Bright House Makes HD Easier to Find

Sept. 17, 2015
Bright House Networks is now making its Auto HD feature is now available for all of its HD-supported video channels throughout its ...
Bright House Networks is now making its Auto HD feature is now available for all of its HD-supported video channels throughout its Florida service area. The Auto HD feature, which was previously available on a limited number of channels, is designed to help customers to find HD programming. The feature automatically displays the HD picture on the corresponding SD channel and is available on all HD-capable set-top boxes. Additionally, with the feature, HD-DVRs will automatically record programs in HD from the SD location in the channel lineup. Bright House offers more than 270 HD channels.
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