INSP gains 140,000 new subs through NCTC members
Family entertainment network INSP has added more than 140,000 new subscribers on multiple National Cable Television Cooperative (NCTC) systems across the country.
In April INSP, which is available nationwide via cable, satellite DBS and telcos, reached a multi-year renewal agreement with Time Warner Cable.
“INSP continues to experience steady growth, thanks to great partners like National Cable Television Cooperative and its members. Our affiliates and their subscribers appreciate the value wholesome entertainment brings to the entire family,” said Mark Kang, senior vice president of distribution for INSP. “The expansion comes at a great time as INSP will soon air the network’s first original series, which we are sure that our new viewers will enjoy greatly.”
Recent MSOs that have added INSP include: Telepex, Pulaski, Parish Communications, Halstead Telephone Company, Fibercast Cable, Farmers Mutual, Otelco, Mid-Rivers, Bevcomm, Pine Island Telephone, Argent Communications, Bailey Cable, Wikstrom, South Central Utah, Northeast Iowa, Vyve, Armstrong, Cherokee, Cablevision, Midlandsnet, Consolidated Cable Vision, NK Telco, and Shenandoah Cable.