Click! Cable TV is the first cable network in the country to bring BBC America VOD programs to viewers in HD. The Tacoma-based network recently worked with BBC America to provide a better viewing experience for customers.
Past episodes of BBC America’s award winning show “Top Gear” will air January 26 and new season episodes will be available every Tuesday. Later this year, “Dr. Who” will replace “Top Gear.” Click! expects more programs to follow.
Click! has also added other popular programs, including eight new channels in HD: BBC America, Turner Classic Movies, CNN Headline News, TruTV, CBS College Sports, Big Ten Network, BET and KBTC. Additional new standard definition channels include: RetroPlex Movies, NASA, MHz and Create from PBS and four new channels that can’t be seen anywhere else include:
- KBTC-TV HD – Local PBS station based in Tacoma, now in high-definition
- ReelzChannel – Late night host wars getting you down? Tune into Johnny Carson, reviews from top movie critics and extended interviews with today’s top stars.
- MHz Worldview – Non-commercial, international programs in English or subtitled for globally-minded people
- NASA Kids – Non-commercial, educational programs specifically for showing students and teachers the wonders of earth and space.
Tacoma Power’s Click! Network is one of the nation’s largest municipally owned telecommunications systems. Click! provides competitive residential and business services, including cable television, high-speed data, Internet and broadband services, in the cities of Tacoma, University Place, Fircrest, Lakewood, Fife and portions of unincorporated Pierce County. Visit clickcabletv.com or call (253) 502-8900 for more information.