The TV Shows That Have Been Renewed or Cancelled for 20172018

first_imgAdvertisement Image via FXXIdiotsitter (Comedy Central): Renewed through Season 2Insecure (HBO): Renewed through Season 2.Inside Amy Schumer (Comedy Central): Renewed through Season 5Into the Badlands (AMC): Renewed through Season 3It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia (FXX): Renewed through Season 14iZombie (CW): Renewed through Season 4J Image via ABCGrantchester (PBS): Renewed through Season 2Grey’s Anatomy (ABC): Renewed through Season 14Grimm (NBC): Renewed through Season 6 (final season)HHalt and Catch Fire (AMC): Renewed through Season 4 (Final Season)The Handmaid’s Tale (Hulu): Renewed through Season 2Hand of God (Amazon): Renewed through Season 2Hap & Leonard (Sundance): Renewed through Season 3Haters Back Off (Netflix): Renewed through Season 2Hawaii Five-0 (CBS): Renewed through Season 8High Maintenance (HBO): Renewed through Season 2Homeland (Showtime): Renewed through Season 8House of Cards (Netflix): Renewed through Season 5House of Lies (Showtime): Ending with Season 5How to Get Away with Murder (ABC): Renewed through Season 4Humans (AMC): Renewed through Season 3I Image via the CWThe 100 (CW): Renewed through Season 5AAdventure Time (Cartoon Network): Renewed through Season 9 (final season)The Affair (Showtime): Renewed through Season 4Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.(ABC): Renewed through Season 4Almost Royal (BBC America): Renewed through Season 2American Crime (ABC): Renewed through Season 3American Dad! (TBS): Renewed through Seasons 11 & 12American Gods (Starz): Renewed through Season 2American Horror Story (FX): Renewed through Season 7 Advertisement The Carmichael Show (NBC): Renewed through Season 2Castle (ABC): CancelledCasual (Hulu): Renewed through Season 3The Catch (ABC): Renewed through Season 2Channel Zero (Syfy): Renewed through Season 4Chelsea (Netflix): Renewed through Season 2Chicago Fire (NBC): Renewed through Season 6Chicago PD (NBC): Renewed through Season 5Chicago Med (NBC): Renewed through Season 3Childrens Hospital (Adult Swim): Renewed through Season 7 (final season)Code Black (CBS): Renewed through Season 2Colony (USA): Renewed through Season 3Comedy Bang! Bang! (IFC): CancelledCrashing (HBO): Renewed through Season 2Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (CW): Renewed through Season 2Criminal Minds (CBS): Renewed through Season 12Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders (CBS): Renewed through Season 2The Crown (Netflix): Renewed through Season 2DDaredevil (Netflix): Renewed through Season 2 Image via AMCBillions (Showtime): Renewed through Season 3black-ish (ABC): Renewed through Season 4The Blacklist (NBC): Renewed through Season 5Black Sails (Starz): Renewed through Season 4 (final season)Blindspot (NBC): Renewed through Season 3Bloodline (Netflix): Renewed through Season 3 (final season)Blue Bloods (CBS): Renewed through Season 8Blunt Talk (Starz): CanceledBob’s Burgers (Fox): Renewed through Season 8Bojack Horseman (Netflix): Renewed through Season 3Bones (Fox): Renewed through Season 12 (final season)Bosch (Amazon): Renewed Through Season 3BrainDead (CBS): Cancelled 2 Broke Girls (CBS): Renewed through Season 612 Monkeys (Syfy): Renewed through Season 4 (Final Season) Image via NetflixUnbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (Netflix): Renewed through Season 3Underground (WGNA): Renewed through Season 2UnReal (Lifetime): Renewed through Season 3VThe Vampire Diaries(CW): Renewed through Season 8 (final season)Van Helsing (Syfy): Renewed through Season 2Veep (HBO): Renewed through Season 6Versailles (Ovation): Renewed through Season 3Vikings (History): Renewed through Season 5Voltron: Legendary Defender: Renewed through Season 2WThe Walking Dead (AMC): Renewed through Season 8Wayward Pines (Fox): Renewed through Season 2Westworld (HBO): Renewed through Season 2Workaholics (Comedy Central): Ending with Season 7Wrecked (TBS): Renewed through Season 2Wynonna Earp (Syfy): Renewed through Season 2YYounger (TV Land): Renewed through Season 4Young & Hungry (Freeform): Renewed through Season 4You’re the Worst (FXX): Renewed through Season 4ZZ Nation (Syfy): Renewed through Season 4Zoo (CBS): Renewed through Season 3 Image via AMC Image via HBOThe Simpsons (Fox): Renewed through Season 30Six (History): Renewed through Season 2Sleepy Hollow (Fox): CancelledSneaky Pete (Amazon): Renewed through Season 2Son of Zorn (Fox): CancelledSouth Park (Comedy Central): Renewed through 2019Spotless (Esquire): Renewed through Season 2Stitchers (Freeform): Renewed through Season 3Star (Fox): Renewed through Season 2Star Wars: Rebels: Renewed through Season 4 (final season)The Strain (FX): Renewed through Season 4 (final season)Stranger Things (Netflix): Renewed through Season 2Suits (USA): Renewed through Season 7Supergirl (CW): Renewed through Season 3Superior Donuts (CBS): Renewed through Season 2Supernatural (CW): Renewed through Season 12Superstore (NBC): Renewed through Season 3Survivor’s Remorse (Starz): Renewed through Season 4Sweet/Vicious (MTV): CancelledSwitched at Birth (Freeform): Renewed through Season 5 (final season)TTaboo (FX): Renewed through Season 2Taken (Fox): Renewed through Season 2Teachers (TV Land): Renewed through Season 2Teen Wolf (MTV): Renewed through Season 6 (final season)This Is Us (NBC): Renewed through Season 3Those Who Can’t (truTV): Renewed through Season 3Time After Time (ABC): CancelledTimeless (NBC): CancelledTop of the Lake (SundanceTV): Renewed through Season 2Transparent (Amazon Prime): Renewed through Season 4Trollhunters (Netflix): Renewed through Season 2True Detective (HBO): Nobody knows Image via StarzPerson of Interest (CBS): Will end after Season 5Pitch (Fox): CancelledPlaying House (USA): Renewed through Season 3Please Like Me (Hulu): CancelledPoldark (BBC): Renewed through Season 3Portlandia (IFC): Renewed through Seasons 6 and 7Power (Starz): Renewed through Season 5Powerless (NBC): CanceledThe Powerpuff Girls (Cartoon Network): Renewed through Season 2Preacher (AMC): Renewed through Season 2Pretty Little Liars (Freeform): Will end after Season 7QQuantico (ABC): Renewed through Season 2Queen Sugar (OWN): Renewed through Season 2RRay Donovan (Showtime): Renewed through Season 5Real Rob (Netflix): Renewed through Season 2Red Oaks (Amazon): Renewed through Season 3 (final season)Regular Show (Cartoon Network): Renewed through Season 8 (final season)Reign (CW): Ending after Season 4The Returned (SundanceTV): Renewed through Season 2Review (Comedy Central): Renewed through Season 3 (final season) Advertisement Image via Netflix.Broad City (Comedy Central): Renewed through Season 5Brockmire (IFC): Renewed through Season 2Brooklyn Nine-Nine (Fox): Renewed through Season 4Bull (CBS): Renewed through Season 2CCall The Midwife (PBS): Renewed through Season 8 Image via FXThe Magicians (Syfy): Renewed through Season 3Major Crimes (TNT): Renewed through Season 5Making History (Fox): CancelledThe Man in the High Castle (Amazon): Renewed through Season 3Man Seeking Woman (FXX): CancelledMan with a Plan (CBS): Renewed through Season 2Marco