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Flow's in for two more years

Published:Friday | July 25, 2014 | 12:00 AM
Miss Jamaica World 2014 winner, Laurie-Ann Chin (second left), is flanked by employees of Flow Jamaica, (from left) Rowan Wade, regional sales manager; Melissa Webb and Dwayne Bennett, account executive. The event was held at the Montego Bay Convention Centre and Flow was one of the sponsors. - Contributed

Fast becoming the preferred network for television, Internet and telephone, Flow - owned and operated by Columbus Communications - has committed to partner with the Miss Jamaica World Beauty Pageant for another two years, streaming it live on TV and online.

Partnering with the pageant for the first time recently, Flow's corporate social responsibility specialist, Nicole Campbell, described it as a phenomenal success.

"We are happy with the partnership and thrilled with the results - commercially, technically, and with the response of the viewing public. We expect to build on what we've started and Jamaicans can look forward to further enhancements from this experience," said Campbell.

For the thousands who could not attend the event, Flow TV, aired on channel 100, broadcast it live as well as hosted live streaming on its Facebook page and on video boards in Kingston.

"We wanted to ensure that all Jamaicans got an opportunity to watch one of the country's premiere events," said Michael Look Tong, Flow's director of media group.

He added: "This is a milestone for Flow with the recent installation of a new IP broadcasting platform. Miss Jamaica World is the first event that Flow has broadcast live, and we are excited about this partnership."