About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Liverpool defender Dejan Lovren: We only worry about usby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveLiverpool defender Dejan Lovren says no-one is getting carried away with being top of the table.Lovren says the current team has slowly learnt to neither look back or forward, at history or at what they hope to achieve. Instead, the calm around the training ground allows them to concentrate fully on the task in hand.“We don’t look at who is behind us or in front of us. It’s more only about us and that’s how we should do it always,” he said.“We learn from all these previous seasons. When you look against Newcastle it was quite a tough first half, there were chances but we couldn’t find the right spot to score.“Luckily enough I scored but again we had this winning mentality that kept us going, and the second half we played like a new game.”
NETFLIX WANTS TO OPEN A MAJOR FILM AND TV STUDIO IN TORONTONETFLIX WANTS TO OPEN A MAJOR FILM AND TV STUDIO IN TORONTO
Login/Register With: Advertisement LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Facebook One of the world’s leading entertainment brands is ramping up production in its quest to satisfy the insatiable beast that is your remote control—and Hollywood North could benefit big time.I mean, where better for Netflix to make a whole bunch of new films and TV shows than in Toronto? With its wealth of talent, tax credits and buildings that look like they could be American?The streaming content juggernaut is considering it, according to Toronto Mayor John Tory. So seriously, in fact, that the city is already working with local industry unions to bolster their labour forces in anticipation of future productions. Twitter Advertisement Toronto (Photo by Lisa de Jong) “I have a very high level of confidence, without betraying confidences that aren’t yet concrete, that they’re going to,” said Tory on Tuesday when asked if Netflix was setting up shop in Toronto.“They’ve been in active discussions with our industry, with me, about wanting to create one of their hubs here.”A great night at the 22nd annual Toronto Film Critics’ Association awards gala celebrating some of the best films this past year. pic.twitter.com/TgrzKjPr0E— John Tory (@JohnTory) January 9, 2019Tory, who was speaking at the Toronto Film Critics Association Awards gala, also said he’d met with representatives from Netflix in Los Angeles last March, to discuss the matter.“We’ve talked to them from here a number of times and they certainly know how much we would like to have them here,” said Tory to the Canadian Press. When asked if he knew when Netflix might create a production hub in Toronto he said no, but also that “If I knew I wouldn’t tell you.”Coy as the mayor wants to play it, an expansion into Toronto makes sense for Netflix.The American company has been producing more and more original content in recent years, much of it with viewership numbers to rival that of any major cable network. It took home five Golden Globe awards for its original content on Sunday alone, more than any other network or streaming service.Meanwhile, Toronto’s film and TV production industry is booming. Several new studios, including one owned by CBS Television, are slated to open here within the next few years and, on top of that, Netflix recently committed $500 million toward the creation and distribution of original productions in Canada.Currently, the company’s only main production facility is in Los Angeles, but it plans to build new hubs in Madrid and Albuquerque. Could Toronto be next?In the words of Tory himself, “fingers crossed.” Advertisement
Former France international Christophe Dugarry has heavily criticised Neymar for his actions, while Paris Saint-Germain sealed the Ligue 1 titleThe club’s world record signing was absent, while PSG sealed the Ligue 1 title in impressive fashion by defeating last season’s winners AS Monaco 7-1 at the Parc Des Princes Stadium on Sunday.Neymar, who is currently recovering in Brazil from his fractured fifth metatarsal bone in his foot, instead, posted images of him playing a game of poker with his friends, that left Dugarry furious.“How could Neymar not be there with his teammates with the title at stake?” he asked on RMC Sport (via Marca).“They’ve given him the role of leader and he doesn’t even come to share in the win?“How is it possible that PSG can accept that? How can he look his teammates in the eye when he behaves that way?Opinion: Neymar will earn respect back from the PSG fans Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 14, 2019 After completing his incredible return to Parc des Princes, we predict that Neymar will earn the respect back from PSG supporters.The situation between Neymar…“He’s spitting on the club. I think it is outrageous. If he was at Barcelona, he would have returned with no problem.“If I was at PSG, I’d be very angry.”Dugarry, who was a member of the France squad that won the 1998 World Cup, believes that PSG will never win the Champions League with players like Neymar.“I can’t stand those players who are only worried about themselves because it is the collective which wins games,” said the former Bordeaux forward.“It is never individual players… and yet people think that PSG can win the Champions League with attitudes like that!”
