Aruba Today’s daily local headlines and our Ask Pilar videos are broadcasted by the new and dynamic tourist channel Aruba.TV. The only English newspaper on the island, Aruba Today, signed a collaboration with this official tourist channel that can be seen on channel 49 and worldwide via Roku TV as also on Dutch Caribbean TV (Aruba-ch 55/Curaçao-ch 190/Bonaire-ch 2/St Maarten WTN222).
After a joint agreement between Setar/ Telearuba and Leonardo Maduro was established, the island’s new channel Aruba.TV had a soft launch September 2019. Aruba.TV team consists of local professional staff members that have expertise in the world of media and live television broadcasting. Aruba.TV offers a variety of content information that is interesting to our visitors in English and Spanish showing everything you need to know about the island such as where to dine, where to shop, where to relax and where to find the island’s best entertainment. Aruba.TV will keep you up to date with the latest trends, entertainment, culture, shopping, restaurants, activities, beaches and tips to get around the island.
Today’s News is the daily news program at 7PM local time where Aruba Today collaborates with Aruba.TV. The programming of the channel informs you about fascinating historical and cultural facts. It shows you the museums on the island and promotes our local artists and our local products. Furthermore, Aruba.TV covers live events such as concerts, beach tennis, beach volleyball, HI-Winds, golf tournaments and national cultural events. They even give you the opportunity to win magnificent prices such as dinner for two, weekend stays and much more just by watching and following them.
Aruba.TV is available all around the island. Watch it on channel 49 of cable television Aruba, which is available in most hotels, resorts, Airbnb’s and apartments. In addition to this, Aruba.TV is also available on various social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube. Aruba.TV is the only local channel that is promoting our beautiful island of Aruba worldwide on the popular ‘Roku TV’, which now has over 30 million active users. They are also aired on Dutch Caribbean TV (Aruba-ch 55/Curaçao-ch 190/Bonaire-ch 2/St Maarten WTN222).
The new tourist channel looks forward to show you the selection of great programs such as Carta Blanca, which is a Spanish program about wine and dine in Aruba, also Island Lifestyle, an English program that highlights what it’s like to live on the island through the eyes of our locals and immigrants. The main purpose is to engage with you as visitor through the channel. For more information: Facebook Aruba.TV.