Flow TV Now Of­fer­ing Bravo Me­dia Con­tent in Its Net­work Lineup

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Ca­ble & Wire­less Com­mu­ni­ca­tions, (CWC) the par­ent com­pany of the Flow and LIME brands in the Caribbean, has signed a deal with Bravo Me­dia, the pre­miere life­style and en­ter­tain­ment brand that drives the cul­tural con­ver­sa­tion around its high-qual­ity, in­ter­ac­tive orig­i­nal con­tent. The deal marks Bravo’s first agree­ment in the re­gion; Flow TV will be­gin air­ing Bravo pro­gram­ming in Trinidad, Ja­maica, Gre­nada and St. Vin­cent and will soon launch across all of its mar­kets within the Caribbean.

“This part­ner­ship rep­re­sents an­other first for Flow and an ex­cit­ing de­vel­op­ment for our cus­tomers,” said John Reid, Pres­i­dent of Flow. “Bravo has an en­vi­able line up of orig­i­nal hit se­ries that we know will ap­peal to a wide cross sec­tion of our cus­tomers. Ever since we en­tered the Caribbean over ten years ago, Flow has con­sis­tently led the de­vel­op­ment of the mar­ket, work­ing with in­ter­na­tional providers to bring con­tent cleared for air­ing in the re­gion. This agree­ment with Bravo is yet an­other ex­am­ple of our on­go­ing com­mit­ment to en­sure that we con­tinue to work with our net­work provider part­ners to bring ex­cit­ing and rel­e­vant con­tent to cus­tomers in the re­gion.” Reid listed "In­di­aCast's Aapka Col­ors and MTV In­dia, Cine­max with HBO, MSNBC, VH1, Spike TV and Ebony Life as other ex­am­ples of net­works that CWC has led the ef­forts to se­cure broad­cast rights agree­ments for the re­gion.”

Well known for its high-qual­ity and in­no­va­tive con­tent, Bravo fo­cuses on the pas­sion points of food, fash­ion, beauty, de­sign, dig­i­tal and pop cul­ture. The net­work’s di­ver­si­fied slate in­cludes its first scripted se­ries “Girl­friends’ Guide to Di­vorce,” scripted com­edy “Odd Mom Out,” and un­scripted fa­vorites such as Emmy award-win­ning “Top Chef,” “Van­der­pump Rules,” “Below Deck,” “Thicker Than Wa­ter” and the pop­u­lar “Mil­lion Dol­lar List­ing” and “The Real House­wives” fran­chises as well as the only live late-night talk show, “Watch What Hap­pens Live.”

“Bravo’s com­pelling pro­gram­ming is very much in line with Flow’s vi­sion to trans­form the view­ing ex­pe­ri­ence with su­pe­rior con­tent,” said Reid. “We are glad to be the first op­er­a­tor in the Caribbean to add Bravo to our lineup, and to of­fer the net­work to all of our cus­tomers, in­clud­ing those with the ba­sic pack­age.”

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