Canada Jetlines chooses YVR as its primary base of operations

first_img Thursday, February 7, 2019 Posted by Travelweek Group << Previous PostNext Post >> VANCOUVER — Canada Jetlines says it will use Vancouver International Airport as its home airport and primary base of operations when it begins flight operations, currently targeted for later this year.Jetlines has filed and received confirmation from YVR that all airport slots needed to operate their initial network using their first two Airbus A320 aircraft will be available.YVR is Canada’s second busiest airport in Canada, serving more than 25.9 million passengers in 2018. It also has over 2.5 million people living within a 30-minute drive.In addition to the desirable location and facilities, Jetlines says it was also attracted to YVR due to its competitive rates and charges. The airport’s ConnectYVR program provides airlines a standard rate structure for landing and terminal fees. This program rewards airlines for efficiency and growing their services at YVR providing further incentive for Jetlines to build their base of operations out of Vancouver, says Canada Jetlines CEO Javier Suarez.More news:  Sunwing ready to launch Mazatlán-Quebec City direct this winter“I am extremely excited to be able to use Vancouver International Airport as our primary base of operations once we launch,” says Suarez. “The Greater Vancouver area population, cost to operate from the airport, and transit accessibility, linked with the enormous tourist attraction that Vancouver has, provides Jetlines with a massive business opportunity. Having launched more than 300 routes in my career with most of them out of primary airports, I have no doubt that the Vancouver Airport will offer Jetlines the opportunity to launch and profitably operate a large number of routes.”As always Canada Jetlines’ ability to service this airport is subject to the completion of the airline licensing process and the receipt of applicable regulatory approvals.The would-be ultra low-cost carrier, at last check aiming for a summer 2019 launch, has also signed deals with Saint-Hubert airport in Quebec as well as Kelowna and Winnipeg. Its destination wish list, with signed agreements, includes Puerto Vallarta, Cancun, Los Cabos, Puerto Plata, Samana and Santo Domingo.center_img Canada Jetlines chooses YVR as its primary base of operations Tags: Canada Jetlines, Vancouver International Airport Sharelast_img read more

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Do Costa Rica crops have a Water Footprint

first_imgNo related posts. A group of experts from the Center for Water Resources in Central America and the Caribbean (Hidrocec), at the National University (UNA), are studying how much water is consumed by Costa Rica’s agricultural sector, the country’s top consumer of the resource.The team’s objective is to determine the sector’s hydrological footprint in order to design alternative strategies for hydrological planning and better water management policies in Costa Rica, and to achieve better hydrological and food security. According to UNESCO’s Institute for Water Education, the water footprint of an individual, business or nation is defined as the total volume of freshwater that is used to produce the goods and services consumed by the individual, business or nation.The UNA study covered coffee, rice, banana and pineapple crops from 2008-2011.To calculate a crop’s water footprint, three types of water use are included: “blue water,” “green water” and “gray water.” Green water refers to rainwater collected in the soil and which is absorbed by trees or crops. Blue water is found in rivers, lakes and aquifers, and needs to be transported to be utilized. Gray water is used to dilute contaminants, such as agrochemicals, to levels that are less harmful to the environment. “It’s important to know how much water we are using and which crops use the most,” Hidrocec coordinator Andrea Suárez said. “Confronted with scarcity, it is important to know how much water is used in order to improve efficiency of water use given the effects of climate change.” Hidrocec agronomist Christian Golcher said the study calculates the water requirement per hectare of farmland for each crop.“We calculated an amount of cubic meters of water per ton produced for each crop,” Golcher said. “Although the results of the study have not yet been published, we can say that of the four crops included in the study, rice has the greatest hydrological footprint.”Javier Bogantes, president of the Latin American Water Tribunal, said he is troubled that officials throughout Latin America are allowing the development of large projects that exert extreme pressure on hydrological ecosystems. “Our vision is a systemic one, and the problem with the hydrological footprint, although it’s an important contribution, is that it’s not always viewed from a systemic perspective,” Bogantes said. “For us, an analysis of the water issue has to be systemic, as water functions as a system.” Bogantes said that one of the biggest mistakes in water management is to focus specifically on water use, which refers to the water that is distributed from one place to another, instead of focusing on aquifers, deep underground water sources and rivers. “In Costa Rica, government officials prioritize short-term development that puts at risk what’s most important for the country’s development: water and land,” Bogantes said. He cited as an example excessive use of water in the Caribbean region. “Between Pérez Zeledón and the Caribbean, there are approximately 55,000 hectares of pineapple plantations that are developing without controls. In that type of development, there is no type of hydrological nor ecological planning,” he said. “The same happened with the expansion of banana plantations.” Heavy agrochemical use and excessive water use alter hydrological systems in these regions, he said. Another problem is the amount of water lost to pollution. The amount of water used to produce a crop is less important of a factor, he said.“Urgent planning is needed in Costa Rica regarding which regions are going to continue developing big single-crop projects,” he said. Facebook Commentslast_img read more

