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HBO Latin America Group And Flow Present Warner Channel In Jamaica

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HBO Latin America Group signed a carriage agreement with Flow to offer its subscribers the Warner Channel in Jamaica, which will be part of its basic programming package in the country.
“We are very pleased to be able to offer Flow subscribers the most interesting, entertaining and greatest television productions offered by Warner Channel in Jamaica,” commented Javier Figueras, Vice-president of Sales for HBO Latin America Group.  “In this sense, Warner Channel is undoubtedly the best alternative in the market for television and film options because it has an excellent selection of highly acclaimed productions,” he added.
Warner Channel is a pan-regional television subscription channel with presence in Latin America, Brazil and the Caribbean.  Its signal reaches approximately 20 million homes in 24 countries around the continent through 5 different signals that adjust according to the different time zones and languages of the region.
Warner Channel’s Prime Time remains at the forefront, with shows ranging from drama to comedy, as well as mystery, action and science fiction. Aside from the most acclaimed film productions from Warner Bros. Studios, this channel also offers television options that range from the drama of The Mentalist and Gossip Girl, to the suspense of Cold Case and Fringe, to the science fiction of Smallville and Supernatural, to even the refreshing comedy of Two And a Half Men, The Big Bang Theory and The New Adventures of Old Christine.
Due to the agreement between HBO Latin America Group and Flow, this is the first time that the Warner Channel is being broadcast in Jamaica. Flow subscribers will now be able to enjoy HBO LAG’s varied and comprehensive television programming and packages throughout the country, including channels like HBO, HBO Plus, HBO Family, Cinemax, Max Prime, and HBO HD, among others.

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