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04Quarter - 2019

2020 Rose Bowl Game will kick off January 1, 2020 at 1:00 p.m.
115- The 88th Annual Hollywood Christmas Parade
106- 150 Years LAPD
114- In Memory of Virginia Pilato Maddox, aka Lynn Mann
115- The future of mobility at LA Auto Show
Automobility LA, Press Days Nov. 18-21
November 9th, 1989 the Berlin Wall fell
101- Pink's Hot Dogs Fans celebrate 80th anniversary
101- 80 years of "Wizard of Oz"
102- Google's free cloud storage Bait & Switch
102- 2019, the year the World Wide Web
celebrates its 30th anniversary
102- France To Sanction Google for online snippets
of press articles on Google News.
115- CANNES, the jewel among festival towns
106- Ceremonial events mark 70th anniversary of the
People's Republic of China
106- "Right to Be Forgotten" ruling marks Google victory
115- A Glimpse at MIPCOM, Cannes, France
 101- SOCAL CONNECTED takes deep dive
into Southern California's Recycling Crisis
101- LOST LA explores LA region's hidden past
106- Ceremonial events mark 70th anniversary of the
People's Republic of China
106- "Right to Be Forgotten" ruling marks Google victory
101- Troy Cory, First American to perform on Stage in China, PRC
101- Cory's Road to China
102- The Man History Overheard
101-Vine Street Video Center

03Quarter - 2019

Ken Burns'"Country Music" film premiered on PBS, nationwide
107- Country Artist Jerry Wallace remembered by his fans,
but not by the Country Music Association
Early Country Music album by 25 great country music artists
114- Cokie Roberts Died (Dec. 27, 1943 - Sept. 17, 2019)
114- Former ABC Broadcaster Sam Donaldson
Remembers Cokie Roberts
 101- SOCAL CONNECTED takes deep dive
into Southern California's Recycling Crisis
106- Amazon facing antitrust probe by the FTC
115-A Glimpse at MIPCOM, Cannes, France
The World's Entertainment Content Market
Across All Platforms"
101- LOST LA explores LA region's hidden past
102- Facebook to license content from major news pblishers
in exhange for fees

108-Gannet and GateHouse to form a Giant
101-Two Public relations firms merge in mega agency

115- SIGGRAPH, LA Convention Ctr., July 28 - Aug. 1
101- Ken Burns' "Country Music" documentary screens
at the Autry Museum on July 27.
114- Remembering Monsignor Robert J. Gallagher
115- The Munich Film Fest, June 27 - July 7
115- Movie goers select their favorite film from the festival program
115- The Munich Film Fest CineMerit Award Goes to Ralph Fiennes andAntonio Banderas
115- MUNICH FILM FEST to honor filmmaker Bong Joon Ho

02Quarter - 2019

115- 22nd Shanghai Int'l Film Festival glitters, June 15-24
115- NEWFILMMAKERS LA
115- CineMerit Award Goes to Ralph Fiennes
115- MUNICH FILM FEST to honor filmmaker Bong Joon Ho
102-Apple Kills iTunes
101- Special Olympic Summer Games at Cal State Long Beach
115- • 56 So Cal Journalism Awards Nominations for
KCET & PBS SoCAL, June 30
113- 10th Season for Variety Studio: Actors on Actors
115- 22nd Shanghai Int'l Film Festival, June 15-24

106- Memorial Day
115- Digital Hollywood Spring, Skirball Center, LA, May 21-23
115- SPACE TECH EXPO, Pasadena, CA, May 21 -22
114- Doris Day (1922 - 2019) dies at 97.
102- The Man History Overheard
111th Anniversary of Wireless Telephone Patent
The 55th Pasadena Showcase House of Design, April 21 - May 2019
Pasadena Show Case House 1990- the Cory Estate

106- Apple and chip maker Qualcomm settle
106-Jury awards Qualcomm $31 million
106- Apple dealt legal blow as jury awards Qualcomm $31 Mill
115- NAB Show, Las Vegas, April 6-11
115- MIP TV ready for Spring in Cannes, April 8-11
• 115- France will be MIPTV 2019's Country of Honor
115- LA Times Festival of Books, April 13-14
115- Tribeca Film Festival, New York City, April 24 - May 5

01Quarter - 2019
101- Elisha Barno and Askale Maerachi win the
34th Sketchers Performance Los Angeles Marathon
101- MARATHON RACE WEEK HAS FINALLY ARRIVED!
5G - Top subject at Mobile World Congress
115-Oscars No Shows, 1960 - 2016
50 Years Eyewinteness News Format
115- Discover the world at the LA Travel and Adventure Show
• 115- France will be MIPTV 2019's Country of Honor
101- Patriots beat LA Ram 13-3 in defensive struggle
101- Rams head to Super Bowl, Feb. 3
115- Berlin Film Festival, Feb. 7 - 17
115- Michael Jackson Docu Premiered at Sundance
115- Sundance Film Festival, Jan. 24 - Feb. 3
115- Golden Mike Awards

107- Oscar-nominated actress Terry Moore turns 90
107- The Harrison Carrol Cinema Reporting Prize
115- Golden Globe Awards Winners, January 6
115- SAG Awards, Jan. 27
115- SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL, Jan. 24-Feb. 3
Cars, The Internet of Things and More
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101- Ohio Buckeyes score 28 over Washington Huskies 23
101- Ohio State and Washington to Play in the Rose Bowl
America clebrates the New Year with the 130th Rose Parade
101- OHIO STATE Vs WASHINGTON AT THE ROSE BOWL
• 115- Chaka Khan will ride as Grand Marshal
in the 130th Rose Parade®
115- Rose Parade themes in the 21st century
106- FCC could kill net neutrality
101- Troy Cory, First American to perform on Stage in China, PRC
101- Cory's Road to China
101- Vine Street Video Center

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2020 Rose Bowl Game will kick off January 1, 2020 at 1:00 p.m.••••
•••• Since 1890, the Tournament of Roses has produced America's New Year Celebration, bringing the traditions of the Rose Parade and Rose Bowl Game to Pasadena and the world for 130 years.
•••• The 106th Rose Bowl Game between Washington Huskies vs Ohio State Buckeyes and presented by Northwestern Mutual will take place on January 1, 2020, at the Rose Bowl Stadium and will feature top teams from the Pac-12 and Big Ten known as "The Granddaddy" of Them All. The Rose Bowl Game is the oldest bowl game and kicked off a myriad college football legacies in 1902.
•••• The first Tournament of Roses football game, which was the first post-season football game in the nation, was staged at Tournament Park on January 1, 1902. The game matched the West Coast's Stanford against Midwestern Michigan. (The teams would later become members of today's Pac-12 and Big Ten conferences, respectively.) Michigan routed Stanford, 49-0, prompting the football contest to be replaced with Roman-style chariot races inspired by the literary classic Ben-Hur. Football was permanently reinstated as part of the Tournament's traditions in 1916.
•••• The exclusive agreement among the Tournament of Roses Association, the Big Ten Conference and the Pac-12 Conference was born in 1946, and the first game played under the agreement took place on January 1, 1947. The pact is the oldest intercollegiate postseason bowl agreement between two major conferences in the United States.
•••• This collegiate classic has been the occasion of many firsts. The Rose Bowl Game was the first local radio broadcast of an East-West bowl game in 1926, the first transcontinental radio broadcast of a sporting event in 1927, the first local telecast of a college football game in 1948, the first national telecast of a college football game in 1952, the first coast-to-coast color telecast of a collegiate football game in 1962, and the first College Football Playoff Semifinal in 2015.
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WASHINGTON TO PLAY
IN THE ROSE BOWL GAME - By Gary Sunkin
•••• Since 1890, the Tournament of Roses has produced America's New Year Celebration, bringing the traditions of the Rose Parade and Rose Bowl Game to Pasadena and the world for nearly 130 years.
•••• The Ohio State Buckeyes, champions of the Big Ten Conference, and the Washington Huskies, champions of the Pac-12 Conference, will play in the 105th Rose Bowl Game presented by Northwestern Mutual at 1 p.m. PT/4 p.m. ET, on January 1, 2019, at the Rose Bowl Stadium.
GARY Rose Bowl150w.jpg•••• This year's Rose Bowl Game will be the 13th meeting between the Ohio State Buckeyes and the Washington Huskies, and will be the second occurrence in The Granddaddy of Them All.
•••• No. 9 Washington is headed back to the Rose Bowl for the second time since a 34-24 victory over Purdue on Jan. 1, 2001.
•••• No. 5 Ohio State is headed back to the Rose Bowl for the second time since a 26-17 victory over Oregon on Jan. 1, 2010.
•••• The Washington-Ohio State game will mark the second time in five years that the Rose Bowl has featured the Pac-12 and Big Ten champions. The last time that happened was after the 2013 season, when Michigan State defeated Stanford, 24-20.
Back to Pasadena
•••• Washington and Ohio State are each making their 16th appearance in the Rose Bowl. USC (with 34) and Michigan (20) are the only two programs that have been to the Rose Bowl more.
The Huskies are 7-6-1 in the Rose Bowl Game. The Buckeyes are 7-7.??
•••• Pre-game festivities on January 1, will begin at 1 p.m. PT (4 p.m. ET). The game will be televised nationally on ESPN.
Additional tickets for the Rose Bowl Game will go on sale on Tuesday, December 4, at 9 a.m. PT online via www.ticketmaster.com or by calling Ticketmaster at 1-800-653-8000.
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115- The 88th Hollywood Christmas Parade 
••••• 2019 marks the historic 88th Anniversary of the Hollywood Christmas Parade, an American tradition that takes place on the Sunday after Thanksgiving.
••••It will take place on Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California, on Sunday, December 1, 2019, at 5:00 p.m. PT.   
•••• The host of Access Hollywood, Mario Lopez, and the Lopez family, are this year's Grand Marshals.
•••• They will join an eclectic array of musical performances featured during the parade and national telecast, including Jesse & Joy, Dionne Warwick, Brandon Jenner, Sheléa, The Band Of Merrymakers, Rock of Ages, Shawn Wayans presents The Boo Crew, Phil Vassar, David Archuleta, Ace Young & Diana DeGarmo, James Maslow, Ashen Moon with Mikalah Gordonand Brandon Rogers. The parade will also feature a special tribute for Toys for Totsand a magic performance by Mai Wynn and Farrell Dillon of The CW hit series,"Masters of Illusion."
•••• The 88th Annual Hollywood Christmas Parade will be hosted by Erik Estrada, Laura McKenzie, Dean Cain and Montel Williams, with special co-host Elizabeth Stanton.
•••• The event will be presented and produced by Associated Television International, in association with The City of Los Angeles.  
•••• A true Hollywood yearly tradition, the parade attracts more than one million in attendance each year, with larger than life inflatable character balloons, award winning bands, colorful equestrians, ornate floats, popular characters/novelties, celebrity filled cars and, of course, Santa Claus making the much heralded trek down the over three mile parade route.
More About The Hollywood Christmas Parade:
 The annual live parade is held in the streets of Hollywood attracting more than one million people.
•••• The live parade features 5,000 participants, and will be taped for multiple nationwide network television broadcasts to be aired during the holiday season.  The parade will travel along a 3.2 mile U-shaped route starting at Orange Street and Hollywood Boulevard traveling east on Hollywood Boulevard to Vine Street, turning south on Vine Street to Sunset Boulevard, and then turning west on Sunset Boulevard traveling back to Orange Street. FREE Curbside Seating will be available along the parade route, starting at the intersection of Hollywood Boulevard and Highland Avenue, continuing along the rest of the parade route on Vine Street and Sunset Boulevard.
•••• The 88th Annual Hollywood Christmas Parade will premiere as a two-hour special on The CW Network on Friday, December 13 at 8:00 p.m. ET / PT. The parade, featuring Marine Toys for Tots program, which is essential in providing gifts to less fortunate children everywhere, will also air on the Hallmark Channel and on American Forces Network, to more than one million American servicemen and women worldwide. Click More tviStory 115- The 88th Hollywood Christmas Parade
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The future of mobility at LA Auto Show, Nov. 22 - Dec. 1, 2019 Automobility LA Press & Trade Days, Nov. 18 - 21 By Gary Sunkin
LAautoPressGary300w.jpgAt the Los Angeles Convention Center professionals from the automotive and technology spaces gather to discuss what's next in transportation. AutoMobility LA attendees will also have the opportunity to witness vehicle debuts, discover startups, explore the latest in auto-tech innovations, and network. 
•••• In addition to vehicle debuts, press announcements and auto-tech exhibits, AutoMobility LA lends its platform to several organizations to host forums, think tanks and summits to complement its signature programming and provide attendees access to industry leaders in design, marketing and security. 
•••• Founded in 1907, the Los Angeles Auto Show (LA Auto Show®) is the first major North American auto show of the season each year.  In 2016, the show's Press & Trade Days merged with the Connected Car Expo (CCE) to become AutoMobility LA™.
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In Memory of Lynn Mann (1929 - 2019)
Virginia Estelle Pilato Maddox, aka Lynn Mann, passed away on Veterans Day, November 11, in Glendale, CA
Lynn Mann was Associated Television Producer, Casting and Public Relations Director (VRA TelePlay Pictures, The Troy Cory Show)

Lynn Mann, was born on March 31, 1929, in Birmingham Alabama, the daughter of Mary and Giuseppe Pilato. She LynnMann108w.jpggrew up as a young girl with a constant admiration for show business and the men & women in the motion picture industry, especially the actors & singers. As she continued her growth, developing into an attractive young woman, she found herself beginning to associate with the talent in the industry, and in turn, she surprised herself as an avid promoter in many of these fields.
•••• During the early 1970s, Lynn and Sylvia Pittman of Pittman Modeling Agency, coordinated fashion shows within many of the largest theaters.
•••• Lynn Mann developed a taste for casting focusing on documentaries & sitcoms. It was her tenure at the old Desi Lu studios production offices and sound stages, (owned by Lucille Ball & Desi Arnez) located on Melrose, in Hollywood, California where she was contacted by Mr. Troy Cory, who needed male and female extras, for a location shoot of the "Sam Butera and the Wildest" segment of the Troy Cory Show, at his Rosemont Studios.
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••••••••Easter Sunday at the Huntington Hotel, Pasadena
••••••••Josie, Lynn, Troy, Priscilla, Scott

•••• •••• "Lynn Mann was an extraordinary human being, full of charm with a special gift to make people around her feel good and comfortable. She was a wonderful friend and business assciate, and she will never be forgotten." Troy and Josie Cory
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101- Pink's Hot Dogs Fans celebrate 80th anniversary By Gary Sunkin
LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- Legendary Los Angeles eatery Pink's Hot Dogs celebrates its 80th anniversary selling 80 cent Chili Dogs with 100% of the proceeds benefiting local Charities. Nightly Nov. 8 through Nov. 15, one can buy a hot dog for 80 cents. The limit is eight hot dogs per customer, however for non-meat eaters Pink's also has a vegan dog.
•••• Various celebrities will be on hand each night to help sell the discounted dogs. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and Los Angeles Philharmonic Music Director Gustavo Dudamel were called into action on Friday evening.

/Garcetti-Dudamel200w.tif"I'm a big fan of these hot dogs and I eat all the time, so what a great way to have fun and do this thing for charity," said Dudamel.
•••• Different charities will be featured every night. Saturday's sale benefited two charities chosen by ABC 's entertainment guru George Pennacchio.
•••• Other celebrities scheduled to sell hot dogs are singer JoJo Siwa and Justin Turner from the L.A. Dodgers.




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Beverly Pink Wolfe's mother began selling hot dogs out of a push cart back in 1939, long before the bustling Melrose and La Brea area it is today. Hot dogs cost 10 cents and drinks were five cents.
••••Back then "It was just orange trees and weeds. There was nothing here," said Pink Wolfe. "We're honored that everyone has come to celebrate 80 years with us and we hope to continue for many, many more years. Thank you, Los Angeles," she continued.

GarySRedShoe200.jpg101- 80 years of "Wizard of Oz"
August was the 80th anniversary of the classic musical fantasy. Judy Garland starred as Dorothy Gale, the girl from Kansas who had dreams of going "somewhere over the rainbow."
 Red Slippers trivia:
• What happened to the ruby slippers?
•••• A pair of red sequined slippers from the classic 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz" had been found by the FBI, 13 years after ... they disappeared in August 2005 from a museum dedicated to the actress in her hometown of Grand Rapids, Minnesota.