Polo (Netflix): CancelledMaron (IFC): Renewed through Season 4Marseille (Netflix): Renewed through Season 2The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (Amazon): Renewed through Season 2Master of None (Netflix): Renewed through Season 2The Mick (Fox): Renewed through Season 2The Middle (ABC): Renewed through Season 9The Mindy Project (Hulu): Renewed through 6th and Final SeasonThe Missing (Starz): Renewed through Season 2Modern Family (ABC): Renewed through Season 10Mom (CBS): Renewed through Season 5Mozart in the Jungle (Amazon): Renewed through Season 4Mr. Robot (USA): Renewed through Season 3center_img Jane the Virgin (CW): Renewed through Season 3The Jim Gaffigan Show (TV Land): CancelledKKevin Can Wait (CBS): Renewed through Season 2Killjoys (Syfy): Renewed through Season 2Kingdom (AT&T/DirecTV): Renewed through Season 3The Knick (Cinemax): CancelledLLady Dynamite (Netflix): Renewed through Season 2The Last Man on Earth (Fox): Renewed through Season 4Last Man Standing (ABC): CancelledThe Last Ship (TNT): Renewed through Season 5Law & Order SVU (NBC): Renewed Season 17The Leftovers (HBO): Renewed through Season 3 (final season)Legends of Chamberlain Heights (Comedy Central): Renewed through Season 2Legends of Tomorrow (CW): Renewed through Season 3Legion (FX): Renewed through Season 2Lethal Weapon (Fox): Renewed through Season 2The Librarians (TNT): Renewed through Season 4Life in Pieces (CBS): Renewed through Season 3Longmire (A&E/Netflix): Renewed by Netflix through final Season 6Lucifer (FOX): Renewed through Season 3Luke Cage (Netflix): Renewed through Season 2MMacGyver (CBS): Renewed through Season 2Madam Secretary (CBS): Renewed through Season 4 Image via FXThe Americans (FX): Renewed through Season 8 (final season)Angie Tribeca (TBS): Renewed through Season 2Animal Kingdom (TNT): Renewed through Season 3Another Period (Comedy Central): Renewed through Season 3Archer (FX): Renewed through Season 7Arrow (CW): Renewed through Season 6Ash vs. Evil Dead (Starz): Renewed through Season 3Atlanta (FX): Renewed through Season 2Awkward (MTV): Renewed through Season 5 (final season)BBallers (HBO): Renewed through Season 3Banshee (Cinemax): Renewed through Season 4 (final season)Baskets (FX): Renewed through Season 3Bates Motel (A&E): Renewed through Season 5th (final season)Beauty and the Beast (CW): Renewed through Season 4Being Mary Jane (BET): Renewed through Season 3Better Call Saul (AMC): Renewed through Season 3Better Things (FX): Renewed through Season 2Beyond (Freeform): Renewed through Season 2The Big Bang Theory (CBS): Renewed through Season 12 LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Image via Comedy CentralRick and Morty (Adult Swim): Renewed through Season 3Riverdale (The CW): Renewed through Season 2Rizzoli & Isles (TNT): Renewed through Season 7Roadies (Showtime): CancelledRosewood (FOX): CancelledRoyal Pains (USA): Renewed through Seasons 7 and 8The Royals (E!): Renewed through Season 4SSalem (WGN America): Cancelled after Season 3Santa Clarita Diet (Netflix): Renewed through Season 2Schitt’s Creek (Pop): Renewed through Season 4Scandal (ABC): Renewed through Season 7 (final season)Scorpion (CBS): Renewed through Season 4Scream (MTV): Renewed through Season 4Scream Queens (Fox): Renewed through Season 2Search Party (TBS): Renewed through Season 2Secrets & Lies (ABC): Renewed through Season 2A Series of Unfortunate Events (Netflix): Renewed through Season 3Shades of Blue (NBC): Renewed through Season 2Shadowhunters (Freeform): Renewed through Season 3Shameless (Showtime): Renewed through Season 8The Shannara Chronicles (MTV): Renewed through Season 2Sherlock (PBS): Renewed through Season 4Shooter (USA): Renewed through Season 2Shut Eye (Hulu): Renewed through Season 2Silicon Valley (HBO): Renewed through Season 4 Turn: Washington’s Spies (AMC): Renewed through Season 4 (final season)Tyrant (FX): CancelledU Image via NetflixDark Matter (Syfy): Renewed through Season 2The Detour (TBS): Renewed through Season 2Detroiters (Comedy Central): Renewed through Season 2Deutschland 83 (SundanceTV): Renewed through Season 2Difficult People (Hulu): Renewed through Season 2Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency (BBC American): Renewed through Season 2Divorce (HBO): Renewed through Season 2Doctor Ken (ABC): Renewed through Season 2Doctor Who (BBC America): Season 9 premieres in 2015Documentary Now! (IFC): Renewed through Season 3Doubt (CBS): CancelledDrunk History (Comedy Central): Renewed through Season 5EElementary (CBS): Renewed through Season 5Empire (Fox): Renewed through Season 4Episodes (Showtime): Renewed through Season 5The Expanse (Syfy): Renewed through Season 3FFalling Skies (TNT): Renewed through Season 5 (finale season)Falling Water (USA): Renewed through Season 2 Image via USANNarcos (Netflix): Renewed through Season 4Nashville (ABC): Renewed through Season 6 on CMTNathan through You (Comedy Central): Renewed through Season 4New Girl (Fox): Renewed through Season 6NCIS (CBS): Renewed through Season 15NCIS: LA (CBS): Renewed through Season 9NCIS: New Orleans (CBS): Renewed through Season 4The Night Shift (NBC): Renewed through Season 3No Tomorrow (CW): CancelledNobodies (Comedy Central): Renewed through Season 2OThe OA (Netflix) Renewed through Season 2Odd Mom Out (Bravo): Renewed through Season 3One Mississippi (Amazon): Renewed through Season 2Once Upon a Time (ABC): Renewed through Season 6Orange is the New Black (Netflix): Renewed through Season 7The Originals (CW): Renewed through Season 5Orphan Black (BBC America): Renewed through Season 5 (final season)Outlander (Starz): Renewed through Season 4Outsiders (WGN America): Cancelled Facebook Image via The CWFargo (FX): Renewed through Season 3Fear the Walking Dead (AMC): Renewed through Season 4Flaked (Netflix): Renewed through Season 2The Flash (CW): Renewed through Season 4Fortitude (Amazon): Renewed through Season 2; Picked up by Amazon after Pivot foldedThe Fosters (Freeform): Renewed through Season 4Frequency (CW): CancelledFresh Off the Boat (ABC): Renewed through Season 3From Dusk Till Dawn (El Rey): Renewed through Season 3Fuller House (Netflix): Renewed through Season 2GGame of Thrones (HBO): Renewed through Season 7Genius (NatGeo): Renewed through Season 2Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce (Bravo): Renewed through Season 5 (final season)Girls (HBO): Renewed through Season 6The Goldbergs (ABC): Renewed through Season 4Goliath (Amazon): Renewed through Season 2Good Behavior (TNT): Renewed through Season 2The Good Fight (CBS All Access): Renewed through Season 2Good Girls Revolt (Amazon): CancelledThe Good Place (NBC): Renewed through Season 2Gotham (Fox): Renewed through Season 4Grace and Frankie (Netflix): Renewed through Season 4Graceland (USA): Renewed through Season 3 Here is the latest update on the renewal or cancellation status of over 150 scripted broadcast and cable series for 2017 and beyond.The current index is as follows:# Login/Register With: PThe Path (Hulu): Renewed through Season 3Peaky Blinders (BBC): Renewed through Season 5People of Earth (TBS): Renewed through Season 2 Twitterlast_img read more