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Check the conditions of your ticket You may have

first_imgCheck the conditions of your ticket. You may have purchased a ticket that has more flexible conditions, such as the British Airways Plus or Ryanair Business Plus. You can usually find your ticket conditions on your email or online account. Most airlines have a tolerant policy if you cancel well in advance. You may still be charged the APD fee, but the closer to the date you cancel, the more you’ll be charged. It depends on the airline: Bmi – Within 24 hours of booking your ticket is fully refundable,f you have a non-refundable ticket, you may be refunded the tax minus an administration charge of  £35. Can I get a refund on a flight? Aer Lingus – On selected tickets, minimum €20 admin fee per ticket. Ryanair – No refunds on Ryanair. £17 admin fee for claiming back APD. Related6 secrets of finding the best low cost flightsWe reveal our six savviest secrets, tried and tested by expert budget travellers, that will help you to find the best low cost flights. There are a few ways of finding low cost flights that everyone knows about – like using a flight comparison site such as Skyscanner, of course.…APD refunds: how to claim back airline taxIf you booked a flight for your family before March 1st 2016, you could be entitled to a refund on the APD (air passenger duty). APD was scrapped for children under 12 on May 1st 2015, and then abolished for children under 16 on March 1st 2016. Here’s how to…Travel Glossary – airline jargon explainedSkyscanner has put together a list of travel-related words, phrases and acronyms to help you plan your journey. When purchasing your ticket, some airlines will allow you to buy a ‘flexible’ ticket for a slightly higher price. This grants you flexibility on your flight with no extra charges. Your insurance may cover flight cancellation in the case of a terror attack or family death. Check the flights or ‘trip interruptions’ section of your policy to see if it’s included. Thomas Cook – No refunds on Thomas Cook. Jet2 – No refunds on Jet2. £25 admin fee for claiming back APD . Book the best flight with Skyscanner now ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map Call your airline ASAP easyJet – Within 24 hours will refund all except a £25 admin fee. After 24 hours the booking is non-refundable with the exception of APD which is refunded without additional charge.center_img What is APD? Can I cancel my flight booking? How can I get my flight refunded? Which airlines have free cancellation? Flybe – No refunds on Flybe, minimum £25 admin fee for claiming back ADP. Contact your insurance Air Passenger Duty is a duty paid for each passenger on board a plane of more than 20 people. This is paid upfront by the airline, which is why you will be asked to cover it. ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepartReturnCabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map Virgin Atlantic – On selected tickets, minimum £30 up to 100% of the cost per ticket. Is your ticket flexible? Not always. For example, easyJet does not allow for cancellations (so you won’t get a refund), only changes. However, most other airlines allow you to cancel your flight for a fee and percentage of the overall cost. For example, British Airways only charges £15 per ticket refund/cancellation. How to fly like a pro Does Skyscanner process my payment?Want to know more about booking the best available flight? Skyscanner has hidden gems like the Everywhere tool, Cheapest Month and First/Economy Class Search. Find them all now.Does Skyscanner manage my booking and flight details?Skyscanner is the world’s travel search engine, helping your money go further on flights, hotels and car hire. Thomson – No refunds on Thomson. £25 admin fee for claiming back APD. British Airways – Within 24 hours of booking your ticket is fully refundable. On selected tickets, a £15 minimum service fee applies per ticket.last_img read more

