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10 months agoLeeds to double their money with Samuel Saiz Getafe move

first_imgTagsTransfersAbout the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your say Leeds to double their money with Samuel Saiz Getafe moveby Carlos Volcano10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveLeeds United will make a tidy sum on the departure of Samuel Saiz to Getafe.The Mirror says they will pocket over £6million from Saiz’s move to Getafe.Leeds have allowed the unsettled Saiz to return home to Spain to join Getafe on loan from January 1 with a view to making the move permanent in the summer.It is understood they will receive a loan fee of close to £500,000 plus £5.8million when the transfer becomes permanent.Saiz, 27, cost Leeds around £3million from Huesca in July 2017 and had two-and-a-half years on his current deal. last_img read more

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Video: Marshall Football Is Fired Up After Its Win Over Purdue

first_imgMarshall players fired up in the locker room after win over Purdue.Instagram/@fleebandzMarshall is coming off of a fantastic 13-1 2014 season, while Purdue struggled to a 3-9 record. Today’s game at Marshall was not expected to be a highlight of the opening weekend of college football, but it was the only Sunday game, and fans were treated to a pretty exciting affair. In the end, the game was bookended by two pick-sixes for Marshall’s Tiquan Lang on the first play from scrimmage and with 1:20 remaining in the fourth, and the Thundering Herd won the game 41-31. Purdue isn’t the sexiest Big Ten win a team can get, but Marshall is going to celebrate anyway, and rightfully so. The team was pretty pumped in the locker room after the game, based on this video posted by wide receiver Deon-Tay McManus. Big 10 what ain’t no pressure with them herd boyz A video posted by Blessed (@fleebandz) on Sep 6, 2015 at 4:05pm PDT Purdue was the only power conference game on the schedule for Marshall, which travels to Ohio next weekend.last_img read more

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PRODUCTION BEGINS ON SEASON 2 OF BRAVO ORIGINAL SERIES CARTER

first_img Login/Register With: Advertisement NORTH BAY, ON – Bravo announced today that production is underway for Season 2 of its lighthearted mystery-crime drama CARTER, starring Jerry O’Connell. Shot in North Bay, ON, the sophomore season is set to debut later this year, exclusively on Bravo. Season 1 of CARTER is currently streaming only on Crave.The 10-episode, one-hour series also sees the return of co-stars  Sydney Poitier Heartsong (HOMECOMING) as Sam Shaw and Kristian Bruun (ORPHAN BLACK) as Dave Leigh, as well as Brenda Kamino (The Glass Castle) as Dot Yasuda.Canadian and CSA-winning actor Lyriq Bent (THE AFFAIR) joins the cast in Season 2 as Joyce Warwick Boyle, the new Interim Police Chief at Bishop PD. Described as a man with both swagger and edge, Boyle quickly establishes himself as a stern law man impressed with Sam and her abilities, while being equally unimpressed with Harley and his antics. As his admiration for Sam turns romantic, Harley and Dave discover Boyle is hiding an alarming and mysterious past. Advertisement Advertisement Facebookcenter_img Carter LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Twitter CARTER revolves around Harley Carter (O’Connell), the star of a hit detective series who decides to take a break from Hollywood. Upon returning to his northern hometown, Harley discovers that his years of playing a fictional detective come in handy when he finds himself immersed in real-life mysteries, including the unsolved disappearance of his mother which culminated in the Season 1 finale.In Season 2, Harley plants deeper roots as a celebrity P.I., using disguises to go undercover and doubling-down on his fame in a world where life continues to imitate TV. As Harley dives deeper into solving mysteries, he discovers that the toughest cases to solve are personal ones, as he finds himself embroiled in a love triangle with his best friend, Sam Shaw (Poitier Heartsong), and her new boss.“CARTER skillfully mocks traditional TV detective tropes while simultaneously honouring them in a self-aware and charming way that generates genuine audience appeal,” said Corrie Coe, Senior Vice-President, Original Programming, Bell Media. “With its exceptional returning cast led by the incomparable Jerry O’Connell, and our production partners at Amaze steering the ship, we are excited to be working on another captivating season of CARTER in North Bay.”“We look forward to growing our audience while bringing the fans an even more hilarious and adventurous second season,” said Teza Lawrence, Executive Producer, and Co-President of Amaze Film & TV. “We’re excited so many people around the world have become fans of our series,” added Michael Souther, Executive Producer, and Co-President of Amaze Film & TV. Outside of Canada, the series was commissioned by Sony Pictures Television (SPT) for AXN, returning for Season 2 in Spain, Latin America, Brazil, Japan, Central Europe, and Russia.  CARTER will also return to WGN America in the U.S. The series is distributed by SPT worldwide, excluding Canada. CARTER is produced by Amaze Film + Television and executive produced by the company’s founders Teza Lawrence and Michael Souther (Call Me Fitz, Saint Ralph) as well as series creator Garry Campbell, O’Connell, and Season 2 showrunner and EP Andy Berman. Season 1 of CARTER made Bravo the #1 entertainment specialty channel in its timeslot. Production Executive for Bell Media is Gosia Kamela. Tom Hastings is Director, Original Programming, Bell Media. Corrie Coe is Senior Vice-President, Original Programming, Bell Media. Pat DiVittorio is Vice-President, Programming, CTV and Specialty; Mike Cosentino is President, Content and Programming, Bell Media. Randy Lennox is President, Bell Media.last_img read more

