Paul Bunyan Television Adds Big 10 Network
(Bemidji, MN) (August 31, 2012) – Paul Bunyan Communications announced today that the Big 10 Network (BTN) and BTN HD have been added to the Paul Bunyan Television (PBTV) service offering.
Big Ten Network delivers the storied traditions, heated rivalries, epic athletic events and passionate school spirit of the nation’s oldest college conference to loyal Big Ten fans and alumni across the nation and to sports fans everywhere.
The Big 10 Network is available to all PBTV main digital subscribers on channel 59 and BTN HD is available to all PBTV HD subscribers on channel 559. The channels will appear in the on-screen program guide within the next few days but customers can reset their set top boxes and they should appear.
“We’re very excited to provide the Big Ten Network in both standard and high definition for our subscribers. The timing is great with the start of the fall sports season upon us.” said Brian Bissonette, Paul Bunyan Communications Marketing Supervisor.
Paul Bunyan Television offers over 250 all digital networks, high definition service, PBTV On Demand, and Digital Video Recorder (DVR) service.
Paul Bunyan Communications has been offering the latest in communication services to Northern Minnesota since 1952. The services offered include local and long distance voice service, Internet services through Paul Bunyan Net, television service through Paul Bunyan Television, and more. Service availability depends upon location.
The Big 10 Network is a joint venture between the Big Ten Conference and Fox Networks, BTN is the first internationally distributed network dedicated to covering one of the premier collegiate conferences in the country. Events include football, men’s and women’s basketball games; dozens of Big Ten Championship events; studio shows; coaches’ shows; and classic games. The network televises and streams more Olympic sporting events and women’s sports than has ever been aired on any other network. The network is available to more than 80 million homes across the United States and Canada. For updated information on BTN, go to http://www.BTN.com.