REV launches rewards programme, honours top performing employees

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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.

NBA playoffs available to REVTV subscribers on basic package

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The 2017 NBA Playoffs are underway and REV is once again delivering every matchup in the western and eastern conferences on REVTV.

While it's anyone's guess which team will win the NBA Finals, REVTV subscribers will be able to enjoy every moment of the action via SportsMax, SportsMax2, NBA-TV, ESPN and ESPN Caribbean. These channels, all authorised by the NBA as exclusive broadcasters in the region, are included in the REVTV Prime package (basic cable package) at no additional cost.

CBL hits highest revenues in 22-year history

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The year 2016 was full of milestones for Cable Bahamas Ltd. (CBL). The fourth quarter and year end consolidated results show the Company's greatest ever revenues, topping $180M with an EBITDA of over $43M - and producing a healthy balance sheet. These results were achieved in a tumultuous year for the Company. CBL continued to grow its REV business in The Bahamas, cemented its foothold in Florida with Summit Broadband and, most significantly, won The Bahamas' second mobile licence and successfully launched ALIV mobile service a mere five months later.

Cable Bahamas updates on service restoration on Grand Bahama

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Cable Bahamas teams have been working around the clock to advance restoration efforts on Grand Bahama. This effort has proven to be more extensive and complex than initially anticipated, but the communications company confirmed today that technical teams continue to work relentlessly toward full restoration on the island.