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Australian News Channel chooses Ericsson for captioning services
Ericsson to provide live captioning services for Australian News Channel (ANC)'s SKY NEWS LIVE and SKY NEWS BUSINESS available in 2

Kristina Keneally MGSM's Director for Gender Inclusion
The Macquarie Graduate School of Management is pleased to announce The Hon Kristina Keneally as an Adjunct Professor and its new Director for Gender Inclusion.

SKY NEWS Australia Launches Paul Murray LIVE Nationally on MHz Worldview
Australia's Paul Murray LIVE premieres nationally throughout the U.S. on MHz Worldview on March 23, 2015. The launch is the national TV debut of Paul Murray LIVE in the United States.

IBC Content Everywhere and NHK Bring 8K Television to the Middle East
Visitors to January's IBC Content Everywhere MENA will be able to feast their eyes on Super Hi-Vision, the latest video technology from Japanese national broadcaster NHK, which features 16-times the resolution of currently available HD TV. The technology is set to be demonstrated in the Middle East for the very first time.

IBC Searches for Innovative Collaborations
There is fierce competition for the prestigious IBC Innovation Awards, which represent the best of collaboration to use innovative technology to solve a real challenge. The call for nominations for the IBC2015 Innovation Awards is now open.

IBC2014 Awards Stretch From Football to Opera
IBC celebrated its awards on Sunday 14 September. The honours went to innovative production and extraordinary resilience; new ways of engaging audiences and better platforms for traditional transmission. Inevitably, in a World Cup year there was plenty of football, but there was also an award for one of the world’s great opera houses.

MEC Global Solutions Doubles Its Strategy Team in One Year
MEC Global Solutions, MEC's international hub based in London, has made a significant investment in talent, hiring three new faces to join their international strategy team in addition to the three senior strategists already in place.

Sky News Further Extends US Distribution Through Xbox 360 Launch
Building on the successful launches of Sky News on Apple TV, Roku and Livestation, Sky today announced the forthcoming availability of its award-winning 24/7 broadcast news on Xbox 360. The launch further extends Sky News' presence in the US while giving its UK viewers a fresh new option for accessing live and on demand news coverage

Dr. Raffi Hovsepian Recognized as One of the "Top 10 La Plastic Surgeons" by
Dr. Raffi Hovsepian, a leading Beverly Hills aesthetic surgeon, was awarded as one of the city's top 10 plastic surgeons on! This latest acknowledgement comes after ranked him #9 on the "15 Most Popular Hollywood Plastic Surgeons" list. The article credited as one of the top cosmetic surgeons working in the United States.

British Sky Broadcasting Extends Agama Quality Assurance with OTT Service Monitoring for Sky Go and NOW TV
(Linköping, July 8, 2014) - Agama Technologies, the video service quality assurance expert, today announced that British Sky Broadcasting Limited (Sky), the UK and Ireland's leading home entertainment and communications company, has extended its Agama DTV Monitoring Solution deployment to also cover its over-the-top (OTT) service playout.

DLPM Engages Hermione Way to Help Grow the Brand
SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwired - June 10, 2014) - Development Capital Group (OTCQB: DLPM) has created a strategic partnership with the technology entrepreneur and journalist Hermione Way to help grow marketing across DLPM's portfolio companies.

Sky News Teams Up With Urban Airship for Faster Alerts Service
Sky News has teamed up with Urban Airship to upgrade its push notifications system on both its iPhone and iPad apps, offering instantaneous distribution of breaking news.

Cytta Corp. Continues to Build World Class Board of Advisors
Cytta Corp. (OTCQB: CYCA) is pleased to announce the details of the backgrounds and skill sets of two of the members of the Company's Board of Advisors. These uniquely talented individuals will play an integral role in providing guidance to the Company into the future

Introducing Banjo 4.0: The Live Internet(TM)
Banjo, the largest collection of social signals in the world and the leader in coverage of sports, music, news and trending events, today released their most sophisticated rendition to date, version 4.0

Piksel Expands the OSN Play Service to Include Smartphones
Piksel, a global provider of video monetization services, has successfully developed and delivered a multi-platform extension of OSN Play, allowing subscribers of the Middle East's largest pay TV broadcaster, OSN to watch their content on smart phones with 3G and 4G capabilities

British Sky Broadcasting Selects Agama for TV Service Quality Monitoring
(LINKÖPING, September 10, 2013) - Agama Technologies, the video service quality assurance expert, today announced to have been contracted by British Sky Broadcasting Limited (Sky), the largest pay-TV broadcaster in Britain and Ireland with well over 10 million customers, to provide its DTV Monitoring Solution for TV service quality assurance.

Workforce Magazine Honors Hogan Assessments' Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic as a 2013 Game Changer
Hogan Assessment Systems today announced that the company's vice president of research and innovation, Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, has been selected by Workforce Management as a 2013 Game Changer. Chamorro-Premuzic and the other Game Changers will be profiled in the August issue of Workforce Management as well as on the publication's website.

Dr. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic Joins Hogan Assessments as Vice President of Research and Innovation
Hogan Assessment Systems announced today that Dr. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic joined the company as its vice president of research and innovation. In this role, he will work to ensure that Hogan remains on the cutting edge of the personality assessment industry by directing new product research and driving continuous innovation.

