Wednesday, May 8, 2019
Amanda Morris

RIDE TV Viewers Can Now Enjoy Top Bull Riding and Rodeo Content in High Definition

Wednesday, May 8th, FORT WORTH, TX – The nation’s leading programmer for equestrian content and bull riding, RIDE TV, will now be available to its viewers in high definition on DISH.

“We are thrilled to be able to deliver our programming to DISH viewers in the format they demand – high definition,” said Michael Fletcher, CEO of RIDE TV. “Our company produces all of our original programming in beautiful HD. Whether it’s equestrian sports or lifestyle programming, we want RIDE TV fans to have the best viewing experience possible. Thank you to DISH for caring enough about rural and urban TV viewers to ensure that their favorite networks are available in HD.”

RIDE TV launched on DISH in the fall of 2015. Shortly after, they developed a great partnership to promote equestrian sports and lifestyle programming to DISH customers across America, with a focus on rural communities.

“The launch of RIDE TV in HD is part of DISH’s continued effort to serve our customers in rural America,” said Jay Roth, DISH Chief Marketing Officer. “DISH is the only satellite TV operator offering RIDE TV and this proves our continued dedication to provide the very best value for our customers.”

RIDE TV is available in DISH’s America’s Top 120 (AT120) programming package on Channel 248. RIDE TV is also available on DishLATINO, the Heartland Pack and on Sling TV. RIDE TV is now offering brand new programs such as PBR Ride to Glory, which follows bull riding cowboys on the Pendleton Whisky Velocity Tour, a PBR touring pro series. Other popular shows include Cowgirls, Rock Star Vets, and the very best in western and english equestrian sports.

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


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