Antietam Cable Television changed its name to Antietam Broadband to better reflect the company’s focus on new technologies and the importance of broadband to its residential and commercial customers.
âOur customers need and depend on fast Internet access,â Antietam President Brian Lynch said in a press release. “The new name, Antietam Broadband, reflects the way our customers use our products and services today.”
Antietam has served the residents of Washington County for over 50 years and is known for its innovation, commitment to customer service and its team of dedicated employees.
“None of this will change.” Lynch said.
Customers will see new logos on vehicles and marketing materials, he said.
There will be no change to the courier during the rebranding process.
The rebranding underscores Antietam’s commitment to continue to provide exceptional voice, video and broadband services to Washington County, Lynch said.
“We are here to meet the needs of our customers … now and for the future,” he said. “Antietam will continue to evolve as technology evolves. We have the people, products and services to serve the community for years to come.”
In 2015-16, Antietam recognized a change in business and began to expand its capital investment in broadband by developing FlightGigabit, the first privately funded 1 gigabyte ultra-high-speed fiber network in Maryland. .
âThis is yet another example of Antietam’s continued evolution, not only for the company, but for Washington County, positioning the county as a technology hub in the region,â said Paul Frey. , general manager and president of Hagerstown-Washington County. Chamber of Commerce.
The company was founded in 1966 and celebrated 50 years of service to Washington County in 2016.
Purchased by Schurz Communications Inc. in 1968, Antietam provides digital television, high-speed Internet and digital telephone services to residents and businesses.
Antietam is a sister company of Herald-Mail Media, which is also owned by Schurz Communications.