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Norman Rockwells 3 sons seek to halt sale of his artworks

first_imgBOSTON – Norman Rockwell’s three sons were among several people who went to court on Friday seeking to halt a museum’s plans to sell 40 works of art, including two by him.A complaint seeking a temporary restraining order filed in Berkshire Superior Court alleges the board of trustees at the Berkshire Museum in Pittsfield contracted with Sotheby’s for a public auction of the works before it announced its plans publicly, acted in breach of its fiduciary duties and trust and acted without legal authority to sell the art.The planned sale is against Massachusetts laws establishing the museum, which requires the museum to maintain any gifts it receives “for the people of Berkshire County and the general public,” the complaint says.“Once sold, it is highly unlikely that any of the pieces will remain in Berkshire County or in a public institution where they can be seen and enjoyed,” the complaint says.Besides Thomas, Jarvis and Peter Rockwell, the plaintiffs include two local artists and several members of the museum. They are represented by the Boston law firm Foley Hoag LLP.The museum has consistently stood by its decision to sell the art.“We believe we have strong legal grounds for our deaccessioning and we are confident in our new vision plan which will allow this important local museum to continue to contribute to the educational and cultural life of this region for another century,” trustees president Elizabeth McGraw said in a statement on Friday.The museum came under intense national and local criticism after it announced in July that is was auctioning the art.The American Alliance of Museums and the Association of Art Museum Directors said in a joint statement that the sale violated a sacred museum rule that collections are not to be sold to pay bills.The works for sale include Rockwell’s “Shaftsbury Blacksmith Shop” and “Shuffleton’s Barbershop,” both of which the illustrator gave as gifts to the museum when he lived in nearby Stockbridge. Works by Alexander Calder, Albert Bierstadt and George Henry Durrie also are on the auction block.Museum trustees and officials say the museum is in dire financial straits and may close for good if it doesn’t sell the works. They say it is hoped that the sale will raise as much as $60 million, which will be used to boost the endowment by $40 million, with the other $20 million being used to renovate the museum as it changes its mission to focus more on natural history and science.The complaint says the museum’s financial troubles are greatly exaggerated.last_img read more

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Council approves new property tax rates for 2018

first_imgHere is a breakdown of the new tax rates.Property Tax Rates for the City of Fort St. John will increase in 2018. FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Fort St. John City Council has approved new tax rates for 2018, that will see the tax rate increase for almost all property owners in the city.In April, the City’s General Manager of Corporate Services David Joy gave a presentation on the proposed tax rates for 2018.  Joy explained that after Assessment BC finalized property assessments earlier this Spring, the value of property assessments in Fort St. John actually decreased an average of seven percent compared to last year, while business property assessments increased just over three percent. Overall, the city saw property values drop by roughly $200 million, from $3.8 billion to $3.6 billion.Joy said in April that the rate increase is needed to keep revenues the same as in 2017 in order to maintain the same services the City provided last year. He explained that homeowners whose properties dropped in value by the average of seven percent will actually pay less in property taxes this year, while those whose property values were unchanged will see a $40 increase this year.last_img read more

