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WWE signs broadcasting pact for English-language Caribbean market

Stamford-based World Wrestling Entertainment Inc. (WWE) has signed a multiyear agreement with Miami-based Cable & Wireless Communications that gives Flow 1, the latter’s television channel subsidiary in Granada, exclusive rights to WWE programming across the English-speaking Caribbean.

Beginning next week, Flow 1 will offer live broadcasts of WWE’s “Raw” and “Smackdown,” along with the “WWE Experience” and “This Week in WWE” show. Programs will also be available on the Flow To Go mobile app.

WWE maintains a separate licensing agreement in Trinidad & Tobago with CCN TV6, a local broadcaster, but its content will also be available in that nation as part of the Flow television service.

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