The shoes are one of four pairs Garland wore as Dorothy in the 1939 classic.
• Who owns the ruby slippers?
•••• Because of their iconic stature, the ruby slippers worn by Judy Garland in the film are among the most treasured and valuable film memorabilia in movie history.
•••• Actress Debbie Reynolds also owned a pair of the authentic ruby slippers, purchased at auction for $510,000 in 2011.
•••• An original pair of the ruby slippers is on display at the Smithsonian Institution.
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/Imagespeople/TroyBerlinWall108w.jpg • 101- Rolf Eden - The Berlin Wall - Road To Europe,
••• "Star Maker" and Santa Tales."
Before Troy Cory teamed up with famous German Orchestra leader, Ambros Seelos in the1970s, Troy had already co-starred with Wendell Cory, Rolf Eden, and Barbara Valentine in the Berlin AFI, John Harris, movie production, "Starmaker."
It was in 1970, that Troy, Ambros Seelos, music arranger, composer and songwriter, Sylvester Levay, (Lysy, Levy - "Fly, Robin, Fly," ), and lyricist and translator, Jossi Sigl produced the origianal recording sessions and the Cory/Seelos concert performances in Germany, Innsbruck, Austria, and Basel, Switzerland. CLICK FOR MORE People STORYCLICK FOR MORE The Star Maker, Wendell Corey - Troy Cory STORY IMDb CLICK FOR MORE Rolf Eden STORYMORE Vine Street.
•••• The String section on the Munich Sound recordings was provided by "The Munich Philharmonics"; piano and arrangements by Sylvester Levay. Sevral years later it was Levay who garnered a Grammy Award for "Fly, Robin, Fly," and wrote the music scores for the film "Howard the Duck" and the Vienna musical "Elisabeth."
•••• Troy Cory collaborated with Cinema Prize Records and Agil Musik and co-wrote the song material with the Seelos/Levay/Michalke/Sigl/ team, in producing the album, entitled, "Today's Puzzle."
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The end of the 1970s found Troy Cory playing Santa Claus in the German/American production film "Merry Christmas: Just in the Nick of Time," starring Priscilla Cory, as "Little Miss Santa," and featuring the late German singer, Manuela. Produced by VRA TelePlay Pictures, Bohemia Film and Gábor Wagner, of ARD, the story was filmed in and around the city of Munich, Nymphenburg and Castle Neuschwanstein, Germany and in Oberndorf, Austria, the small village and church where the Christmas carol "Silent Night" was performed for the first time on December 25, 1818.
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102-Google's free cloud storage Bait & Switch
•••• Free cloud storage might be a thing of the past. Google has enticed billions of consumers to its digital services by offering extensive free cloud storage.
•••• In recent months Alphabet Inc. guided more users toward a new paid cloud subscription called Google One, a replacement for its Drive cloud storage service at the same time as the amount of data people stash online continues to soar.
•••• Google One offers a free 15 GB tier -- enough room for about 5,000 photos, depending on the resolution. Then it costs $1.99 a month for 100 GB and up from there. This includes several types of files previously stashed in Google Drive, plus Gmail emails and photos and videos. The company ended its Chromebook two-year 100-GB free storage offer around the same time, while the Pixel free photo storage deal ended in October with the release of the Pixel 4.
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2019 celebrates the 30th Anniversary of the World Wide Web
•••• In 1989 the world's largest physics laboratory, CERN was a hive of ideas and information stored on multiple incompatible computers. Tim Berners-Lee envisioned a unifying structure for linking information across different computers and wrote an proposal in 1989 called "Information Management: A Proposal." By 1991 this vision of universal connectivity had become the Word Wide Web.

"Suppose all information stored on computers everywhere were linked . Suppose I could program my computer to create a space in which everything could be linked to everything."
-Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the World Wide Web

•••• Tim Berners-Lee wrote the first web browser in 1990 while employed at CERN near Geneva, Switzerland. The browser was released to the general public in August 1991. The World Wide Web has been central to the development of the Information Age and is the primary tool billions of people use to interact on the Internet.
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102-France To Sanction Google for online snippets of press articles on Google News.
•••• France has accused American Internet giant Google of ignoring "the spirit and the letter" of a Europe-wide copyright law aimed at giving publishers a bigger cut of the economic benefit from online news.
•••• French lawmakers say they are now looking to sanction Google for adopting what they consider strongarm tactics to avoid paying to publish excerpts from European publications on Google News.
•••• France is the first European country to put the EU's Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market on its statute books, taking effect at the end of October. The European Parliament adopted the directive in March, allowing member states two years to pass legislation upholding its requirements. France's law requires Google to pay what has been called a "link tax" -- effectively a license to display excerpts of press articles on Google News.
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AHHH.... Autumn in Cannes... where mild breezes blow as the warm Mediterranean sun smiles over this beautiful spot on the Cote d'Azur. There you can feel a timeless sensuality, assuaging a nostalgia for the Mediterranean which since as far back as the 16th century has been a constant theme in many a Northern European's life.
"Now give us lands where the olives grow," Cried the North to the South, "Where the sun with a golden mouth can blow bubbles of grapes down the vineyard row!" Cried the North to the South (to borrow a phrase from the English writer Elizabeth Barret Browning.)
"Cannes," wrote Charles Lentheric, the indispensable and erudite historian of maritime Provence, in 1880, " is a town where you feel no need to work," and where the inhabitants were not interested in the world that lay beyond their shady gardens, or the sheltered balconys of their hotels. Now the world has come to Cannes, chosen to be the Mediterranean headquarters for its annual events, and when you stroll along the Croisette on some warm October day you will hardly share Mr. Lenteric's sentiments. Cannes at festival time blossoms into a cosmopolitan spot.
By Josie Cory

115- CANNES, the jewel among festival towns
•••• Cannes is host to the annual Festival de Cannes, as well as MIDEM, MIP TV and MICOM (Marché International des Programmes de Communication, owned and organized by Reed MIDEM). It's been 32 years since TVI under Cory's ownership first covered MIPCOM in 1987.
•••• Although Cannes has remained the quintessential market place, despite enormous changes in the cinema, television and social media landscape, it was more casual back in 1987, of course. You could hang out with studio executives without much planning or go see a performer in his hotel room and spend the afternoon in discussing the latest video. There was no "French day," the interview period now set aside so French journalists can get their stories before everyone else.
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114- Former ABC Broadcaster Sam Donaldson Remembers Cokie Roberts
September 18, 20195:07 AM ET
Heard on NPR Morning Edition
••• Cokie Roberts has died after an influential career covering Washington politics for NPR and ABC. NPR's Rachel Martin talks to Roberts' former This Week co-anchor Sam Donaldson about her legacy.
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Note: ABC Broadcaster Sam Donaldson who co-anchored This Week with Cokie Roberts, was the founder of TELEvisionFilm / Television Int'l Magazine. April 1956 TVI debuted it's first edition with offices at 1580 Crossroad of the World, Hollywood, CA.

•••• Later Donaldson, served as reporter and news anchor with ABC News from 1967 to 2013. He is best known as the network's White House Correspondent (from 1977-89 and 1998-99) and as a panelist and later co-anchor of the network's Sunday program, "This Week."
•••• Donaldson appeared as a panelist on the Sunday morning television program This Week with David Brinkley from its inception in 1981 and after Brinkley's retirement in 1996, he co-anchored the This Week program with Cokie Roberts until Sept. 2002. He still occasionally serves as a panelist on This Week.
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114- Cokie Roberts Died (Dec. 27, 1943 - Sept. 17, 2019)
•••• Friends, family, reporters and politicians gathered Saturday in downtown Washington, D.C., to remember journalist Cokie Roberts.
•••• The funeral mass took place at the Cathedral of St. Matthew the Apostle, the site of President John F. Kennedy's funeral in 1963. Every fall, it hosts the Red Mass, which marks the beginning of a new Supreme Court term
•••• Roberts died Tuesday at age 75 of complications from breast cancer. She had covered and commented on politics for NPR since 1978 and spent decades working for ABC News as well, including several years co-hosting the Sunday morning political show This Week.
•••Roberts is remembered as a pioneer in broadcast journalism -- a field that, when she started, had very few on-air roles for women.
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106- Amazon facing antitrust probe by the FTC
•••• Amazon is reportedly facing a potential investigation of its marketplace by antitrust officials examining whether it's using its influence to hurt competition.
•••• According to Bloomberg, investigators with the Federal Trade Commission have started interviewing small businesses about how much revenue they make on Amazon versus other online marketplaces like Walmart or eBay.
•••• Several attorneys and at least one economist have been conducting interviews that typically last about 90 minutes and cover a range of topics, according to three merchants. All were asked what percentage of revenue their businesses derive from Amazon versus other online marketplaces like Walmart Inc. and EBay Inc., suggesting regulators are skeptical about Amazon's claims that shoppers and suppliers have real alternatives to the Seattle company.
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101- Ken Burns' "Country Music"documentary film to premiere Sept. 15 on PBS-SoCal
KenBurns108w.jpg••••••••• COUNTRY MUSIC, a new 8-part, 16-hour documentary film series directed by Ken Burns, written by Dayton Duncan and produced by Duncan, Julie Dunfey and Burns, will premiere September 15, 2019 on PBS stations nationwide.

•••• The documentary will feature never-before-seen footage and photographs, plus interviews with more than 100 country music artists. Viewers will hear the remarkable stories of the people and places behind a true American art form as the documentary, chronicles country music's early days, from Southern Appalachia's songs of struggle, heartbreak and faith to the rollicking Western swing of Texas, California's honky-tonks and Nashville's "Grand Ole Opry." Much like the music itself, the film tells unforgettable stories of hardships and joys shared by everyday people. 

Photo r: /KBurnsJC-TC200w.jpgJosie Cory and Troy Cory-Stubblefield covered a sneak preview event of the film "COUNTRY MUSIC' at the Autry Mueum, July 27, 2019. for TVI (Television Int'l Magazine). After attending a roundtable interview with Ken Burns and producers, Troy Cory asked Burns during the reception if he is working already on any new projects and "yes" he replied, "future projects include Ernest Hemingway, Muhammad Ali, the Holocaust and the United States, Benjamin Franklin, Lyndon B. Johnson, the American Buffalo, Leonardo da Vinci, the American Revolution, the history of crime and punishment in America, the history of Reconstruction, and Winston Churchill, among others."
•••• Unfortunately no project plans of American inventor, Nathan B. Stubblefield of Kentucky, who broadcast voice (not signals) in 1892 with his 'Hello Reiney' addressed to Reiney T. Wells, who later became president of Murray State University.
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107- Country Artist Jerry Wallace remembered by his friends, and fans, but not by the Country Music Association By Josie Cory
2010/Imagespeople/JerryWallaceThanksObit108w.jpgThe CMA failed to pay tribute the year Jerry Wallace passed away by mentioning his name during the 2008 Country Music Award ceremonies. Jerry's musical gift was enjoyed by millions of fans and this writer felt the unfairness to this artist by the omission of his mention during the CMA's "In Memoriam." What a minor effort it would have been for the Country Music Association to acknowledge this gifted singer with a well deserved albeit small credit.
••• What brought Jerry Wallace to mind is Ken Burns' recent broadcast of his 8 episode "Country Music" film, that dives deep into the roots and evolvement of country music with never-before-seen footage and photographs. Much like the music itself, the film tells unforgettable stories of hardships and joys shared by everyday people. Remarkable stories of the people and places behind a true American art form as the documentary, chronicles country music's early days, from Southern Appalachia's songs of struggle, heartbreak and faith to the rollicking Western swing of Texas, California's honky-tonks and Nashville's "Grand Ole Opry."
••• A documentary eight years in the making and and looked forward to by many with anticipation, the film did not fail to impress. Millions joined the viewing sharing the sentiment of Meredith Vieira when she stated "I watch all things Burns."
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First Country Music album by 25 great country music artists
Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
• • The original Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum opened on Music Row (Music Square East and Division Street) on April 1, 1967. The LP record album was produced and released to help honor those artists pictured on front.
• • On behalf of the Country Music Association, it was Martin Gilbert and Troy Cory with the help of Jerry Wallace who selected both the Nashville recordings on the album, which included, non-Nashvillians: Lefty Frizzell, Tex Ritter, and Merle Travis.
• • As Jerry put it, "to add variety to the 25 all-Nashville related group of singers." Jerry along with Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys songs were not included on the album, which was one of the reasons why each track was edited to add a couple of non-Nashville country artists.
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Jerry's big hits in the 60s were,"Primrose Lane" was a top five million-seller, "There She Goes," - "Shutters And Boards" - "In The Misty Moonlight" - "Life's Gone And Slipped Away" all Top 20 singles.
• • Jerry was a big help to me at the time when I was promoting my Nashville single, "I Put your Picture Back in my Wallet," and "This One's On the House," said Troy Cory. We hit all the radio stations in town while he tried to show me how to pluck a record. An introduction by Jerry meant a guaranteed sure "play with his DJ buddies."
"Country Doctor Prescribes City Music"
• • Many musical evenings were spent at our Hollywood Hills home, when Jerry brought his musician friends like, Freddie Hart, Ray Peterson, the 'Queen Mother of Nashville,' Mae Axton, Stuart Hamlin, Chill Wills, and Hoyt Axton. It was during that time Jerry became the co-producer of the Country Hall of Fame LP record album, and helped in the choosing of the group of country stars selected as "Hall of Fame" honoraries.
vra681200LPDocCory108w.jpg• • Troy's Specialty Records and Mercury Records chart hits in the 60s, included: "Little Pink Toe," "Just One More Chance," and "Suzy McGregor." Jerry's music producer, Joe Johnson, the owner of Challenge Records, died of the results from a fall from a 7-story Nashville building. Troy later was on the BBC label.
• • In 1961, the CMA announced the creation of the Country Music Hall of Fame. The first three inductees, Jimmie Rodgers, Fred Rose and Hank Williams, were announced at a CMA banquet in November of said year. Bronze plaques, with the facial likeness and a thumbnail biography of each new member were cast in bas relief. They were unveiled at the Grand Ole Opry by Ernest Tubb. These plaques, and those for subsequent Hall of Fame inductees, were displayed in the Tennessee State Museum in Nashville until 1967.
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101- Troy Cory, First American to perform on Stage in China, PRC

Shanghai TV Festival
Troy Cory & The Brook Sisters

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101- KCET's Award-Winning News Documentary Series SOCAL CONNECTED Returns Oct. 15 With New Episodes Highlighting Ten Seasons of Change-Making Journalism
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New Season Premieres with a Deep Dive Into Southern California's Recycling Crisis
BURBANK, Calif. &endash; Sept. 12 - Emmy award-winning weekly half-hour news documentary series SOCAL CONNECTED will premiere eight new episodes this season starting Tues., Oct. 15 at 8 p.m. on KCET in Southern California with encores airing one week later on PBS SoCal at 7 p.m. The new season includes a look at the recycling crisis, public beach access, racial tensions as well as the local track and field scene. 
•••• Following the broadcast, each episode will stream at kcet.org/socalconnected and on the free PBS Video app (available on Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, the App Store and Google Play), as well as on YouTube.

