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February 20 2013PAOLO SOLERI exhibition Think –

first_imgFebruary 20, 2013PAOLO SOLERI exhibition “Think – Draw – Build – Sustain” opened on February 19. 2013 at the NAU Northern Arizona University Art Museum, College of Arts & Letters. The opening reception is scheduled for February 21. 2013 from 5 pm to 7 pm. The reception will be held on the second floor of the Old Main Building [#10] on the historic North Quad.Admission to the exhibition is free with a suggested donation of $2.Hours are from 12 – 5 pm Tuesday – Saturday.The exhibition is open until April 19. 2013.[image and text from: NAU Art Museum exhibition announcement]last_img read more

AE Networks and Canal Group will launch multipl

first_imgA+E Networks and Canal+ Group will launch “multiple channels” in the second part of 2013 as part of a long-term strategic partnership between the two firms in France.The channels will launch through the Planet+ factual group on the CanalSat pay TV platform with exclusive access to A+E Networks’ catalogue of factual entertainment programming.A+E Networks will continue to distribute its content through Canal+ Group’s DTT channels  D8 and D17, which it launched last year. The two firms said they will also work together to develop digital opportunities in France.“We have enjoyed a successful content relationship across D8 and the Planete+ channels, and we believe this new partnership will create significant growth opportunities for both companies,” said Dean Possenniskie, managing director, EMEA, A+E Networks.“This agreement will enable us to significantly enhance our offer of programs and promote one of the best international factual and entertainment brands to our subscribers,” added Canal+ director of factual channels Olivier Stroh.A+E said the partnership completes its Western European footprint of networks, but would not give more details at this stage about the planned channels. The firm currently operates 57 channels outside the US in over 150 territories, reaching more than 330 million subscribers in 38 languages.last_img read more

Vivendi could strike a deal in the next few days t

first_imgVivendi could strike a deal in the next few days to end its legal dispute with Mediaset and forge a new content partnership involving Telecom Italia, according to press reports.According to Agefi-Dow Jones, citing an unnamed source, a three-way agreement involving Mediaset, Telecom Italia and either Vivendi or Canal+ is on the cards.A deal is expected before the next court hearing on Mediaset’s suit against Vivendi, which is scheduled for December 19.In an interview with Italian daily Corriere della Sera, Mediaset CEO Pier Silvio Berlusconi said that Telecom Italia had need of his company’s content, adding that it remained to be seen if “common interests” would overcome the “difficulties” between the pair.Berlusconi said that in any case Mediaset would continue to support its Mediaset Premium pay TV service, including an offer of Serie A Italian football. He said that Mediaset would participate in the next Serie A auction in a rational way, and added that the company was committed to continue to invest in series and movies.Telecom Italia recently confirmed that it was n talks with Mediaset about a new deal that would see it acquire Mediaset content to provide to subscribers of its Timvision subscribers.The TIM board approved by majority vote moves by the company’s management to finalise a “new and comprehensive multi-year agreement” with Mediaset to bring the latter’s linear channels, movies, TV series and sports news content to its platform. The agreement is envisaged coming into force from next year.last_img read more