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News podcast Cyprus hidden gems EU issues with Russia rescuing baby birds

first_imgThe Cyprus News Digest, in collaboration with the Cyprus Mail brings you an in-depth analysis of some of the latest developments in international and local news – in audio form.This week:The EU still has issues with Russia over Ukraine;See Why you should discover Cyprus’ hidden gems with a new NGO;The dos and don’ts about rescuing baby birds;After 5 years, the Cyprus Motor Show returnsMore at http://cyprusmail.libsyn.comYou May LikeFigLeaf Beta AppGet Maximum Privacy with Minimum EffortFigLeaf Beta AppUndoTotal Battle – Online Strategy GameIf You’re PC User This Strategy Game Is A Must-Have!Total Battle – Online Strategy GameUndoTruthFinder People Search SubscriptionOne Thing All Liars Have in Common, Brace YourselfTruthFinder People Search SubscriptionUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoTwo arrested in connection with attempted murderUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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Lakkotrypis off to Iran

first_imgEnergy, Commerce, Industry and Tourism Minister Giorgos Lakkotrypis will pay a two day working visit to Iran, accompanied by a business delegation of the Cyprus Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Cyprus Tourism Organisation.On Wednesday, Lakkotrypis will participate in the Cyprus – Iran business forum where he will present to delegates opportunities for investment and business cooperation in Cyprus.During his working visit, the minister will meet with Deputy Foreign Minister of Iran and will participate in an event organised by the Cyprus Tourism Organisation with the participation of Iranian travel agents.On Thursday, Lakkotrypis will hold separate meetings with the Iranian Minister of Industry and Commerce, the Vice President responsible for tourism issues, the Minister of Petroleum and the Minister of Finance. (CNA)You May LikeLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoKelley Blue BookYou Won’t Believe How Affordable These Ford Car Models AreKelley Blue BookUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCruise passenger airlifted to Paphos hospitalUndoRemand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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Rep Cole encourages local residents to explore Michigan farms

first_img21Sep Rep. Cole encourages local residents to explore Michigan farms Categories: Cole News,Featured news,News Share your farm fresh experience with #MIFarmFresh105 State Rep. Triston Cole, R-Mancelona, invites local residents to share their Michigan farm fresh experiences this fall by uploading photos to Facebook, Twitter and Instagram using the hashtag: #MIFarmFresh105.“I’m excited to see photos of families exploring Pure Michigan at the many great farms across the state,” Rep. Cole said. “Key farm features to include in the photo could be scenic views of the land, friends and family picking fruits and vegetables, a stop at a road-side stand or partaking in harvest-time farm rituals.”“This social media campaign is designed to promote farm fresh products and to share your experience with fellow proud Michiganders and highlight the best Michigan has to offer. Be sure to add #MIFarmFresh105 in your accompanying social media post along with your photo.”Rep. Cole will be following all your farm fresh experiences this fall and reposting the #MIFarmFresh105 photos to his social media accounts.#####center_img Tags: #FarmFresh105, #SB, Ag, Cole, Fall, Farm, Harvest last_img read more

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Rep Hauck welcomes guests to August office hours

first_img11Aug Rep. Hauck welcomes guests to August office hours Categories: Hauck News State Rep. Roger Hauck of Union Township announced his August office hours schedule for Midland and Isabella counties. Hauck will be available to meet with residents on Monday, Aug. 28 at the following times and locations:8:30 to 10 a.m. at the Isabella County Administration Building, 200 N. Main St., in Mt. Pleasant;10:30 a.m. to noon at Leah’s Korner Kafe, 300 E. Railway St., in Coleman; and1 to 2:30 p.m. at the Lake Isabella Village Building, 1010 S. Clubhouse Drive, in Lake Isabella.“It is a privilege to meet with members of our community on a regular basis,” Hauck said. “I have learned so much by hosting monthly office hours in the district, and I look forward to doing so again.”No appointments are necessary. Those unable to attend may contact Rep. Hauck at 517-373-1789 or via email at RogerHauck@house.mi.gov.last_img read more