Upcoming episodes of SOCAL CONNECTED include (subject to change):
"Life in Plastic: California's Recycling Woes" Tues., Oct. 15 at 8 p.m. (PREMIERE)
A deep dive into California's struggling recycling industry reveals a 30-year corporate lobbying strategy to keep the myth of plastic recycling alive and well.
Producer: Gina Pollack

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New Season of KCET's LOST LA explores LA region's hidden pastwith Untold History of Griffith Park, Prohibition Tunnels, Mount Wilson Observatory and More
Fourth Season of Historical Documentary Series Premieres October 15
••• BURBANK, Calif. -- Sept. 13, 2019 - KCET, a producer of award-winning and diverse original content for public media, announced today the return of the Emmy® -winning historical documentary series LOST LA, a co-production with the University of Southern California Libraries. Public historian and writer Nathan Masters of the USC Libraries returns as Host with untold histories behind Griffith Park, Manzanar, Los Angeles' prohibition tunnels, architect Paul Revere Williams, the Shindana Toy Company and the Mount Wilson Observatory. Now in its fourth season, LOST LA explores our region's hidden past through documents, photos and other rare artifacts from California libraries and archives. Season four of LOST LA premieres on Tues., Oct. 15 at 8:30 p.m. on KCET in Southern California with encores airing one week later on PBS SoCal at 7:30 p.m.
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115- MIPCOM- "The World's Entertainment Content Market
Across All Platforms"
LEGENDARY SHOWRUNNER DARREN STAR NAMED FOR MIPCOM'S MEDIA MASTERMIND KEYNOTE LINE UP
•••• Paris - September 17, 2019 - Reed MIDEM announced world-renowned creator and executive producer Darren Star as the first in its line-up of Media Mastermind Keynotes at MIPCOM 2019. The session will be moderated by Jill Offman, Executive Vice President of Paramount Network International and Comedy Central International.
•••• MIPCOM, the world's entertainment content market, takes place in Cannes from 14-17 October 2019. Under the umbrella theme "The Streaming Offensive" , the conference will bring sharp focus to the seismic changes in global distribution models, their impact on content production and licensing, and the global response to the direct-to-consumer challenge. 
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101-"NIGHTSHIFT" documentary to air on KCET just after Labor Day
The Documentary Follows Five Angelenos Whose Workday Starts While the City Sleeps

Burbank, Calif. -- KCET, a producer of award-winning and diverse original content for public media, and Artifact Nonfiction, an award-winning documentary content studio, announced today a new hour-long documentary called NIGHTSHIFT that follows five Los Angeles residents in their routines as night shift workers. The filmmakers take viewers on an intimate and atmospheric journey to the world of people who work while the city sleeps to explain why jobs like these are growing. Set to premiere just after Labor Day, the co-production NIGHTSHIFT premieres Tues., Sept. 3 at 8 p.m. PT on KCET in Southern California and Wed., Sept. 8 at 7 p.m. ET/PT on Link TV nationwide (DirecTV channel 375 and DISH Network channel 9410).
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115- Bayreuther Festspiele, Bayreuth, Germany July 25 - August 28

WagnerBayreuthhaus300w.jpg•• The Bayreuth Festival: also a family history. The festival's management has been in the hands of a member of the Wagner family up to this day. A special feature that has increased the attractiveness of the four-week Wagner marathon worldwide. This family history, as in any other family, has not remained free of tension.
•••• The reworking of the political instrumentalisation, especially in the Nazi dictatorship, the "Neubayreuth" under Wieland and Wolfgang Wagner, the changes under Katharina Wagner &endash; they stand not only for continuity, but also for breaks in the reception which have one thing in common: profound respect for the unique work of Richard Wagner.
• History of Richard Wagner and Bayreuth
•••• Wagner originally planned that Munich would be the focal-point of his music. After being banished from immediate contact with Ludwig II at the end of 1865, however, he switched his attention from Munich to Nuremberg, which he saw as especially appropriate for the performance of The Mastersingers and his other operas.
•••• Nuremberg, however, was abandoned when Wagner heard from Hans Richter that there was an excellent operahouse in Bayreuth. Margrave Frederick (1735-63), who was married to the sister of Frederick the Great, Friederike Wilhelmine Sophie, had kept court in Bayreuth. The young Margravine was active in the arts, and like her famous brother was an enthusiastic composer (for example, the operas Amaltea and L'Elliogabalo), and the Margrave had an opera-house built in Bayreuth, completed in 1747. In its time it was one of the largest theatres in the world. The acoustics were exceptionally good.
•••• • The question of performance rights made Wagner favour Bayreuth. In 1864, when short of money, Wagner had sold the performance rights of his forthcoming operas to Ludwig II. As an enthusiastic Wagnerian, Ludwig had wished to hear Wagner's music as often as possible in Munich. On Ludwig's initiative, The Rhinegold was premiered in Munich on 22nd September 1869, although Wagner was against the idea.
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115- Coffee Fest at Western Food Service & Hospitality Expo - By Gary Sunkin
•••• Known as the largest food and beverage experience on the West Coast, it will take place August 25 - 27, at the Los Angeles Convention Center, bringing together the key players in restaurant, foodservice and retail establishments to participate in this largest gathering offering an expansive exhibit hall with 450+ exhibitors, culinary demonstration and competitions with celebrity chefs, hundreds of education sessions across the three events (Healthy Food Expo, Food Service & Hospitalitiy Expo, and Coffeee Fest).
•••• Attendees will have access to all three trade shows which will offer something for each part of the community with education, culinary demonstrations, exhibits and networking opportunities.
•••• California is home to more than 90,000 eating and drinking places that ring up more than $72 billion in sales and employ more than 1.6 million workers, making restaurants an indisputable driving force in the state's economy. The California Restaurant Association Foundation is a non-profit that empowers and invests in California's current and future restaurant workforce. Founded in 1981, CRAF supports the restaurant community through emergency assistance grants for restaurant workers facing a hardship, job and life skills training for 9,000 high school students each year, and scholarships.
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108-Gannet and GateHouse to form a Giant
•••• Two of the country's largest newspaper companies have agreed to combine, creating a new industry giant that hopes to steer through the crisis of print's decline through sheer size.
•••• The merged company would have more than 260 daily papers in the United States, along with more than 300 weeklies. It would be the largest U.S. newspaper company by far, with a print circulation of 8.7 million -- 7 million more than the new No. 2, McClatchy, according to media expert Ken Doctor.ds
•••• GateHouse Media, a fast-growing chain backed by an investment firm, is buying USA Today owner Gannett Co. for $12.06 a share in cash and stock, or about $1.4 billion, promising to speed up a digital transformation as readers shift online. The companies say they are committed to "journalistic excellence" -- while also planning to cut $300 million in yearly costs.
•••• Local papers, faced with the complex and expensive process of building digital businesses to replace declines in print ads and circulation, have been consolidating madly in recent years. Although papers with national readership such as the New York Times and the Washington Post have had success adding digital subscribers, local papers with local readerships are having a difficult time. Hundreds of such papers have closed, and newsrooms have slashed jobs.
••••The U.S. has lost almost 1,800 local newspapers since 2004. Newsroom employment fell by a quarter from 2008 to 2018, according to Pew Research, and layoffs have continued this year.
••••••• The combined company would take the Gannett name and keep its headquarters in Gannett's current home of McLean, Va.
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101- Two Public relations firms merge in mega agency
••••Rogers & Cowan and PMK-BNC, Hollywood's two biggest public relations agencies -- are combining forces in the latest trend of consolidation to hit the entertainment industry.
•••• The combined companies, both have offices in Los Angeles and New York, and will boast a client roster of more than 500 actors, musicians, directors and other artists, as well as 30 major brands.
•••• The new entity, which does not yet have a name, represents a wide variety of talent, including actors Robert Redford, Glenn Close and Denzel Washington, filmmakers Jerry Bruckheimer and Robert Zemeckis, and musicians Katy Perry and Sean Cobms. It will work with brands including Audi, Hasbro, McDonald's, Masterpiece Theatre, Mirosoft and Verizon.
•••• The merger represents the combination of two legendary industry institutions. Rogers and Cowan was founded in L.A. in 1950 by Henry Rogers and Warren Cowan. PMK, formerly led by public relations titan Pat Kingsley, joined with BNC in 2010.
••••••• In recent years, the entertainment industry has gone through vast changes, including the rise of streaming giants including Netflix. Increasing global demand for talent in countries including China, and studio mergers such as the recent purchase of 21st Century Fox by Walt Disney.
•••• The rise of online entertainment publications hungry for celebrity news has increased demands on publicists.
•••• Financial details were not disclosed.
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115- An annual melting pot for global ideas at SIGGRAPH 2019
•••• The 46th SIGGRAPH conference is taking place 28 July-1 August at the Los Angeles Convention Center, with an impressive slate of world-renowned speakers across computer graphics industries.
•••• SIGGRAPH has always been an annual melting pot for sharing global ideas. And, as the makeup of our community continues to diversify, I am proud that this year's conference -- once again -- offers a showcase of CG industries that crosses international lines," noted Conference Chair Mikki Rose.
•••• The conference is a five-day immersion into the latest innovations in computer graphics and interactivity, featuring advances in animation, virtual and augmented reality, games, 3D printing, machine learning, visual effects, artificial intelligence, ray tracing, mobile, and other cutting-edge technologies. With sessions that cover the latest research, hands-on demos that show what new technology can do, and thought-provoking talks by global innovators, speakers at SIGGRAPH are changing what's possible. Of those who will showcase work at SIGGRAPH 2019, highlights include: Victoria Alonso, Marvel Studios (U.S. - keynote speaker; panelist, "The Making of Marvel Studios' 'Avengers: Endgame'" Production Session)"
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101- Ken Burns' "Country Music"docu film previewed at the Autry Museum
••• Special Sneak Peek of Ken Burns' New Eight-Part PBS Documentary Series 'Country Music' Featured Q&A with Producers, Live Music, Food Trucks And Dog 'Western Wear' Contest + Doggie Step and Repeat
KenBurns108w.jpg••• On Sat., July 27 from 5:30-9:00 p.m., The Autry, Los Angeles Times and Southern California's PBS Flagship organizations KCET and PBS SoCal hosted a special sneak peek of the eagerly anticipated upcoming eight-part documentary series COUNTRY MUSIC produced and directed by award-winning filmmaker Ken Burns. Over 1,500 guests enjoyed music from DJ Chris Morris as well as a live performance from Austin McCutchen and the Western Stars, food trucks and a "Western Wear" contest for dogs prior to the screening.  Ken Burns himself greeted the fans and introduced a 45-minute clip reel from the film followed by a panel discussion with Los Angeles Times Staff Writer Randy Lewis, Producers Dayton Duncan and Julie Dunfey. The panel was moderated by two-time Pulitzer Prize winning Los Angeles Times columnist Patt Morrison and the program was presented as part of the Los Angeles Times' Ideas Exchange conversation series.
•••• /KBurnsJC-TC200w.jpgJosie Cory and Troy Cory-Stubblefield covered the event for TVI (Television Int'l Magazine). After attending a roundtable interview with Ken Burns and producers, Troy Cory asked Burns during the reception if he is working already on any new projects and "yes" he replied, "future projects include Ernest Hemingway, Muhammad Ali, the Holocaust and the United States, Benjamin Franklin, Lyndon B. Johnson, the American Buffalo, Leonardo da Vinci, the American Revolution, the history of crime and punishment in America, the history of Reconstruction, and Winston Churchill, among others."
•••• The new 16-hour documentary COUNTRY MUSIC will feature never-before-seen footage and photographs, plus interviews with more than 100 country music artists. Viewers will hear the remarkable stories of the people and places behind a true American art form as the documentary, chronicles country music's early days, from Southern Appalachia's songs of struggle, heartbreak and faith to the rollicking Western swing of Texas, California's honky-tonks and Nashville's "Grand Ole Opry." Much like the music itself, the film tells unforgettable stories of hardships and joys shared by everyday people. COUNTRY MUSIC premieres Sunday, Sept. 15 at 8 p.m. on PBS SoCal.
••••Guests included President and CEO of The Autry Rick West, President & CEO of Public Media Group of Southern California Andrew Russell, PBS Chief Programming Executive and General Manager, General Audience Programming Perry Simon, Chair of Corporation for Public Broadcasting's (CPB) Board of Directors Bruce Ramer and Los Angeles Times Chief Operating Officer Chris Argentieri.
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115- Antonio Banderas receives CineMerit Award at Munich Film Festival
•••Actor Antonio Banderas who recently won the Best Actor trophy at last month's Cannes Film Festival for his performance in the Pedro Almodovar-directed film will be honoured with the CineMerit award at the 37th edition of Munich International Film Festival.
••••CineMerit Award is handed to outstanding personalities in the international film community for extraordinary contributions to motion pictures as an art form.
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Imagespeople/GALLAGHER%20RIP200w.jpg Remembering Monsignor Robert J. Gallagher
A Memorial Mass will be held at St. Charles Borromeo Church, on Friday, July 26, at 7:00 p.m.

 

North Hollywood, August 2, 2018
Rev. Monsignor Robert J. Gallagher, Nov. 21, 1946 - July 26, 2018


• A People Priest
By Josie Cory

Monsingor Gallagher loved being a people priest. He was truly beloved and loved his parishes and high school ministry. He was also loved by many Archdiocesan committes he led as well as the man boards he was member of.

He passed away after a long battle with cancer, on July 26, 2018, at his beloved St Charles parish.

Msgr. Robert Gallagher was a native Angeleno, born on November 21, 1946. He went to grade school and high school at St. Genieve's in Van Nuys, California, where he was voted Student Body President. Bob always had a calling to be a priest noted Father Jose Magaña. He would play priest as a little boy setting up an altar. Throughout grade school and high school, Bob continually talked of priesthood. His parents encouraged Bob to go to a co-ed college before entering seminary. He went to one year of college at Cal State Northridge, and ended up at St. John Seminary in Camarillo, California. He was ordained a priest on May 26, 1973, in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles after attending St. John's Seminary in Camarillo and later got his Master's degree. He has told the family many times throughout his life how he loves being a priest. Monsignor Gallagher truly was a people priest. He was truly beloved and loved his parishes and high school ministry. He was also loved by many Archdiocesan committees he led as well as the man boards he was member of said Father José.

Associate Pastor

St. Josephe Catholic Church, Hawthorne, CA

June 1973-June 1977

Associate Pastor

St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church North Hollywood, CA

June 1977-July 1982

Associate Pastor

Our Lady of Peace Catholic Church,North Hills, CA

July 1982-January 1994

Teacher & Chaplan

Bishop Amat Hight School, La Puente, CA

February 1984-May 1986

Principal

St. Paul High School
Santa Fe Spring, CA

Sept. 1986-June 2000

Pastor

St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church North Hollywood, CA

February 2000 - June 2018

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  • Vigil

•••• The day before the funeral mass, Wednesday August 1, a Vigil was held at St. Charles Borromeo, when fellow priests, family and parishioners had the opportunity to say a last goodbye to their beloved priest. His Eminence Roger Mahony told the audience how in the 26 month that Monsignor Gallagher was battling cancer he never heard a word of complaint and that he will be greatly missed. •••••••••••••••



Photo By: Brian D. Scott

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Music Director James Drollinger addressed all who attended with his words of gratitude to and love for Monsignor Gallagher ending with the heartfelt song "St. Joseph's Song" by Michael Card.
••• Father Jose Magaña spoke of the last few days in the life of Bob as he likes to refer to Monsignor Gallagher, and of his repeated wishes that he wanted to go "home."

 • Farewell
•••• On August 2, the faithful of St. Charles Borromeo Church turned out by the hundreds to say farewell to Monsignor Robert Gallagher, who served as pastor of the Catholic parish in North Hollywood for almost 20 years The service was conducted by the Rev. José Gomez, the archbishop of Los Angeles with His Eminence, Cardinal Roger Mahony, Archbishop Emeritus of Los Angeles, Reverend Alexander Salazar, Reverend Joseph Brennan , Reverend David O'Connell, Rev. Jeff Baker, Rev. Msgr. Peter Nugent and Reverend José Magaña, Pastor, in attendance. ••••••••••Photo By: Brian D. Scott
•••• Auxiliary Bishop Edward Clark, who delivered the sermon, said he had known Msgr. Gallagher for 53 years, going back to their time in the seminary.
•••• GallagherCarriedOut100w.jpgHe described Gallagher, as "very strong-willed, stubborn, opinionated… He liked things to be done his way but added, "he had a boundless ability to make friends and to maintain friendships."
•••• Sunlight streamed through the church's stained glass windows during the nearly two-hour service, warming the interior of the church that Gallagher helped renovate during his tenure at St. Charles Borromeo.
•••• Bagpipes played outside the church as Msgr. Gallagher's casket was placed into the hearse before being taken to Holy Cross Cemetery in Culver City for burial.

History of St. Charles Borromeo

StCharlesBorromeo150w.jpgSt. Charles Borromeo Church is a Catholic church and elementary school that serves the North Hollywood community in Southern California.