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Fort St John RCMP investigate theft from local auction yard

first_imgItem 1:2012 Polaris Razor 900Black in colour with yellow/green markingsItem 2:Sony 450w Mini HI-FI Component System #LBT-DJ2iThe Fort St. John RCMP continue to investigate and are asking anyone who has information in this matter to contact them at 250-787-8100 or CrimeStoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS. FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Fort St. John RCMP received a report of a theft that occurred on September 7 from the Short Busche Auction yard.According to RCMP, the theft occurred sometime between September 6, at 8:00 p.m. and September 7, at 9:00 a.m.The items are described as:last_img read more

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LeBrons Growth As A Player Shows In His Leadership

Put LeBron James on a team with Kyrie Irving, one of the game’s top young point guards, and throw in Kevin Love, a 6-foot-9 scorer from the perimeter and in the post, and the Cleveland Cavaliers looked to be on their way.Then the NBA season started. The Cavs were smoked in their season-opener and dismantled Tuesday night in Portland. This is where James showed his most significant growth. He did not show panic or even frustration. He talked of remaining a team, of leading by example, of being patient, of teaching.Now he is getting it. LeBron James understands the magnitude of his presence.“There’s a lot of bad habits; a lot of bad habits have been built up over the last couple of years and when you play that style of basketball it takes a lot to get it up out of you,” James said. “But I’m here to help and that’s what it’s about.”Some of the best leaders in NBA history got it done on the court, confronted teammates when necessary and sent poignant messages through the media. James, in his post-defeat interview, showed he has learned how to send a message to the team without directly speaking to anyone.“Everyone wants to win, I would hope,” James said. “Would you rather play selfish basketball and lose, or play unselfish basketball and sacrifice and win? So you pick it.”He was speaking to his new teammates. But were they listening?The consensus best player on the planet has become adept at the mind games. He low balls expectations so progress can be viewed as special. Cunning.“Hopefully not too long, but it could go on for a couple months until we’re all on the same page,” he said. Inside he must have been smiling. Taking two months to flow could be tantamount to trouble. . . and inciting a doubting public.“We know exactly where we need to be both offensively and defensively and we buy in on what it takes to win,” James said. “I think a lot of people get it misconstrued on what it takes to win [by thinking] just scoring or just going out and trying to will it yourself. This is a team game and you have to rely on your teammates as well. So we will get an understanding of that as the time goes on.”Clearly, James, motivational speaker, has the ear of his teammates. And until things turn around, he will continue to deliver it. read more

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Lemon Grove Goodwill briefly evacuated after practice grenade scare

first_img Posted: October 13, 2018 LEMON GROVE (KUSI) – The Lemon Grove Goodwill store had to be evacuated Saturday after authorities received a report of a grenade being found.Dispatchers were told around 10:30 a.m. that someone found a possibly- functional grenade at the Goodwill on Broadway near Lemon Grove Avenue, according to the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department.The Bomb and Arson Unit went to the store to investigate.A sheriff’s department spokesman said he couldn’t confirm if the grenade was determined to be live or not, but said investigators had cleared the scene and the store was safe to enter.The item was a non-explosive practice grenade, according to San Diego County Sheriff’s Department. KUSI Newsroom, October 13, 2018 Lemon Grove Goodwill briefly evacuated after practice grenade scare KUSI Newsroom Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

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Folio Show Speaker Report Make the Most of Live Events

