TEMPO NETWORKS LAUNCHES TEMPO TV IN U.S. ON CABLEVISION!

For Immediate Release      

TEMPO Networks Launches TEMPO TV in U.S. on Cablevision!

Caribbean focused channel- First of its kind in the Continental U.S.

Newark, NJ – TEMPO TV, the leading Pan Caribbean television channel, is pleased to announce it is now available in the United States to Cablevision subscribers, satisfying the request of its fans throughout New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Pennsylvania.

Available on Cablevision’s iO Channel 1105, TEMPO celebrates the music, culture and lifestyle of the Caribbean region. The channel’s programming includes content addressing all aspects of Caribbean life, including music, news, cuisine, sports, and travel and tourism. Although programming is largely in English, TEMPO seeks to unite the English, Spanish, French, and Dutch Caribbean into one Caribbean nation.

“TEMPO captures the vibrant culture and lifestyle of one of the most extraordinary regions in the world and for the past six years TEMPO has captivated Caribbean audiences in 24 islands. We are now pleased to bring TEMPO to the United States to Cablevision customers who can now experience our unique blend of programming that reflects the beauty of the Caribbean spirit,” said Frederick A Morton, Jr., Founder, Chairman & CEO, TEMPO Networks.

First launched by MTV Networks in 2005, Morton, himself a native of the Caribbean, founded and subsequently acquired the channel from Viacom, MTV’s corporate parent in 2007 and moved TEMPO’s corporate headquarters in 2008 across the Hudson River to its current home in Newark, NJ.  

TEMPO is currently broadcast to approximately 3.5 million viewers throughout the Caribbean.

Cablevision becomes the first U.S. affiliate to make the channel available to its roughly 3 million cable customers in the New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Pennsylvania area.

TEMPO can now be added by Cablevision customers who subscribe to Broadcast Basic services for an additional $4.95 per month.

“We continue to expand iO International to bring our customers more diverse and exclusive programming they can’t get anywhere else. We are proud to be the first TV provider to bring TEMPO to U.S. audiences….”said Bradley Feldman, Cablevision’s vice president, video production management.

Interested customers can call 877-980-7636 to order or visit http://www.gotTEMPO.com.

TEMPO is currently in advanced discussions with several other major cable, satellite and telco providers and hopes to announce similar agreements in the near future.

About TEMPO Networks, LLC

TEMPO Networks, LLC, is the first and only full service pan-Caribbean media and entertainment company producing and offering culturally relevant content on all media platforms (on-air, on-line, on-mobile and on the ground). Its flagship cable television network, TEMPO, captures and delivers the extraordinary Caribbean vibe by successfully producing and delivering Caribbean content dedicated to music, culture, travel, cuisine, and social awareness initiatives. TEMPO, envisioned by native son Frederick A. Morton Jr. (“Mr. TEMPO”), is a true celebration of Caribbean life that seeks to elevate the region. Its content, therefore, is developed to rise beyond entertainment to inspirational, progressive and educational. TEMPO currently broadcast in 24 Caribbean islands, with approximately 3.5M viewers. Connect with TEMPO in your island, or whenever you’re feeling for the Caribbean vibe, at http://www.gotTEMPO.com. TEMPO is a registered trademark of TEMPO Networks, LLC.

 

MEDIA CONTACT:

DAVID TAFT

T: 215-939-9901

dave@taft-media.com

 

MEDIA CONTACT – JEANETTE Y. MITCHELL

T: 973-508-1000

jmitchell@temponetworks.com

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