REV Public Notice – TNT, TBS & Cartoon Network

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Effective April 23rd, REV television subscribers are advised that the Prime package channels TNT, channel 450, Cartoon Network, channel 301, and TBS, channel 225, will be replaced with TNT International, Cartoon Network International and TBS International, respectively.

Entertainment TV, a new channel to the REV lineup will be added to channel 454 to replace TNTI, which is moving to the Prime package.

For any questions or concerns, customers can contact REV support by calling toll free at 1-242-300-2200 or via WhatsApp at 738-9060. read more

NBC Universal Removes Oxygen Channel From the Region

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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.” read more

One America News Network Now Available on REV Basic TV Package

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“We remain committed to providing our customers the diverse content they enjoy” — VP Marketing, David Burrows

REV is pleased to announce the launch of One America News Network (OANN), the fastest growing conservative news channel in the United States, starting February 1st, 2018. OANN, described as a leading source for US and international news with “four times more headlines as other networks”, has replaced the conservative FOX News Channel on channel 406. OANN, offers news coverage 24/7 and prides themselves on delivering “straight news with no speculation, no opinions, just facts.” read more

REV announces launch of new free ‘TV everywhere’ app to TV customers

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“REVGO Play gives customers the freedom to watch live and recorded shows and movies on the go.”

Pictured back row (from left): David Burrows, REV VP, Marketing; Mauro Bonomi, Minerva CEO; John Gomez, REV COO; Damien Blackburn, Aliv CAO; Mark Russell, REV Product Coordinator; Middle row (from left) Davrielle Burrows, REV Marketing Coordinator; Suzelle Etienne, REV Event Coordinator; M’khel Hanna-Ferguson, REV Product Coordinator; Front row (from left) Melissa Colebrook, REV Marketing Manager; Odette Carey, REV Director of Product Development.

REV customers will have much to smile about this Christmas, with the launch of REV’s new TV everywhere app, REVGO Play on December 13th. The app gives REV television customers the freedom to watch their favourite channels live or record them to the cloud, free on any device.

Offered at no extra cost to REV customers, REVGO Play delivers up to 50 live TV channels, and 12 local radio stations in its initial launch. The app also gives customers the option to record a total of twenty hours of programming from up to 31 available network digital video recorder (nDVR). read more

REV closes market gap with launch of Business in a Box solution

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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.

REV Sponsors twenty fourth annual Red Ribbon Ball

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With close to eighty-four children living with HIV/AIDS in The Bahamas, at a cost of approximately $2,000 per child, Lady Camille Barnett, President of The Bahamas AIDS Foundation shared that, “It’s expensive to fund these kinds of programs. Some persons may become immune to the medication provided over time and require a different kind of drug. We have been so fortunate to have corporate partners like REV who have been critical to this process.”