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Rep Maturen bill protecting vets drinking water advances to House floor

first_img Categories: Maturen News,News 30Nov Rep. Maturen bill protecting vets’ drinking water advances to House floor A bill to heighten drinking water testing standards at facilities housing veterans, sponsored by state Rep. David Maturen, was approved by the House Committee on Natural Resources this week. The bill is part of a bipartisan package aimed at protecting municipal drinking water sources.“As we increase the requirements for testing drinking water across the board, it is crucial that we take special care to protect the water of those veterans who protected us,” Maturen said. “I would like to thank all those from both sides of the aisle who worked to bring this important solution to the House floor.”Maturen’s proposal requires that veterans facilities’ drinking water is tested regularly for lead by a certified lab to ensure levels comply with the federal standards for lead and copper.HB 6082, along with the rest of the bipartisan package, will advance to the House floor for consideration.last_img read more

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Rep Allor takes plan to contain firefightingrelated PFAS contamination to House Committee

first_img30Apr Rep. Allor takes plan to contain firefighting-related PFAS contamination to House Committee State Rep. Sue Allor today advocated before the House Natural Resources and Outdoor Recreation Committee on behalf of her proposal to contain and control PFAS contamination caused by AFFF fire-fighting foam.“Firefighting foam used to contain fuel fires at military bases and airports is one of the most substantial sources of PFAS contamination – not just in Michigan, but across the nation,” Allor said. “Though use of this firefighting foam is on the decline, we must contain the effects of AFFF foam use in any way we can.  Proper and consistent reporting on the uses of AFFF is a common sense and necessary first step. This plan treats the use of AFFF foam just as any other known contamination, by requiring reporting to proper authorities.”Allor’s plan provides a regulatory structure and turn-in program for PFAS-containing AFFF firefighting foam. It would require fire departments to report use of firefighting foam containing PFAS to the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (MDEGLE) within 48 hours, including:The purpose for which the foam was usedThe specific location it was usedThe quantity of concentrate and water usedThe water body potentially affected by any runoff, with specific information on where it could flow;Practices used for proper cleanup and disposal.The plan also instructs MDEGLE to establish a collection program for fire departments to safely dispose of AFFF foam.AFFF foam is used by fire departments to suppress petroleum-based fires. While manufacturers voluntarily stopped making PFAS-containing foam in 2002, in exchange for a safer alternative, many facilities still have the older foam on hand. The military has begun efforts to eliminate these inventories, and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has initiated its rule-making process to regulate all forms of PFAS.“While the federal government has begun the process of addressing use of this chemical, it could take up to three years,” said Allor, of Wolverine. “I know we can do better, especially with this specific project,” Allor said. Categories: Allor Newslast_img read more

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NYC Does a Poor Job Overseeing Nonprofits Running Homeless Shelters

first_imgShare6TweetShare7Email13 SharesDecember 22, 2015; New York TimesSometimes, just due to a lack of resources, public agencies fail to exercise adequate oversight of the nonprofits they contract to provide critical public services.The New York Times reports on an audit showing that the New York City Department of Homeless Services doesn’t have enough employees to oversee the nonprofit organizations that operate its shelters, which house 12,000 families with children. The agency is being reviewed after a management shake-up last week.Mayor Bill de Blasio acknowledged the inadequacy and said he would add more staff to the current 14 analysts over the next two months. The City Comptroller’s audit found that the current ratio of one program analyst for every 900 families has prevented consistent apartment inspections. Auditors found a range of health and safety problems, including mold, cockroaches, and mice, as well as peeling paint and missing window screens.The findings mirror those in a report requested by the mayor and produced in March by the city’s Department of Investigation. This recent audit comes in the wake of the resignation of the commissioner of homeless services after months of criticism. The mayor said the agency would be reorganized and the city would improve its efforts.Comptroller Scott Stringer told the Times he did not want the mayor to ignore the problems within the shelters while focusing on the more obvious homeless problem the public sees on the streets and in the subways. An estimated 3,100 homeless people were living on the streets last year, compared with more than 58,000 living in the shelters, managed by community-based nonprofits under the auspices of the Homeless Services Department.New York City’s approach to street homelessness, shelters, and rental assistance programs that help people get into permanent housing will all be reviewed over the first quarter of 2016. The comptroller’s audit findings will figure into that. The agency says it has already addressed many of the points raised in the audit, creating a shelter repair squad and adding 260 security officers.The audit looked at 155 shelters for families, which includes about 23,000 children. It also investigated a random sampling of apartments in a few of those shelters, where it found rodents and roaches, blocked fire escapes, broken showers and light fixtures, and faulty smoke detectors.The auditors said there had been poor oversight because of the size of the workloads that burden the agency’s staff, who said that they depended on the nonprofit operators to report problems.—Larry KaplanShare6TweetShare7Email13 Shareslast_img read more

