Public TV – Cost 278 Wed, 22 Jun 2022 06:39:32 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Public TV – Cost 278 32 32 Wyoming Department of Health Informs Public About Monkey Pox Wed, 22 Jun 2022 03:18:00 +0000

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) – The Wyoming Department of Health says while the risk is low, it wants the public to stay informed about the latest virus outbreak, Monkeypox.

There are currently cases in neighboring states, 5 in Colorado and 2 in Utah.

Experts say nationally there are just over 142 cases and growing now.

Symptoms are fever, body aches, and swollen lymph nodes, followed by a rash. There are no vaccines available to the public, only to high-risk workers.

The population segment with the highly infectious rate is currently gay men, and most cases are in parts of Europe and Africa.

The World Health Organization says the virus is transmitted primarily through skin-to-skin contact, but can also be transmitted through bodily fluids and respiratory droplets. Mortality rates are between 3 and 6%.

The virus has also passed from rodents, particularly prairie dogs, to animals and humans.

“We’re in a sort of surveillance phase monitoring cases, watching the current outbreak to see how it develops or if we can contain it here fast enough and trying to be proactive in letting the public know what’s going on.” , said Clay Van Houten. , Infectious Disease Epidemiologist Unit Leader – Wyoming Department of Health.

Experts say monkeypox and smallpox are related.

A stockpile of smallpox vaccines was built up during 9/11 as protection against biological warfare.

According to the Wyoming Department of Health, there are 2,500 rising global cases of monkeypox in 42 countries since the start of this year.

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Oscar-nominated “Who Killed Vincent Chin?” the film returns to PBS Mon, 20 Jun 2022 10:00:34 +0000

Juanita Anderson knew from the start how important it was to realize “Who Killed Vincent Chin?” », the 1988 documentary that she produced as an executive producer.

But she couldn’t have predicted the praise it would receive or how it became what Anderson, head of arts and media studies at Wayne State University, calls “a vital tool for understanding American history.”

After: Vincent Chin commemorated in Detroit cemetery 40 years after his death: “We will never forget”

At 10 p.m. Monday, the newly restored version of the Oscar-nominated film will air on Detroit Public TV (WTVS, Channel 56) and other PBS stations across the country.

The special broadcast marks 40 years since Chin, a 27-year-old automotive engineer, was assaulted by two white autoworkers the night he was celebrating his bachelor party in Detroit. He was beaten so badly that he fell into a coma and died four days later.

Monday night’s broadcast is an encore presentation for “POV.” The long-running TV series featuring independent documentaries launched the film for the small screen 33 years ago.

In March, Anderson joined the board of directors of American Documentaries, the nonprofit media arts group behind “POV.” She says it’s an honor to be a part of “Who Killed Vincent Chin?” and is optimistic that this PBS broadcast will reach a whole new generation that is turning to independent documentaries for in-depth reporting.

“I anticipate the audience will be bigger this time around than it was in 1989 when it premiered on ‘POV’,” she said.

Directed by Christine Choy and Renee Tajima-Pena, “Who Killed Vincent Chin?” explores what POV describes on its website as “the implications of the murder on the streets of Detroit, for the families of those involved, and for the American justice system”.

Chin’s attackers pleaded guilty to manslaughter and initially received three years probation plus a $3,000 fine. Outrage over the conviction led to the first federal civil rights trial for a crime against an Asian American.

Chin’s death also helped spark the Asian American and Pacific Islander rights movement that continues its battle against hate to this day.

After: Asian Americans who sparked a national movement after Vincent Chin’s death continue to fight

As well as winning an Oscar for Best Documentary, the film won a Peabody Award for what has been described as its “moving and revealing exposition of the nature of urban unrest and racial bitterness that ultimately leads to action.” fools”. He also won a duPont Columbia Silver Baton Award for Excellence in Journalism.

In December 2021, it joined the list of the most important American films, the National Film Registry, which adds each year works chosen for their cultural, aesthetic or historical value.

A free screening of “Who Killed Vincent Chin?” last week at the Detroit Film Theater at the Detroit Institute of Arts was part of a four-day remembrance of Chin’s Motor City and a new dedication to the ongoing efforts of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders against racism and discrimination. .