Hughes talks about Ings first goal for SouthamptonHughes talks about Ings first goal for Southampton
The manager was not happy with the 2-1 defeat against Everton, but he knows Danny Ings can contribute a lot to the teamDanny Ings signed for Southampton on August 9th of this year.And ten days later, he scored his team’s only goal against Everton this weekend.This has let to Southampton boss Mark Hughes to praise his work.“Danny looked sharp and could have scored in the first half but it’s actually a fantastic save having seen it since,” Hughes said to the Saint’s official website.Solskjaer slams Man United’s draw: “We should have won” Andrew Smyth – August 31, 2019 Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was left to rue another missed opportunity as Manchester United were held to a 1-1 draw against 10-man Southampton.“I thought it was just a close-range miss but he’s actually saved it so credit to their ‘keeper.”Danny Ings scored at the 54th-minute mark after his team was down 2-0.His goal gave Southampton hope but the team didn’t manage to tie the match against Everton.“We got him off and running in the second-half so for him coming to a new club, as a striker you want to get off the mark very, very quickly and that’s what he has done so that’s a positive,” Hughes added.
Pep Guardiola doubts that Luka Modric will join Inter Milan at any stage in the near futureThe Fifa and Uefa Player of the Year had been strongly linked with a surprise switch to Inter in the summer transfer window.However, Modric opted to remain at Real Madrid and labelled a move to Inter as “the most stupid thing in history”.But the Croatia captain continues to be linked with the Nerazzurri, which Guardiola dismissed as a pure fantasy.Capello calls Lukaku “a modern striker” Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 The former Italian manager believes Romelu Lukaku is perfectly suited for Antonio Conte’s Internazionale Milan in the Serie A.“There is, what’s it called, fantasy football,” said Guardiola, according to BeSoccer.“When you speak about a player leaving for next year, the market is closed now.”The Catalan coach also downplayed Manchester City’s chances of winning this season’s Champions League.
The Nation will stand still to watch the countrys first OlympianThe Nation will stand still to watch the countrys first Olympian
Recommended for you Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:delano williams, TCI first Olympian, team great britain Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, TCI, August 18, 2016 – Friday August 19th is a big day in the Turks and Caicos as it is the day that the first islander will compete at Olympic competition and there will be a watch party.Flow on Wednesday announced that there will be a watch party at the Conference room next to the Opus Restaurant for Delano’s debut on the Olympic track. Williams, will be a part of the men’s 4x400m relay squad for Team Great Britain.A Flow Brand Ambassador, Williams has himself been promoting the dates of Friday and Saturday; and so on Friday from 7pm there will be an event to watch the heats and there will be live entertainment by Tess Charles.Flow warns that space is limited. Team Great Britain’s 4x400m relay team disqualified!! Delano Williams return home postponed due to weather Motorcade for TCI first OLYMPIAN!!
Candidate List Finalized For Local Municipal ElectionCandidate List Finalized For Local Municipal Election
For Kenai City Council: There are two open seats on the council: Incumbent Bob Molloy will face off with Teea Winger and Robert Peterkin II. For the seats open on the Kenai Peninsula Borough assembly: For District 1, K-Beach: incumbent Brent Hibbert is unopposed. For District 6, East Peninsula: incumbent Kenn Carpenter is unopposed For District 9, South Peninsula: incumbent Willy Dunne will face off with Troy Jones of Homer. For Soldotna City Council: There are three open seats- with three candidates: Two incumbents, Paul Whitney and Justin Ruffridge will retain their seats. Jordan Chilson, filed for the third open seat. Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Yesterday was the final day for candidates to file to run for a seat in local government for the upcoming election on October 2. Board of Education: Three seats are open: One incumbent, Mike Illg of Homer, will go into the election unchallenged. In the Kenai area incumbent Tim Navarre will face off with Matthew Morse to represent District 2 on the board.
