receive a new channel guide in the mail and the lineup will also be published in the September 25th edition of the Copper Country News and the Arizona Silverbelt. In the new lineup, similar type programming will be grouped together, making it easier to find programming categories such as news, sports and children’s programming.
"We’re excited about this transition to an All Digital platform and all of the positive benefits our customers will experience as a result," Brideau said.
For more information about the new channel lineup, customers can access www.cableone.net/lineupchange. For questions regarding the All Digital transition, customers can call 928-425-3161.
About Cable ONE
Serving 730,000 customers in 19 states with high speed Internet, cable television, and telephone service, Cable ONE provides consumers a wide range of the latest products and services, including wireless Internet service, High-Definition programming, and phone service with free, unlimited long distance calling in the continental U.S.
Trish Niemann, Cable ONE Public Relations Manager