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

Swiss pay TV provider TeleClub has struck a deal w

first_imgSwiss pay TV provider TeleClub has struck a deal with UEFA for Champions League and Europa League rights for the next two seasons.TeleClub will air the matches in HD. In German-speaking areas TeleClub will offer all Champions League matches and a selection of Europa League games in partnership with Sky Deutschland. In Suisse-Romande TeleClub will offer a selection of the top matches with commentary in French.last_img

Local television network Sheffield Live TV launch

first_imgLocal television network Sheffield Live! TV launched yesterday evening, broadcasting in the Yorkshire city on Freeview Channel 8 and Virgin Cable channel 159.The channel is the latest local TV launch in the UK, with broadcast regulator Ofcom having issued 30 local TV licences across the UK, with a second phase of licensing already underway.Some six other stations have already gone on air, including London Live. However, earlier this month, Ofcom said that it is “very unlikely” that all the new local TV stations being licensing will succeed, after Birmingham’s City TV became the first to go bust in August.last_img