Thursday, December 07, 2000

Two more cable channels offered

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Starting Friday, Northern Kentucky's cable viewers will have two more channels to choose from.

        Insight Communications is offering the Food Network, the nation's only 24-hour cable television network dedicted to entertaining, fine dining and other food-related topics, on Channel 69.

        On Channel 70, the region's cable provider will feature Univision, a full range of Spanish-language programming including news, movies, sporting events and comedy, variety and children's shows.


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- Two more cable channels offered
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