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SNCLavalin gets contract to design deliver 19billion chemical plant in Oman

first_imgMONTREAL – SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. says it has reached an agreement to design and deliver a chemical plant in Oman that will cost an estimated $1.9 billion to build.The Montreal-based engineering and construction company says it will support the program from concept development to commissioning of the plant, and work along with Omani contractors.SNC-Lavalin will also support the operations and maintenance of the plant, to be built about 150 kilometres southeast of Muscat, the capital of Oman.“This contract is a major strategic win for us, helping to grow our business in the region and demonstrate our world-leading credentials,” said Christian Brown, president of oil and gas at SNC-Lavalin in a statement.“Oman is an important market for SNC-Lavalin where we have a long history of safely delivering complex major projects.”Last year, SNC-Lavalin was awarded a long-term framework contract from Petroleum Development Oman to help commission and manage its upstream assets in the country. SNC-Lavalin has set up an academy in Muscat to train and develop graduate engineers in the commissioning as part of the contract.The new chemical plant is expected to produce about 227,000 tonnes a year of polyvinyl chloride for export to Asia. The plastic material is used in a wide range of products from piping to medical devices to credit cards.The facility will also produce about 127,000 tonnes of sodium hydroxide, also known as caustic soda, to support local industries. Caustic soda has a variety of industrial applications including for production of petroleum products, soap and in water treatment.The SNC-Lavalin contract was signed with Project Development & Management International LLC.Oman’s production of petroleum and other liquids stood at around a million barrels a day in 2016. The country’s oil and gas production has been boosted by newer production techniques including enhanced oil recovery that allows for more production from older oil fields.SNC-Lavalin has been awarded several other contracts in the Middle East this year, including a contract for the expansion of a district cooling scheme in Makkah, Saudi Arabia, a contract with Saudi Aramco to expand a major gas processing facility in Saudi Arabia’s Eastern Province, as well as a five-year agreement to provide general engineer services to a joint venture between Aramco Gulf Operations Co. Ltd. and Kuwait Gulf Oil Co.Companies in this story: (TSX:SNC)last_img read more

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As Security Council extends DR Congo mission Ban Kimoon focuses on mining

Highlighting that the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) continues to pose “a threat to international peace and security in the region,” the Security Council today extended the UN mission in the impoverished African country for another two months. The extension of the mandate of the UN Organization Mission in the DRC (MONUC), which was due to expire today, came as Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon called on Congolese authorities to focus on security sector reform and tighten up legislation covering business practices relating to diamond and other mining because too much of the profits of these industries are going to fund armed conflict. In its unanimously adopted resolution, the Council, citing the fact that DRC continues to pose a threat to international peace and security in the region, extended the mandate until 15 April. Separately, Mr. Ban makes his remarks in his latest report on the DRC looking at whether or not sanctions should be imposed on the country as a way of cleaning up the mining industry. However, given the uncertainty of whether sanctions would work against such practices, as well as that in December the country swore in its first democratically elected President, the Secretary-General recommends against imposing them. “While sanctions may inconvenience their targets, the general effect will be to diminish only marginally the general practices they are designed to curtail. In most of the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo, they will do little to reduce the use of force in extracting minerals, diminish fraud and encourage responsible corporate behaviour,” Mr. Ban writes. He also points to a more general concern about possible UN sanctions against the DRC. “Imposing United Nations sanctions now may be perceived as punitive, whether they target State actors or not and whether they are intended to reflect on the capacity of the State to manage its affairs or not,” he says. “This might be another reason why United Nations sanctions may not be advisable at the present time.” Instead, Mr. Ban urges the Government to reform the security sector and fight corruption, but particularly to tighten up on investors in the natural resource sector by making sure they adhere to regulations. He calls for the private sector to set better business standards itself, while also recommending setting up a cross-border commission to prevent corruption at the frontier. “The question remains: what is likely to bring more order to the production and marketing of the Democratic Republic of the Congo’s natural resources in a way that will allow greater security for the artisanal miners, less exposure to extortion by armed groups and the assurance of more revenues for the State and its public services?” he writes. The Government must first and foremost institute security sector reform and improve trust and transparency by monitoring and fighting corrupt practices and taking effective action against violators, the report stresses. The Secretary-General’s report was itself based on recommendations made by the Group of Experts who visited the DRC late last year to look at the whole issue of sanctions, during which they found that while linkages still remain between armed groups and the exploitation of natural resources, the situation has become ever more complex. 15 February 2007Highlighting that the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) continues to pose “a threat to international peace and security in the region,” the Security Council today extended the UN mission in the impoverished African country for another two months. read more

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World Cup offers chance to tackle racism and intolerance – UN rights

