Programming

5 best tech newsletters to subscribe to in 2022

One of the most effective methods of building a dedicated customer base is by using digital newsletters. You can build trust and convince your subscribers to buy by running regular newsletters that provide value. It takes time and dedication to develop an interested readership. However, you can start by starting …

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Maori television programming continues to be critically acclaimed with nine nominations for the 2021 New Zealand Television Awards.

November 29, 2021 TE AO WITH MOANA is a finalist for Best Newsreel and Te Māngai Pāho for Best Maori Program while a feature documentary commissioned by Māori Television – LOIMATA: THE SWEETEST TEARS – is a finalist in three categories. The New Zealand Television Awards recognize television excellence in …

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Differences between Premier League Fantasy and Champions League Fantasy

Fantasy games have taken Europe by storm over the past two years. The number of active players continues to grow each year, along with the range of gaming options available to fantasy admirers across the continent. We all know American citizens and their connection to fantasy football and basketball, but …

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Minimalist movement on the BBC as it halves original artistic programming

The BBC has cut its original artistic programming in half over the past decade, as the company fills its rehearsal schedule and focuses on ‘high impact’ entertainment. In 2010, the BBC broadcast 305 hours of original arts programming. By 2020, that figure had fallen to 154 hours, according to new …

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Smith Hall expansion on LFCC campus will allow more mechatronic programming | Winchester Star

DOWNTOWN – The expansion of the Alson H. Smith Hall on the LFCC’s Middletown Campus will allow Workforce Solutions to expand its high-demand advanced manufacturing program. The Mechatronics program teaches students – and those already in the workforce looking to upgrade their skills – how to use and maintain the …

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How Robo Advisors Deliver and Work for People in Singapore

Many people want to invest their money but do not have the expertise or the time to manage a portfolio on their own. Robo-advisers can help these people by investing their money in the right place and getting a good return on investment (ROI). Robo advisers are financial tools that …

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DUU “looks forward to thinking about how to do things in a new way” with changing pandemic restrictions, one adviser

Duke University Union has faced various challenges this year as it organizes events for students, including pandemic restrictions and the loss of advisers. Most DUU events were online last year due to COVID-19 policies. Even though a few events remained “in person,” they offered limited face-to-face interaction – the cup …

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‘The Sinner’ to end with season 4 as US network’s programming strategy continues to evolve – deadline

USA Network’s current fourth season The fisherman will be his last. The remaining three episodes will air on November 17 and 24, leading to an extended season 4 – and series – finale on December 1, which will end. Retail The Journey of Harry Ambrose (Bill Pullman). Primetime-Panic Your Complete …

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Michigan Radio begins programming on WLNZ

LANSING, Michigan – Michigan Radio now has programming on the Lansing Community College radio station. The new collaboration launched today and LCC officials say they believe it will attract more listeners to the station. The fate of the college radio station, WLNZ, has been in question since LCC announced it …

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