NWS Winter Storm Warning On Seward Highway Turnagain ArmNWS Winter Storm Warning On Seward Highway Turnagain Arm
Kaitlyn O’Brien with the NWS in Anchorage: “What we are expecting is heavy snow with snow accumulations of 18-30 inches, and it’s possible that we’ll see some localized amounts up to 36 inches.” A Winter Storm Warning for snow means severe winter weather conditions will make travel very hazardous. If you must travel, keep an extra flashlight, food and water in your vehicle in case of an emergency. A band of very heavy snow is currently over the region north of Moose Pass, including the Seward Highway through Turnagain Pass. Snowfall rates of up to 6 inches per hour have been observed through Turnagain Pass. According to an advisory from the Department of Transportation, travel is nearly impossible due to very heavy snow. Expect significant reductions in visibility. O’Brien: “Travel will be difficult through that heavy snow, and not possible at all in some areas. We are expecting very low visibility through that area.” Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning for the Seward Highway around the Turnagain Arm area effective until noon, on Thursday. The snow band is expected to remain nearly stationary through Thursday morning, contributing to the very high snowfall totals. For the latest road conditions call 5 1 1 or visit 511.alaska.gov. For avalanche information around Turnagain Pass, visit cnfaic.org.
Refuge Announces Closures Of Most Local Area CampgroundsRefuge Announces Closures Of Most Local Area Campgrounds
Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Kenai National Wildlife Refuge announced on Sunday the temporary closures of local area campgrounds in order to allow for public safety and efficient fire operations along the Sterling Highway due to the Swan Lake Fire. Bottenintnin Lake,Watson Lake Campground,Egumen Lake Trail, Petersen Lake Campground,Kelly Campground,Seven Lakes Trail,Skyline Trail andJean Lake Campground. For further information, visit Kenai National Wildlife Refuge, or call (907) 262-7021. The Refuge Headquarters office hours are from 8:00am to 4:30pm on Monday through Friday. In a message from the Refuge: “Thank you for making alternative recreation plans and avoiding these areas so firefighters have access and you stay safe.”
Uber can resume selfdriving car tests in PennsylvaniaUber can resume selfdriving car tests in Pennsylvania
More From Roadshow Now playing: Watch this: Top 5 ways to spend your time in a self-driving car CNET Magazine: Check out a sample of the stories in CNET’s newsstand edition.Taking It to Extremes: Mix insane situations — erupting volcanoes, nuclear meltdowns, 30-foot waves — with everyday tech. Here’s what happens. 2020 Kia Telluride review: Kia’s new SUV has big style and bigger value 2020 BMW M340i review: A dash of M makes everything better 2:29 The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation’s authorization arrived Monday, Uber said in its email.”Pennsylvania is significantly invested in the safe and efficient development of automated technology,” the authorization stated. “Uber’s application met the requirements of our guidance that we issued this year.”In November, Uber updated its autonomous vehicle policy to require two safety drivers in each car after a police report concluded that the Uber-branded Volvo XC90’s lone driver was watching The Voice to her phone at the time of the Arizona accident.Uber is lagging behind Waymo, which launched its self-driving car service in a limited capacity in Phoenix earlier this month. 2020 Hyundai Palisade review: Posh enough to make Genesis jealous Share your voice Roadshow Tags Here’s the self-driving car you can take around Las Vegas during CES 1 Uber has clearance to bring its autonomous vehicles back to Pittsburgh. Pavlo Conchar/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images Uber got Pennsylvania’s thumbs-up to continue its self-driving car tests there.This comes nine months after one of the ride-hailing company’s autonomous vehicles struck and killed a pedestrian in Tempe, Arizona.The company confirmed via email that it received a letter of authorization from the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation. However, Uber noted that its self-driving operations haven’t resumed yet and didn’t offer a timeline for them. Comment 9 Photos
Investigating Baltimores Police Corruption and Investing in the CityInvestigating Baltimores Police Corruption and Investing in the City