first_img We had everyone divide up into parties of 10, and each table was challenged to create their own cocktail. And then there was a taste test and one table would win. It was fun and it got people interacting. That whole thing cost us $6,000, and the impact was huge. People were talking about it for days. My session is oriented toward media people who are doing events or are interested in starting, to share with them some of the best practices in the corporate world, where event marketers are doing a fantastic job creating on-site experiences that increase the value of their events. Kerry Smith knows events. As senior vice president of the Marketing Communications Group at Access Intelligence, Smith oversees Event Marketer magazine, which he founded, as well as Multichannel Merchant, and the performance marketing conference LeadsCon. He’s also the author of the recently released book “Experiential Marketing.” Folio: What do Folio: Show attendees have to look forward to at your session? Folio: What are the biggest mistakes media companies make when planning events? In the session, I’ll be talking about events from our perspective as corporate event marketers. Companies like Cisco and Coca Cola are creating their own live events for their customers, and in many cases, they’re doing it differently than media companies. Folio: What’s one of the best on-site experience you’ve been a part of? One thing that media companies can do is to focus on what type of experience they’re providing. From the look and feel, signage and registration, to food and beverages. You don’t have to break the bank, but you have to think creatively and focus on investing dollars where they’ll have the most impact. Don’t think, “how little can I spend?” Think, “how can I spend in a creative way that maximizes the effect for people on-site.”center_img Smith: One is giving away too much and not valuing their events as a premium opportunity. A lot of companies will create live events and treat them as a value-added to their larger advertising programs. But more and more, marketers are putting a lot of value in getting in front of their prospective customers, and being face-to-face. Kerry Smith: Media companies are in a perfect position to bring their communities together because of their ability to utilize content to attract an audience, and to build credibility for their brands through high-quality content. So as more and more media companies explore live events as a way to bring their brands to life, it’s really important to deliver a meaningful and quality experience that reflects positively back onto the media brand. As a noted speaker at the Folio: Show on Nov. 1 and 2, Smith will host a session entitled “Create an Onsite Experience Attendees and Sponsors Love.” Here, he tells Folio: how media companies can make the most out of their own events. Smith: It was one that we did. We asked ourselves how to get our attendees to interact with each other in a way that didn’t seem cheesy or forced. So we brought in a professional mixologist who gave a tutorial to about 500 people on how to make craft cocktails. Second, there has been a mentality to look at conferences and tradeshows in terms of “how little do we need to spend to pull it off?” A big part of what I’m going to talk about is how you can do small things that create a big impact with the audience. Editor’s note: Access Intelligence is the parent company of Folio:.last_img read more

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There is no other feeling like Theatre Adoor Gopalakrishnan

first_imgIn an attempt to honour theatrical excellence specifically famous theatre personage filmmaker Adoor Gopalakrishnan, the Living Legend Series of 18th Bharat Rang Mahotsav hosted an event to felicitate him. The event was held on Tuesday in the national Capital.Born in the era of British India, Adoor Gopalakrishnan is an eminent director and story writer. An award winning artist in the field of film making, Adoor Gopalakrishnan has given the audience amazing artworks like Swayamvaram and Randaanum. He has also been associated to the roots of theatre in the long run. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’“The power of stage is so great that nobody can control it when it attracts you. When it attracted me, I realised that theatre is my area and I devoted my life to it. There is no other feeling like theatre and this is its beauty”, commented Adoor Gopalkrishnan on the beginning of his journey.When the audience asked about his genre of films and the idea behind the theme, he said, “The protagonist of my films is a character who has been left behind by passage of time. It revolves around crisis of misfits.” Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixAs the impact of natural beauty of Kerala has dominated the space in his films, Gopalakrishnan explained, “I prefer to involve all the five major elements of earth in my films.”Focusing on the trend of today’s cinema, Gopalakrishnan mentioned: “The popular cinema of today is the confined cinema. “It is in limit to what the audience wants to see. Audience do not want to think when they watch a cinema.”Play directors Alok Rajwade, Kailash Panigrahi, Rakesh Bedi and Ronlin Foreman, of plays namely Bin Kamche Sanwad, Ghinua, Mera Wo Matlab Nahi Tha and USA’s presentation Pigeon Show: A Play of Fools interacted with the audience in an open session.Mentioning about his ideology of theatre, eminent actor and director Rakesh Bedi said: “I believe in entertainment. To present your views in front of audience, it has to be in an entertaining form. “You cannot go forward and state the facts or views and hope for a positive response.”last_img read more

