Channel changes taking place today at REV
REV, The Bahamas’ first 100 percent Bahamian-owned triple play provider, will be launching changes to its TV lineup effective Friday, June 14, 2019. REV Chief Operations Officer John Gomez said, “I would like to inform our loyal customers about changes taking place across our TV platform effective June 14th, 2019. Unfortunately, due to changes in licensing agreements with several networks, we will be removing certain channels from our lineup and replacing them with comparable alternatives.”
“We feel fortunate that after some tough negotiations with our content partners, we’re able to maintain the same or better quality of programming. We’ve added some new channels to our packages that we feel will enhance the entertainment value for our subscribers.”
The triple play provider advises its customers that many of their favorite shows are available on alternative networks still within their existing cable packages. REV Vice President of Media David Burrows offered this reassurance to REV subscribers.
“Let me reassure you that you can still enjoy many of the shows you love, just on different networks. Each of the channels being removed is being replaced by a channel with similar and even superior content. We have also acquired movies directly from Hollywood studios, to air on OUR TV in the near future along with new local TV shows that we are confident our customers will love. Our customers will continue to enjoy all of their favorite shows, simply on a new network.”
Founded in March 1995, CBL Group has grown from a cable TV service provider to become the first communications provider in The Bahamas to offer “triple play” service. Today, the company is publicly listed on the Bahamas International Securities Exchange with over 3,000 Bahamian shareholders. The network is comprised of 14 free-to-air broadcast systems, eight standalone cable TV systems and four triple play systems networked by submarine fibre. CBL Group is the only 100 percent Bahamian-owned communications provider, delivering residential and corporate broadband internet, cable television and fixed line calling, to 99 percent of the Bahamian population, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
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