By J. K. Schmid, Special to the AFROA Baltimore rising star has been named to the Restore Trust in Policing Commission.The commission, a direct response to the flagrant and rampant corruption of the Baltimore Police Department’s Gun Trace Task Force, was established at the end of August.Alicia Wilson, is the senior vice president of Impact Investments and senior legal counsel of the Port Covington Development team. She is now also leading the Port Covington Impact Investment Team.Attorney Alicia Lynn Wilson is a member of the Restore Trust in Policing Commission. (Courtesy Photo)AFRO questions about her new roles and her part in the commission were answered via email through Plank Industries Public Relations Director Danielle Bennings.Wilson emphasized repeatedly that her obligation to the commission is separate from her obligation to Plank Industries and its subsidiaries.“I was involved in sitting on commissions and serving in this way well before I was ever associated with the Port Covington project,” Wilson wrote. “My work on this commission is separate from the work that I do on the Port Covington development. I am deeply committed to my city, its progress and working towards improving upon the things that are holding the city back from reaching its fullest potential.”Wilson, an East Baltimore native and Mergenthaler Vocational-Technical High School graduate, is an Associated Black Charities co-chair and a Center for Urban Families board member.“I am on the commission as a lawyer and a resident of the city of Baltimore. I offer multiple perspectives on issues that affect us all; as a person who grew up in this city, as someone who has been personally impacted by gun violence and as someone who has worked alongside law enforcement.”Wilson, a member on leave from Gordon Feinblatt, Labor and Employment Practice, “covers the spectrum of employment litigation. She handles all aspects of both state and federal claims involving race, age, disability and gender/sexual orientation discrimination, as well as sexual harassment, retaliatory discharge, and wage and hour issues. In addition, Alicia represents unions and management in collective bargaining and National Labor Relation Act matters,” according to her Gordon Feinblatt bio.“This commission allows me to bring to bear all of the perspectives that I bring to these issues. I have a deep grounding in law as well as a unique understanding of how it is to live on a day to day basis with the implications of the Baltimore Police Department, whether good or bad. When asked to serve on this commission, my thought was not how this would be in the interest of my employer, but how this was in the interest of my community.”Other members of the commission include Mitchel M. Gordon, a former Baltimore City police officer now workers compensation litigator for public safety employees, Sean Malone, a former attorney for the Baltimore City Police Department, and former Judge Alexander Williams, Jr.“I am excited to work with Judge Alexander Williams who has given so much to our judiciary and to our community, but I’m also excited to work with all the members of the commission and learn from them. I think it’s helpful to learn from the perspectives of others, and bring diverse thoughts to the table,” said when asked whom she is most excited to work with.While the Baltimore City Office of Civil Rights Civilian Review Board struggles with city solicitor Andre Davis to have its subpoenas honored, Wilson described how the state commission can get results.“The power to subpoena must be exercised with care, but it is an extremely powerful and useful means by which clarity and transparency can occur in a process,” Wilson wrote. “I think the subpoena power given to this commission is essential because you may not have people that are necessarily willing to participate in the investigation. In other cases you may not need it, but with something of this level of sensitivity you need the subpoena power to be successful.”At the time of Wilson’s reply, September 13, the commission had not yet met. A preliminary report is expected by the end of this year, followed by a full report at the end of 2019. Wilson does not know what her or the commission’s role will be when it comes to how findings or recommendations might be implemented or enforced.“It is too premature to provide a response to that,” Wilson wrote.“I imagine we will have some involvement, but that remains to be seen.”