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French media regulator the CSA is to issue its app

first_imgFrench media regulator the CSA is to issue its appeal for candidates to launch six new channels on the country’s digital-terrestrial platform next Monday, CSA president Michel Boyon has announced.The move follows the decision last week by the French government to launch six new channels on the platform in place of awarding so-called bonus channels to commercial broadcasters Canal Plus, TF1 and M6 following the country’s digital switchover next month.Vivendi CEO Jean-Bernard Lévy has meanwhile told L’Express magazine that Canal Plus is likely to apply to launch one of the proposed six new channels on the platform, provided the terms of the CSA’s call for candidates are acceptable.Separately, French media authors’ organisations SACD and SCAM have condemned the government’s decision to abandon its previous plans to award bonus channels to the main commercial players.The two organisations said they deplored the government’s decision to cave in to European Commission’s decision against the plan, which they described as disproportionate and legally contestable. The law under which the bonus channels were to be awarded would have placed obligations in favour of local and European production, which they said the EC had not taken account of. SACD and SCAM called on the government and media regulator the CSA to set similar obligations as conditions for awarding the six new channels on the platform.last_img read more

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Global TV revenue increased by 77 last year to £

first_imgGlobal TV revenue increased by 7.7% last year to £239 billion (€284 billion), according to UK media regulator Ofcom.The regulator’s sixth annual International Communications Market Report recorded a recovery in the advertising market where revenues were up 9.9%. Income from subscription services was up 7.1%, with BSkyB in the UK experiencing the most significant jump in earnings, up £600m (13.2%) to £5.3bn. Sogecable, which owns the Digital Plus DTH platform in Spain experienced a drop in earnings for the second year in a row, declining 18.6% in 2009 to £1.4bn, and a further decline of 15.3% in 2010 to £1.1bn.By country, pay TV take-up at the end of 2010 was highest in the Netherlands (98%) and Sweden (93%), alongside India (82%), the US (88%) and Canada (91%); this compared to take-up of 52% in the UK.The report found that digital TV penetration rose last year in all 17 countries covered by the survey, with take up highest in Spain (98%), the UK (97%) and France (93%). Ofcom said HD had officially entered the mainstream in France where 60% of households can receive HD channels on their main TV set, compared with 21% in the UK.The report also found that online services including the BBC’s iPlayer and Channel 4’s 4oD have led to 27% of Britons watching online TV services at least once a week, compared with 17% in France and Italy and 11% in Germany.last_img read more

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German public broadcaster ZDF will launch HD versi

first_imgGerman public broadcaster ZDF will launch HD versions of its thematic channels in May. The broadcaster will launch HD versions of ZDFneo, ZDFinfo, ZDFkultur, 3sat and Kika on May 1 via satellite.No deal is in place to secure carriage of the channels on cable, but ZDF director Thomas Bellut said that cable would be under pressure from viewers to include the HD offerings in their line-up.Separately, ZDF has named Norbert Himmler as its new programming director. Himmler was previously head of development for films and was also responsible for the build up to the launch of the ZDFneo channel.last_img

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Digitalterrestrial TV coverage now reaches 90 of

first_imgDigital-terrestrial TV coverage now reaches 90% of the population of Ukraine, according to Aleksandr Kurdinovich, the chairman of the State Committee for Television and Radio Broadcasting.Kurdinovich told local press that some areas of the country would remain problematic for DTT, notably the mountainous regions of the Carpathians in the western part of the country and the Crimean peninsula.last_img

