If you live in St. Thomas and St. John, you may be concerned about the change in cable TV service. Innovative Communications announced that it is making a move to all-digital transmission next week. The company said it is sorry for not giving customers 30 days’ notice, and will complete the transition by early June. Currently, the company offers HBO, and plans to add more channels, including HBO Latino and HBO Family. It will also increase regular programming to include seven Spanish-language channels.
In an effort to create an even more attractive deal for its customers, Innovative Cable TV is realigning its channel lineup on the islands. Currently, the company has about a dozen channels in each package. The change will affect customers in the three U.S. Virgin Islands. The company said it will start with the St. Thomas/St. John line up on January 15.
The company said it is willing to negotiate a lower price for its St. Thomas-St. John line up. The company said it would provide channels for the Legislature, the Education Department, and the territorial public television station, WTJX. This move would give residents a more unified lineup of channels. It will also include more international channels, which have been lacking in the line-up.
The change in channel lineup is part of an ongoing process that will help ensure consumers receive the best possible service. While many cable companies are reluctant to make changes that may affect customers’ enjoyment of the service, Innovative Cable TV is willing to make a deal based on a reasonable price. It will also make available 15 percent of its channels. It has already provided additional channels for the Legislature, the Education Department, and the territory’s public television station.
In St. Thomas/St. John, Innovative Cable TV has announced that it will begin realigning the channel lineup on January 15. The new system will allow customers to see a similar channel line-up, regardless of package type. The new line-up also allows subscribers to see local news in the same way as other channels. The two channels are the same. It’s unclear what this means for the existing customer base, but the changes should not affect the quality of the service.
The changes are a good move for both parties, as the new system will bring more channels to the islands. The service has expanded to include channels previously not available to customers. The new network has several additional channels. WSVI-Channel 8 was replaced by ION TV. The switch was announced on December 31. However, the company’s decision to change the channel lineups will be finalized on January 15th.