Anderson noted that the film inspired a generation of Asian American filmmakers in the late ’80s and those who followed in their footsteps. Last week’s memento included what was described as the first meeting of Midwestern Asian-American documentary filmmakers.

In mid-2022, “Who Killed Vincent Chin” also comes with “the ever-relevant tragic part,” Anderson said, referring to rising anti-Asian hatred in the United States fueled by the pandemic. of COVID-19. .

A press release from American Documentary cited that more than 10,000 hate crime incidents were reported from March 19, 2020 through December 31, 2021 to Stop AAPI Hate, which tracks such incidents.

Says Anderson, “”I go back and watch (the 1988 documentary) and watch the rhetoric at the time of government officials and how that kind of rhetoric from authoritative people impacted American society – and the same thing happened around the COVID crisis.”

In a statement for American Democracy, Detroit Public Television President and CEO Rich Homberg said, “This film is a moving testament to the loss of a young man’s life and the people who stood up to protest this terrible injustice. It speaks volumes now more than ever about the wave of discrimination and violence against Asian Americans that we continue to witness.”

“Who Killed Vincent Chin?” was a Detroit Public TV co-production.

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City of Maryville unveils Public Safety Plaza honoring those who died in the line of duty Sat, 18 Jun 2022 18:36:00 +0000

MARYVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) – The City of Maryville on Friday dedicated a new public art installation to honor its public safety employees and commemorate those who have died in the line of duty.

Public Safety Plaza, which houses four statues at the Maryville Municipal Building near Gary Hense Boulevard, was unveiled at the event. The statues will stand on a memorial wall dedicated to Maryville police officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty, a spokesperson told WVLT News.

The memorial includes four names: Officer Kenneth Ray Moats, Officer John Michael Callahan, Officer Barton and Field Marshal J. Henry Clemens. It will become a permanent feature of the town square.

Police Chief Tony Crisp told WVLT News that assembly of the memorial began after Constable Moats, 32, was killed in 2016. He was shot in response to a domestic violence call.

“It’s always a constant reminder of the dangers of the job, the dangers of the job, and what these people have given,” Chief Crisp said.

The memorial, created by Brodin Studios in Minnesota, was completed in three years, officials said. It was funded by private citizens Bob and Eunice Hansen, who approached Chief Crisp with a donation to make the project a reality.

Since the establishment of the Maryville Police Department on April 6, 1907, four officers have died on duty.

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Educational TV Market Size 2022 Demand, Global Trend, News, Business Growth, Top Key Players Discovery Inc., TV Ontario, NASA TV, The Annenberg Channel, Public Broadcasting Service, etc. Fri, 17 Jun 2022 06:52:07 +0000


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TV Direct Public: Resignation of administrators Wed, 15 Jun 2022 12:33:13 +0000

June 15, 2022

Matter : Resignation of directors

TO : The directors and managers of The

Thailand Stock Exchange

TV Direct Public Company Limited (“the Company”) wishes to inform you of the resignation of Asst. Professor Phongphat Chittanurak, Ph.D. Director and Member of the executive committee because he has other business commitments. His resignation will be effective as of June 15, 2022. As a result, the Company has 8 directors as follows:-


Mr. Pongpanu Svetarundra

Chairman of the Board / Chairman of the

Audit Committee and Independent Director


Mr. Songpol Shanmatkit

Director and CEO


Mr. Wirasack Wirojwattanakul

Director and Chairman of the Executive Committee


Mr Suttipong Kanakakorn

Independent director and member of the audit committee


Miss Ananya Ngamwannakul

Independent director and member of the audit committee


Mr. Lertpong Yongthanarat



Mr. Yuan-Hung Ku



Miss Watcharaporn Suwinchai


The Company is currently in the process of recruiting a new director and will report to the Stock Exchange of Thailand once the appointment is made.

Please be informed accordingly.

Yours faithfully,

(Mr. Wichian Manapongpun)

Company Secretary


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]]> Prime Minister Pashinyan rewards a group of public television enthusiasts Mon, 13 Jun 2022 19:27:49 +0000

YEREVAN, JUNE 9, ARMENPRESS. Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan and his wife Anna Hakobyan, President Vahagn Khachaturyan, as well as a number of senior officials visited Armenia’s Public Television Corporation, the prime minister’s office said.

