February 22 2002 February Workshoppers Anna Gork

first_imgFebruary 22, 2002 FebruaryWorkshoppers, Anna Gorka and Jung Kwon, unload a sheet of plywood fromthe truck which goes to Phoenix and Prescott for purchasing few times aweek. [T] The newly unloadedplywood will be used for the second floor slab forms in the East Crescent construction inweeks to come. [T] Brigid Kutner, helpsin the Garden as a part of her participation in theworkshop. She learned about Arcosanti through a unique exploratoryprogram called “Learning through Experience”. [photo: Wes Ozier & text: T] Michael Lengton alsocame from “Learning through Experience” that offers direct access to avariety of alternative and experiential learning programs. [photo: Wes Ozier & text: T]last_img

Rep Albert Michigan House approves car insurance reform now its time to

first_img Rep. Thomas Albert and the state House today approved a historic plan to reform Michigan’s car insurance system and lower rates for all drivers.The plan – approved with bipartisan support after weeks of negotiation – guarantees lower rates by giving drivers more choice on personal injury protection coverage, stops price gouging on medical services for car accident victims, and combats fraudulent claims. All Michigan drivers will save money on the personal injury protection portion of their policies, and some could save hundreds of dollars a year, depending on which coverage options they choose.The bipartisan solution is designed to end Michigan’s long tenure as the state with the most expensive car insurance rates in the nation. The plan should soon be headed to the governor for her expected signature.“The high cost of car insurance has been a huge issue – one I heard about constantly even before becoming our communities’ representative in the state House,” said Albert, of Lowell. “We’re as close to reform as we’ve ever been, and now it’s time to finish the job. I’m optimistic the plan will be signed into law by the governor, giving families much deserved and long overdue financial relief.”Michigan’s costs are high largely because it’s the only state mandating unlimited lifetime health care coverage through car insurance. The reform plan allows those currently using the coverage to keep it, and those who want it in the future to continue buying it – while providing more affordable options.The legislation is Senate Bill 1.##### Categories: Albert News,News 24May Rep. Albert: Michigan House approves car insurance reform; now it’s time to ‘finish the job’last_img read more

Croatian cable operator Bnet part of Telekom Aus

first_imgCroatian cable operator B.net, part of Telekom Austria-owned telecoms operator Vipnet, has added local music service CMC to its programming line-up.CMC will share a frequency with kids channel Mini TV. The music channel will air from 20:00-07:00, with the kids service available during daytime hours.last_img

US cable operator Charter Communications has becom

first_imgUS cable operator Charter Communications has become the latest operator in the market to launch a low-cost OTT TV offering, in its case targeted exclusively at its own broadband-only subscribers.Spectrum TV Essentials is targeted at Charter subscribers that don’t take the operator’s pay TV services. The service, to be launched at the end of March, will include over 60 channels and access to associated on-demand content. Charter has struck agreements with programmers including Viacom, Discovery, A&E, AMC and Hallmark to populate the service.Tom RutledgeThe service will be available for US$14.99 a month plus tax, with no fees or installation charges. The line-up will be available through the Spectrum TV App on devices including iOS and Android phones and tablets, Apple TV, Roku, Xbox One, Amazon Kindle Fire, Samsung Smart TVs and computers via SpectrumTV.com.In the coming months, Charter plans to introduce a Cloud DVR service on the Spectrum TV App.In addition to the channels on the service, from May Spectrum Originals will be available to Spectrum TV Essential customers.Viacom is a key partner in the venture, which chimes with Viacom CEO Bob Bakish’s strategy of targeting skinny bundle offerings in the US as an underserved market for content.“Spectrum TV Essentials is an OTT offering designed to provide Spectrum Internet-only customers a new low-price, high-value video option. As we began to assemble the rights for this new video service, we received great enthusiasm and encouragement from these key programming partners, who share our view and embrace creating an innovative video offering we believe will resonate with our internet customers. Notably, Viacom shared its strong belief and research that suggests there is a large untapped opportunity for a low-priced, entertainment-only bundle unencumbered by the high cost of broadcast retransmission consent fees and expensive sports programming,” said Tom Rutledge, Charter chairman and CEO.“We’re thrilled to expand and deepen our relationship with Charter. They share both our commitment to the evolution of the the Pay TV ecosystem as well as our understanding of the changing needs of consumers. As the video marketplace continues to segment across price points and offerings, we believe a high quality, lower priced option for internet-only subscribers is very important.   We’re excited to have our global brands as part of Spectrum TV Essentials at launch,” said Viacom’s Bakish.last_img read more

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first_imgShareTweet SINN councillor Kevin Campbell has condemned a number of incidents in Derry’s Creggan estated during which windows were broken in a number of houses.Councillor Campbell said;“These attacks  are wrong and I utterly condemn them.“Everyone should have the right to live free from fear of intimidation or attack in their own home.“I would call on anyone with information on these incidents to bring it forward to the PSNI.” CAMPBELL CONDEMNS ATTACK ON CREGGAN HOMESCOUNCILLOR KEVIN CAMPBELLSinn Feincenter_img CAMPBELL CONDEMNS ATTACK ON CREGGAN HOMES was last modified: August 1st, 2016 by John2John2 Tags:last_img