The church, a beautiful building depicting Spanish, colonial-style architecture, is located at Moorpark and Lankershim in North Hollywood, Los Angeles, California. It is one of the oldest parishes in the San Fernando Valley dating back to 1921. It has long been a parish with celebrity members and many celebrities that have lived in the Toluca Lake, North Hollywood, and Studio City communities served by St. Charles Borromeo.
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Hollywood connection

St. Charles Borromeo was the home parish of Bob and Dolores Hope, who lived a short distance from the church on Moorpark. In 1969, Bing Crosby, Loretta Young, Ed Sullivan, Ronald Reagan, Danny Kaye, Gregory Peck, Jack Benny, Danny Thomas, Dorothy Lamour and Spiro Agnew attended the wedding of Bob Hope's daughter, Linda, at St. Charles.
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115- Antonio Banderas receives CineMerit Award at Munich Film Festival
•••Actor Antonio Banderas who recently won the Best Actor trophy at last month's Cannes Film Festival for his performance in the Pedro Almodovar-directed film will be honoured with the CineMerit award at the 37th edition of Munich International Film Festival.
••••CineMerit Award is handed to outstanding personalities in the international film community for extraordinary contributions to motion pictures as an art form.
••••Banderas began his film career in the 1980s together with Spanish director Pedro Almodovar and films such as "Labyrinth of Passion", "Matador", and "Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down!".
•••• Joining Ralph Fiennes, Munich Film Festival (Filmfest München) will also present the festival's special award, the CineMerit Award to Spanish actor Antonio Banderas. In Munich, Banderas will personally present Pedro Almodóvar's latest film, Pain and Glory (Dolor y gloria), for which he's just received the award for best actor at the Cannes Film Festival.
••••Banderas began his film career in the 1980s together with Spanish director Pedro Almodovar and films such as "Labyrinth of Passion", "Matador", and "Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down!".
••••In the '90s, Banderas arrived on the Hollywood scene after he starred in film such as "Philadelphia", "Interview With the Vampire" and "Desperado."
••••Martin Campbell's "The Mask of Zorro" is, perhaps, the actor's most commercially successful film till date.
••••Actor Ralph Fiennes, the star of films such as "The English Patient", "Harry Potter" franchise and "The Reader", is also set to receive the award during the festival.
•••• In 1995, he was cast in the role of singer El Mariachi in Robert Rodriguez's action film Desperado. Along the dusty border between the US and Mexico, the gunslinger hunts down Bucho, a drug lord who killed El Mariachi's sweetheart. In Alan Parker's Evita, Banderas tells the story of Argentina's iconic first lady from the perspective of revolutionary Che Guevara. The biggest milestone of Banderas's career might well be the lead role in Martin Campbell's The Mask of Zorro. Banderas stars as heir to Don Diego de la Vega, the masked hero who seeks to avenge his people. He never took himself too seri
ously: Playing with his image as loveable rogue the actor took on the role of the Puss in Boots in Shrek 2. 
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About FILMFEST MÜNCHEN, June 27 to July 7, 2019
The Munich International Film festival (German: Filmfest München) is the largest summer film festival in Germany and second only in size and importance to the Berlinale.
•••• It has been held annually since 1983 and takes place in late June to July. It presents feature films and feature-length documentaries. The festival is also proud of the role it plays in discovering talented and innovative young filmmakers. With the exception of retrospectives, tributes and homages, all of the films screened are German premieres and many are European and world premieres. There are a dozen competitions with prizes worth over ¤150,000, which are donated by the festival's major sponsors and partners.
••••With over 200 feature films and feature-length documentaries on more than 18 screens, Filmfest München attracts approximately 80 000 movie lovers each year. It accredits more than 600 members of the international press and media as well as over 2500 film industry professionals. It has always been a popular meeting place for industry insiders throughout Germany and Europe. The festival center is located at Munich's cultural center Gasteig, where screenings, panels, ceremonies and discussions take place and the festival offices are located. There are several participating movie theaters in the downtown area.
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115- Movie goers select their favorite film from the festival program to receive the BAYERN 2 AND SZ AUDIENCE PRIZE
•••• With 118 German premieres and 48 world premieres, FILMFEST MÜNCHEN 2019 is packed with exciting films that offer something for all tastes. But which film is the best of them? People are free to disagree -- or, better: they can vote. As in previous years, festival-goers can choose their personal favorite from among all the films competing. A trip for two to Venice will be raffled off among everyone who participates.
•••• Voting is very simple. On box-office tickets, you'll find a bar code number at lower left; on print@home tickets it's at top center as well as the bottom of the ticket. By entering the final six digits at www.filmfest-muenchen.de/publikumspreis between June 28 and July 6, 2019 at 9 a.m., you can indicate how well you liked that film by giving it one to five stars. To participate in the drawing, you must provide an e-mail address, as the winner is to be notified in writing. Eligible for the Audience Award are all films that have premiered at FILMFEST MÜNCHEN. Not eligible are television series, the New German TV Movies, the children's films of the Kinderfilmfest, and older films that are shown in the context of homages/tributes, retrospectives, and special events.
•••• The audience Award was presented for the first time in 2004, and since 2016 it is presented in collaberation by BAYERN 2 and the Süddeutsche Zeitung.
•••• The BAYERN 2 and SZ AUDIENCE PRIZE will be presented during the Award Ceremony, on July 6, at the Carl-Orff-Saal, Gasteig.
Winner: Der BAYERN 2 und SZ Publikumspreis
FOR SAMA
Regie: Waad Al Kateab, Edward Watts

Kinderfilmfest-Publikumspreis
LOTTE UND DIE VERSCHWUNDENEN DRACHEN
Regie: Janno Põldma, Heiki Ernits
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115- CineMerit Award for Ralph Fiennes
The British actor and director will be honored with FILMFEST MÜNCHEN's special award, the CineMerit Award. Fiennes will also participate in a Filmmakers Live! talk in the Gasteig's Black Box, at which fans and guests can pose questions of the Oscar-nominated performer.
•••• Whether as Lord Voldemort or as SS Hauptsturmführer Amon Göth, Ralph Fiennes knows how to lend a personal quality to pure evil. But he can also be an adorably flirtatious concierge, as in Wes Anderson's "Grand Budapest Hotel". In his acting roles, Ralph Fiennes reinvents himself time and again, gives his characters unexpected facets, and is never afraid to take risks. He's said that a life full of contradictions helps him to make these characters come alive. His unique and intense portrayals have defined such Oscar-winning dramas as "Schindler's List", "The Constant Gardener", and "The English Patient", and have earned him several international awards. It's this versatility that makes Fiennes an outstanding and multifaceted actor who in recent years has also forayed into directing.
•••• FILMFEST MÜNCHEN is showing all three of the films he's directed as well as further movies that display his accomplishments as an actor. The presentation of the CineMerit Award will include a screening of his new film THE WHITE CROW. Fiennes not only directed the film, but also played the part of renowned Leningrad ballet master Alexander Pushkin. One intense look from him, and he has everyone's attention. Dance instructor Pushkin stands in an empty room with calm stoicism and a gentle but determined look. At the ballet barre, his pupils are waiting for his signal. A slight gesture, a terse "Get ready" -- and the tone is set. Just as gentle and determined is Fiennes' signature touch. He takes a calm and studious approach to the incredible story of legendary Soviet ballet dancer Rudolf Nureyev, who astonished the world with his defection to France in 1961. Nureyev is played by world-class Ukrainian ballet dancer Oleg Ivenko.
••••In CORIOLANUS, his first film as director, Fiennes brought his appreciation of Shakespeare's works to the big screen. Prior to his success in film, Fiennes was long renowned on the English stage. At the young age of 27, he had notable roles in Shakespeare plays at London's National Theatre and with the Royal Shakespeare Company. Even though his career soon led to film, he returned time and again to the theater, playing Hamlet, King Lear, Julius Caesar, and the island sorcerer Prospero. In CORIOLANUS, he plays the haughty, vindictive general Gaius Marcius Coriolanus, who has drawn the resentment of the Roman people upon himself.
••••In THE INVISIBLE WOMAN, his second film as director, Fiennes also played one of the main characters: legendary British author Charles Dickens, who starts a complicated love affair with a young actress named Nelly. Once again, the director made use of a literary template, Claire Tomalin's novel of the same title. In his relationship with Nelly, Dickens appears dominating and assertive, but actor Ralph Fiennes succeeds nonetheless in revealing the writer's uncertainty and vulnerability when growing older.
••••Determined and gentle, rebellious and subtle: that's the tone of Ralph Fiennes' work as a director. His films, like his roles, point out life's contradictions.
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115-Munich Filmfest to honour international filmmaker Bong Joon Ho
Bong Joon Ho is not only one of the most renowned international filmmakers of the moment but also the winner of this year's Palme d'Or at Cannes Film Festival. FILMFEST MÜNCHEN is honoring the 49-year-old South Korean director with a retrospective in which the complete works of his nearly 20-year career will be presented.
•••• Bong has been a very successful genre director, dealing with quite varied topics, though solidarity and cohesion are themes that come up time and again in his works. Now the director is represented in this year's CineMasters competition by his brand-new film PARASITE, which won the Palme d'or at Cannes. Here, too, Bong uses creative twists and turns to illustrate the difficulties of human interaction, on the family level as well as the societal level. A family and its sinister acts are at the center of this allegorical drama with comedic undertones. This film deliberately avoids categorization and holds a number of dramatic surprises. This mixture of satire, suspense, and social criticism is typical of Bong Joon Ho and is at the same time something completely new. It's the ideal starting point for discovering or rediscovering his work.
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115- 22nd Shanghai Int'l Film Festival, June 14- 24
•••• Cinema depicts all the vibes of human kind, while screen encompasses all in the world. But the glory of film is not only about the grandeur on the red carpet, but also about the selfless efforts and devotion of filmmakers behind the scenes. And it is the very latter that has made possible the audio-visual shocks in theaters and the spiritual satisfaction for the audience.
•••• Under the guidance of State Film Administration, the 22nd Shanghai International Film Festival, held by China Media Group and Shanghai Municipal People's Government, released its official poster "Creative Heroes Behind the Scenes", which implies that it will inherit the classics, pay tribute to behind-the-scenes endeavor, seek after the future dreams, and inspire the wide filmmakers to bear the original aspiration, keep true to their hearts, carry on the craftsmanship, devote to creation for the people and contribute to China's transformation from a large film country to a film power.
•••• As the only competitive feature film festival in China recognized by the International Federation of Film Producers Association (FIAPF), since its birth in 1993, Shanghai International Film Festival (SIFF) has been dedicated to inviting Chinese and foreign filmmakers to jointly build a bridge between Chinese films and the world. The 22nd Shanghai International Film Festival commissioned the famous poster designer HUANG Hai to create a poster with the theme of "Creative Heroes Behind the Scenes", whose inspiration mainly comes from the film HAVOC IN HEAVEN by Shanghai Animation Film Studios.
••••This top Chinese film, released in the 1960s, greatly enriched the audience's aesthetic imagination and influenced the creation of countless filmmakers across the world. For this work, the collective wisdom is all that matters, and there is no difference between the front and the back of the stage. SUN Wukong, symbolizing the spiritual totem of the Chinese nation, is the incarnation of bravery, loyalty, and ambition, which has such an overwhelming power as the conviction held by thousands of Chinese filmmakers in the wave of Chinese film development and transformation. The vivid image of SUN Wukong has also become a typical symbol of the Chinese culture that is recognized globally. The design idea of this official poster is to display traditional Chinese cultural elements to the world in the contemporary art language through the specific connotation of SUN Wukong's image.
••••Shanghai Animation Film Studios has offer great support by image authorization. And designer HUANG Hai has fully demonstrated the power of creativity in the reinterpretation of SUN Wukong's image. The color of the poster, designed to be close to the original film, is to restore the same visual effect. The unveiling waterfall curtain, appearing in another form of the classic scene in the film, also symbolizes the film festival to be inaugurated. The word "22" ingenuously brings forth the era sense in the main image. The "Monkey King", from the stage to the back of the scene, with his wise and playful eyes on the audiences watching the stage, is expecting the surprises by the film creators. The picture featuring vivid colors and lifesome image is thought provoking, which perfectly conveys the theme of this film festival's poster "Creative Heroes Behind the Scenes" - - the real glamour of films lies in collective wisdom and devotion, while paying tribute to the behind-the-scenes filmmakers.
••••••The theme "Creative Heroes Behind the Scenes" also integrates SIFF's positioning of "Based in Asia, Focusing on Chinese and Supporting New Generation", and the direction of building China into a film power by encouraging contents, respecting the behind-the-scenes work, and promoting new talents. Inspired by the design of the poster of the film festival based on the image of SUN Wukong, HUANG Hai hopes that more young filmmakers will watch HAVOC IN HEAVEN, as the craftsmanship in the behind-the-scenes workers of this film is the heritage to be carried forward and innovated with courage by all Chinese filmmakers.
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115- CineMerit Award for Ralph Fiennes
FILMFEST MÜNCHEN welcomes Ralph Fiennes as our guest on July 1st this year. The British actor and director will be honored with our festival's special award, the CineMerit Award. Fiennes will also participate in a Filmmakers Live! talk in the Gasteig's Black Box, at which fans and guests can pose questions of the Oscar-nominated performer.
•••• Whether as Lord Voldemort or as SS Hauptsturmführer Amon Göth, Ralph Fiennes knows how to lend a personal quality to pure evil. But he can also be an adorably flirtatious concierge, as in Wes Anderson's "Grand Budapest Hotel". In his acting roles, Ralph Fiennes reinvents himself time and again, gives his characters unexpected facets, and is never afraid to take risks. He's said that a life full of contradictions helps him to make these characters come alive. His unique and intense portrayals have defined such Oscar-winning dramas as "Schindler's List", "The Constant Gardener", and "The English Patient", and have earned him several international awards. It's this versatility that makes Fiennes an outstanding and multifaceted actor who in recent years has also forayed into directing.
•••• That's why FILMFEST MÜNCHEN is showing all three of the films he's directed as well as further movies that display his accomplishments as an actor. The presentation of the CineMerit Award will include a screening of his new film THE WHITE CROW. Fiennes not only directed the film, but also played the part of renowned Leningrad ballet master Alexander Pushkin. One intense look from him, and he has everyone's attention. Dance instructor Pushkin stands in an empty room with calm stoicism and a gentle but determined look. At the ballet barre, his pupils are waiting for his signal. A slight gesture, a terse "Get ready" &emdash; and the tone is set. Just as gentle and determined is Fiennes' signature touch. He takes a calm and studious approach to the incredible story of legendary Soviet ballet dancer Rudolf Nureyev, who astonished the world with his defection to France in 1961. Nureyev is played by world-class Ukrainian ballet dancer Oleg Ivenko.
••••In CORIOLANUS, his first film as director, Fiennes brought his appreciation of Shakespeare's works to the big screen. Prior to his success in film, Fiennes was long renowned on the English stage. At the young age of 27, he had notable roles in Shakespeare plays at London's National Theatre and with the Royal Shakespeare Company. Even though his career soon led to film, he returned time and again to the theater, playing Hamlet, King Lear, Julius Caesar, and the island sorcerer Prospero. In CORIOLANUS, he plays the haughty, vindictive general Gaius Marcius Coriolanus, who has drawn the resentment of the Roman people upon himself.
••••In THE INVISIBLE WOMAN, his second film as director, Fiennes also played one of the main characters: legendary British author Charles Dickens, who starts a complicated love affair with a young actress named Nelly. Once again, the director made use of a literary template, Claire Tomalin's novel of the same title. In his relationship with Nelly, Dickens appears dominating and assertive, but actor Ralph Fiennes succeeds nonetheless in revealing the writer's uncertainty and vulnerability when growing older.
••••Determined and gentle, rebellious and subtle: that's the tone of Ralph Fiennes' work as a director. His films, like his roles, point out life's contradictions.
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115-Munich Filmfest to honour international filmmaker Bong Joon Ho
Bong Joon Ho is not only one of the most renowned international filmmakers of the moment but also the winner of this year's Palme d'Or at Cannes Film Festival. FILMFEST MÜNCHEN is honoring the 49-year-old South Korean director with a retrospective in which the complete works of his nearly 20-year career will be presented.
•••• Bong has been a very successful genre director, dealing with quite varied topics, though solidarity and cohesion are themes that come up time and again in his works. Now the director is represented in this year's CineMasters competition by his brand-new film PARASITE, which won the Palme d'or at Cannes. Here, too, Bong uses creative twists and turns to illustrate the difficulties of human interaction, on the family level as well as the societal level. A family and its sinister acts are at the center of this allegorical drama with comedic undertones. This film deliberately avoids categorization and holds a number of dramatic surprises. This mixture of satire, suspense, and social criticism is typical of Bong Joon Ho and is at the same time something completely new. It's the ideal starting point for discovering or rediscovering his work.
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102- Apple replaces iTunes on Mac with three separate apps.
At Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference in San Jose among the slate of expected announcements the world learned hat Apple will divide iTunes' offerings into three newly developed applications for music, TV and podcasts, according
•••• It will mark the end of a more than a decade-run that kick-started the digital commerce revolution. For better or worse, without Apple's experiment, the ways in which culture consumes entertainment wouldn't be the same.
••••Apple's Steve Jobs set his sights on music before moving into movies and podcasts. In 2003, he said that Apple hoped to help the music business navigate out of the Napster-driven file-sharing free-for-all that devastated companies' bottom lines.
••••When the iTunes Music store debuted 16 years ago, digital music meant buying a CD and uploading it to a computer or illegally downloading a song from a file-sharing service. Apple changed all that by charging customers 99 cents for a song they could take with them wherever they went.
•••• Over time, iTunes expanded into movies and podcasts, storing all forms of media in a single desktop application.
••••But that's not what today's customers want, and on Monday, Apple replaced its pioneering store on the Mac and integrated its library and store into three distinct apps -- music, podcasts and TV. The push comes as the tech giant races to catch up in the arena of subscription streaming services, which already has household names such as Spotify and Netflix.
••••During the annual Worldwide Developers Conference Apple also announced a new Mac Pro desktop computer that will sell starting at $5,999. The company also said its upcoming mobile operating system update, iOS13, will have a dark mode available to third-party apps and let users sign in to apps with their Apple ID. If Apple customers don't want to give an app their email address, iOS13 has a feature that lets customers share a unique random email and receive messages to that address in their personal email account.
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Special Olympic Summer Games at California State University, Long Beach, June 8 - 9 By Gary Sunkin
••• ImagesPersonOfTheWeek/GarySunkinWorld108.jpgThe Games will take place at California State University, Long Beach (CSULB). 6000 E Atherton St, Long Beach. Opening Ceremony, Saturday, June 8 - 9:30 to 10:30 a.m; Closing Ceremony, Sunday, June 9 - 3 to 3:30p.m.
•••• The Summer Games attracts more than 1,100 athletes from across Southern California who comptee for Gold, Silver, and Bronze medals and ribbons.
•••• Special Olympics Southern California provides year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variet of olympic-type sports for childrean and adults with intellectuald disabilities, giving ghem coninuing opportunities to develope physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate ina a saring of gifts, skills and friendship with their famikies, other special olympics athlets and the community.
•••• Special Olympics encourages inclusion, participation, and leadership in schools and students. Through partnerships, it introduces sports to special education students with practices and competitions.
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115-KCET and PBS SoCal Together Nominated for 56 Southern California Journalism Awards