The Prime Minister and the President presented awards to a group of public television enthusiasts on the occasion of the 65th anniversary of public television.

In particular, Nikol Pashinyan awarded the Commemorative Medal of the Prime Minister of the Republic of Armenia to Nara Shlepchyan, the first Armenian TV host, People’s Artist of the Armenian SSR, Member of the Board of the State Society of Armenian TV and Radio. , and Elmira Arsenyan, the producer director of the television company. The latter’s prize was awarded to her colleague Artavazd Yeghoyan, because Ms. Arsenyan is abroad.

Alvard Lazaryan, Senior Digital Archivist of the Public Television Digital Archive, Arsen Nazaryan, Head of the Editing Department, Smbat Sargsyan, Editor-in-Chief of the News Service’s Production Process Support Department, and Anichka Hunanyan, Head of the television fund rehabilitation laboratory received a thank you letter from the prime minister.

After the award ceremony, Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan congratulated everyone on the 65th anniversary of public television. “Generally, I think the age itself suggests that at least many of those present have been accompanied by public television throughout their lives. That’s why we have a particular attitude and feelings towards public television, because at every stage of our lives we remember ourselves as viewers of public television.

Today, I am very happy to have the opportunity to pay tribute to the staff of Public Television who have played the most important role over the years. And I have to hope that public television will continue to appear with prominent and significant personalities in the field of television, in the field of journalism, in the field of public debates in the Republic of Armenia. These figures should also be shaped in public television; they must become important spokespersons to speak to our society, to dialogue. And this is the role of public television in general.

In conclusion, the Prime Minister also congratulated the Armenian national football team for their victory in Yerevan and expressed the hope that the solemn ceremony dedicated to the 65th anniversary of Public Television will be more marked by the team’s successful match Armenian national.

Afterwards, the prime minister and his wife watched the Scotland-Armenia match of the UEFA Nations League group stage on a big screen in the backyard of the television company, which was broadcast on public television.

US TV audience for January 6 viewership hits 20 million Fri, 10 Jun 2022 21:39:00 +0000

An image is seen on a screen as the House Select Committee investigating the January 6 attack on the US Capitol holds its first public hearing to reveal the findings of a year-long investigation, on Capitol Hill in Washington , USA, June 9, 2022 Mandel Ngan/Pool via REUTERS

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June 10 (Reuters) – About 20 million people tuned in to live U.S. television broadcasts of Thursday’s hearing of lawmakers investigating the 2021 riot at the U.S. Capitol, ratings agency Nielsen said on Friday.

Viewership on 12 networks ranked below other political events such as President Biden’s State of the Union address, which drew 38 million viewers in March, but higher than most. congressional hearings.

The first TV hearing for the impeachment inquiry of US President Donald Trump, for example, drew around 14 million viewers across 10 networks in 2019. It was held during the day, when TV viewership is weaker.

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The committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, attack by Trump supporters is holding rare prime-time hearings to shed light on the findings of its nearly year-long investigation. Broadcasters like ABC, CBS and NBC interrupted regular programming to show the event.

Nielsen’s figures included people watching via traditional television or streaming via internet-connected TVs, but they do not capture the full extent of online viewing via social media.

The count also does not include Fox News Channel (FOXA.O), which opted to air its regular opinion programming during the hearing. Fox Business Network covered the audience live.

Of the 20 million viewers, 15.2 million were aged 55 and over, Nielsen said. Less than a million people between the ages of 18 and 34 watch via TV channels.

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Southwest Washington father and son set to accept plea deals during Jan. 6 riot Thu, 09 Jun 2022 21:54:32 +0000

Jeremy Grace and his father, Jeffery Grace, face charges for their alleged involvement in the attack on the US Capitol on January 6.


A father and son in southwest Washington are set to accept plea deals with federal prosecutors for entering the US Capitol with a pro-Trump crowd during the deadly Jan. 6 uprising.

Jeff and Jeremy Grace appeared in selfie photos inside and outside the Capitol building during the insurgency, prosecutors say.

Jeremy Grace pleaded guilty in April to one count of entering and staying in a building or restricted area, KGW-TV reported. As part of the plea deal, federal prosecutors agreed to drop three additional counts.

