Cable Bahamas Ltd. announced today the appointment of Franklyn A. Butler II as its new CEO. Franklyn has served on the Board of the Company since 2011 and was appointed Executive Vice Chairman in June 2017. Franklyn holds the following positions currently: Chairman of AML Foods Limited; Chairman of Aliv ; Director of APD Limited and Chairman of the Milo Butler Group.
Cable Bahamas Ltd. announced today that after almost twenty years with Cable Bahamas Ltd (CBL), Mr. Anthony (Tony) Butler will retire from his post as CEO and President of the Company effective June 30, 2018.
“REV disappointed that NBC Universal could not continue to extend rights to the region”
REV television subscribers are advised that effective February 28th, 2018, NBC Universal Entertainment Group, a division of NBC Universal will cease carriage of the Oxygen network to the region.
John Gomez, REV COO advised that the company has carried the digital network from 2005. “We continue in our efforts to offer the best available content for our television subscribers. However, as a result of these changes in rights and licensing agreements, no cable operator in the region will be able to offer the Oxygen Channel to their subscribers.”
Starting this month, REV commercial services will offer REV Business in a Box (BIAB) with affordable Voice, Data, TV and advertising packages, providing high value for spend to improve operational efficiencies. These solutions have major application for businesses wanting to grow brand awareness while increasing productivity without compromising quality of service and meeting more stringent financial requirements.
Leading communications giant REV from Cable Bahamas recently launched a new initiative for customers to reach them. “We all use WhatsApp in our personal lives and now we’re harnessing this application for business purposes” says Marketing Manager, Melissa Colebrook.
Cable Bahamas wasted no time in providing support to those residents most impacted by the ravages of Hurricane Irma.
Cable Bahamas advises that effective immediately, due to recent changes to programme licensing in our region, we are required to black out WWE programming.
Cable Bahamas COO, John Gomez assured subscribers and the public that the nation’s leading communications Company is closely monitoring Hurricane Irma as it tracks towards The Bahamas.
REV, the nation’s leading communications provider, was recently named the Mall at Marathon’s Merchant of the Year for 2016.
REV has launched a rewards and recognition programme to celebrate employees who are performing consistently well or have shown significant improvement over time. The company announced its first group of honourees during a recent corporate event at the Phil Keeping Building. There, each nominee received $500 and executives revealed the four employees who won in their respective categories for the first quarter of 2017.