CASBAA Boost from Developing Markets
Continuing to expand the reach and diversity of its Membership, CASBAA this week welcomed Corporate Members VTC from Vietnam and Sky Net of Myanmar, as well as Hong Kong's TMS and the Motion Picture Association. Patron Member upgrades have also been registered by satellite operator Eutelsat of Paris and Sky News Australia in Sydney

Fake Twitter account reports Margaret Thatcher's death
Internet death hoax targets Margaret Thatcher

Fighting breaks out in Syrian capital; several injured in bus blast incident
Battle in Hajar al-Aswad neighbourhood; Syria denies attack on Tremseh village

US accounts for 80% of 'global demands' for personal info on Twitter
American enforcement agencies have topped the list of governments that have made the most demands for users' personal details on Twitter, according to a survey conducted by the social website.

French motorists must carry breathalyzers under new law
Motorists in France will have to carry breathalyser kits in their vehicles, or risk paying on-the-spot fines, according to a new law in the country.

Cameron hints at referendum on UK's future role in EU
British Prime Minister David Cameron has opened the door to having a referendum on UK's future in the European Union, saying any changes would need 'full-hearted support'.

US man 'commits suicide' in court after being jailed for burning down $3.5mln mansion
The United States police is investigating whether a man, who collapsed in court and died after being convicted for burning down his mansion, may have taken a suicide pill.

Prosecutors seek psychiatric care instead of prison for Norwegian mass killer
Norwegian mass killer Anders Behring Breivik, who killed 77 people in a shooting and bombing rampage last year, should be locked up in a psychiatric ward, instead of prison, due to doubts over his sanity, the prosecution has said.

Jordan grants asylum to defecting Syrian fighter pilot
Jordan has granted political asylum to a Syrian fighter pilot who flew his MiG-21 to an airfield in that country after defecting from his country, a minister has said.

Norwegian mass killer likens victims' pain to his 'trauma' over country's Islamisisation
Norwegian mass killer Anders Behring Breivik, who is accused of kiiling 77 people in a shooting and bombing rampage last year, interrupted his trial several times to complain about his own trauma in comparison to his victims, according to a report.

Two Hot Wheels cars set new record with double loop dare
A rally car driver and a stuntman set a new record by driving two Hot Wheels cars through a 66ft high double loop track at the X Games in Los Angeles.

War breaks out over 'gender pay equality' spat in tennis
The head of the Women's Tennis Association (WTA), Stacey Allaster has hit back at comments made by French star Gilles Simon.

Olympic torchbearer proposes to girlfriend during relay
An Olympic torchbearer used his moment in the spotlight to get down on one knee and propose to his girlfriend of 2 years.

Adam Clayton's PA convicted of stealing œ2.2m from his account
A former personal assistant to U2 bassist Adam Clayton has been found guilty of stealing 2.8 million euro (2.2m pounds) from him to fund a lavish lifestyle.

Westlife band bid goodbye to fans with final concert in Dublin
Westlife Boy Band performed their last ever concert at Croke Park in Dublin, which was screened live to cinemas in the UK, Ireland and across Europe.

Perfect celeb pics used to teach kids about 'distorted sense of body image'
In a Government backed initiative, images of celebrities before and after they have been airbrushed, slimmed and enhanced are being used to help parents talk to their children about body image in UK. donates 500k pounds to Prince William and Harry's charity
'Black Eyed Peas' frontman has donated 500,000 pounds to disadvantaged young people in London through Prince William and Harry's 'The Prince' Trust.

Andrew Garfield feeling pressure of Spiderman role
British actor Andrew Garfield has spoken about the pressure of playing a comic book character that was his hero while growing up.

Trial flights of 'unmanned' aircraft begin in UK
A plane that can be flown without a pilot is being tested in the UK ahead of its maiden flight later this year.

Google 'alarmed' by rising global government censorship attempts
Google has reported an 'alarming' surge in the number of requests made by governments across the world to remove political blog posts and videos from its search results, and hand over information about users.

'Glitzy' cigarette branding lures new young smokers
Branding on cigarette packets attracts more youngsters, according to a new report.

Biopic of Aung San Suu Kyi set for release in Britain
A new film titled 'The Lady' based on the life of Aung San Suu Kyi is set for release in Britain this week.

Hitler's favourite actor dies at 108
A Dutch-born actor who is said to have been a particular favourite of Adolf Hitler, died Dec. 24 at a hospital in Starnberg, Germany. He was 108.

Obama reveals crush on Meryl Streep
Barack Obama revealed his secret crush on Meryl Streep at an awards function at the White House.

MJ's lawyers launch legal battle to send Murray to tougher jail
Prosecutors in Los Angeles are said to be preparing a legal fight to have Michael Jackson's jailed physician, Dr Conrad Murray, sent to higher category prison for killing the singer.

British Armed Forces chief warns of 'enduring insurgency' in Afghanistan
The head of the British Armed Forces, General Sir David Richards, has warned his troops to expect to see "an enduring insurgency" beyond the date of their withdrawal from the front line in Afghanistan.

Prince Philip in 'good spirits' following successful heart surgery
The Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Philip, was in "good spirits" after his wife Queen Elizabeth visited him in hospital as he recovered from heart surgery.

Australia should not wait for UK Queen to die to become a great country: Ex-PM
Former Prime Minister Paul Keating has said that Australia can never be a great country while a foreigner is head of state and the flag of another nation resides on the Australian flag.

Iceland volcano could result in mass disruption: Experts
A huge Icelandic volcano, which has been dormant for long, is showing signs of activity that might lead to mass disruption, experts have warned.

'Jet man' flies in formation alongside two planes over Swiss Alps
A self-styled "jet man" has performed a death-defying stunt by flying alongside two L-39C Albatros planes above the Swiss Alps.

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