He will likely receive a sentence of zero to six months in prison in July, as well as a fine of $500 to $9,500, according to court records. Court records show that Jeremy Grace also agreed to allow federal agents to examine his social media accounts around this time.

Grace’s father, Jeff, is scheduled for a plea hearing on June 17. He faces similar charges.

KGW could not reach Jeff or Jeremy Grace for comment.

The Justice Department arrested and charged more than 800 people for the violence that day, the largest net in its history.

The House committee investigating the attack will make its findings public beginning Thursday night as lawmakers hope to show the American public how democracy came close to being on the brink when defeated President Donald Trump attempted to overturn Joe Biden’s election victory.

Apple TV+ Europe boss Jay Hunt makes a rare public appearance Tue, 07 Jun 2022 22:38:00 +0000

British TV executive Jay Hunt was once a formidable voice in the chorus of the UK TV industry. But since leaving as creative director of Channel 4 in 2017 to join Apple TV+ as head of European originals, his voice, at least publicly, has rarely, if ever, been heard.

It is this sad reality, that one of the UK’s most brilliant thought leaders should be locked away under strict Apple media protocols, that was thrown into sharp relief on Tuesday night in a rare public appearance. de Hunt, who interviewed another mad genius, Channel 5 boss Ben Frow, as part of a Royal Television Society event in London.

Hunt, who once eviscerated Vice Media boss Shane Smith during their 2016 interview at the Edinburgh Television Festival, seemed to recognize the unique nature of his situation, telling the audience of around 80 at the Cavendish Convention Center of Fitzrovia that it is “very unusual to have a conversation like this.

Referring to his sparring partner Frow – whose tendency to forget any semblance of media training in front of an audience is a delight for journalists around the world – Hunt applauded the executive’s refusal “to be coerced by corporations [speak].”

“We’re better at it because it’s a much better conversational quality, so thanks for being so open,” Hunt added, a little wryly.

Throughout the high-profile, hour-long chat, Hunt called herself and Frow “disarmingly similar” in that they were, at one point in their careers, industry underdogs. .

Hunt started at the BBC and even had a short stint at Channel 5 before returning to the public broadcaster and becoming controller of flagship channel BBC One – a position in which most of the industry, she said , “waiting for you to drop the ball.” She is best known for her surveillance of Channel 4, a reign that has seen her command shows such as “Gogglebox”, “First Dates” and “The Secret Life of Four Year Olds”, not to mention ruthlessly snatching “The Great British Bake Off”. from the BBC.

Similarly, Frow worked at the BBC, Channel 4 and TV3 in Ireland (now Virgin Media One) before taking over as Channel 5’s programming helm in 2013, just a year before Paramount bought the free diffuser.

Apple TV Plus director Jay Hunt interviewed Channel 5 controller Ben Frow.

While the channel once had a reputation for low-end unscripted programming – shows that, as Frow puts it, had a “pungent smell” about them – Channel 5 over the past nine years has benefited from a massive creative overhaul under the executive, and in 2021 surpassed all other UK public service broadcasters. Most impressive, perhaps, is its expansion into the ultra-competitive world of British drama with commissions such as the hugely popular reboot of ‘All Creatures Great and Small’ – a commission that would have been unthinkable for the broadcaster a while ago. even five years.

Although Hunt interviewed Frow, after being asked to do so by the latter executive, the pair riffed off beautifully, often talking at breakneck speed over each other.

Frow detailed his freewheeling strategy with his team of tight-knit and tough curators, revealing that he once gave them each an “ace card” and “allowed them to use it on a project that I don’t absolutely didn’t want”, meaning the commissioners were allowed to go ahead and do any show they wanted without Frow’s prior approval.

“Only one person was brave enough to use it,” Frow said, later admitting the result was “average.” But the point, he stressed, was the creative freedom offered by Channel 5.

“I want them to prove me wrong, but it’s important when you’re clear about who you are that you’re forced out of your comfort zone,” Frow said.

Elsewhere, while discussing the dark art of programming, Frow – who was elevated in 2021 to chief content officer for Paramount UK – candidly said he had to make sure he didn’t ‘fuck’ digital channels in its portfolio, such as global brands Comedy Central and MTV. Later, when asked what consideration he gave to international markets, Frow replied “none”.