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The University of Louisville men’s tennis team dropped a 4-0 decision to No. 9 North Carolina on Sunday afternoon at the Bass-Rudd Tennis Center. The Cardinals conclude the regular season with a record of 15-12 and 3-9 in the ACC, while Tar Heels improve to 17-5 and 9-3 in conference play. Doubles1. Brian Cernoch/Benjamin Sigouin (UNC) def. C. Morin-Kougoucheff/Brandon Lancaster (LOU) 6-22. Federico Gomez/George Hedley (LOU) vs. Blaine Boyden/Josh Peck (UNC) 3-3, unfinished3. Mac Kiger/Simon Soendergaard (UNC) def. Fabien Salle/Sergio Hernandez (LOU) 6-2 Match Results#9 North Carolina 4, Louisville Men’s Tennis 0 Watch Live Full Schedule Roster Story Links Singles1. #35 Benjamin Sigouin (UNC) def. C. Morin-Kougoucheff (LOU) 6-4, 6-22. #95 Josh Peck (UNC) def. Brandon Lancaster (LOU) 6-2, 6-23. Sergio Hernandez (LOU) vs. #118 Brian Cernoch (UNC) 6-7 (4-7), 1-2, unfinished4. Fabien Salle (LOU) vs. Blaine Boyden (UNC) 6-7 (2-7), 0-1, unfinished5. Simon Soendergaard (UNC) def. Federico Gomez (LOU) 6-2, 7-56. David Mizrahi (LOU) vs. Ladd Harrison (UNC) 7-5, 3-2, unfinished Prior to the start of the match, the Cardinals honored the accomplishments of Clement Filho, Federico Gomez, George Hedley, Brandon Lancaster and Christopher Morin-Kougoucheff with a Senior Day celebration. Matchup History Match Notes:Order of finish: Doubles (3,1); Singles (1,2,5)T-1:47 A-243 Rex Ecarma Interview The Tar Heels gained the initial advantage in doubles as Mac Kiger and Simon Soendergaard topped Fabien Salle and Sergio Hernandez 6-2 at No. 3. Just minutes later, North Carolina secured the doubles point as Brian Cernoch and Benjamin Sigouin registered a 6-2 victory over Morin-Kougoucheff and Lancaster on court one. Gomez and Hedley were tied 3-3 with Blaine Boyden and Josh Peck at No. 2 before play was ended. Print Friendly Version North Carolina extended its lead to 2-0 in singles as No. 25 Sigouin defeated Morin-Kougoucheff 6-4, 6-2 on court one. Lancaster then fell 6-2, 6-2 to No. 95 Peck at the two-spot, allowing the Tar Heels to gain a 3-0 advantage. In other singles action, Mizrahi won his first set 7-5 and was up 3-2 over Ladd Harrison on court four. At the three spot, Hernandez fell 7-6 (7-4) in the first set and was down 2-1 in the second to Cernoch. Salle was down 7-6 (7-2), 0-1 to Boyden when the match was stopped. On court five, Federico Gomez dropped a hard-fought 6-2, 7-5 decision to Soendergaard as the Tar Heels clinched the 4-0 victory. Next Match: vs. Georgia Tech 4/18/2019 | 11:30 a.m. Live Stats David Mizrahi Interview Up next, the Cardinals will head to Cary, N.C. for the ACC Championships, which begin on Wednesday April 17. “First of all, before these five seniors are tennis players, they’re good people,” said Ecarma. “Those guys have never got in trouble off the court, they’re good students, and good people with good families. They should be proud, the University should be proud of them. They’ve also done their fair share of winning. Those guys are winners off the court and on the court.” “We had some chances with David Mizrahi winning a set and it looked like he was starting to get closer to winning that match,” said UofL head coach Rex Ecarma. “It just comes down to close sets. These ACC matches are so competitive that it just comes down to a few sets and the ends of a few sets.” Photo Gallery
Statistical study offers evidence of warning signs before Neolithic community collapseStatistical study offers evidence of warning signs before Neolithic community collapse
Citation: Statistical study offers evidence of warning signs before Neolithic community collapse (2016, August 30) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2016-08-statistical-evidence-neolithic-collapse.html This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. (Phys.org)—A trio of researchers, two with the University of Maryland and the other with University College London has found that early Neolithic communities exhibited warning signs before collapsing. In their paper published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Sean Downey, W. Randall Haas, Jr. and Stephen Shennan describe the statistical analysis they conducted on data that has been collected through prior efforts from Neolithic communities that existed approximately 9,000 years ago and what they learned as a result. Knowing when a given community, town or city is about to collapse could prove useful in the future as the planet continues to warm—how such communities responded