Columbus Communications is a cable television and Broadband speed Internet service provider. Operating as a regional media company, Columbus is currently financially based in Barbados and provides services in the Bahamas, Grenada, Jamaica, and Trinidad and Tobago.
The company is the brain-child of the Michael Lee-Chin.
The company's operations in the Bahamas are branded as Cable Bahamas, while its operations in other countries are branded as Flow.
Management & Executive Team
- Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Brendan Paddick
- President and COO, Paul W. Scott
- Chief Financial Officer, Maxwell Parsons, C.A.
- Columbus Communications
- Columbus Networks
- COLUMBUS COMMUNICATIONS EXPANDS OPERATIONS TO GRENADA - (14 April, 2008)
- Columbus to run fibre-optic cable from Colombia to Jamaica - Jamaica Observer (25, May 2007)
- Flow gets nod on all-island(Jamaica) cable licence - Jamaica Observer (01, April 2007)
- Alcatel and Columbus Communications inaugurate FibraLink submarine network in Jamaica - Press Release (5 April, 2006)
- Columbus sets sail in T&T - Trinidad and Tobago Guardian Newspaper (16 February, 2006)
- Alcatel to deploy a new submarine optical cable network to serve Jamaica - Press Release (7 June, 2005)
- New World Network Completes Sale to Columbus Communications - Press Release (12 September, 2005)
- Columbus Communications acquires New World Network - (15 September, 2005)
- John Risley And Michael Lee-Chin — The Cable Guys - Canadian Business Online (5 December, 2005)
- Columbus Communications Flow target of piracy by HBO Latin America - ttgapers.com (11 May, 2007)
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