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Sling TV Adds RIDE TV to Their Lineup


Today Sling TV announced that they have added RIDE TV to their lineup. RIDE TV is now available to Sling Orange customers and Sling Blue customers who subscribe to “Heartland Extra.” RIDE TV joins the Outdoor Channel, RFD TV, Cowboy Channel, Sportsman Channel, and more in the “Heartland Extra” add-on.

“With the launch of RIDE TV on Sling TV, Heartland Extra subscribers will have access to exciting events and the equestrian lifestyle,” said Michael Fletcher, RIDE TV’s Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer. RIDE TV Co-Founder and President, Craig Morris added, “We believe this expanded distribution will resonate with our audience and deliver a great value to our viewers.”

About Ride Television Network, Inc.

Ride Television Network, Inc. is a privately held corporation based in Fort Worth, Texas. RIDE TV’s shareholders include billionaire investors John Paul DeJoria and Alice Walton, who are passionate about horses and RIDE TV’s mission. The company launched its 24-hour, high definition, television network on October 1, 2014 in the United States and is now available internationally. The network creates over 90% of its own content and features high-quality television programming showcasing both English and Western disciplines and lifestyles and includes live events, reality shows, talk shows, children’s programming, documentaries and more.

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  • Michael Smith

    Giddy up:-)

  • TV Barrington

    Can’t say that I can ever recall hearing about this channel before, but I suppose there could be an audience out there that enjoys watching it, and I hope that it’s a decent channel.

    However, I did have a thought. I sort of hope that Sling doesn’t start adding a bunch of filler channels that a vast majority of folks may not watch. I’d rather have 20 quality channels that everyone likes, than 200 low quality ones. Cable companies could be seen as an example bulking up on a ton of lower quality filler channels that may only appeal to an extremely small group of people, and then the next thing we know, the monthly price goes up because of having some sort of bragging rights with having 200 channels.

    • GersonT1000

      That’s why this channel is part of the Heartland Extra add-on. If you want it, you will have to pay for it, but others won’t be stuck subsidizing it for the ones that do want it.

  • Dave

    Sling also added the Game Show Network today.

    • Randy Smith

      Customer service said through March 18th, then it will be added to the Comedy Extra package.

  • Max Chaos

    I have had one issue with Sling lately. Certain favorite channels disappear. I can go back in the menu and readd them but just wonder why they go off in the first place.

    • Randy Smith

      I had a couple of months where it happened to me on Roku 2 fairly often. It was right after they updated their software to include the grid guide. It would also screw up my ability to resume a program that I was watching from the On Demand section. An update a few weeks ago seems to have fixed it.