to stresses that have occurred in the past, the researchers found, may offer clues to the robustness of modern communities.The European Neolithic was a time of huge population growth as agriculture allowed people to move into larger and larger communities and that allowed for technological advancement as many people discovered they no longer needed to spend their days hunting or growing food. But it was also a time of instability as increased population densities allowed diseases to spread more easily. There was also war and the always problematic unpredictable weather. Sometimes, such events led to the total collapse of a community. But before that happened, the researchers with this new effort contend, there were warning signs.To learn more about societal collapse during the Neolithic, the researchers pored over papers documenting archeological digs looking for population numbers along with information regarding evidence of prior events that may have signaled coming trouble. The focus of their research was how communities had responded to stresses in their recent past. Those that were not able to fully recover between events, they noted, were at the most risk of total collapse when a new event occurred. They dubbed such events early warning signals (EWSs). They then tried the opposite approach, looking first for EWSs for a given community and then using them to try to predict whether a given community eventually collapsed—they report that they found such signals to be remarkably accurate. They suggest similar models could be used to help predict which if any modern communities may be in for a similar fate. Explore further More information: Sean S. Downey et al. European Neolithic societies showed early warning signals of population collapse, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (2016). DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1602504113AbstractEcosystems on the verge of major reorganization—regime shift—may exhibit declining resilience, which can be detected using a collection of generic statistical tests known as early warning signals (EWSs). This study explores whether EWSs anticipated human population collapse during the European Neolithic. It analyzes recent reconstructions of European Neolithic (8–4 kya) population trends that reveal regime shifts from a period of rapid growth following the introduction of agriculture to a period of instability and collapse. We find statistical support for EWSs in advance of population collapse. Seven of nine regional datasets exhibit increasing autocorrelation and variance leading up to collapse, suggesting that these societies began to recover from perturbation more slowly as resilience declined. We derive EWS statistics from a prehistoric population proxy based on summed archaeological radiocarbon date probability densities. We use simulation to validate our methods and show that sampling biases, atmospheric effects, radiocarbon calibration error, and taphonomic processes are unlikely to explain the observed EWS patterns. The implications of these results for understanding the dynamics of Neolithic ecosystems are discussed, and we present a general framework for analyzing societal regime shifts using EWS at large spatial and temporal scales. We suggest that our findings are consistent with an adaptive cycling model that highlights both the vulnerability and resilience of early European populations. We close by discussing the implications of the detection of EWS in human systems for archaeology and sustainability science. Journal information: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences Ancient dental plaque sheds new light on the diet of Mesolithic foragers in the Balkans A regime shift model of population growth rate variability, radiocarbon date calibration, and EWSs that demonstrates CSD in growth rates can be recovered from simulated SPDs. Credit: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (2016). DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1602504113 © 2016 Phys.org
The residents of Sonia Vihar, Delhi, came up with a new initiative to promote clean river Yamuna. A one -day festival was celebrated by the Delhites at the bank of the river. The festival was a part of Yamuna aarti started by the local people of Sonia Vihar and surrounded areas. The event started with a kite festival that was attended by over hundred people from across the city. A street play, Kuch Baat Ho by Black Pearl Art was also organised that imparted the message to save and clean the natural resources.
