It is officially the first day of summer! While you are busy enjoying the beautiful weather, or taking trips with family, don’t think you have to miss out on your favorite shows. Catch them all on your wireless devices with WatchTVEverywhere from Great Plains Communications. If you are a cable customer of ours and have access to an Internet connection, you can view Food Network, HGTV, ESPN and much more through your Roku, laptop, tablet, mobile phone and more.
The first step to getting your WatchTVEverywhere account is to register. You will need to go to www.watchtveverywhere.com and do the following:
Select Great Plains Communications from the list of TV providers in the drop-down menu and click on Submit
Click on “Register”
You will need two pieces of information to register: your account number and the correct spelling of the last name on the account.
You will then be asked to:
Provide a valid email address. This will be your user name.
Provide a password
Select a password reset question
Supply the answer to the password reset question
Click on Register
Check the email address you just provided. You will find an email message with your WatchTVEverywhere activation link. Click on the link to complete the registration process
You are done and can begin to enjoy your favorite channels!
If you have any questions regarding your Great Plains Communications cable service or accessing WatchTVEverywhere, please call our Customer Response Center at 1-855-853-1483.
Opening day is finally within reach, as thousands of people prepare to enter TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha, NE for the NCAA College World Series (CWS), which runs June 16 through June 26. Opening Ceremonies will be tomorrow night, with a parade of teams marching from Creighton University to the stadium at 8:30 PM, and Olympic style team introductions from 8:45 – 10:00 PM CT. From there, the action will start Saturday with Game 1 at 2 PM CT between Oregon State vs. North Carolina airing on ESPN. For a full event schedule, click here for the NCAA website.
Catch all the CWS excitement with Great Plains Communications cable TV service. If you currently aren’t a subscriber, you can call our Customer Response Center at 1-855-853-1483 to find out what we offer in your area.
Pick your teams, fill out your brackets and let’s play ball!
It’s the week before Father’s Day and Great Plains Communications is looking to the grill and Food Network to celebrate dad. Maybe your family is planning to go camping or your dad loves spending the summer evenings out back with a beer and his barbecue. Whatever the case, we found some delicious recipes from breakfast to dessert, that the family can gather around to honor dad.
Grilled Breakfast – Get Up and Get Grilling
Fried eggs to French toast skewers, don’t think grilling is just for lunch and dinner. Take breakfast or brunch outdoors before it gets too hot and enjoy these morning “outside the cereal box” recipes.
Sweet and Spicy Chili-Lime Flank Steak
The balance in this rub will have your taste buds dancing. The smokiness of the cumin pairs beautifully with the sweet robust brown sugar and is balanced by the lime. Don’t forget to cut against the grain when slicing for a tender bite of steak.
Grilled Banana Split
Finish out the day by the grill or even fire pit and let everyone create their own grilled banana split masterpiece. The banana will become caramelized from the heat of the fire, melding with the chocolate chips and finish it off with your favorite ice cream, and of course sprinkles.
Great Plains Communications employees get in the fun of supporting Red Nose Day.
It’s Red Nose Day! Not sure what that is? You may have noticed red noses being sold at your local Walgreens store or maybe you saw a few celebrities sporting a big red nose in commercials. The nose is a simple yet powerful symbol representing the cause of the day, which is to fight childhood poverty. While the first Red Nose Day was back in 1988, it wasn’t brought to the United States until 2015. According to the Red Nose Day website, in that short amount of time the program has been active here in the U.S., they have raised $100 million and helped around 8.3 million children. This money goes toward programs that do three things, keep kids safe, healthy, and educated. Right here in America, 21% of children live in poverty. To find more information and to meet some of the faces of these children behind the statistics, visit the Red Nose Day website here.
NBC plays a large part in Red Nose Day through their star studded special hosted by Chris Hardwick tonight at 9 p.m. CT. Celebrities from music, comedy, film, and television will all unite to celebrate all the good that has been done and continue to raise even more money for children in need. Some of the familiar faces you can expect to see include: Jack Black, Kristen Bell, Julia Roberts, Jennifer Garner, Kelly Clarkson, Ed Sheeran, Tony Hale, and many more.
