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  • November 12 2003 LIGHT SCOOP PANEL Continued fro

    first_imgNovember 12, 2003LIGHT SCOOP PANEL (Continued from 10/04): The fourth and final siltcast panel is ready to be placed in Unit 6 of the East Crescent.[Photo: Siobhan Watts & aa & text: kh] (Left) Ron Chandler operates the crane. With help from the construction crew, he lowers the panel into place. (Right) Eli Michael, designer of the panel, makes sure that the fit is satisfactory.[Photo: aa & text: kh] The light scoop has a new beautiful roof.[Photo: aa & text: kh]last_img

  • AE Networks has poached AMC Networks executive Sa

    first_imgA+E Networks has poached AMC Networks executive Sally Habbershaw to help roll out female-skewing channel Lifetime around the world.Habbershaw has been appointed to the new role of vice-president, international programming, production and operations. He will report to Christian Murphy, senior vice president, international programming and marketing and will be based in its New York office.She will be responsible for launching new channel brands, including Lifetime, internationally.She joins from AMC Networks, where she was vice-president of acquisitions, scheduling and promotions at Sundance and WE Global and was responsible for programming across its international channels. Previously, she was director of development for VH1 in the States and vice president and general manager of VH1 UK in London.“A+E Networks has experienced substantial growth in recent years across all lines of distribution from channel launches to content distribution,” said Murphy.  “We are poised to continue the roll out of Lifetime globally, and wanted to further strengthen our experienced programming team.  With her international background in programming, scheduling and acquisitions, Sally is the perfect fit for this role, and we are thrilled to have her join the staff.”last_img read more

  • Globally 25 of consumers are watching paidOTT s

    first_imgGlobally, 25% of consumers are watching paid-OTT services like Netflix, with an additional 27% planning to subscribe in late 2015, according to new research.The Paywizard-commissioned Research Now study claims that people aged over 45 are 2.4 times less likely to watch paid OTT than millennials.However, the report, titled ‘The fight is on: Winning the pay-OTT battle’, also claims that 45% of new pay OTT subscribers will cancel within six months.“Where pay-OTT provides the satisfaction of content on demand and fosters the notion of binge viewing, there is the risk of dissatisfaction if demand is not fulfilled. Investing in rich content, for example, could persuade 53% of consumers to stay with a service, or operators could address the fact that a quarter of subscribers cancel because ‘it’s too expensive’,” according to the study.“With pay-OTT subscribers free from long binding contracts, operators now need to switch from yearly planning to more real-time analysis enabling them to react to trending events.”The online survey was conducted in late 2015 and was completed by 5,960 consumers across Australia, Brazil, Germany, Singapore, the UK and US.last_img read more