KINGSTON:National Football League (NFL) fans in Jamaica and across the Caribbean have scored a big win with FLOW.FLOW, through its parent company C&W Communications, has secured a five-year agreement to offer various NFL assets, including NFL Sunday Ticket, NFL Network and NFL Red Zone for its cable TV line-up across the region. Fans of the NFL will also be able to watch live regular season games on FLOW TV.FLOW TV will also broadcast popular NFL programmes, including NFL Hard Knocks, America’s Game, Road to the Play-offs and Road to the Super Bowl.”We are pleased to be adding more content on FLOW TV, on FLOW channel 100, which is available to all FLOW customers. It’s part of our move to make more cable programming available to our customers,” said Carlo Redwood, vice-president of marketing and products, FLOW.He added: “The partnership with the NFL adds value to our offerings. In addition, NFL fans have access to games across multiple platforms, including FLOW TV and on their smart devices.”The NFL’s vice-president of international media, Michael Markovich, stated: “We are pleased to partner with a leading provider in the Caribbean to give our fans increased access to NFL content across multiple platforms, and we look forward to continuing to develop a mutually beneficial and longstanding partnership.”FLOW has introduced an early-bird special with flexible payment options for NFL Sunday Ticket, making access easier for customers. The NFL Sunday Ticket features up to 13 different high-definition games live each Sunday, while NFL Network and NFL RedZone will be available at no extra cost within the basic and extended basic packages, respectively.Exciting momentsThe NFL RedZone produced by NFL Network whips around every NFL game on Sunday afternoons, delivering the touchdowns and most exciting moments as they happen and in high definition. When a team goes inside the 20-yard line, fans see the crucial plays live. The channel keeps fans up-to-date in real time, switching from game to game with live look-ins, highlights and a chance to see every important play.In addition, FLOW will introduce a variety of exciting promotions, including a chance to attend a live NFL regular season game, as it launches the partnership across the region.The NFL will be broadcast on FLOW in Antigua & Barbuda, Bahamas, Barbados, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, CuraÁao, Grenada, Jamaica, St Lucia, St Vincent & the Grenadines, Trinidad & Tobago and the Turks & Caicos.In Jamaica, the broadcast begins at midday on FLOW TV.
QUEBEC CITY, Que. – The parents of the man accused in the slayings at a Quebec City mosque have made their first public statements since his arrest.In a letter to Radio-Canada published today, Manon Marchand and Raymond Bissonnette describe the killings at the Islamic cultural centre in Quebec City on Jan. 29, 2017 as inexcusable and totally inexplicable.Alexandre Bissonnette is facing 12 charges, including six counts of first-degree murder, and his trial is expected to begin in late March.His parents write they feel like they’re living a nightmare, but add the accused is their son, so they love him and he will remain part of the family.They also told the French-language broadcaster in a phone interview that they visit their son every week at the detention centre in Quebec City, where Alexandre Bissonnette has been since his arrest, but they don’t know if they’ll attend the trial.The family says they stayed away from the media in the past year and instead sent a letter of condolence directly to the families of the victims of the attack through the mosque.Since the tragedy, the couple and the suspect’s twin brother have been receiving psychological help and they also thanked those who’ve supported them.They say they live in fear of reprisals.