“Let’s kick discrimination off the field. Let’s tackle exclusion. Let’s put racism offside,” High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay stated in an op-ed published in South Africa’s Business Day.Ms. Pillay said the World Cup that kicks off on Friday is an opportune time to reflect on the fact that sport is meant to foster social cohesion, bring different cultures together in a celebration of healthy competition, and to overcome the diffidence and even contempt that all too often divide countries and communities in the political and social arenas. The choice of South Africa – a country that renounced the institutionalized racism of apartheid – as the host for the event is a perfect opportunity and platform to renew efforts to combat discrimination in all its forms, she noted.The High Commissioner, who experienced prejudice and racism first hand as a woman of Indian descent growing up in her native South Africa, was the first non-white female judge to sit on the country’s High Court. “As a victim of racism and a sports fan, I urge all who play or simply watch sport to use the World Cup as a catalyst to call for global action against intolerance and racism,” she stated. “These are scourges that affect countless women, men and children around the world and that must be challenged at every turn.”She called for guarding against racism and other manifestations of intolerance that poison sport – particularly football – and that undermine its positive message and bring it into disrepute. This happens all too often, she noted, when the supporters of competing teams use slurs and even violence to vilify and attack their opponents. Even the players have at times been prone to such despicable behaviour, she added.“National football authorities everywhere must back their strong rhetoric with serious and consistent disincentives. Manifestations of racism or intolerance in or around the stadiums during the World Cup should be swiftly addressed and the perpetrators isolated. “The clear message of the World Cup must be that there is no place for racism and intolerance in sport,” stated Ms. Pillay.“Ultimately, the real winners of this year’s World Cup will be those who celebrate and uphold in words and in deeds its values of fair play, honest competition, respect and tolerance both on and off the field.” 7 June 2010The soccer World Cup, set to kick off in South Africa later this week, is a perfect opportunity to highlight the need to tackle racism and intolerance on and off the field, says the United Nations human rights chief. read more

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Security Council discusses two Iraqrelated reports

In the first, Mr. Annan reports that the ousted government failed to return most of the Kuwaiti property seized during its 1990-91 occupation of its neighbour despite some “limited cooperation” prior to the recent hostilities. He expresses the hope that there will be “continued commitment to the search and return of Kuwaiti property and archives and that real progress may soon be achieved.”In the second, he reports that the total budget for phasing out the Oil-for-Food programme by 21 November, as required by the latest Council resolution, which lifted sanctions on Iraq, is estimated at $106 million, plus a contingency reserve of $16 million. Under the programme, otherwise sanctions-bound Baghdad was allowed to sell oil for food and other humanitarian supplies as well as to pay compensation to victims of its occupation of Kuwait. read more

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Topranked Penn State awaits Ohio State wrestling on Friday

OSU redshirt senior Johnni DiJulius (left) sizes up his opponent during a match against Arizona State on Nov. 20 at St. John Arena. OSU won 28-9.Credit: Mason Swires | Lantern reporterAfter emerging with wins in its last four dual-meet appearances, the Ohio State wrestling team will now face its toughest test yet this season.No. 7 OSU (9-2, 6-1) will be traveling to State College, Pennsylvania, to take on the No. 1 Penn State Nittany Lions (12-0, 7-0).The match is expected to contain intense action and immensely important showdowns in terms of rankings, since eight bouts with both competitors ranked nationally within the top 25 are projected to commence.The Buckeyes earned an impressive 22-15 victory in their meet with Penn State last year, propelling them forward to the program’s first team national championship.Before last season, however, the Nittany Lions topped OSU three straight times when the two teams faced off. In the all-time series, Penn State leads 17-12.Even with the tall task ahead for his wrestlers against the nation’s top team, OSU coach Tom Ryan is confident in how OSU will handle its upcoming opponents.“The focus for us is that we are not the underdog,” Ryan said. “We’ve got enough firepower and committed people to go in there and be successful.”With a match that features such high-caliber talent, there has been an obvious increase in demand for tickets. Such an increase has resulted in a sold-out Bryce Jordan Center, which seats around 16,000 people.This sellout will mark the third time all available tickets have been purchased in four home meets at the arena.A turnout as large as this comes as no surprise to Ryan, who is well aware of the passion for wrestling that is seen in that region of the country.“The state of Pennsylvania is rabid for the sport,” Ryan said. “The state of Ohio is just crazy for the sport.”Even with a sizeable supporting cast backing Penn State, there is no lack of confidence from the wrestlers of the Scarlet and Gray.“My favorite time to wrestle is in front of a big crowd,” sophomore Kyle Snyder said. “I like when the crowd’s against us, so I’m very excited to compete.”The Buckeyes are no strangers to hostile environments. Six of their matches have occurred away from St. John Arena, with OSU posting a 5-1 record in those events.Penn State is coming off a big win against Michigan, in which the Nittany Lions crushed the Wolverines 35-7.On the year, Penn State has outscored its opponents heavily, putting up 426 dual points against just 88 by other teams.OSU is coming off of a weekend in which the team earned two dual-meet road wins against Indiana and Purdue. The Buckeyes struggled against the Boilermakers, needing a last-match decision by redshirt junior Nick Tavanello to gain an edge.“In general it looked like we were wrestling tight,” Ryan said. “We just need to be who we are.”The identity of the Buckeyes has been scoring fast and scoring early. In over 60 percent of their matches, the Scarlet and Gray are the first team to score, while also putting up nearly twice the score of their opponents in the first period.OSU has also posted stout takedown numbers, more than doubling the number put up by its opponents this season.Although the team will be anticipating the arrival of the NCAA championships in the coming month, the Buckeyes are still focused on the next challenge they face.“This dual-meet matters,” Snyder said. “I believe we are going to wrestle well.”Key matchupMost of the bouts featured in the upcoming meet will be highly anticipated, but none will grab the attention of spectators more than the potential first matchup of the day at 125 pounds.Redshirt sophomore Nate Tomasello will be facing senior Nico Megaludis of Penn State.Tomasello is ranked No. 1 in the country, and Megaludis is ranked fourth.“The 125-pound match is critical (and) Nate knows it,” Ryan said. “I don’t think it adds any extra stress that that is a critical match.”Starting off in a hostile environment of over 16,000 people with a good outing by Tomasello could provide OSU with the momentum it needs to challenge a team like Penn State.Tomasello currently owns the longest win streak among 125-pound wrestlers, with 33 straight victories.Jordan is Big Ten Wrestler of the WeekRedshirt sophomore Bo Jordan earned Big Ten Wrestler of the Week honors after two major-decision victories over the last week.Jordan shutout Chad Welch from Purdue, and outscored his opponents 27-5 over the weekend.Jordan is the third Buckeye to receive the honor, along with Tomasello and his younger brother, redshirt freshman Micah Jordan.Moving aheadAfter the trip to the Penn State, the Buckeyes are scheduled to return home to St. John Arena to face Wisconsin.The Badgers are 1-5 on the year and have yet to win a conference dual-meet this season.The match is set to take place at 7 p.m. on Feb. 12. read more

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Huddersfield grooming gang that put girls in nightmare scenario jailed

