June 25 2001 Human Nature a dynamic movement col

first_imgJune 25, 2001Human Nature, a dynamic movement collective, have spent a week at Arcosanti for their retreat-training to prepare for their performance this weekend.[Photo by Jeffrey Manta] Their performance, entitled “NOW”, was their “seventh consecutive summer apperance at Arcosanti”.last_img

The European Broadcasting Union EBU said it will

first_imgThe European Broadcasting Union (EBU) said it will stop streaming former Greek public service broadcaster ERT from tomorrow, amid reports that its temporary replacement Greek Public Television (EDT) will broadcast news services this week.In a statement, the European public service media alliance said that it will cease to stream ERT via its satellite capacity and the ERU website at 9am Central European Time on Wednesday August 21.“Since 12 June, when the Greek government abruptly stopped ERT from operating, the EBU has delivered 8.5 million live streams for a total of 4.4 million hours of cumulative viewing to 2.5 million unique visitors and consistently called for the restitution of public service media in Greece, which is vital for culture, democracy and for society itself,” said the EBU.It added that the EBU’s leadership had written to the Greek government offering support and expertise to help ERT’s planned full-time successor, New Hellenic Radio, Internet and Television (NERIT), to “fulfil its potential for independence and solid governance.”ERT responded to the EBU’s decision by saying that it will continue to stream its television and radio broadcasts via all other distribution and re-streaming points, including the websites ERTopen.com and ThePressProject.gr.The Greek government controversially shut down ERT in June in a bid to save money, causing the loss of 2,700 jobs. However, fired staff continue to occupy the broadcaster’s old offices and to make broadcasts.last_img read more

Apples fourth generation Apple TV box Apple is re

first_imgApple’s fourth generation Apple TV boxApple is reportedly testing a fifth generation version of Apple TV that will support ultra high definition content.According to Bloomberg, the update could be released as early as this year with the device able to stream 4K resolution pictures and “more vivid colours”, implying high dynamic range capabilities.The new box will run on a faster processor than the current generation of Apple TV and is being referred to internally as ‘J105’, the report said.The news comes in the same month that Apple appointed the director and general manager of Amazon’s Fire TV product, Timothy Twerdahl, to work on Apple TV.Twerdahl, who has also previously worked for Roku and Netflix, confirmed his new role as a VP at Apple on his LinkedIn profile. It is understood that he will report to iPhone marketing VP Greg Joswiak.Separately, Apple’s SVP of internet software and services, Eddy Cue, confirmed at a conference this week that Apple’s first original TV programmes – Carpool Karaoke and Planet of the Apps – will launch on Apple Music in the “next few months”.Cue said that Apple has a “real opportunity in the TV space” but is interested in doing programmes that aren’t being done by anyone else – ones that take advantage of its platforms.On Apple’s most recent earnings call, CEO Tim Cook said that he expects Apple’s participation in the television space to accelerate as the cable bundle begins to break down, with its Apple TV set-top providing a firm grounding for doing so.“We started the new Apple TV a year ago, and we’re pleased with how that platform has come along. We have more things planned for it but it’s come a long way in a year, and it gives us a clear platform to build off of,” said Cook.last_img read more