RIDE TV EXPANDS AVAILABILITY IN CANADA

Wednesday, September 11, 2019
Amanda Morris

 

RIDE TV EXPANDS AVAILABILITY IN CANADA


Bell TV customers now have access to the leading network in equestrian programming
 

FORTH WORTH, TEXAS – SEPTEMBER 10, 2019

– Ride Television Network, Inc. (RIDE TV) is pleased to announce the availability of its unparalleled equestrian programming to Bell Fibe TV and Bell Alt TV customers.

“We are thrilled to add Bell, Canada’s largest television company, to our list of affiliate TV providers,” said Mike Clark, Executive Vice President of RIDE TV. “This partnership affords Canadian equestrian enthusiasts and general viewers alike the opportunity to enjoy RIDE TV programming.”

The first network of its kind to be distributed in Canada, RIDE TV will be available as a free preview to Bell Fibe TV and Alt TV customers from September 12 to October 30. After that time, Bell customers can add RIDE TV to any channel package for $4 per month. RIDE TV is available to Bell Fibe TV customers on channels 1531 (HD) and 531 (SD), and to Alt TV customers on channel 531 (SD).

RIDE TV is the only TV network dedicated exclusively to the horse and rural lifestyle. It produces more than 90 percent original programming and offers exclusive coverage of top equestrian events, including bull riding, around the United States. For more information about RIDE TV programming, visit www.ridetv.com.
 

About RIDE TV

RIDE TV is a 24-hour, high-definition network dedicated to showcasing equestrian sports, culture and lifestyle. RIDE TV delivers high-quality programming to audiences across the United States and Canada. From live sports and documentary series to feature films, RIDE TV is the premier destination for equestrian content.

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