” Ahead, [within the portfolio], content sharing is paramount, but I really think it’s important that we don’t take our eyes off the mothership which is free… I can’t stop worrying about who we serve in Hong Kong and Amsterdam, I just can’t go there. I really think about the British public. I also believe that these big global hits all started as local programs and then they traveled.

While Hunt and Frow’s initial pairing may have raised some question marks, it made perfect sense by the end of the session, largely because Frow’s zero fucking delivery seemed to unlock a past identity for him. once outspoken Apple executive.

Granted, Hunt was asking questions rather than answering, but in doing so, she nonetheless revealed herself for the first time in years. “You’re a tastemaker, and that’s a privilege,” she told Frow at one point, before asking the executive about the exact chemistry behind her commissioning process. (It should be noted that his is still unclear because Apple has yet to give a full interview to Hunt, whose commissions include Gary Oldman’s spy drama “Slow Horses.”)

She later opened up a fascinating discussion of Channel 5’s scripted success, pointing out that drama was “one of those genres that’s sacrosanct, because everyone says you’re not smart enough or that you don’t have enough money to do it”.

When Frow explained he “can’t take much credit for the drama” on Channel 5, which reports to Commissioner Sebastian Cardwell, Hunt joked: “But you will take responsibility for it.”

And Hunt should know — she’s been there. Now, nearly five years after taking the reins of Apple in Europe, she reminds us that she’s still the smartest person in the room.

Hamilton in the news – May 2022 – News Mon, 06 Jun 2022 05:12:57 +0000

Major national and regional news outlets regularly interview Hamilton faculty, staff, and students for their expertise and perspectives on current events, and to feature campus programs and activities.

May coverage highlights were compiled by the Media Relations Office. Links are provided, but some may require subscriptions to access content. Please contact Senior Media Relations Manager Vige Barrie if you cannot open the link and are not subscribed.

  • “NY State Climate Act” – WIBX (Utica talk/news radio), May 3
    Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies Aaron Strong discussed the proposed law.
  • “A DNA test led Yashua Klos to new connections and new art” – The New York TimesMay 12
    The Wellin Museum exhibiting artist discussed his work in a feature article.
  • “Staying monolingual is a surefire way for America to fall behind” – The hillMay 15
    President David Wippman is co-author of this essay.
  • “Meet the former, LA Clippers president who will speak at the start of Hamilton College” – Observer-Dispatch (Utica, NY), May 20
    This article featured Gillian Zucker ’90.
  • “Will you be hired if no one can pronounce your name? – EFinancialCareersMay 20
    This article relayed the results of a study by economics professor Stephen Wu.
  • “Bison shot; primaries; Inflation” – WCNY (public television, Syracuse, NY) – Ivory towerMay 20
    History professor Ty Seidule was a panelist on this political affairs show.
  • “Sending Moldova modern weapons in light of Putin’s ‘clear’ ambitions” – NewsweekMay 21
    David Rivera, Visiting Assistant Professor of Government, commented.
  • “Graduation Season Celebrated In-Person at Local Colleges” – WKTV (NBC Affiliate, Utica, NY), May 22
  • “Essential focus: Yashua Klos interviewed” – BOMB MagazineMay 23
    The Wellin Museum exhibiting artist discussed his work in a feature article.
  • “New boathouse dedicated to the south of Rome” – Daily Sentinel (Rome, NY), May 24
  • “The Ukraine-Russia War Takes Modern Warfare to Historic Altitudes” – The World Peace Organization, May 25
    Will Rampe ’24 wrote this essay.
  • “Declaration or no declaration? – Inside Higher EducationMay 26
    Vice President of Communications and Marketing Melissa Richards wrote this essay.
  • “Russia wasted decades of soft power gains on the war in Ukraine” – NewsweekMay 26
    Government professor Alan Cafruny commented.
  • “‘They saved this town’: Refugees flocked to Utica and cleaned the rust from a dying industrial town” – Post-Standard (Syracuse, NY), May 26
    This article discussed a film about refugees in Utica created by a group of Hamilton alumni as well as a study of the economic impact of refugees by economics professor Paul Hagstrom.
  • “How to Talk to Your Middle Schooler About Suicide” – (NBC) May 30
    Council Director David Walden commented.
  • “9 things college mental health counselors want parents to understand” – (NBC) May 30
    Council Director David Walden commented.