The state capital is Indianapolis. Indiana means "the land of Indians," and is known for sports teams and athletic events including the Indianapolis 500 motorsports race, the NFL's Indianapolis Colts and the NBA's Indiana Pacers. The state has a 41 miles waterfront on Lake Michigan, which produces iron, steel and oil products including automobile parts and accessories, mobile homes and recreational vehicles, truck and bus bodies, aircraft engines, farm machinery and fabricated structural steel. Indiana is an agricultural leader with corn, hogs, soybeans, wheat, oats, rye, tomatoes, onions and poultry at the top of their agricultural output.
State Capital: Indianapolis
Largest Cities: Indianapolis
Governor: Mitch Daniels
Signing up for Bright House Cable TV means more than just getting a wire plugged into the back of your TV. It means you’ll have access to FOX Sports Regional channels, so you can watch sports teams like the Indianapolis Pacers, Indianapolis Colts and the Indiana Hoosiers.
And for fans of other teams and other sports, they have a ton of great sports networks to choose from, including the Bright House Sports Network, ESPN, ESPNU, Golf Channel, MLB Network, NBA TV, SPEED and Versus.
With Bright House Digital TV, you don’t have to get your news a day late by reading local newspapers. Watch some of the most popular news programs on cable, with channels like CNBC, CNN, CNN Headline News, FOX News Channel, MSNBC and The Weather Channel.
And don’t forget about all of the local affiliates of major networks you'll get, like the ABC, CBS, FOX, and NBC channels.
And Bright House TV brings great entertainment to your television, with cable networks like Cartoon Network, Comedy Central, The Disney Channel, Disney XD, E! Entertainment Television, MTV, Nickelodeon and VH-1.
Bright House subscribers are also able to watch full length movies and TV shows at the Networks Video Store after buying or renting them through their computer. You can download thousands of different movies produced by some of the best cable networks and some of the biggest Hollywood studios.
With the large number of high schools, colleges and universities in the area, it’s obvious that education is important in the state colleges of Indiana. The area has thousands of college students, enrolled in colleges like Indiana University, Indiana State, Purdue, Notre Dame, Ball State, Butler University and Valparaiso University. With that many people interested in education, the choice selection of educational and informational channels with Bright House Digital TV are impressive, including channels like A&E, Animal Planet, Discovery Channel, Food Network, HGTV, History Channel, National Geographic Channel, OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network, Travel Channel, TLC (The Learning Channel) and truTV.
Movies are also important to the locals. Some of the non-premium cable movie channels include American Movie Classics (AMC), Independent Film Channel (IFC), Lifetime Movie Network, Turner Classic Movies and Sundance. Of course, there are always a ton of Bright House premium channels that users could subscribe to, including several versions of HBO, Cinemax, Showtime, Starz and The Movie Channel.
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