FORT WORTH, TEXAS - Ride Television Network, Inc. (RIDE TV) and the Canadian Cable Systems Alliance (CCSA) are pleased to announce the completion of a Master Affiliate Agreement for the distribution of RIDE TV, a programming service devoted exclusively to the horse and rural living lifestyle. RIDE TV is the first network of its kind in Canada and is now available to CCSA member companies across the country.
RIDE TV produces over 90% of its content and offers original children's programming, documentaries, reality shows, and other great content for the horse and rural lifestyle markets. Available in high definition,
24 hours/day, RIDE TV's cornerstone programming is exclusive, live, championship equestrian sports.
“We are extremely pleased about reaching this agreement with the CCSA. Canada is a vibrant horse market, and we look forward to bringing RIDE TV to their members,” said Michael Trujillo, RIDE TV’s Senior Vice President of International Distribution. “We are grateful to the CCSA for their extraordinary vision in recognizing the need for a unique, entertaining and compelling network like RIDE TV.”
“CCSA is excited to partner with RIDE TV to provide Canadian equestrian enthusiasts this unique slate of programming,” said Jay Thomson, CEO of the CCSA. “We’re always pleased to work with independent networks such as RIDE TV. This new agreement provides more viewing choices to the CCSA membership, therefore enhancing their customers’ experience.”
About Ride Television Network, Inc.:
Ride Television Network, Inc. is a privately held corporation based in Fort Worth, Texas USA. The company was formed in 2011 for the purpose of launching a 24-hour, high definition, television network. RIDE TV launched on October 1, 2014, in the United States and is available internationally including Asia and Latin America.
About the CCSA:
The Canadian Cable Systems Alliance (CCSA) represents more than 115 independent and highly resourceful companies that provide broadband, television and telephone services to Canadians from coast to coast to coast. Our membership includes many small, family-owned companies, companies serving and operated by Indigenous Peoples in Canada and more than 20 community cooperatives.