**RTN New Update!**

As we head into the second half of the year we would like to take this chance to thank all our advertisers who have supported us over the past few years, RTN would not be possible without you – thanks!

We are happy to announce that we have just finished updating the RTN website. The new modern design enables us to focus on all our marketing channels including Instagram, Apps and Roku while also presenting our videos in a professional and user-friendly format. Check it out online at:

A big part of RTN is our commitment to supporting the island’s events and non-profits. We recently completed videos for The Abundant Life Foundation and the CMAS Freediving World Championships / Caribbean Cup being held in Roatan in August. Check out the videos below also keep an eye out for our partnership with Wild Roatan and their conservation projects on the island:

We are currently planning our next programming update, this is the perfect time of year to get involved with RTN and to position your business on our network for the upcoming season. Sales for this update will close on the 15th August.

Remember RTN is alot more than TV on channel 117 in Roatan it also includes:
• Roku Channel (10% of homes in the USA)
• Social Media Marketing
• YouTube Channel
• Mobile App
• Online Promotion

To find out more about the different marketing channels and advertising on the Roatan Travel Network check out our sales brochure at:

If you would like to become part of the Roatan Travel Network, do not hesitate to contact us, and remember advertising starts for as little as $100 per month.

What People Say About RTN!

*I love it because I am here on vacation, and I wanted to know what I could do so I turned on the TV, and boom there was my answer. It’s very educational for the guest much better than the magazine that usually is there. — Island Visitor

*It’s been wonderful we’ve had a lot of people come into the clinic because they saw the commercial on RTN. — GARM Clinic

*We felt the difference immediately we’ve had people coming from hotels they open the door looked at me and said they were coming to say hello, come on over and say hello. — Roatan Chocolate Factory