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Yelp Listings Reviews to Be Featured in Yahoo Search Results

first_imgFebruary 10, 2014 If you use Yahoo to search for local businesses, your search results are about to get a lot more detailed. The tech giant is partnering with customer review site Yelp to integrate the site’s business listings and review data into Yahoo’s search engine.So, if you’re walking around your neighborhood and looking for a local coffee shop, Yahoo’s search engine could soon provide more than just a link to the business’s website — including the shop’s address, hours and some customer reviews.News of the partnership was unveiled last week at a Yahoo employee meeting, The Wall Street Journal reported. A Yelp spokesperson declined to comment about the partnership.The deal with Yelp could help differentiate Yahoo’s search engine from Google’s and Microsoft’s Bing, according to the WSJ report. While Yahoo and Microsoft’s search results differ, the companies have a partnership whereby Microsoft manages the technology platforms that deliver the algorithmic and paid search results for both companies.Related: At Yahoo, a $42 Million Change of Heart Enroll Now for Free Free Workshop | August 28: Get Better Engagement and Build Trust With Customers Nowcenter_img This hands-on workshop will give you the tools to authentically connect with an increasingly skeptical online audience. 1 min readlast_img read more

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Sky Deutschland expects to achieve positive fully

first_imgSky Deutschland expects to achieve positive full-year EBITDA for this year and strong growth thereafter, following a 2012 in which it increased its premium HD customer base by over half and more than doubled its Sky Plus DVR base.Sky HD customers increased by 56% in 2012 to reach 1.514 million, while the Sky Plus DVR base grew by 126% to reach 929,000. Multiroom customers increased by 98% to 346,000.Sky Go, the operator’s TV Everywhere service, saw use increase by 355% to 33.3 million logins. Sky last week introduced its Sky Guide on the service, enabling customer to programme their Sky Plus DVR from the Sky Go app on their iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch, as well as via the web.Sky had a total customer base of 3.363 million at the end of the year, up 12%.The operator posted revenues of €1.333 billion, up 17%, and negative EBITDA of €51.1 million, an improvement of €104.4 million year-on-year.“In 2012 we have achieved a strong operating profit, which was mainly driven by our customer focus and the ongoing expansion of our programming and product offerings. The excellent response to our innovative services like Sky Go and Sky Anytime reflect our high customer satisfaction and customer retention levels and clearly demonstrate the potential for further growth,” said CEO Brian Sullivan.last_img read more

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Number of Mega Data Breaches jumped from 1 to 8 in 2013

first_imgAdvertisement After lurking in the shadows for the first ten months of 2013, cybercriminals unleashed the most damaging series of cyberattacks in history.Symantec’s Internet Security Threat Report (ISTR), Volume 19, shows a significant shift in cybercriminal behavior, revealing the bad guys are plotting for months before pulling off huge heists – instead of executing quick hits with smaller rewards.“One mega breach can be worth 50 smaller attacks,” said Sheldon Hand, regional manager for Rest of Africa, Symantec. “While the level of sophistication continues to grow among attackers, what was surprising last year was their willingness to be a lot more patient – waiting to strike until the reward is bigger and better.” – Advertisement – In 2013, there was a 62 percent increase in the number of data breaches from the previous year, resulting in more than 552 million identities exposed – proving cybercrime remains a real and damaging threat to consumers and businesses alike.“Security incidents, managed well, can actually enhance customer perceptions of a company; managed poorly, they can be devastating,” wrote Ed Ferrara, VP and principal analyst, Forrester Research. “If customers lose trust in a company because of the way the business handles personal data and privacy, they will easily take their business elsewhere.”Defense is Harder than OffenseThe size and scope of breaches is exploding, putting the trust and reputation of businesses at risk, and increasingly compromising consumers’ personal information – from credit card numbers and medical records to passwords and bank account details. Each of the eight top data breaches in 2013 resulted in the loss of tens of millions of data records. By comparison, 2012 only had a single data breach reach that threshold.“Nothing breeds success like success – especially if you’re a cybercriminal,” said Hand. “The potential for huge paydays means large-scale attacks are here to stay. Companies of all sizes need to re-examine, re-think and possibly re-architect their security posture.”Targeted attacks were up 91 percent and lasted an average of three times longer compared to 2012. Personal assistants and those working in public relations were the two most targeted professions – cybercriminals use them as a stepping stone toward higher-profile targets like celebrities or business executives.last_img read more

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