New stalls for hawkers at Gariahat to have space for advertisementsNew stalls for hawkers at Gariahat to have space for advertisements
Kolkata: The new stalls that will be handed over to affected hawkers at Gariahat, will have space for advertisements at the back. The new concept was floated by Mayor Firhad Hakim, at a meeting with the hawkers’ organisation on Tuesday.”The stalls will have an attractive look, shaped like a square box. All 30 garment stalls that will come up will have space for advertisements. The lighting will be in a manner so that the advertisements can be seen from a distance,” said Member, Mayor-in-Council (Central Store) Tarak Singh. Also Read – Bose & Gandhi: More similar than apart, says Sugata BoseAccording to a senior official of KMC, the stalls will initially have the image of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, with the message that the government is with the hawkers (Hawker Der Sathe, Hawker Der Pashe). “We will be welcoming advertisements from private companies, which will add to the revenue of the civic body. This is the reason why we are designing the stalls in an attractive manner,” the official added. The Central Store is working on structuring the stalls in consultation with the hawkers. It has been decided that among the 30 stalls which will come up, seven will measure 6×3 feet while 23 will be 6×4 feet. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataIt may be mentioned that the hawkers at Gariahat were recently shown a model 6×4 feet stall but the hawkers wanted some alterations. The civic body has already prepared an artist’s impression of the stall but the design has not been completely finalised yet. “We have also planned a screen-like cover on top of the stall made of non-flammable material, so that customers face little difficulty in purchasing things even during the monsoon,” Singh said. A group of architects that the civic body has consulted, suggested that the stalls should not block the signboards of the permanent shops. After every 10 stalls, there will be a small exit. The exits will facilitate air circulation and enable hawkers and others to flee if there is an emergency. It may be recalled that a massive fire at Gariahat on January 20 had damaged 30 stalls.
UK subscription video-on-demand provider Lovefilm is to air original pilot shows from its parent company’s Amazon Studios unit.Lovefilm will host 11 original TV series test pilots for its members to stream for free. The kids and comedy content will be made available to Lovefilm subscribers in the UK and Germany, with viewers’ responses being taken into account by Amazon Studios in deciding which shows to take into full-season production.Amazon Studios made its first pilot commitment for six original comedy shows in December, and its kids shows takes to 11 the number of pilots currently in production.“Production is already underway for the first set of comedy pilots we announced in December, and now we are excited to add even more pilots to the list – five amazing preschool children’s series. Our children’s series come from industry luminaries with credits such as Blue’s Clues, Rugrats and Dino Dan. We think parents – and our very youngest customers – are going to love the magical combination of entertainment and learning that they’ll discover in these children’s series,” said Roy Price, director of Amazon Studios.The five kids pilots comprise Creative Galaxy, Oz Adventures, Teeny Tiny Dogs, Tumbleaf and The Untitled JJ Johnson Project, while the comedy shows are Alpha House, Browsers, Dark Minions, The Onion Presents: The News, Supernatural and Those Who Can’t.
Independent studio The Ink Factory has appointed iIndependent studio The Ink Factory has appointed i
Independent studio The Ink Factory has appointed industry heavyweight and former Zodiak UK boss Rod Henwood as its first chief strategy officer.Rod HenwoodHenwood will be responsible for strategy, partnerships, story-world development and marketing. He will also take a seat on Ink Factory’s board of directors.Former CEO of Zodiak in the UK, Benelux and India, and a key player in the launch of both Channel 4’s 4oD and JK Rowling’s Pottermore, Henwood has a track record of digital and intellectual property innovation, and has held key roles within organisations including ITV, Channel 4 and Fox Kids.Henwood departed his role at Zodiak, leaving in November 2016, following its €1bn merger with Banijay Group in February of that year.Simon and Stephen Cornwell, co-founders of The Ink Factory, said: “Rod is a trailblazer in the entertainment world, and it is great to have him join our ranks. We are thrilled that Rod is transitioning to a full-time role at The Ink Factory, where we have been benefitting from his brilliant commercial guidance for some months already.“As we continue to rewrite the rules as an independent studio and explore new frontiers of storytelling, we are delighted to have him at our side.”Henwood continues to serve as chairman of InQuisiTiVe Media, an on-demand television and games company specialising in creating and packaging intelligent quiz shows for the discerning viewer and founded by Henwood alongside Nick James and Marc-Antoine d’Halluin in 2017.This year the company is launching IQTV, a niche SVOD service offering “intelligent quiz shows for the discerning viewer”, featuring key titles from BBC Worldwide, Banijay Rights and Channel 4.