Judge Phillips told the four men: “The way that you treated these girls defies understanding, this abuse was vile and wicked.”He added that the girls became “conditioned and immersed” in the abuse, with one victim saying in a statement read to the court: “It has basically ruined the rest of my life.”Addressing Akram, who was jailed for 17 years after being convicted of two counts of trafficking for sexual exploitation and two of rape, Judge Phillips said that he had shown a “complete disregard for the safety of the girls”. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. A Huddersfield grooming gang that were “facilitating a nightmare scenario” have been jailed for 36 years, as a judge described their behaviour as “vile and wicked”.Four men were yesterday sentenced for sexually abusing three “vulnerable” teenage victims who were plied with drugs and alcohol before being abused against their will, Leeds Crown Court heard.Mohammed Akram, 33, Niaz Ahmed, 54, Mohammed Imran Ibrar, 34, and Asif Bashir, 33, were members of a 20-strong gang of men that carried out the “inhuman” abuse on a total of 15 girls from 2004 to 2011.The gang was split into three separate trials, with Akram, Ahmed, Ibrar and Bashir being found guilty of 10 offences by a jury last month.The gang’s ringleader was Amere Singh Dhaliwal, 36, was given a life sentence with a minimum term of 18 years in June, having been convicted of 22 rapes involving 11 different girls.The four defendants sentenced on Thursday were jailed for a total of 36 years between them, taking the total sentence to 257 years for the 20 gang members.Judge Simon Phillips QC said that the girls’ victim impact statements made for “harrowing reading”, adding that one girl felt like she was “used goods” at the age of just 17 and only managed to escape the defendants when she became pregnant. read more

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Policeman who wrestled Manchester knife attacker to ground says instinct took over

Search teams spent much of New Year’s Day at a property on Schoolside Close, from which several people were later seen leaving with jackets covering their faces.Neighbours said the family had moved to Manchester from the Netherlands around 10 to 15 years ago, having originally come from Somalia.  One neighbour said the suspect’s mother, who has four sons and one daughter, is a former nurse and that one brother worked at Manchester airport. It is understood that another son returned to live in Somalia in recent years.The family were reported to attend nearby Khizra mosque, though officials at the mosque said they were unable to confirm this.Police said on Wednesday that mental health specialists will have up to six months to carry out their assessment of the suspect.Sir Peter Fahy, the former chief constable of Greater Manchester Police, said the potential role played by mental health issues  would not stop the incident being treated as a terror attack and the force insisted a counter-terrorism investigation “remains ongoing”.GMP said: “The investigation has moved at a very fast pace and detectives are increasingly confident that the man acted alone in the final stages of the attack. The investigation will continue and examine if anybody may have encouraged or assisted the man to commit the attack.” “We had no idea what we were running towards when we heard the screams on New Year’s Eve.“When we saw the man wielding a knife, instinct took over and we were able to, in company with Travel Safe Officers from Metrolink, successfully detain the male.”Officers using a Taser stun gun and “captor gel”, an irritant designed to incapacitate suspects, managed to pin the attacker, who was thought to be armed with two knives, to the ground.The two civilian victims, a man and a woman in their fifties, suffered serious but non-life threatening injuries and are said to be making good progress in hospital.The quick thinking of the BTP officers was commended by the force’s chief constable, Paul Crowther, who said it had undoubtedly saved dozens of other passengers from serious harm.He said: “This horrific incident underlines the bravery of our officers, who selflessly ran towards danger to help keep the public safe.“Whilst this incident is an example of policing at its finest it also serves as a dark reminder of policing at its most dangerous.”The triple stabbing took place at a tram station that forms part of the complex that includes the Manchester Arena,where 22 people were killed and dozens – half of them children – severely injured in 2017 when Salman Abedi detonated a bomb as they left a concert by pop star Ariana Grande. A policeman injured as he wrestled a knife-wielding terror suspect to the ground at a Manchester station has described how “instinct took over” when he raced towards danger, saving dozens more passengers from attack.Lee Valentine was one of four officers from the British Transport Police (BTP) hailed as heroes for tackling the armed man seconds after a couple were stabbed at Manchester Victoria station on New Year’s Eve.The sergeant, who is in his thirties, suffered a puncture wound to the shoulder as he helped wrestle the suspect to the ground.A 25-year-old man is now being held under the Mental Health Act in connection with the incident as police continue a counter-terrorism investigation.Police say they believe the suspect acted alone, but are also examining whether he received any help in the run up to the attack and how he came to be radicalised.Speaking for the first time, Mr Valentine, who was was discharged from hospital on New Year’s Day after receiving treatment to his wounds, said the recognition he had received for his actions was “overwhelming”. He said: “My team and I are grateful to everyone who sent in messages of support – it really does mean the world to us. The family of the suspect also broke their silence on Wednesday, saying they were “acutely aware” the public would have questions about what happened.During what witnesses described as a  “frenzied” rampage on the platform of the station, the suspect allegedly shouted “Allahu akbar” (God is the greatest). He was also said to have screamed “Long live the Caliphate”, in possible reference to the Islamic State terror group.The man was initially arrested on suspicion of attempted murder before being transferred to a secure psychiatric unit, following an assessment by a specialist mental health team.It is believed the suspect is originally from Somalia and lived with his family at an address in Cheetham Hill, around a mile north of station in Manchester city centre.In a statement released through lawyers, his relatives said: “Our thoughts and prayers are with those who were seriously injured, their families and friends. We are also eternally grateful for the swift response from the emergency services and the comfort given to those affected by fellow Mancunians and citizens.”We are acutely aware that many, including within the media, may well have many questions to ask us. However, we have been informed by GMP that there is an active ongoing, terrorist investigation and as such we are limited in what we can say at this stage.” Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. read more

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Body of Georgina McGarr discovered in Naas

first_imgUpdated 21/03/2014GARDAÍ HAVE CONFIRMED that the body of missing Kildare woman Georgina McGarr has been found.It is understood that the 39-year-old’s body was found in the Naas area this afternoon.Yesterday gardaí launched an appeal for help tracing the whereabouts of the woman, who had been missing from her home in Clane since Wednesday morning.A garda spokesperson said the incident is being treated as a personal tragedy.last_img

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Premier Announced to Media of Investigation of British Atlantic Financial Services

first_img Bishop says peace & prosperity is everybody’s responsibility at Law Enforcers Church Service Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 12 Nov 2014 – While we await what will be the fate of floundering British Atlantic Financial Services Ltd, the government is deciding if it will bail the company out to save the thousands of policies…and there will also be an investigation into the handling of the company’s case. The Turks and Caicos Weekly News runs a story on the probe, announced to media by the Premier. Hon Dr Rufus Ewing is quoted saying: “We will be investigating internally this particular issue with regard to this particular case and the FSC in general,” It took the FSC six months to come to the determination that BAFSL should be wound up or liquidated and it is said, FSC Managing Director, Kevin Higgins charged that the regulatory framework of the FSC needs bolstering… he hit out at government and government retaliated with “efforts have been made to introduce relevant laws.” Managing Director of BAFSL, Wilbur Caley went on a media campaign to explain that his company had a plan to expand and grow the business, but was prevented; that public relations move and the decision of policy holders not to liquidate as yet anyway, has caused the Supreme Court to delay its decision. The Premier publically asked for deep consideration by all of those involved. It is said British Atlantic is some $6.2 million dollars in the hole. Veras confirmed as second murder, investigation launched Related Items:British Atlantic Financial Services, investigaTION, premier rufus ewing, turks and caicos weekly news Beaches puts former Premier on blast about controversial pier Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Recommended for youlast_img read more

