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Pay-Per-View Will Be Off Air to Test Hurricane Preparedness Drill

Innovative Cable TV officials have announced that its Pay-Per-View service will be unavailable for a 12-hour period as part of activities related to its hurricane preparedness drill taking place this week. From 6 p.m. on Wednesday, July 22, through 6 a.m., the following morning, the Pay-Per-View service is scheduled to be off the air as the cable company role plays an impending hurricane aimed at St. Croix. This is part of the company’s disaster preparedness efforts in which certain data must be backed up.

“As a result, customers will not be able to order Pay-Per-View movies or events during that 12-hour time period, we apologize for any inconvenience this may cause to our customers, but would like to remind everyone that this measure is being taken for the benefit of our customers and our systems,” Innovative Cable TV President Jennifer Matarangas-King said.
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Innovative Cable TV officials have announced that its Pay-Per-View service will be unavailable for a 12-hour period as part of activities related to its hurricane preparedness drill taking place this week. From 6 p.m. on Wednesday, July 22, through 6 a.m., the following morning, the Pay-Per-View service is scheduled to be off the air as the cable company role plays an impending hurricane aimed at St. Croix. This is part of the company’s disaster preparedness efforts in which certain data must be backed up.

“As a result, customers will not be able to order Pay-Per-View movies or events during that 12-hour time period, we apologize for any inconvenience this may cause to our customers, but would like to remind everyone that this measure is being taken for the benefit of our customers and our systems,” Innovative Cable TV President Jennifer Matarangas-King said.