Jim Samples, president, international, Scripps Networks Interactive, talks about his company’s acquisition of Poland’s TVN and further plans in the CEE region.What were the attractions of TVN for Scripps and why is it a good fit for the group? We were looking to buy well-managed media groups in promising, growing markets. TVN in Poland fit all those criteria. Once they started the sales process, it became clear that this company checked a lot of boxes for what we were looking for in a media partner – a very well-managed and profitable company in a market that was welcoming to international investors, with a management team that was eager to stay on board. The other thing I very much liked is that they have so successfully managed this transition from being a broadcast network-type of company to a company with a suite of properties including strong thematic channels and a vision for moving loyal viewers to a non-linear platform in the shape of TVN Player.Poland represents a microcosm of trends in media and TVN is adapting and navigating those trends. They are a great fit. They appeal more to women, like we do, and they have an aspirational audience. The profile of their audience is attractive to us, particularly since we think they have an opportunity to continue to grow their thematic channels business and strengthen their network portfolio.How is the integration of the group progressing and what are your ambitions in Poland for the rest of the year?The transition is going smoothly. TVN is such an attractive company that we were happy to step up our participation. TVN has now been delisted, and we’re just working through that process. What that means is, we do not have two publicly traded companies to manage, which facilitates longer-term strategic planning.What specific synergies are there between TVN – including its free-to-air broadcast operations and its stake in nc+ – and Scripps’ existing pay TV business in the CEE region?Dorota Szelągowska in Poland’s version of Kitchen CrashersFirst, the investment we made was large, and it was about believing in the strategy and vision of TVN’s management team. We think they have a lot of opportunity to grow. That was the most important driver for the acquisition, rather than synergies. It was more about investing in their strategic plan and enhancing their lifestyle channels with our content and knowhow.We have already been looking at our formats and TVN was eager to look at those for things that make sense. The first one they are going to do is Kitchen Crashers, which has been a very successful format for us. TVN will begin production on that show for next year, and we will also share some programming from our U.S. output.There are other interesting opportunities to strengthen their thematic channels but the real strength of TVN is their prolific output of original programming that feeds their networks. That will very much continue. What we bring to the table is complementary.How attractive is the free TV market in Europe generally – and central and eastern Europe in particular – for Scripps and how big a part of the overall business do you envisage this becoming?We entered the Polish market nearly five years ago with the launch of Food Network. We acquired Travel Channel shortly thereafter. Today, we are participating in the Polish digital-terrestrial process to secure a license for a third channel in the market. This would mark our third FTA market in EMEA, which also includes the UK and Italy. We look at each market on a case-by-case basis. Does the advertising market support it? Is there a niche that we can carve out with a broad appeal for a free-to-air audience? We like the idea that between our own networks in Poland and what TVN brings to the table, we have a full suite of programming across the free-to-air spectrum.What are your main goals for your thematic channels in central and eastern Europe for the next year? Is it all about expanding distribution of existing services or do you plan any new brand launches?The TVN opportunity is unique and those don’t come along every day. We will continue to look at other opportunities in the region, but the core of our business, is our portfolio of channels – Food Network, Travel Channel and Fine Living. In the past year alone, we have announced 15 new launches across Central and Eastern Europe alone. Distribution has been growing, ratings have been growing, and we think there is more growth to be had so we will continue to invest in those channels. That said, our teams in the UK and in Poland – who are very familiar with those markets – will look for new opportunities, whether through organic growth of our channels, new partnerships or through new acquisitions.What plans do you have to further localise your services in the region and what level of content investment do you envisage to further this? What other plans do you have for new content across the region for the near term?A key driver for success in launching businesses around the world is localization. Today, we offer 10 localized feeds in 22 languages in 120 countries and territories across EMEA. Further investment in local productions will be a priority for us as we look to grow our business. Our goal is to be the market leader in lifestyle, food and travel in each of the markets in which we are present. We’ve made very good progress towards realising that vision.
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