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Flow TV for Bajan content

Flow has launched a new channel –– Flow TV –– that is expected to increase the exposure of local and regional producers.

The company made the announcement yesterday as it disclosed that Barbadians would be able to view the performance of Leadpipe And Saddis and Fadda Fox free of charge tomorrow Friday as they vie for the crown at the International Soca Monarch Finals in Trinidad.

Flow TV is shown on Channel 99.

Speaking about the latest enhancement for customers, vice-president of marketing, sales and communications for the Eastern Caribbean, Shelly Hee Chung, said the launch of the new channel was a significant milestone for Columbus Barbados.

“Not only will local and regional producers get that much needed change to showcase their content and live stream events, but there is an opportunity for local business to access an improved and affordable platform where they can advertise and showcase their products and services,” said Hee Chung.

While the channel will feature local, regional and international content, Flow customers will benefit from regional content on the OnDemand service.

In addition to Flow TV, the company also launched a new preview channel –– Channel 100 –– where viewers can watch OnDemand content trailers and highlight video OnDemand trailers.

This follows the recent launch of the company’s advanced services, including OnDemand television, video on demand, video recording options where customers can record and access their favourite programmes and watch at their convenience, in an effort to give customers more control and options for their television viewing habits.

3 Responses to Flow TV for Bajan content

  1. Kim Ramsay
    Kim Ramsay February 13, 2015 at 9:32 pm

    meanwhile, there is that company named LIME that is supposed to be buying them out…smh…

    • bajanguyster February 13, 2015 at 9:55 pm

      And i waiting to see if i have to dump flow the same way i dump lime

  2. Philip Matthews
    Philip Matthews February 13, 2015 at 10:52 pm

    Wonder what will happen when Lime is the Owner in the next few weeks ?


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