We are in for a heatwave this Memorial Day weekend and what better way to celebrate than throwing some food on the grill and enjoying it with family and friends. Great Plains Communications has looked to our cable channel, Food Network for some of our favorite grilling tips.
How to Set Up a Charcoal Grill Like a Pro
First things first, you have to get your grill set up. Not everybody has a gas grill, or maybe you will be out at a campsite and will be using the stationary charcoal grill provided. Don’t fret, we have you covered from what charcoal to choose and the easiest way to get the coals lit.
How to Grill Steak for Beginners
Steak can be expensive, so you may be a little nervous about messing it up on the grill or overcooking it. These tips will help you decide what kind of steak to buy, how to prep it, and much more.
How to Grill Salmon Steaks and Fillets
Maybe you are getting tired of grilling burgers and steaks. Salmon is a good alternative and lends well to the grill. Learn what cut of salmon, how to season, and how long you should cook it in the video below.
Forget flowers and chocolates this Mother’s Day. Great Plains Communications has looked to our cable channel, HGTV and found some of our favorite gifts you can make at home that add a personal touch.
DIY Watercolor Silhouette
Get the little ones involved with this one! Take a silhouette picture of each child and let them do their own watercolor painting. Then with just a few more steps you will have beautiful art that mom will cherish.
2 Ways to Display Family Recipes
Is your mom a great cook? Maybe she has recipes that have been passed down for generations. Both of these gift ideas are simple, yet beautiful ways to honor those memories she holds dear through the recipes.
DIY Bathtub Caddy with Wine Glass Holder
Give the gift of relaxation through a stylish and homemade bathtub caddy. This is the perfect gift for the mom who likes to sit back in some bubbles with a good book and glass of wine. With only a few pieces needed and the freedom to customize it to your family member, this gift could be put together in no time.
DIY Sugar Scrubs
Going along with the spa and relaxation theme, these sugar scrubs are a super easy gift for all the moms in your life. With just three ingredients, two of which might be in your pantry right now, these scrubs will be cost efficient and still be much appreciated for the homemade touch.
Today, April 12, 2018 Disney Direct-to-Consumer and International’s BAMTECH Media in partnership with ESPN, launched their new subscription streaming service, ESPN+. This service is targeting avid sports fans on a broad and niche basis, offering subscription streaming access to thousands of additional live sporting events, original content, and an on-demand video library. Some examples of programming would be: 180+ Major League Baseball games, 180+ National Hockey League games, 100 days of coverage of PGA Tour, and year-round boxing matches. It is subscription based and separate from the ESPN TV Everywhere that fans receive as part of their cable subscription as well as being completely separate and a distinct product from ESPN television.
How and Where is it Offered?
ESPN+ will be integrated into the updated ESPN App. The new app will be available on iOS and Android products, as well as the web, FireTV, and additional devices starting today. If you already have the ESPN app, it will either update automatically or prompt you to update it. Once it has done so, you can elect to purchase access to ESPN+.
What Does it Cost?
An ESPN+ subscription will cost $4.99/month or $49.99/year. ESPN+ does not come with your Great Plains Communications cable subscription, but is an additional purchase directly from ESPN.
If you have questions about the new ESPN App or ESPN+, go to support.espn.com or call 1-888-549-ESPN. If you already have the ESPN app, you can also utilize the ESPN App Live Chat Feature.
Easter weekend is almost upon us and we are all about some spring sweets. We have looked to our cable channel, Food Network and found some of our favorite sweet treats that the whole family is sure to enjoy.
Viv’s No-Bake Easter Egg Cheesecakes
This is a fun way to celebrate not only the Easter holiday, but play on April Fools a little as well. These cheesecakes are simple to make without any baking needed and will be sure to entertain with their cheeky presentation.
How to Decorate Little Lamb and Chick Cupcakes
Talk about a fun activity for the kids this weekend! Prep the candies and bake the cupcakes ahead of time and let their creativity shine with these cute creations.
Springtime Strawberry Cobbler
Many of us travel during the Easter holiday weekend, visiting family and gathering around the table. This Springtime Strawberry Cobbler is not only delicious but very simple to make ahead of time. Not a strawberry fan? Feel free to get creative with the fruit choice, maybe even mix a couple together!