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UEFA has awarded Champions League media rights for

first_imgUEFA has awarded Champions League media rights for the 2012-15 tournament in Hungary to Chello Central Europe.Chello Central Europe has secured the rights to the best match on Tuesday, the final and UEFA Super Cup as well as Tuesday highlights. Each matchweek the live match and highlights will be broadcast on basic tier channel Sport 1.last_img

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UK commercial broadcaster ITV is trying to strike

first_imgUK commercial broadcaster ITV is trying to strike a deal with telco BT that will enable it to show Premier League football matches for the first time.The broadcaster is in talks with BT to show some of the 154 matches that the telco has the rights to on one of its terrestrial channels, according to the Telegraph. The deal could see ITV producing coverage of the matches.In June, BT won the broadcast rights to 38 matches a season for three seasons from 2013 in a deal worth £738 million (€935 million). Soon after the Premier League announced the results of the bidding process, BT revealed plans for a new sports channel that will take advantage of its high-speed fibre network to deliver “new interactive features” to BT Vision customers.According to reports, BT is also talking to ITV and other parties about helping it to produce the new channel, offering £100 million over three years.last_img read more

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TV applications specialist Accedo has integrated i

first_imgTV applications specialist Accedo has integrated its TV Everywhere (TVE) solution with the mpx publishing system provided by technology company thePlatform.Access will pre-integrate with TVE reference apps with mpx.Accedo’s TVE Solution is designed to enable pay TV operators and media companies to launch premium multiscreen services across a range of connected devices, while thePlatform’s mpx system provides a central hub for managing, monetising and syndicating video views.“We have worked with thePlatform in numerous successful deployments previously and we’re excited to now bring a pre-integrated solution to our customers. Accedo’s unparalleled application experience and thePlatform’s proven content management and distribution solution offers a best of breed combined offering to the market.” commented Michael Lantz, CEO, Accedo.last_img read more

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French digital economy minister Fleur Pellerin has

first_imgFrench digital economy minister Fleur Pellerin has said France Telecom-Orange is free to pursue negotiations to find an investor in its online video portal Dailymotion and that there is no need for the site to remain under exclusive French control, although its technology and employees had to remain based in France. Pellerin’s intervention follows a much-criticised move by productivity minister Arnaud Montebourg to limit the extent of foreign ownership of Dailymotion after talks between Orange and Yahoo! that could have seen the latter take a majority stake. Economy minister Pierre Moscovici later distanced himself from Montebourg’s intervention.last_img

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Hybrid TV technology specialist httv and compressi

first_imgHybrid TV technology specialist httv and compression specialist Thomson Video Networks have teamed up to offer an end-to-end HbbTV Platform for DVB-T2 and OTT markets. A joint demonstration will be showcased at IBC 2013 on Thomson Video Networks’ stand.Thomson Video Networks and httv have decided to join forces to offer a product for emerging markets switching from analogue to DVB-T2 platforms, especially in Asia. A first demonstration of their cooperation was showcased at the end of July 2013 at the Thaibex exhibition in Thailand followed by a demonstration at Digital TV Life at the end of August 2013 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.IBC 2013 will see the pair offer a joint solution for OTT markets. The IBC joint demonstration will showcase how various HbbTV 1.5 services, including OTT video services streamed using MPEG-DASH, can be delivered alongside live broadcast services.The demonstration is based on httvStream, httv‘s HbbTV compliant play-out solution, and Thomson Video Networks’ ViBETM EM4000 HD/SD encoder, ViBE VS7000 multi-screen video platform and Flextream 2.0 statistical multiplexing technology.“Today’s broadcasters are looking for solutions to deliver new services such as HbbTV 1.5 that perfectly complement their premium live broadcast content in the most cost-effective, bandwidth-efficient manner possible, on every platform and device,” said Eric Gallier, vice-president of marketing, Thomson Video Networks. “Working with httv, we can help our joint broadcast customers to continue expanding their audience by enhancing the viewer experience and engagement.”“httv and Thomson Video Networks bring decades of experience and innovation in the interactive television business”, said Regis Saint Girons, CEO of httv. “By combining our complementary strengths and worldwide presence, we can help our customers to reduce time to market in their digital switch off and launch innovative OTT services.”Thomson Video Networks will exhibit at IBC on stand 14.A10 and httv will exhibit on stand 5.B18last_img read more

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