Flagship News Series SOCAL CONNECTED Outpaces Record from Last Year
Earning 27 Nominations

Burbank, Calif. -- The Public Media Group of Southern California (PMGSC), formed by the merger of PBS SoCal and KCETLink Media Group, announced today that it received a total of 56 nominations for the 61st annual Southern California Journalism Awards presented by the Los Angeles Press Club. The tally ranks PMGSC and its content channels KCET and PBS SoCal as earning more nominations than all local television stations combined and the second highest number of nominations (after the Los Angeles Times) of any other Southern California media organization.
•••• The organization's nominations include a record-breaking 27 (up from 24 last year) for the acclaimed news program SOCAL CONNECTED in categories such as "Television Journalist of the Year" for the series' Executive Producer Karen Foshay, "Talk/Public Affairs Program," and "Animation Moving Graphic" for the show's "Immigration 101" digital initiative. KCET's multi-media arts and culture series ARTBOUND received 17 nominations, both for digital content and on-air episodes from Season Nine of the series.
•••• Also nominated are KCET's historical series LOST LA, produced in conjunction with the USC Libraries, CITY RISING, SOCAL WANDERER, EARTH FOCUS and THE MIGRANT KITCHEN. Included in the "Feature Documentary" category was PBS SoCal's FINDING HOME: A FOSTER YOUTH STORY, part of a special multi-platform social impact initiative that raises awareness about the challenges faced by transition-age foster youth in Los Angeles.
•••• The 2019 Southern California Journalism Awards will be presented on Sunday, June 30 at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel in downtown Los Angeles.
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113-10th Season for Variety Studio: Actors on Actors
LOS ANGELES, CA -- Variety and PBS SoCal announced the actor lineup and schedule for the tenth season of their EMMY®Award-winning Variety Studio: Actors on Actors. The new season will include exclusive one-on-one conversations between top acting talent from this year's most notable television  shows who are expected to contend this Emmy season. The first two episodes will premiere on PBS SoCal on Tuesday, June 18 at 7:00 p.m. and episodes three and four will premiere on Thursday, June 20 at 7:00 p.m.  All episodes will stream on pbssocal.org and on the free PBS Video app following their premieres.
•••• Variety Studio: Actors on Actors won a Daytime Emmy in 2019 and in 2015 and 2016,  Los Angeles Area EMMY®Awards for Best Entertainment Programming. "Actors on Actors," an interview special that features pairings of prominent actors discussing their craft, was produced by PBS SoCal in partnership with Variety Media, LLC.
•••• Tenth season of actor on actor conversations will premiere on PBS SoCal  June 18.

This season's featured conversations are: 
Julia Roberts (Homecoming) with Patricia Arquette (Escape at Dannemora, The Act)
Billy Porter (Pose) with Rachel Brosnahan (The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel)
Michael Douglas (The Kominsky Method) with Benicio Del Toro (Escape at Dannemora)
Taraji P. Henson (Empire) with Ellen Pompeo (Grey's Anatomy)
Richard Madden (Bodyguard) with Amy Adams (Sharp Objects)
Sarah Paulson (American Horror Story) with Tracee Ellis Ross (Black-ish)
Sacha Baron Cohen (Who Is America?)  with Don Cheadle (Black Monday)
Penn Badgley (You) with Gina Rodriguez (Jane the Virgin)
Robin Wright (House of Cards) with Chris Pine (I Am the Night)
Michelle Williams (Fosse/Verdon) with Patricia Clarkson (Sharp Objects)
Natasha Lyonne (Russian Doll) with Maya Rudolph (Forever)
Emilia Clarke (Game of Thrones) with Regina Hall (Black Monday)
Sam Rockwell (Fosse/Verdon) with Renée Zellweger (What/If)

ABOUT PBS SOCAL:
•••• PBS SoCal is a donor-supported community institution that is a part of Public Media Group of Southern California, the flagship PBS station for 19 million diverse people across California formed by the merger of PBS SoCal and KCET.  PBS SoCal delivers content and experiences that inspire, inform and entertain &endash; over the air, online, in the community and in the classroom. We offer the full slate of beloved PBS programs including MASTERPIECE, NOVA, PBS NewsHour, Frontline, Independent Lens, a broad library of documentary films including works from Ken Burns; and educational PBS KIDS programs including Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood and Curious George. Our programs are accessible for free through four broadcast channels, and available for streaming at pbssocal.org, on the PBS mobile apps, and via connected TV services Android TV, Roku, Apple TV and Amazon Fire TV.
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2006/ImagesPersonOfTheWeek/01NBStubblefieldPOW108w.jpgWarnerNBSPromoLogo108w.jpg 102- Nathan B. Stubblefield, the Man History OverheardBy Harvey Geller
•••• In Life's current Bicentennial issue, radio checks in, at #86 on the hot "100 Events That Shaped America," 19 buttons behind Bell's telephone. Erroneously, Life lists Guglielmo Marcon's dots and dashes as the first wireless broadcast, a fable echoed by the World Almanac and Encyclopedia Britannica. It's a forgivable mumpsimus, since the evidence offered on the following pages has not, until now, appeared in any national publication.
•••• The birth of broadcasting is a bizarre soap opera saga, a lacrymal legend of mystery, machination, ephemeral enshrinement, decline, disillusionment and disaster. It's denouncement dissolves six miles north of Murray, Kentucky, in a two-room shanty constructed of pine and cornstalks, where radio's uncelebrated architect is discovered 48 hours after his death, his records scattered, his equipment destroyed, his brain partly eaten by rats. Even local radio fails to mention his demise. He is Nathan Bernard Stubblefield, the man history over-heard and then overlooked.

"They all laughed at Christopher Columbus
When he said the world
was round:
They all laughed when
Edison recorded sound . . .
Ha, Ha, Ha -- who's got the
last laugh now?"
--Ira Gershwin, 1937

NBSPatent02AutoDraw108w.jpgWhen an inordinately eccentric young farmer suggested that he had invented a portable wireless telephone that could broadcast voice and music up over hight buildings and down through stone walls, most of Calloway County, Kentucky, chuckled. When he revealed his "crazy box, and odd assortment of batteries, rods, coils and kegs, they howled.

•••85 years after, their heirs are writing songs of love, christening radio stations, consecrating libraries and constructing memorial monuments in his infinite honor. The veneration is hardly widespread. 17,000 Murray, Kentucky, tobacco farmers may agree that Nathan B Stubblefield was the first man on earth to transmit and receive the human voice without wires. But most of our world is unacquainted with his improbable name and even his proponents are unaware of the precise date of his private discovery. Evidence points to a period between 1890 and 1892, at least seven years before Marconi sent the first wireless telegraph message across the English Channel.
••• Stubblefield's supporters maintain that telegraphy is far different from telephony; that they are, I fact, diverse discoveries. Wireless telephone is hip-to-shore radio, the walkie-talkie, the citizen band and portable radio, the mobile phone, the audio arm of television, rheostats, rectifying tubes, filaments, dials, microphones, AM and FM radio and every broadcasting booth on earth--not Marconi's Code signals.
•••Marconi's name is linked with Stubblefield's by Trumbull White in a book called The World's Progress, published in 1902. "Of very recent success are the experiments of Marconi with wireless telegraphy, an astounding and important advance over the ordinary system of telegraphy through wires. Now comes the announcement that an American inventor, unheralded and modest, has carried out successful experiments of telephoning and is able to transmit speech for great distances without wires . . the inventor is Nathan B. Stubblefield."
NBSBernardWindowWiFi108w.jpg•• "This Fellow Is Fooling me."
•••"Hello, Rainey," according to Dr. Rainey T. Wells, founder of Murray State College, was the world's first radio message. Testifying before an FCC commission in 1947, Rainey explained that he had personally heard Stubblefield demonstrate his wireless telephone as early as 1892.
•••"He had a shack about four feet square near his house from which he took an ordinary telephone receiver, but entirely without wires. Handing me these, he asked me to walk some distance away and listen. I had hardly reached my post, which happened to be an apple orchard, when I heard 'Hello, Rainey' come booming out of the receiver. I jumped a foot and said to myself, 'This fellow is fooling me. He as wires somewhere.' So I moved to the side some 20 feet but all the while he kept talking to me. I talked back and he answered me as plainly as you please. I asked him to patent the thing but he refused, saying he wanted to continue his research and perfect it."
•••Dr. William Mason, Stubblefield's family physician, described a day during that same year when Stubblefield "handed me a device in what appeared to be a keg with a handle on it. I started walking down the lane . . . from it I could distinctly hear his voice and a harmonica which he was broadcasting to me several years before Marconi made his announcement about wireless telegraphy."
•••••• Stubblefield was born in Murray, Kentucky, 1860 the son of Attorney and Mrs. William Jefferson Stubblefield (Capt. Billy). In his teens he was reportedly an omnivorous student and researched everything available on the new science of electricity. When Alexander Bel phoned Tom Watson on March 10, 1876, to say "Come here, Watson; I want you," Stubblefield was already experimenting with vibrating communication devices. In 1888 (Patent #378,183) he invented a vibrating telephone. The Murray News Weekly carried this item: "Charlie Hamlin has his telephone I fine working order from his store to his home. It is the Nathan Stubblefield patent and is the best I have ever talked through."
•••Stubblefield manufactured and patented batteries which he later described as "the bedrock of all my scientific research in raidio" (his spelling).
•••••• "I have been working on this, the wireless telephone, for 10 or 12 years," he told a St. Louis Post-Dispatch correspondent in January, 1902. "This solution is not the result of an inspiration or the work of a minute. It is the climax of years. The system can be developed until messages by voice can be sent and heard all over the country, even to Europe. The world is it limits."

/Images-00kudoad+/680Cov=Amazon108w.jpg"Diamonds as Large a Your Thumb."
•••With the new industrial and scientific epoch at hand and the first Roosevelt in the White House, Stubblefield built his broadcasting station, a tiny workshop on the front porch of his modest farmhouse. It was barely wide enough to hold the transmitter and one char. The transmitting mechanism was concealed in a box four feet hight,tow and a half feet wide, one and a half feet deep. "In that box," said Stubblefield, "lies the secret of my success." Five hundred yards away was the experimental receiving station, a dry-good box fastened to the foot of a tree stump.
•••The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reporter noted that Stubblefield's 14-year-old son, Bernard, was left on the porch wile h and the inventor walked to the stump. The writer picked up a receiver and heard spasmodic buzzings and then: "Hello. Can you hear me? Now I will count ten. One-to-three-four-=five-six-seven-eight-nine-ten. Did you hear that? Now I will whisper." Later Bernard whistled and played the mouth organ.
•••"I heard as clearly as if the speaker were only across a 12-foot room" wrote the newsman.
•••When the article appeared on January 10, 1902, Stubblefield was besieged by capitalists, financiers, stock-jugglers, hucksters and hawkers. Dr. Mason recalled seeing a $40,000 check for a part interest in the invention, as titans of industry "wearing diamonds as large as your thumb" scuttled up industry dirt roads to Stubblefield's flinty farm.
•••"You and I will yet add luster to the Stubblefield name," wrote Nathan to his cousin, Vernon.
•••He refused all propositions, including one for half a million dollars. "It is north twice that," he insisted, entrusting only his son, Bernard, with the secret of his mysterious keg. On occasion he repelled over-inquisitive visitors with a shotgun.
•••Invited by leading scientist, he traveled with his trunk of mystery to Washington, D.C., where he demonstrated the practicability of his contrivance from the steamship Bartholdy on the Potomac to crowds along the river bank. On Decoration Day, 1902, he broadcast words and music form the Belmont Mansion and Fairmont Park in Philadelphia to hundreds of statesmen, investors and newsmen. He obtained patents in England, the U.S. and Canada.
•••• In the Canadian patent is a drawing of a "horseless carriage" with a broadcasting set, presaging the auto radio by 30 years. But perhaps even more remarkable are notations that by reversing a switch one could change a broadcasting station into a receiving apparatus.
•••• Articles appeared in major newspapers throughout the world acclaiming him as the distinguished inventor of the wireless telephone and a celebrated scientific genius. At lease one extravagant reporter suggested that Stubblefield ad crated "the world's greatest invention."