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KingdomBoss Summit Coming to Baltimore

first_imgBy Joi Thomas, Special to the AFROIn the workplace, it is often a challenge for some to balance their faith and business needs. Many business men and women lean on their religious beliefs to help them make decisions for their business.Minister Tiffany Bethea saw a need to help business people use their faith to further their business endeavors and created “KingdomBoss: Where Faith and Business Collide.” KingdomBoss is a network for spirit-led authors, speakers, coaches, consultants, small business owners and entrepreneurs to build Christ-centered brands.Bethea, says she created KingdomBoss because of a need she had as a business professional.  “Kingdomboss was a natural fusion of my two hats as an ordained minister and also a full-time marketing and brand consultant. I began to see the need for a space for people who desired faith-based business strategy and wanted to know what God said about business. Even though I ran from it initially, it has been an incredibly rewarding journey,” Bethea told the AFRO. She emphasized that KingdomBoss is, “for people who realize that we are created for community and that like the African proverb says, ‘’If you want to go fast go alone, if you want to go far go together.’ We are more than a network, we are a family.”Bethea will host this year’s KingdomBoss Summit in Baltimore October 12 and October 13 at the Morgan State University Business Center. Guest speakers and presenters include: Pastor Toure Roberts, Dr. Karen Bethea, Jamal Miller and many others. Min. Bethea said this conference serves the needs of many. “Authors, speakers, pastors, coaches, consultants, small business owners and entrepreneurs, who are ready to increase their impact, influence and income to be in the room,” she said.  “[They will] walk away with powerful clarity on what God has for them, create powerful new connections with other believers, and not only gain strategy for the next season but also a formal plan of implementation.”KingdomBoss hosts other events and seminars throughout the year to help business owners develop their faith and brand. Bethea said she is grateful for the growth in membership and services the organization has seen in the past 2 ½ years of existence.   “Our main flagship is our membership program The Kingdomboss Society, which hosts monthly virtual trainings, networking events, personal coaching and many other business/ministry building services. We also host The Kingdomboss Summit in the fall each year as a time for people to form powerful connections and get the strategy to elevate their life and business to the next level,” Bethea said.“We also offer free workshops and trainings throughout the year typically centered around the topics of business launch, brand development, sales and marketing.”KingdomBoss has accomplished much already and Bethea said there is much more on the way.“We are planning to expand next year with a division for children, our Jr. Kingdombosses.  We are also working on connecting our audience with capital to grow their business. Those are just a few of the great things coming ahead.”last_img read more

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Cards Power Past Bradley 75

first_imgThe Cards added an insurance run in the sixth. An error allowed pinch-hitter freshman Cassady Greenwood to reach and Butler re-entered to run and promptly took second on a wild pitch. Hensley’s RBI hit plated Butler to make the score 7-3.  Print Friendly Version Senior Megan Hensley had three hits, including a home run and collected four RBIs to help lead the University of Louisville softball team to a 7-5 win over Bradley in game two of the Tennessee Classic Sunday evening. The Braves added another run in the top of the fifth when a bases-loaded walk evened the score at 3-3. The teams played through one scoreless inning before the Cardinals took a 2-0 lead behind sophomore Kyra Snyder’s two-run homer. Junior Caitlin Ferguson started the home half of the inning with a hit and took second on freshman Taylor Roby’s sacrifice bunt and Snyder followed by taking a 1-2 count over the right field wall for her first career home run. The Cards quickly answered in the bottom of the third freshman Charley Butler led off with her first career home run to put Louisville back on top 3-2. Roby (3-1) got the win after giving up three earned runs on six hits and striking out four in 4.2 innings of relief. Hensley started the game in the circle and surrendered two earned runs on four hits with two strikeouts. She went 3-for-4 with a home run, three RBIs and a run to pace the Cards offensively. Bradley (5-6) countered with a two-run homer of its own in the top of third. Gabby Stoner singled and Allison Apke’s home run evened the score at 2-2. Louisville 7 – Bradley 5 Story Links The Cardinals (6-5) used home runs from Hensley, sophomore Kyra Snyder and freshman Charley Butler to build a 6-3 lead and Hensley added an RBI single en route to Louisville’s 7-5 win. TEAM NOTES:• Louisville now leads the series with Bradley 5-0• Funke has reached safely via a hit or walk in 10 straight games• Melton improved her career run total to 120 and stands ninth on Louisville’s all-time list. She needs two more to move into a tie for eighth with Jordan Trimble (2010-13)•  Hensley’s four RBIs mark a season high for her – she now leads the team with 10. She also has 139 career RBIs and needs one more to tie Keola Calderon (2000-03) for eighth on UofL’s all-time RBI list.•  Hensley now has 27 career home runs and moves into a tie for eighth with Lacy Wood (2003-06) on Louisville’s list.•  Chung leads the team with a .533 batting average and a 1.000 slugging percentage. She is tied with Hensley with two home runs on the season. Julie Kestas (2-1) took the loss, allowing six earned runs on nine hits and striking out two in four innings. Apke, Mead and Zaluske each had two hits. Once again, Louisville used a home run to take the lead, this time, senior Megan Hensley did the honors after back-to-back hits by senior Sidney Melton and junior Celene Funke set up her three-run shot. Her second home run of the season gave the Cardinals a 6-3 lead. Butler rallied for a pair of runs in the seventh. Katie Habryl singled and moved to third on Thompson’s double to put runners in scoring position for an RBI groundout by Samantha Smith. Vicki Zaluske’s double made it a 7-5 game with two outs, but Roby dealt a strikeout to end the game.last_img read more

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Home Entertainment Spending in US Hit Record 233 Billion in 2018

first_img ×Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney PrincessesSeveral actors, like Daisy Ridley, Awkwafina, Jeff Goldblum and Gina Rodriguez, reveal their favorite Disney princesses. Rapunzel, Mulan, Ariel,Tiana, Sleeping Beauty and Jasmine all got some love from the Disney stars.More VideosVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9Next UpJennifer Lopez Shares How She Became a Mogul04:350.5x1x1.25×1.5x2xLive00:0002:1502:15 U.S. consumer spending on home entertainment hit a new record in 2018, buoyed by subscription streaming as well as transactional video-on-demand (TVOD), DEG: The Digital Entertainment Group announced Jan. 8.Total consumer spending on home entertainment during the year shot up to an estimated $23.3 billion, up 11.5% from 2017, the DEG said, noting that figures are preliminary. Final numbers will be issued in early February.As expected, subscription streaming – chiefly through Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and Hulu – led the way, with a 30% year-over-year gain to $12.9 billion.Consumers spent an estimated $2.46 billion on digital purchases of movies, TV shows and other content, up 14.4% from what they spent in 2017.Consumers spent another $2.09 billion to stream movies on demand, the electronic equivalent of renting a DVD or Blu-ray Disc, up 6.2% from the prior year.Total spending on TVOD, the DEG estimates, came in at $4.55 billion, a healthy 10.5% spike from TVOD spending in 2017. Popular on Variety center_img Total disc sales continued to fall, despite the growing popularity of 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray, with consumer spending on physical media in 2018 coming in at an estimated $4.03 billion, a 14.6% drop from the prior year.In the fourth quarter of 2018, home entertainment spending was particularly strong, with an overall gain of 13% to $6.3 billion.Subscription streaming the fourth quarter was up 30% to an estimated $3.49 billion, while EST rose 20.2% to $664 million and on-demand streaming was up 21.8% to nearly $517 million.Combined consumer spending on DVDs and Blu-ray Discs in the fourth quarter of 2018 was $1.24 billion, down 14.8% from the fourth quarter of 2017.Sales of 4K UHD content rose 70% during the year and 46% in the fourth quarter. The number of 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray titles available in the market grew to 445 titles, with another 682 4K titles available digitally.The U.S. box-office performance of films released in the year rose nearly 15%, to around $12 billion, per the DEG report.4K UHD TV penetration rose 61% over the year-earlier period, to 48 million households. Also during the year, penetration of 4K-capable player devices (game consoles and set-top boxes) rose 66%, to 13 million homes.Thomas K. Arnold is editorial director of Media Play News.last_img read more

