Bright House

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Bright House - Businesses
... Bright House Networks, a cable television provider BrightHouse (retailer), a UK retailer BrightHouse, an Atlanta-based ideation and marketing consultancy ...
Bay News 9 - History
... Vice President of Local Programming for Bright House Networks Elliott Wiser came from Seattle to create the station ... He also created a 24-hour sports channel called Catch 47 (later renamed Bright House Sports Network) and has since turned the local Spanish channel into a regional network called InfoMás. 2008, Jen Holloway left the station to join the parent company, Bright House Networks as a marketing spokesperson ...
Alumni House (College Of William & Mary)
... The Alumni House, formerly known as the Bright House, is a 19th-century building located on The College of William Mary’s campus in the middle of historic Williamsburg, Virginia ... Original parts of the house were thought to date back to 1871 ... of the campus, however, revealed that the Alumni House is an antebellum structure ...
Bright House Sports Network
... Bright House Sports Network is a 24-hour regional sports network in the Tampa Bay and Central Florida areas ... Tampa Bay region in 2004, and is owned by Bright House Networks, seen exclusively on their systems on cable TV channel 47 ...
Bright House Networks Open
... The Bright House Networks Open was an annual golf tournament for professional women golfers on the FUTURES Tour, the LPGA's developmental tour ... The most recent title sponsor was Bright House Networks, a cable television and digital services provider with headquarters in Syracuse, New York ... Charities benefiting from the Bright House Networks Open included the The First Tee of Lakeland ...

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