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•••• There are three conflicting theories on how this farmer-inventor sowed the wind of immortality and reaped the whirlwind of oblivion. His cousin, Vernon, claimed the invention was stolen

"Will I ever see my trunk again?" Stubblefield scribbled on the back of an old map after he returned from Washington.
•••• "All his valuables were in that trunk," said his cousin.
•••• Perry Meloan, newspaper editor of Edmonton, Kentucky, an ear-witness to the first public demonstration in Murray, declared that Stubblefield was inveigled into a partnership in the Wireless Telephone Company of America, located at Broadway 11, New York. Learning that the firm was not interested in perfecting his creation but merely in selling stock unscrupulously, Stubblefield returned home. "Damn rascals," was his bitter comment to friends, and he advised them to withdraw their investment in his project. Soon after, he renounced his wife, nine (5 surviving) children and all relatives and built his hermitage gut in Almo, six miles from his family farmhouse. That farmhouse later mysteriously burned to the ground.
•••• His son, Bernard, joined the Westinghouse Electrical Corp., the firm that introduced the commercial radio. Did Bernard utilize his father's secrets to produce those early sets?
•••• Wireless lights appeared in the trees and along the fences guarding Stubblefield's crudely constructed shanty and, according to neighbors, voices, apparently coming from the air, were heard by trespassers. "Get your mule out of my cornfield," Stubblefield's wireless voice was hard to say in the night.
•••• He curtly refused the aid of friends. "He was never insane," they insisted, "only queer."
•••• Robert McDermott found the body of Nathan Stubblefield on March 30, 1928. "Death due to starvation," was Dr. Mason's conclusion. In a unmarked grave in Bowman's cemetery, one and a half miles form Murray, Stubblefield lies alone.
•••• In 1930 a memorial to "the first man to transmit and receive the human voice without wires" was dedicated at Murray State Teachers College campus, less than 100 feet from the charred ruins of the world's first broadcasting station.
•••• In 1962 his tragic life was dramatized in an epicedial folk opera, The Stubblefield Story, composed by Murray State professor Paul Shahan and Mrs. Lillian Lowry and performed in the campus auditorium.
•••• Murray's only radio station, 1 1000-watt outlet, broadcasts "middle of the road and some rock music as well," according to owner Fransuelle Cole. Book-ended between Bruce Springsteen's "Borne to Rune" a a live commercial for Kroger's grocery, on hears. "You are tune to WNBS, 1340 on your radio dial in Murray, Kentucky: the birthplace of radio."
•••• The stations call-letters, not accidentally, are Stubblefield's initials.
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106- Memorial Day
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What we now refer to as Memorial Day began as Decoration Day just after the Civil War in 1868. It was established as a day to remember the war dead by decorating their graves with flowers. The North and The South originally observed Decoration Day on different days until the mid-20th century when the last Monday of the month was chosen to honor all American
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The 55th Pasadena Showcase House of Design, April 21 - May 19
•••• An all-volunteer organization, Pasadena Showcase House for the Arts (PSHA) is a non-profit California Corporation whose members donate their time and talents to produce the annual Pasadena Showcase House of Design.  Founded in 1948, and formerly known as The Pasadena Junior Philharmonic Committee, they adopted the Pasadena Showcase House of Design as their annual benefit in 1965.  It is one of the oldest, largest and most successful house and garden tours in the nation.
•••• A Los Angeles Times article, dated October 14, 1948, reads: "A Pasadena Junior Philharmonic Committee has been formed.  Composed of prominent members of the younger set, this organization came into being at a meeting and tea on October 8, in the home of Mrs. John B. Callery, Jr., who has been named president."
•••• The committee was formed to raise money for the Continuance Fund (later the Los Angeles Philharmonic Association) to help pay for the Pasadena series of concerts of the Los Angeles Philharmonic.  The original 18 founding members met their early donation goals with traditional affairs - a shipwreck party, a casino night, an assortment of bridge tournaments and a television party where guests dressed up like their favorite TV stars, when television was a relatively new phenomenon.  In those early days, between $3,000 and $5,000 was raised annually.
•••• The idea of a Pasadena Showcase House of Design was suggested in 1965 and the destiny of The Pasadena Junior Philharmonic Committee, now known as Pasadena Showcase House for the Arts, was uniquely changed.  With creativity and hard work from the committee, community support and enthusiasm - more than $11,000 was raised the first year.  Admission to the first Showcase House was $1.50, which included coffee and cookies, and approximately 7,500 visitors attended.  Parking was in the neighborhood and, in some cases, on neighbors' lawns.  Today, tickets range from $35 - $60 and approximately 30,000 visitors are shuttled from a nearby location
•••• "Art Sales" was added in 1970, beginning with two or three artists.  Today, about 25 vendors participate in the Shops at Showcase.  Refreshments evolved from complimentary coffee and cookies, to lunches prepared by members, to a cafeteria with light fare to a full service restaurant with an additional Gourmet-to-Go station and al fresco dining and sometimes a pub.
•••• Due to the profound dedication of the members of PSHA who volunteer their time, the talent and financial commitment of the designers and the many others who donate their services, products and money - the Pasadena Showcase House of Design is now one of the oldest, largest and most successful house and garden tours in the United States.
• Parking: Complimentary parking and shuttle service is available at Santa Anita Race Track, Gate 6 - Colorado Lot, Colorado Place, Arcadia California 91107.
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114- Doris Day, America's box office sweetheart of the '50s and' 60s dies at 97

DorisDay200w.jpgMay 13, 2019 -- Doris Day, actress, singer, animal-welfare activist and box-office queen whose wholesome, all-American image belied an often-turbulent personal life, has died of pneumonia at the age of 97.
••• She began her career as a big-band singer in 1939, her first hit recording being "Sentimental Journey" in 1945 with Les Brown & His Band of Renown. After leaving Brown to embark on a solo career, she recorded more than 650 songs from 1947 to 1967.
••• Day was one of the top female box-office star in Hollywood history, with a No. 1 ranking in 1960, 1962, 1963 and 1964. She had her first hit as a big-band vocalist during World War II before making nearly 40 movies in the next two decades, reigning supreme at a time when her contemporaries included Audrey Hepburn, Marilyn Monroe and Elizabeth Taylor.
•••She also co-starred opposite Rock Hudson in three films.
•••Day was born Doris Mary Ann Kappelhoff on April 3, 1922, in Cincinnati, Ohio, the youngest of three siblings. All of her grandparents were German immigrants.
••• Four times married she was first married to Al Jorden, ( March 1941 to February 1943) Her only child, son Terrence Paul Jorden (later known as Terry Melcher), resulted from this marriage. Her second marriage (March 30, 1946, to May 31, 1949) was to George William Weidler, a saxophonist who told her he was leaving her by letter after eight month of marriage. Day's fourth marriage ( April 14, 1976, until April 2, 1982) was to Barry Comden, the maître d'hôtel at one of Day's favorite restaurants.
••• The Doris Day Animal Foundation announced that Day made it clear that there would be no funeral, memorial service or grave marker.
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115- "The Dead Don't Die" opens the annual Cannes Film Festival as it celebrates its 72nd edition
•••• The annual Cannes Film Festival, founded in 1946, will take place from May 14 to 25, 2019. Mexican filmmaker Alejandro González Iñárritu has been named as the President of the Jury.
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115- SPACE TECH EXPO, Pasadena, CA, May 21 -22, sponsored by the Jet Propulsion Labatory -- By Gary Sunkin
•••• Space Tech Expo & Conference is America's engineering meeting place for space technology to showcase the latest from technical designers, sub-system suppliers, manufacturers and components through to systems integrators for civil, military and commercial space.
•••• Featured Exhibitors: NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL)
JPL Business Opportunity Fair -- co-located with Space Tech Expo takes place on the first morning before the event opens May 22, 2018.
•••• Returning to Pasadena with a new powerful agenda that is split up into three dedicated days: launchers, satellites and future programs.
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Digital Hollywood Spring, Skirball Center, LA, May 21 - 23
Digital Hollywood is still flourishing as a sort of live-content aggregator attracting various industry stalwarts to hold private meetings all at the same venue, then network together at conference tracks, keynote roundtables and after-hours parties.
•••• Victor Harwood who is presiding over several annual trade shows dealing with entertainment, media, advertising and technology events, besides Digital Hollywood, said back in 2007, "The idea of putting together a tradeshow by hassling people to buy booth space is old -- anyone who did that is not in business anymore."
•••• His upcoming Spring conference at the Skirball Center, Los Angeles CA, made up of separate multi-track but co-located events is still the only conference that brings together creatives, agents, distributors, technologists, financiers, lawyers and media -- legally, it's very hard for a lot of these people to be in the same room, unless there's a common purpose and a common theme. More minds have been changed -- at Digital Hollywood than at any other conference."
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106- Apple and chip maker Qualcomm settle
Apple and Qualcomm in a surprise turn announced Tuesday, April 16th, that they have settled their years-long litigation over the use of Qualcomm's chips in Apple's iPhones.
•••• The agreement was announced after lawyers for Apple made their opening argument in what was expected to be a three-week trial in a San Diego federal court.
••• Apple will make a onetime payment to Qualcomm and the two reached a multiyear agreement under which Qualcomm will supply chips and , and all the litigation between the companies around the world will be dismissed. No amounts were disclosed relating to payments and fees.
••••• Qualcomm's shares had underperformed this year until Tuesday's surge soared 23% to $70.45, their biggest single-day gain since 1999. Apple shares were little changd at $199.25. Apple is due to report its quarterly results on April 30, while Qualcomm is scheduled to release its numbers on May 1.
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106- Apple dealt legal blow as jury awards Qualcomm $31 million - The Ruling will be reviewed by International Trade Commission panel
•••• The verdict gives Qualcomm momentum as it heads into a bigger showdown with Apple next month.
••••Judge MaryJoan McNamara's decision is the latest in a slew of unfavorable rulings against Apple in a winding and international legal battle between the two tech giants.
••• San Diego-based Qualcomm makes chips and other components in the iPhone and other smartphones, and Apple has stopped paying licensing fees to Qualcomm via its contract manufacturers because it claims Qualcomm was charging royalties for technology it didn't actually invent.
•••• "We appreciate Judge McNamara's recognition of Apple's infringement of our hardware patent and that she will be recommending an import ban and cease and desist order," Qualcomm vice president and general counsel Don Rosenberg said in a statement.
•••• McNamara will officially rule on the case within the next two weeks. Then, it will go to the full ITC panel for review in July. Following that, there is a 60-day presidential review period. Any import ban would probably take place in the fall.
•••• The ITC ruled Tuesday on another Qualcomm patent, this time siding with Apple and invalidating Qualcomm's patent.
•••• Apple sued Qualcomm in January 2017 in federal court. Qualcomm, in turn, countersued in Germany, China and the U.S. and has racked up some legal victories against the iPhone maker.Apple violated three Qualcomm patents and should pay the chipmaker $31 million for infringing on its technology, a jury decided Friday, giving Qualcomm momentum as it heads into another legal skirmish with the iPhone maker next month.
•••• Qualcomm, which filed the suit in July 2017, alleged that Apple had used its technology without permission in some versions of its popular iPhone. The jury awarded Qualcomm the full amount it had requested at the start of the two-week trial, which took place in San Diego.
•••• One disputed Qualcomm patent covers technology that lets a smartphone quickly connect to the internet once the device is turned on. Another deals with graphics processing and battery life. The third addresses technology that shifts traffic between a phone's apps processor and modem.
•••• The $31 million in damages -- or $1.41 per infringing iPhone -- is a drop in the bucket for Apple, a company that briefly became a $1 trillion company last year. But it marks an important victory for Qualcomm, burnishing its reputation as a mobile components innovator. The win also lends cre
dibility to the notion that much of the company's innovation is reflected in iPhones.
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115- NAB Show, April 6 - 11, Las Vegas

Imagescustomers/NAB2009lasvagas108w.jpgAbout NAB Show
NAB Show, held April 6 - 11, 2019 in Las Vegas, is the world's largest convention encompassing The M.E.T. Effect, the convergence of media, entertainment and technology. With 103,000 attendees from 166 countries and 1,700+ exhibitors, NAB Show is the ultimate marketplace for solutions that transcend traditional broadcasting and embrace content delivery to new screens in new ways. From creation to consumption, across multiple platforms and countless nationalities, NAB Show is where global visionaries convene to bring content to life in new and exciting ways. For complete details, visit www.nabshow.com.

About NAB
The National Association of Broadcasters is the premier advocacy association for America's broadcasters. NAB advances radio and television interests in legislative, regulatory and public affairs. Through advocacy, education and innovation, NAB enables broadcasters to best serve their communities, strengthen their businesses and seize new opportunities in the digital age.
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LA Times Festival of Books, April 13-14
One of the most significant literary events in the United States, the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books attracts more than 150,000 attendees annually to USC's campus, and has grown to become an essential piece of the L.A. Cultural scene.
• • Chelsea Clinton, Dave Barry, Roxane Gay, Erica Jong and Susan Orlean are among the writers set to appear at the Los Angeles Times' 24th annual book event.
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115- Springtime in Cannes
By Josie Cory
A h h h . . . Spring in Cannes…where mild breezes blow as the warm Mediterranean sun smiles over this beautiful spot on the Cote d'Azur. There you can feel a timeless sensuality, assuaging a nostalgia for the Mediterranean which since as far back as the 16th century has been a constant theme in many a Northern European's life.
• • "Now give us lands where the olives grow," Cried the North to the South, "Where the sun with a golden mouth can blow blue bubbles of grapes down the vineyard row!" Cried the North to the South. (to borrow a phrase from the English writer Elizabeth Barret Browning).
• •"Cannes," wrote Charles Lentheric, the indispensable and erudite historian of maritime Provence, in 1880, "is a town where you feel no need to work," and "where the inhabitants were not interested in the world that lay beyond their shady gardens, or the sheltered balconies of their hotels."
• • Now the world has come to Cannes, chosen it to be their Mediterranean queen for its annual events, and when you stroll along the Croisette on some warm April day you will hardly share Mr. Lenteric's sentiments. Voila! Cannes! It has emerged truly cosmopolitan.
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• 115- France will be MIPTV 2019's Country of Honour - Palais Des Festival, Cannes, France
MIPTV, the international market for entertainment content development and distribution, takes place in Cannes, France from 8-11 April 2019. The MIPTV Country of Honour programme will include a series of conferences and promotional events dedicated to France's TV industry, with further details due to be unveiled in the coming weeks.
•••• In September, France's export promotional association TV France International reported impressive figures for French TV programming in foreign markets for 2017, with total revenue of 325 million euros &endash; the second-best performance in the past 20 years. French exports go well beyond Europe with a notable increase in the United States and Canada, up 16% last year.
•••• While overall international sales have doubled over the past eight years, French animation confirmed its leading position, thanks to the globally acknowledged expertise of Gallic producers. Animation accounted for 37% of total export revenue. Meanwhile, the documentary genre recorded its second-best performance in 10 years, while foreign sales of drama series has known a record year with a 28% increase over 2016. More and more French-made series of all kinds are traveling the world, reaching international audiences. Series like "Le Bureau des Légendes" (The Bureau) or "Midnight sun" (TV France Export Prize 2018) are paving the way to other consistent successes of drama series like long running "Candice Renoir", Sci-fi "Missions" or political fare "Baron Noir".
•••• "It could not be better timing to celebrate France's creativity and savoir-faire on the international content scene. Over the years, French production has taken a growing share of the international market in every genre, from animation to documentary, formats and, of course, drama series. French creators and producers are developing more and more programmes with international appeal without sacrificing that undefinable French touch," said Laurine Garaude, Director of Television Division at Reed MIDEM, which organises MIPTV. "We are proud that MIPTV can play its part in supporting the French television industry and promoting French programming on the international market via the 2019 Country of Honour project."
••••"Today, French producers and distributors are thriving in the full spectrum of programme sectors and are achieving strong ratings wherever their shows are broadcast," said Hervé Michel, President, TV France International. "TV France International is proud to support France, MIPTV Country of Honour, we welcome initiatives that raise the profile of France's television industry and support sales of French programmes throughout the world. And so do distributors' syndicate SEDPA, producers' syndicate USPA, SPFA, SPECT and SATEV.
•••• Marco Bassetti, CEO, Banijay Group: "France is our home. Ten years ago, our story started here and we have since gone on to build a business which houses iconic national talent including Nagui and Cyril Hanouna. Now standing as the leading production entity in the French market, we are thrilled to see the country recognised at this year's MIPTV and look forward to celebrating the nation's achievements at the market."
••••France is consistently among the leading delegations at MIPTV with 535 companies and 1,420 participants attending the 2018 edition. French exhibiting companies already signed up for MIPTV 2019 include: ARTE France, Cyber Group Studios, Gaumont, Federation Entertainment, France tv distribution, M6 Metropole Television, Millimages, Newen Distribution, Canal+ Group, TF1 Studio, Wild Bunch, About Premium Content Xilam Animation, Banijay, Mediawan, Orange, Eurodata TV Worldwide, Lagardère Studios, PGS Entertainment, Superights, Thema, Futurikon, Mediatoon, ZED….
••••Other previous Countries of Honour and Country Focuses at both MIPTV and MIPCOM include China, Russia, Japan, Germany, Turkey, Nordics (Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden), Mexico, Israel, and Argentina.
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 First Quarter

• ELISHA BARNO AND ASKALE MERACHI WIN THE 34TH SKECHERS PERFORMANCE LOS ANGELES MARATHON
By Gary Sunkin
LOS ANGELES (March 24, 2019) -- Elisha Barno (Kenya) and Askale +GaryElishaWINNER.jpgMerachi (Ethiopia) won the 34th edition of the Skechers Performance Los Angeles Marathon. These athletes bested a field of 24,000 registered runners over the iconic "Stadium to the Sea" race from the world famous Dodger Stadium to the beach in picturesque Santa Monica.