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Gottlieb Paul George is the most important offseason free agent

first_imgDoug Gottlieb in for Colin:Paul George is the most important offseason free agentLeBron James is about to be the most sought after free agent in the history of professional sports, but he’s not the most important free agent this offseason.Although James is by far the best player on the market, it’s Paul George’s decision that will determine how the rest of the dominoes will fall and the future power structure of the NBA. If George decides to stay in OKC, it could result in LeBron staying in Cleveland, but if PG opts out to join the Lakers, LeBron will likely follow. With those two in place, they could add the final piece to the new Lakers superteam in Kawhi Leonard. Also:– Jameis Winston eats another L– LeBron should have texted KyrieGuests:Sean Deveney – Sporting News NBA Writer joins the show to discuss all the moving parts that need to fall into place for the Lakers to land LeBron; and if the Spurs have to make a deal with the Lakers.Chris Broussard – FS1 NBA Analyst joins the show on when a Lakers/Spurs Kawhi trade could get done; if Paul George will opt out, and if he would consider joining Philly instead of the Lakers.Eddie House – FS1 NBA Analyst and 14-year NBA veteran joins the show to talk NBA free agency and why the dominoes will fall after Paul George makes his decision.last_img read more

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Linux Kernel 41121 released

first_imgLinux Kernel 4.11.2-1 released by Mike Turcotte-McCusker on May 23, 2017 in Linux – Last Update: May 23, 2017 – 1 commentThe 4.10.y Kernel has come to pass on into the netherworld, and paved the way for Kernel series 4.11.y, which comes with fixes for fscrypt, a boatload of new support for ARM devices such as the BananaPi device for example, enhancements to AMD’s Vulkan technology, as well as support for Intel’s upcoming Geminilake processor graphics support!The Linux Kernel 4.10.y was not a long term support release, so the time for it to be superseded was always on the horizon, much to the joy, but also fear, of many.Many users found the 4.10.y kernel to fix numerous bugs for them, but as anyone experienced in using a GNU/Linux operating system knows, with new Kernel updates can also come breakage, sometimes catastrophic; such as when Linux creator Linus Torvalds lost his marbles about code in the 4.8 stable kernel, that was NOT so stable at all.Nonetheless, I am personally of the belief that it’s always better to upgrade your kernel when you see new updates are available for it, as more often than not the benefits outweigh the negatives; I’m also very security oriented and would prefer to keep my system updated especially when I see updates to security aspects and filesystems.Another example which is useful for me to know personally with the initial 4.11 release, having multiple servers in production environments using the EXT4 filesystem, are the following changes, taken directly from the Linux Kernel archive sent to Linus Torvalds, “For this cycle we add support for the shutdown ioctl, which is primarily used for testing, but which can be useful on production systems when a scratch volume is being destroyed and the data on it doesn’t need to be saved. This found (and we fixed) a number of bugs with ext4’s recovery to corrupted file system — the bugs increased the amount of data that could be potentially lost, and in the case of the inline data feature, could cause the kernel to BUG. Also included are a number of other bug fixes, including in ext4’s fscrypt, DAX, inline data support.”Today, I logged into my laptop to find that there was an update to Linux 4.11.2-1, which came with more bug fixes and is now considered the latest stable version of the kernel.However, according to the Linux Kernel GIT repository Linus posted the Linux Kernel 4.12-rc2 files 37 hours ago at the time of writing this article, for those who with to test the release candidate for the next major kernel update.Now granted, release candidates are not stable, and there will almost definitely be some issues, but hey, some people prefer absolute bleeding edge technology at the cost of stability.All major distributions should already be rolling out updates to kernel 4.11.2, and if they haven’t yet, will likely be doing so in the very near future, so keep your eyes on your updating tools, or run a command line update today and see if it pops in!A really quick and easy way to check which kernel you are using is to pop open your terminal and type:uname -aYou’ll get a message of something like this:Linux myhostname 4.11.2-1-ARCH #1 SMP PREEMPT Mon May 22 06:53:49 CEST 2017 x86_64 GNU/LinuxHappy updating!SummaryArticle NameLinux Kernel 4.11.2-1 releasedDescriptionToday, I logged into my laptop to find that there was an update to Linux 4.11.2-1, which came with more bug fixes and is now considered the latest stable version of the kernel. Author Mike TurcottePublisher Ghacks Technology NewsLogo Advertisementlast_img read more

