A Simple Goal
Broadstripe provides cable television service with one simple goal: to offer every customer the very best TV experience possible. That means delivering all the shows you enjoy at a value that makes sense to your family. Big programming networks that supply those shows to Broadstripe often have other priorities.
What’s the Problem?
Today, just six multi-billion-dollar corporations own or control about 90% of existing TV networks and their programs. These big media conglomerates often wield their tremendous power to entitle themselves at your family’s expense. Many of these network owners also happen to be cable operators and they’re among Broadstripe’s competitors.
At times, their interests may not be in line with yours. They may demand fee increases that are double, triple, or even more for the same programs and experience. Other cable and satellite companies are faced with the same challenges. And when Broadstripe or other video providers try to defend you, networks often threaten to stop providing their content. In many cases across the country, they have walked away – permanently, or until their demands are met.
On Your Side
Broadstripe has no conflicting interests or ownership connections with any programmers. We focus exclusively on what’s best for our customers. That’s why we do everything possible to convince network owners to keep their prices reasonable.
Broadstripe is not a monopoly. We know you have other cable providers to choose from and we appreciate your choosing us.
Recent Programming Updates
11/23/18 Velocity rebrands to MotorTrend. Velocity, the #1 media destination for auto enthusiasts, will become MotorTrend on November 23, 2018. MotorTrend reveals the people and the stories behind the machines, and takes you for an epic ride. From the makers to the menders, the drivers and the dreamers, everyone has a car story and no matter what you’re looking for, with MotorTrend, it’s Always Moving.
11/06/18 Addition of Stadium network. Broadstripe is pleased to announce the addition of Stadium to our channel lineup. Stadium (WBFF4) is the ultimate destination for the modern day sports fan, providing world-class sports content every day of the year. Stadium is available on Digital Basic channel 169.
11/01/18 GOCare updated Terms and Conditions . Our GOCare text messaging service Terms and Conditions have changed. Please visit https://broadstripe.com/policies-information to review the revised Terms and Conditions.
10/29/18 GOD TV is no longer available. The carrier of GOD TV dropped the network from their Faith and Family suite of networks. As a result, GOD TV is no longer available on the Broadstripe channel lineup.
01/18/18 Spike rebrands to Paramount Network. Effective January 18, 2018 at 9:00am EST, Spike (Expanded Basic channel 42) will be rebranded to Paramount Network.
12/28/17 Addition of Newsy and FXM. Broadstripe is pleaseed to announce the addition of Newsy and FXM to our channel lineup. Newsy can be found on Digital Basic channel 139 and HD channel 469. Newsy is a next-generation national news network. It’s best know for its daily news coverage and original storytelling. FXM is on Digital Basic channel 112. FMX’s programming consists largely of more recent and classic films.
9/30/17 Important Information for Broadstripe customers: WUSA has announced that they will cease broadcasting Bounce TV, effective on or after September 30, 2017. Therefore, as of that same date, Bounce TV (WUSA) will no longer be available on Broadstripe Cable.
9/09/17 Sprout rebrands to Universal Kids. Effective September 9, 2017, Sprout will rebrand to Universal Kids. Universal Kids will feature a 15-hour Sprout-branded block of preschool programming daily (3:00am to 6:00pm) before rolling into the older kids and families programming block at 6:00pm. Among the new shows slated for the Sprout block include Kody Kapow, which joins series Floogals, Dot., Nina’s World and Noddy Toyland Detective from DreamWorks Animation Television.
9/01/17 Olympic Channel to Replace Chiller. Effective on or about September 1, 2017, Broadstripe will replace Chiller, currently available on Digital Basic channel 109, with the Olympic Channel.