 

 

 


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•••• In a the closest men's race in LA history, Elisha Barno charged to the lead just past mile 26 and solidified the win in the time of 2:11:45, just seven seconds over second place. John Korir (Kenya), brother of two-time Kenyan-winner Wesley Korir, was second (2:11.52) and Juan Luis Barrios (Mexico) finished in third (2:11:59). The pack was together for 21 miles when the racing really started, hitting halfway in 1:08.11 with winner Barno. Barno closed out the race with a blazing 1:30:34 second half to earn second Skechers Performance Los Angeles Marathon victory following his previous win in 2017.
•••• Askale Merachi took the lead in the women's race at 6k from Lucy Karimi (Kenya) and Cynthia Jerop (Kenya) winning with a new course record time of 2:24.11, a time that was Meskale's personal best by nearly six minutes. The previous course record of 2:25:10 was held by Lidiya Grigroyeva (Russia) in 2006. Cynthia Jerop and Lucy Karimi finished in second and third, respectively, with a personal best of 2:25.41 and 2:26.15.
•••• In the wheelchair race, California native Katrina Gerhard (USA) took home the gold as the women's champion with a finishing time of 1:51.16. In the men's contest, Joshua Cassidy (Canada) bested the other competing athletes winning the race in 1:31.47.
•••• Today, the Los Angeles weather played out perfectly for a marathon with temperatures in the 60s and overcast conditions. The race's Stadium to the Sea Course celebrated its 10th Anniversary with live entertainment, including more than 50 bands, 500 cheerleaders, 4 entertainment centers and 90 cheer zones that set the stage for an exciting day.
•••• "It was a great day out there today, but we couldn't have been more enthused by the way the pro races played out today", said Tracey Russell, Chief Executive of Conqur Endurance Group. "Once again, we are extremely proud of the amazing turnout we had from the community who eagerly cheered from the neighborhoods throughout Los Angeles, West Hollywood, Beverly Hills and Santa Monica. Congratulations to our winners and all the pro athlete who put it all on the line today."

Top Five Men's Field
1.   Elisha Barno, Kenya, 2:11.45
2.   John Korir, Kenya, 2:11:52
3.   Juan Luis Barrios, Mexico, 2:11.59
4.   Milton Rotich, KEN, 2:12.42
5.   Weldon Kirui, Kenya, 2:13.24

Top Five Women's Field
6.  Askale Merachi, Ethiopia (Floral Park, NY) , 2:24.11
7.  Cynthia Jerop, Kenya, 2:25.54
8.  Lucy Karimi, Kenya, 2:26.15
9.  Olha Skypak, Ukraine, 2:30.33
10. Jane Kibii, Kenya, 2:32.12

Top Five Men's Wheelchair
1.  Joshua Cassidy, Canada, 01:31:47.6
2.  Tristan Smyth, Canada, 01:38:33.3
3.  Josh George, USA, 01:39:48.8
4.  Krige Schabort, USA, 01:40:07.5
5.  Rafael Botello Jimenez, Spain, 01:42:37.4

Top Five Women's Wheelchair
1.  Katrina Gerhard, USA, 01:56:22.0
2.  Jenna Fesemyer, USA, 02:04:13.9
3.  Michelle Wheeler, USA, 01:10:29.64.      
4.  Yen Hoang, USA, 02:11:27.3
5.  Ivonne Reyas Gomez, Mexico, 02:20:49.22.
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101- RACE WEEK HAS FINALLY ARRIVED!- The 34th LA Marathon race begins Sunday morning at Dodger Stadium.
By Gary Sunkin
••••Frank McCourt purchase the operating rights to the race in 2008. Soon afterward, he asked his team to devise a course that would show off the very best of Los Angeles. Working with public officials and community stakeholders, the "Stadium to the Sea" course was born. With Dodger Stadium as the starting point, the course traverses from downtown LA, Wet Hollywood, Beverly Hills to Santa Monica with a majestic finish overlooking the Pacific Ocean.
•••• The race begins at 6:30 a.m. on Sunday, March 24 and if you plan on driving or riding the bus that day, you'll want to take a good look at the planned street closures along the route.
•••The marathon starts at Dodger Stadium and winds its way through Downtown before cutting up past Echo Park Lake and over to Sunset Boulevard. Runners will follow the street up to Hollywood Boulevard and head west, passing the Walk of Fame along the way.
••••The course then drops down to the Sunset Strip and then down again to Santa Monica Boulevard. After a quick detour in Beverly Hills, it extends north toward the VA Hospital and cuts west on San Vicente. Finally, runners enter the final stretch on Ocean Avenue and finish the race just short of the Santa Monica Pier.
••••Most of the streets closed for the race will shut down between 4 and 5 a.m., though stretches of Main Street and Ocean Avenue in Santa Monica will be closed to traffic at midnight. Streets will start to reopen between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
About the Marathon
The LA Marathon (formerly the City of Los Angeles Marathon) is an annual running event held each spring in Los Angeles, California. The 26.219 mile (42.195 km) footrace, inspired by the success of the 1984 Summer Olympic Games, has been contested every year since 1986. The marathon is currently sponsored by Skechers, and thus its official title is the Skechers Performance LA Marathon.
•••• Over the course of its 33-year history, the LA Marathon has become one of the largest marathons in the country with more than 25,000 participants, thousands of volunteers and hundreds of thousands of spectators.
••••The historic race, which has seen unprecedented growth since introducing the iconic "Stadium to Sea" course, draws runners from all over the world to take a tour of Los Angeles running past every major landmark. The "Stadium to the Sea" route was not the original route: the original route ended at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, and a route around the turn of the millennium both started and ended in Downtown Los Angeles.
••••The current route starts at Dodger Stadium and ends in Santa Monica.
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Professional Runners and Students Run LA Official Race Shake Out Run:
Friday morning March 22, the professional runners scheduled to toe the start line at the 2019 Skechers Performance Los Angeles Marathon, will join 25 &endash; 30 participants in the Students Run LA (SRLA) program for the official pre-race shake-out run at Griffith Park. Approximately 3,500 SRLA runners will take part in the Skechers Performance Los Angeles Marathon again this year.
••••The Skechers Performance Los Angeles Marathon Health & Fitness Expo is at the Los Angeles Convention Center on Friday, March 22 and Saturday, March 23. The Expo will host over 120 vendors and features world-class brands of products and services that fuel, support, and motivate runners, friends and family. 
•••• The Expo with 45,000 expected attendees it is one of the biggest events of the year at the Los Angeles Convention Center. The Health and Fitness Expo is free and open to the public. Hours are 10am-- 7pm on Friday and 9am -- 5pm on Saturday.
History
The Skechers Performance Los Angeles Marathon was inspired by the successful 1984 Los Angeles Summer Olympic Games, an event that revolutionized the Olympic Movement with more than 30,00 volunteers supporting the Games. The Los Angeles City Council bid out the event 1985 and the inaugural race was held in 1986.
•••• With an overwhelming turnout of 10,787 registrants, the inaugural Los Angeles Marathon was the largest first-time marathon in the U.S. The race has been an important fixture on the U.S. marathon calendar ever since. While owned by the City of Los Angeles, the operation rights for the race have been held by four entities in its history:

Los Angels Marathon, Inc. (until 2004)
Devine Racing (2005-2008)
LA Marathon LLC (2008-2016)
Conqur Endurance Group (2016 to present)

About Conqur Endurance Group
Conqur Endurance Group, a subsidiary of McCourt LP, creates world-class experiences that ignite passion in athletes and connect communities through the transformative power of sport. The Skechers Performance Los Angeles Marathon is among the largest marathons in the country with 24,000 participants, thousands of volunteers and hundreds of thousands of spectators. The "Stadium to the Sea" course, starting at Dodger Stadium and finishing near the Santa Monica Pier, is one of the most scenic in the world, taking runners on a tour of Los Angeles past every major landmark. In addition to the marquee event, Conqur Endurance Group produces the Pasadena Half Marathon & 5K at the Rose Bowl, the Santa Monica Classic 5K/10K and the LA BIG 5K. Conqur also owns and operates one of the largest marathon training programs in the U.S., the LA Road Runners. Through official charity programs and strategic partnerships, Conqur supports dozens of nonprofit partners; the most notable being Students Run LA, one of the foremost nonprofit youth running programs in the nation. For more information, please visit www.goconqur.com
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115-Oscars No Shows, 1960 - 2016
• Hollywood stars who snubbed the Academy Awards
Not everyone in Hollywood enjoys the gala event. Over the years, a handful of Hollywood A-listers have refused to attend the ceremony, and some who've sidestepped the show did so when they were up for awards of their own.
•••• From Katharine Hepburn to Will Smith, here are Hollywood stars who snubbed the Oscars.
•••• 2016 - Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith called for a boycott of the Academy Awards ceremony upon learning that the nominations, for the second year in a row, featured no actors of color. The actress and her superstar husband, Will Smith, were soon joined in the boycott by other Hollywood heavyweights including Oscar-winning directors Spike Lee and Michael Moore, while other stars -- including Oscar winners George Clooney and Lupita Nyong'o -- spoke out in support.
•••• 2003 - Peter O' Toole - In 2003, Peter O' Toole became the first actor to ever refuse an honorary Oscar. Maybe he did so out of pride. The legendary "Lawrence of Arabia" star, who'd been nominated eight times throughout his nearly 50-year career and lost every single time, wrote to the Academy, explaining, "I am still in the game and might win the lovely bugger outright. Would the Academy please defer the honor until I am 80?"
•••• The Academy responded by telling him stars like Paul Newman and Henry Fonda were given Honorary Oscars and went on to actually win one shortly after. O'Toole was sold, and happily showed up to accept his award.
•••2002 - Woody Allen though he's been nominated several times throughout his decades-long career, has never shown up to receive an Academy Award, explaining, "I have no regard for that kind of ceremony. I just don't think they know what they're doing. When you see who wins those things -- or who doesn't win them -- you can see how meaningless this Oscar thing is."
•••• Allen did make one appearance on the Oscars stage. In 2002, just six months after the September 11 attacks, the director presented a montage of films made in his beloved New York City.
•••• 1987 - Paul Newman was nominated six times from 1961 until 1982, and although he attended the ceremony many times, he never took home an award.
•••• Newman was nominated a seventh time in 1987 for "The Color Of Money." All bets were on him, but by that point, the actor was over it, and decided ahead of time he wouldn't attend the ceremony. "It's like chasing a beautiful woman for 80 years. Finally, she relents and you say, 'I'm terribly sorry. I'm tired,'" Newman explained.
•••• 1981 - John Gielgud, British actor, charmed audiences as the unflappable, acid-tongued butler Hobson in 1981's "Arthur," but the actor didn't bother showing up to the ceremony to accept his award when his name was called.
•• Gielgud, who throughout his eight-decade career nabbed two Oscars, three Tonys, an Emmy and a Grammy (among other honors) -- once said of awards shows, "I really detest all the mutual congratulation baloney and the invidious comparisons which they evoke.""
•••• 1974 - Katharine Hepburn holds a Hollywood record for being nominated 12 times and winning four Oscars over her long career, but she never attended the ceremony to hear her name called. "As for me, prizes are nothing," she once said. "My prize is my work." Hepburn made exactly one appearance at the Academy Awards in 1974 to present the Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award to producer and friend Lawrence Weingarten. "I'm living proof that a person can wait 41 years to be unselfish," she quipped.
•••• 1973 - Marlon Brando caused a ruckus when he boycotted the ceremony in 1973 to call attention to Hollywood's misrepresentation of Native Americans. Brando, who won Best Actor honors that year for his performance in "The Godfather," had Native American civil rights activist Sacheen Littlefeather approach the podium to decline his award and give a protest speech on his behalf.
•••• 1970 - George C. Scott was the first actor to refuse to accept an Oscar. The legendary actor, who was nominated in 1970 for his gripping portrayal of Gen. George S. Patton in "Patton," telegraphed the Academy months before the ceremony to let them know he didn't want the award. On the night of the ceremony, presenter Goldie Hawn opened the envelope and cried, "Oh my God! The winner is George C. Scott," but the actor, true to his word, was home on his farm in upstate New York.
•••• Scott said of the Oscars, "The ceremonies are a two-hour meat parade, a public display with contrived suspense for economic reasons." Oops!
•••• 1960 - Elizabeth Taylor, screen legend, was a frequent Oscar nominee, nabbing her first award for her role as a high-class escort in 1960's "Butterfield 8." Six years later, Taylor was poised to win again for her riveting performance opposite husband Richard Burton, who was also nominated, for "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" However, Burton had already lost four times at the Oscars and would almost certainly lose again, so both husband and wife boycotted the ceremony in protest -- though Taylor made up an excuse about Burton being afraid to fly back to the states from Paris. Taylor did win again and never issued a statement thanking the Academy.
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Barcelona, Spain - 115- Mobile World congress buzzes with 5G realities.
•••• The Next Generation Mobile Networks (NGMN) Alliance successfully brought together key global operators to showcase unique 5G use cases beyond mobile broadband at its press and industry briefing at Mobile World Congress.
•••• Taking place on the Deutsche Telekom stand with more than 150 attendees, NGMN welcomed speakers from AT&T, China Mobile, NTT DOCOMO, Orange, Vodafone and Deutsche Telekom itself. Covering 4G and 5G campus network solutions in industrial and entertainment industries, smart energy, remote medical healthcare, factory automation and 5G powered maintenance for Industry 4.0, the briefing explored 5G expectations in key vertical industries and the next steps the industry needs to take to overcome key challenges.
•••• "The 5G use cases beyond mobile broadband presented during the briefing have truly highlighted the impact of 5G on fundamental vertical industries," said NGMN CEO Peter Meissner. "The presentations given by some of the industry's leading operators have clearly shown the potential that 5G has to transform a variety of industries and the challenges that we must all now work on overcoming in the journey towards 5G."
•••• Emmanuel Lugagne Delpon, Senior Vice President at Orange Labs Networks and Chairman of the NGMN Board, introduced the session by explaining the potential operator strategies of 5G introduction &endash; starting with enhanced mobile broadband for consumers that seamlessly builds on current networks and then extending towards to the industry focused applications with URLLC ultra reliable low latency communications capabilities. 
•••The use cases presented covered a broad range of applications:
Emmanuel Lugagne Delpon, Senior Vice President at Orange Labs Networks, kicked off the session by revealing why immersive experience for Industry 4.0 needs 5G.
Igal Elbaz, Senior Vice President of Wireless Technology at AT&T, discussed the creation of a 5G zone at the Magic Leap campus in Florida, enabling developers and creators to test applications and devices on a 5G network as the product is being built.
Guangyi Liu, Wireless CTO of China Mobile Research Institute, China Mobile, explained how the unique capabilities of 5G technology will enable a different level of automation in energy networks. 
Seizo Onoe, Chief Technology Architect at NTT DOCOMO and President of DOCOMO Technology, highlighted the medical healthcare trials with partners on 5G remote and mobile diagnosis.
Arash Ashouriha, Senior Vice President, of Technology Architecture & Innovation at Deutsche Telekom, showcased the 4G and 5G campus network solutions available to industry customers, and the dual slice approach that integrates public and private LTE and 5G connectivity.
Luke Ibbetson, Vodafone Group R&D Director, closed the presentations by discussing the transformation of factory automation, with a focus on spectrum licensing.
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Paris - • 115- France will be MIPTV 2019's Country of Honour
MIPTV, the international market for entertainment content development and distribution, takes place in Cannes, France from 8-11 April 2019. The MIPTV Country of Honour programme will include a series of conferences and promotional events dedicated to France's TV industry, with further details due to be unveiled in the coming weeks.
•••• In September, France's export promotional association TV France International reported impressive figures for French TV programming in foreign markets for 2017, with total revenue of 325 million euros &endash; the second-best performance in the past 20 years. French exports go well beyond Europe with a notable increase in the United States and Canada, up 16% last year.
•••• While overall international sales have doubled over the past eight years, French animation confirmed its leading position, thanks to the globally acknowledged expertise of Gallic producers. Animation accounted for 37% of total export revenue. Meanwhile, the documentary genre recorded its second-best performance in 10 years, while foreign sales of drama series has known a record year with a 28% increase over 2016. More and more French-made series of all kinds are traveling the world, reaching international audiences. Series like "Le Bureau des Légendes" (The Bureau) or "Midnight sun" (TV France Export Prize 2018) are paving the way to other consistent successes of drama series like long running "Candice Renoir", Sci-fi "Missions" or political fare "Baron Noir".
•••• "It could not be better timing to celebrate France's creativity and savoir-faire on the international content scene. Over the years, French production has taken a growing share of the international market in every genre, from animation to documentary, formats and, of course, drama series. French creators and producers are developing more and more programmes with international appeal without sacrificing that undefinable French touch," said Laurine Garaude, Director of Television Division at Reed MIDEM, which organises MIPTV. "We are proud that MIPTV can play its part in supporting the French television industry and promoting French programming on the international market via the 2019 Country of Honour project."
••••"Today, French producers and distributors are thriving in the full spectrum of programme sectors and are achieving strong ratings wherever their shows are broadcast," said Hervé Michel, President, TV France International. "TV France International is proud to support France, MIPTV Country of Honour, we welcome initiatives that raise the profile of France's television industry and support sales of French programmes throughout the world. And so do distributors' syndicate SEDPA, producers' syndicate USPA, SPFA, SPECT and SATEV.
•••• Marco Bassetti, CEO, Banijay Group: "France is our home. Ten years ago, our story started here and we have since gone on to build a business which houses iconic national talent including Nagui and Cyril Hanouna. Now standing as the leading production entity in the French market, we are thrilled to see the country recognised at this year's MIPTV and look forward to celebrating the nation's achievements at the market."
••••France is consistently among the leading delegations at MIPTV with 535 companies and 1,420 participants attending the 2018 edition. French exhibiting companies already signed up for MIPTV 2019 include: ARTE France, Cyber Group Studios, Gaumont, Federation Entertainment, France tv distribution, M6 Metropole Television, Millimages, Newen Distribution, Canal+ Group, TF1 Studio, Wild Bunch, About Premium Content Xilam Animation, Banijay, Mediawan, Orange, Eurodata TV Worldwide, Lagardère Studios, PGS Entertainment, Superights, Thema, Futurikon, Mediatoon, ZED….
••••Other previous Countries of Honour and Country Focuses at both MIPTV and MIPCOM include China, Russia, Japan, Germany, Turkey, Nordics (Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden), Mexico, Israel, and Argentina.
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115- Discover the world in one weekend all under one roof at the Los Angeles Travel and Adventure Show, at the Los Angeles Convention Center, Jan. 16-17 By Gary Sunkin
It is a direct-to-consumer travel marketplace which allows leading travel companies to promote their travel to thousands of highly qualified travel enthusiast looking for their next vactation.
••• Matching wanderlust with thousands of possible destinations, the weekend promises to provide the inspiration, practical information and insider tips needed to maximize the experience of traveling.
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The 2019 Travel Show will deliver all-new themed areas focused on family and active vacations, cruises, and luxury and leisure travel. A culinary stage will serve up regional and exotic flavors with cooking and cocktail demonstrations. Experiential activities and cultural performances will complete the international atmosphere.•••
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Joining headliners Rick Steves, Travel Writer, Host of Rick Steves' Europe and Travel with Rick Steves are Samantha Brown, Host PBS's "Samantha Brown's Places to Love"; Pauline Frommer, Editorial Director of the Frommer's Guides and Publishers of Frommers.com; Josh Gates, Host, Executive Producer of Discovery Channel's "Expedition Unknown"; Patricia Schultz, Bestselling authoer of "1,000Places to See Before You Die."••
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A full roster of guests will also be speaking throughout the weekend, for talks and panel discussions on various topics ranging from budget travel to the best shopping destinations.
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• 115- Berlin Film Festival (Feb 7-17) opened with a tribute
to Dieter Kosslick, the festival's director since 2001, where he received a standing ovation, as he took to the stage to welcome international stars, filmmakers, and cinephiles for the final time as festival director. The 69th Berlinale opened with a 1920s-style serenade dedicated to Kosslick by popular German singer Max Raabe and entertainer Anke Engelke, who also hosted the ceremony.
•••• Monika Grütters, Germany's culture and media commissioner heaped praise on Kosslick for his 18 years at the head of one of the world's largest film festivals.
•••• Grütters continued her praise: "The most beautiful compliment, ladies and gentlemen, does not come from those privileged to sit here tonight but from those who stand for hours to buy tickets. The most beautiful compliment is 350,000 tickets sold every year."
•••• "Our Berliner Bear in gold and silver, our beautiful trophy, is our most famous ambassador of film, but only one person can compete with him. That's you, dear Dieter. And at the opening of your 18th and our 69th Berlinale, you deserve to be in the spotlight," she said.
•••• The festival opened with the world premiere of Lone Scherfig's "The Kindness of Strangers," a contemporary drama following disparate characters as they all struggle to survive in a New York City winter and find laughter, love, and kindness in each other.
•••• Also attending were The Berlinale's new director team, Carlo Chatrian and Mariette Rissenbeek, who will assume the reins next year.
•••• About: The Berlin International Film Festival also called the Berlinale, is a film festival held annually in Berlin, Germany. Founded in West Berlin in 1951, the festival has been held every February since 1978 and is one of the "Big Three" alongside the Venice Film Festival and Cannes Film Festival.
•••• The Golden Bear (German: Goldener Bär) is the highest prize awarded for the best film at the Berlin International Film Festival.
•••• With around 300,000 tickets sold and 500,000 admissions each year, it has the largest public attendance of any annual film festival. Up to 400 films are shown in several sections across cinematic genres. Around twenty films compete for the festival's top awards, the Golden Bear and several Silver Bears.
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GaryRegisJSeverino200w.jpg113- Eyewitness News celebrates 50th anniversary. - By Gary Sunkin
Phote LtoR: TVI's Gary Sunkin; Regis Philbin, John Severino