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Technology | Cybersecurity | August 07, 2019 ScImage Introduces PICOM ModalityGuard for Cybersecurity ScImage Inc. is bridging the gap between security and functionality with the introduction of the PICOM ModalityGuard…. read more Feature | Information Technology | July 31, 2019 | By Greg Freiherr How Smart Devices Can Improve Efficiency Innovation is trending toward improved efficiency — but not at the expense of patient safety, according to… read more Sponsored Content | Case Study | Radiation Dose Management | August 13, 2019 The Challenge of Pediatric Radiation Dose Management Radiation dose management is central to child patient safety. Medical imaging plays an increasing role in the accurate… read more The CT scanner might not come with protocols that are adequate for each hospital situation, so at Phoenix Children’s Hospital they designed their own protocols, said Dianna Bardo, M.D., director of body MR and co-director of the 3D Innovation Lab at Phoenix Children’s. News | Radiology Business | August 01, 2019 Philips Completes Acquisition of Carestream Health’s HCIS Business … read more News | PACS | August 09, 2019 Lake Medical Imaging Selects Infinitt for Multi-site RIS/PACS Infinitt North America will be implementing Infinitt RIS (radiology information system)/PACS (picture archiving and… read more The TeraMedica Evercore clinical enterprise suite of software modules can connect and manage the digital image infrastructure of a healthcare system from the imaging device or picture archiving and communications systems (PACS) to the electronic health record (EHR) and the clinical desktop. Multidepartment, multifacility healthcare providers generate tens of terabytes of data annually. In most cases, this data is fragmented across departmental PACS systems without the IT infrastructure needed to manage the data.TeraMedica also offers a lightweight EMR viewer in the Evercore Univision module. This browser-based image viewer can be embedded into any electronic medical record (EMR). With one click the physician accesses all images and digital clinical content that affects a patient diagnosis and treatment plan. It provides easy access to DICOM and non-DICOM data from multiple departments and PACS, the ability to preserve the security attributes and the customized look of your EMR and the opportunity to expose digital clinical content to a wider variety of users.For more information: www.teramedica.com FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 News | PACS | August 08, 2019 NetDirector Launches Cloud-based PDF to DICOM Conversion Service NetDirector, a cloud-based data exchange and integration platform, has diversified their radiology automation options… read more News | Artificial Intelligence | August 05, 2019 Montefiore Nyack Hospital Uses Aidoc AI to Spot Urgent Conditions Faster Montefiore Nyack Hospital, an acute care hospital in Rockland County, N.Y., announced it is utilizing artificial… read more News | Artificial Intelligence | August 08, 2019 Half of Hospital Decision Makers Plan to Invest in AI by 2021 August 8, 2019 — A recent study conducted by Olive AI explores how hospital leaders are responding to the imperative read more Key Topics for Radiology Administrators at AHRA 2019Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 7:33Loaded: 2.15%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -7:33 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button. Videos | Radiology Business | August 02, 2019 VIDEO: Key Topics for Radiology Administrators at AHRA 2019 Association for Medical Imaging Management (AHRA) President … read more News | Electronic Medical Records (EMR) | August 01, 2019 DrChrono Teams With DeepScribe to Automate Medical Note Taking in EHR DrChrono Inc. and DeepScribe announced a partnership so medical practices using DrChrono EHR can use artificial… read more News | November 22, 2010 TeraMedica – Evercore Connects PACS, EHRs Related Content read more

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Survey CRE Executives Cautious About Market Recovery

first_imgSurvey: CRE Executives Cautious About Market Recovery Agents & Brokers Attorneys & Title Companies Commercial Real Estate Federal Reserve Investors Jobs Lenders & Servicers Mortgage Rates Service Providers 2013-08-05 Tory Barringer Share Despite the commercial real estate market’s “”gradual, uneven recovery,”” industry executives remain wary about the future as job creation and various uncertainties threaten to slow down property value gains, the “”Real Estate Roundtable””:http://www.rer.org/ reported in its Q3 Sentiment Survey.[IMAGE]According to the Real Estate Roundtable, the latest survey continues the “”basically flat”” trajectory of the past several quarters, with the Current Conditions index staying at 71 and the Overall and Future Conditions index each rising a single point to 70 and 68, respectively.””Today’s survey indicates a commercial real estate sector and national economy stuck on a plateau of recovery–certainly improved since the worst days of the recession, but not moving forward in any robust way,”” said Jeffery DeBoer, president and CEO of the Real Estate Roundtable. “”The slow pace of macroeconomic recovery is directly tied to the ‘flatlining’ of expectations in our industry, which is why The Roundtable continues to press for an array of federal policies aimed at unleashing investment and job creation.””While the index has been largely flat from quarter to quarter, a majority of respondents in the third-quarter survey said they view market conditions as having improved “”at least somewhat”” over the past year (77 percent compared to Q2’s 75 percent). In addition, the number of participants expecting better conditions in the next year grew to 65 percent from 62 percent in last quarter’s survey.Respondents also noted increased planning and construction in asset classes outside the multifamily segment and greater investor interest outside of “”red hot”” metros such as New York, San Francisco, Dallas, and Houston. At the same time, however, anecdotal comments showed participants are maintaining their level of caution, with one remarking, “”General conditions are good but not terrific. People are still incredibly cautious with their growth plans; everyone is planning on growth, but they are hesitant to take a leap of faith in this economy.””Discussing interest rates, respondents offered mixed views. While many expressed pointed to strong capital availability and increased optimism as good signs for property values, numerous respondents said they are concerned about rising rates and their potential to slow the recovery of asset values.””Although the Fed is expected to maintain its highly accommodative monetary policy for the foreseeable future–signaling this week that ‘tapering’ of the ‘QE3′ program is now less imminent–the risk is that interest rates could begin to rise before property owners’ net operating incomes (NOI) have caught up with increasing job creation,”” the Roundtable said in a release.The group also noted that artificially low rates are contributing to artificially high asset prices in some areas–meaning an increase in interest rates could create a mess.center_img in Data August 5, 2013 426 Views last_img read more

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first_img AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email This image released by the Tribeca Film Festival shows a scene from Roger Ross Williams’ “The Apollo,” which will kick off the annual festival on April 24. (Tribeca Film Festival via AP) Tribeca Film Festival to open with Apollo Theater doc by The Associated Press Posted Feb 15, 2019 10:47 am PDT NEW YORK — The 18th edition of the Tribeca Film Festival will open with the premiere of a documentary about New York City’s iconic Apollo Theater in Harlem.Festival organizers Wednesday announced that Roger Ross Williams’ “The Apollo” will kick off the annual festival April 24. The HBO film covers the 85-year history of the Apollo, leading up to a production of Ta-Nehisi (tah neh-HAH’-see) Coates’ “Between the World and Me.”The Apollo will also host the premiere. Opening night of the downtown New York festival has in recent years taken place at the Beacon Theatre on the Upper West Side.Robert DeNiro, co-founder of the festival, called the Apollo Theater “a symbol of the creative spirit of New York and beyond.”The Tribeca Film Festival runs April 24 through May 5.The Associated Presslast_img read more

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ATLANTA — More than 40 Hollywood celebrities have

first_img ATLANTA — More than 40 Hollywood celebrities have signed a letter sent to Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp and House Speaker David Ralston saying they will urge TV and film production companies to abandon the state if a “heartbeat” abortion bill becomes law.The bill prohibits most abortions after six weeks from conception and could come to a House vote as early as Thursday. If approved, it will go to Kemp, who’s expected to sign it.While TV and film production companies have largely stayed on the sidelines regarding the bill, these actors and the Writers Guild of America are going public in their opposition. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports those who signed the letter, spearheaded by Alyssa Milano, include Alec Baldwin, Amy Schumer, Gabrielle Union, Ben Stiller, Don Cheadle, Mia Farrow and others.___Information from: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, http://www.ajc.comThe Associated Press by The Associated Press Posted Mar 28, 2019 1:57 pm PDT Dozens of Hollywood celebrities oppose latest abortion bill AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email FILE – In this Jan. 6, 2019 file photo, Alyssa Milano arrives at the InStyle and Warner Bros. Golden Globes afterparty at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif. More than 40 Hollywood celebrities have signed a letter sent to Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp and House Speaker David Ralston saying they will urge TV and film production companies to abandon the state if a “heartbeat” abortion bill becomes law. The bill prohibits most abortions after six weeks from conception and could come to a House vote as early as Thursday, March 28. If approved, it will go to Kemp, who’s expected to sign it. (Photo by Matt Sayles/Invision/AP, File) last_img read more

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