January 6th 1969 marked the First Broadcast KABC -TV of Eyewitness News following the departure of news director/Baxter Ward. 
•••• Legendary Al Primo launched the Eyewitness News format in Philadelphia (the name itself had been used for some years before that by Westinghouse's TV stations for its local newscasts, and in fact was first used by KYW itself in 1959 when it was based in Cleveland, Ohio). In this format, which was meant to be faster in pace than the standard newscast format (in which an anchor simply read headlines), a reporter in the field would be the "eyewitness" to a news event to the anchor in the studio and the viewer at home. The anchors became personalities instead of presenters with the introduction of banter, or "happy talk" as it was named by Al Primo. Anchors would give their own personal comments in between stories to let viewers know their personalities.
•••• Primo also chose the musical score from the Tar Sequence in the movie Cool Hand Luke (composed by Lalo Schifrin) as the news theme to WABC's Eyewitness News, a move which also exposed many other TV stations in the United States (and by extension, their viewers) to Schifrin's work.
•••• Eyewitness News is a style of news broadcasting that is used by local television stations in different markets around the world. It refers to a particular style of television newscast with an emphasis on visual elements and action video. It replaced the traditional "man-on-camera" newscast.
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Super Bowl LIII: Patriots defeat Rams 13-3 in defensive struggle to win franchise's sixth championship

Los Angeles Times' Super Bowl Front Page "Lambs not Rams" went Viral that said it all.

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They'll play the New England Patriots at Super Bowl
Overtime field goal sends Rams to Super Bowl: Until it mattered, the Los Angeles Rams never led against the New Orleans Saints in the NFC conference championship game in the Superdome, rocking with fans.
•••• And when it did, in overtime, Greg Zuerlein hit a 57-yard field goal that stunned the Saints and silenced the crowd, sending Jared Goff and the Rams into the Feb. 3 Super Bowl against either the Chiefs or Patriots.
image-+00TCS/JaredGoff200w.jpg•••• "Unbelievable," was the only word Goff could come up with in his postgame interview. "[We were] just trying to score, get into field goal range . . . C.J. [Anderson] was running the ball well and I expect Todd [Gurley] to have a [heck] of a game in the Super Bowl. I can't believe I'm even saying that. Unbelievable."

 

Jared Goff - June 2016
-- first overall pick by the Los Angeles Rams in the 2016 NFL Draft.

•••• At the biggest moment of the game, the Rams' John Johnson came up with the big play, intercepting a deflected Drew Brees pass at the L.A. 46-yard line with 13:56 left. That set up Zuerlein for the game-winner with 11:47 left. The victory by the Rams is the first in the conference title game by the road team in six years, but it wasn't without controversy.
•••• At issue was a no-call on what appeared to be pass interference on a Brees pass to Tommylee Lewis. It was broken up by Nickell Robey-Coleman, with Fox's Mike Pereira, Dean Blandino and Troy Aikman calling for a pass-interference flag. The Saints ended up settling for field goal with just under 2 minutes left.
•••• Overtime! A 48-yard field goal attempt by Greg Zuerlein with 19 seconds remaining tied the score and sent the title game into overtime. (Game tied at 23-23, 0:19 remaining in fourth quarter)
•••• A bad call? At the worst time, officiating becomes the focus. The Rams defense had become pesky, holding the Saints scoreless in a six-possession stretch of the second half when Drew Brees did that thing he does, finding Ted Ginn on a 43-yard pass with just over 2 minutes left, giving the Saints a first down at the Rams' 13-yard line. The Los Angeles defense stiffened and, on third down, Brees's pass to Tommylee Lewis was broken up by Nickell Robey-Coleman, with Fox's Mike Pereira, Dean Blandino and Troy Aikman calling for a pass-interference flag. The result? The Saints, who probably should have just gone to a power running game there, settled for a 31-yard field goal with 1:41 left.
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115- Golden Mike Awards
KCET and PBS Take Home Top Honors In Documentary and Entertainment.
iHeartMedia talk KFI Los Angeles (640) received seven Radio News Awards at the Radio and Television News Association of California's 69th annual Golden Mike Awards. The winners were recognized at a dinner on Saturday (Jan. 19) at the Universal Hilton in Universal City.
•••• KFI walked away with awards for "Best News Broadcast" and "Best Serious Feature Reporting." In addition, the KFI team also won "Best Continuing Coverage," "Best Sports Reporting," "Best Business And Consumer Reporting," "Best Use of Sound" and "Best Internet News Reporting."
•••• iHeartMedia news/talk "NewsRadio 600" KOGO San Diego won for "Best Feature News Series Reporting" and sports KLAC (570) host Vic "The Brick" Jacobs was honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award.
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115- Michael Jackson Docu
stirs controversy at Sundance Film Festival,
"Leaving Neverland" premiered at the Sundance Film Festival (Jan. 24 - Feb. 3) and is set to air on HBO this spring in a two part series that explores allegations of sexual misconduct by the legendary singer. Meanwhile the Michael Jackson Estate is denouncing the documentary's allegations.
MICHAEL JACKSON'S FAMILY MAKES STATEMENT
Michael Jackson is our brother and son. We are furious that the media, who without a shred of proof or single piece of physical evidence, chose to believe the word of two admitted liars over the word of hundreds of families and friends around the world who spent time with Michael, many at Neverland, and experienced his legendary kindness and global generosity.  We are proud of what Michael Jackson stands for.
•••• People have always loved to go after Michael. He was an easy target because he was unique.  But Michael was subjected to a thorough investigation which included a surprise raid of Neverland and other properties as well as a jury trial where Michael was found to be COMPLETELY INNOCENT.  There has never been one piece of proof of anything.  Yet the media is eager to believe these lies.
••••Michael always turned the other cheek, and we have always turned the other cheek when people have gone after members of our family - that is the Jackson way. But we can't just stand by while this public lynching goes on, and the vulture tweeters and others who never met Michael go after him. Michael is not here to defend himself, otherwise these allegations would not have been made.
••••The creators of this film were not interested in the truth. They never interviewed a single solitary soul who knew Michael except the two perjurers and their families.  That is not journalism, and it's not fair, yet the media are perpetuating these stories.  
••••But the truth is on our side.   Go do your research about these opportunists.  The facts don't lie, people do. Michael Jackson was and always will be 100% innocent of these false allegations.
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SAG AWARDS Winners
The 25th Screen Actors Guild Awards honored the best film and television performances of the year

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cast in a motion picture: "Black Panther"
female actor in a leading role: Glenn Close, "The Wife"
male actor in a leading role: Rami Malek, "Bohemian Rhapsody"
female actor in a supporting role: Emily Blunt, "A Quiet Place"
male actor in a supporting role: Mahershala Ali, "Green Book"
stunt ensemble in a motion picture: "Black Panther"
female actor in a miniseries or television movie: Patricia Arquette, "Escape at Dannemora"
male actor in a miniseries or television movie: Darren Criss,
"The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story"

actor in a drama series: Sandra Oh, "Killing Eve"
male actor in a drama series: Jason Bateman, "Ozark"
female actor in a comedy series: Rachel Brosnahan, "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel"
male actor in a comedy series: Tony Shalhoub, "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel"
an ensemble in a drama series: "This Is Us"
an ensemble in a comedy series: "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel"
a stunt ensemble in a television series: "Glow"

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107- Academy Award nominated actress Terry Moore celebrates her 90th Birthday.
HOLLYWOOD, CA (January 7, 2019) - Oscar-nominated (Come Back, Little Sheba) actress Terry Moore, who stars in the upcoming Rudolph Valentino film Silent Life, celebrated her 90th birthday, January 7, making her one of the oldest female actors in a leading role in a Hollywood production. Moore signed on to star in Silent Life as the mysterious Lady in Black, as announced last year by writer/director/star of the film, Vlad Kozlov, who produced the film under his Dreamer Pictures banner.
•••• "I've had so much fun working on 'Silent Life' every day, and being on set, still doing what I love at 90.  It has been wonderful!" said Moore.
•••• The milestone birthday was celebrated with several events over the past few weeks, leading up to today, when Moore will celebrate with close friends and family at her son's home in Beverly Hills.
•••• "The character of 'The Lady in Black,' who visits Valentino's grave each year with a single red rose, the symbol of unspoken love, is dressed in all black not only because she is mourning the death of Rudolph Valentino, but she is mourning the whole classic Hollywood bygone era. No one could have done it better than Terry. She is one of the very last surviving icons of the Golden Age Hollywood," said Kozlov.
•••• Silent Life is a period piece shot in historic Hollywood locations and features Isabella Rossellini, Sherilyn Fenn, Paul Rodriguez and Franco Nero. The film tells the story of Rudolph Valentino, the first Hollywood superstar and male sex symbol, as he ponders the most important philosophical questions of human existence from his deathbed. After Valentino's unexpected death in 1926, a mysterious Lady in Black continued to visit his grave on every anniversary of his death with a single red rose, the symbol of love, hiding her own secrets under a black veil.

Terry Moore as "Lady in Black" ("SILENT LIFE")
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About Terry Moore
Terry Moore, born in 1929, was the leading lady in the Mighty Joe Young (1949) during the Golden Age of Hollywood. Terry knew Elvis, was best friends with Marilyn Monroe, dated James Dean, and starred in dozens of films in the 1950s, in addition to her many television roles, including 3 episodes of Batman with Adam West. In 1984, she made news as Howard Hughes' widow, posing for Playboy when she was in her 50s. Ms. Moore's most notable performance was in 1952's Come Back, Little Sheba for which she received an Oscar nomination as Best Supporting Actress.
••••Born Helen Luella Koford in Los Angeles, California, Terry Moore worked as a child model before she made her film debut at age 11 in 20th Century-Fox's Maryland (1940). Throughout the 1940s she worked under a variety of names (her own, Judy Ford and January Ford) before settling on Terry Moore in 1948. Placed under contract by Columbia Pictures, Moore was loaned out to RKO for one of her most famous films, Mighty Joe Young (1949).
••••In 1953 she received an Academy Award nomination for her performance in Paramount's Come Back, Little Sheba (1952). In the 1970s she was in the news more than she was in films, asserting that she was the secret wife of the late billionaire Howard Hughes. She has starred in 77 feature films and listed among her leading men are such Hollywood legends including Burt Lancaster, John Wayne, Cary Grant, Tyrone Power, Glenn Ford, Mickey Rooney and Robert Wagner. 
••••Since she was a pilot herself, Terry played a major role in preparing Leonardo DiCaprio for his portrayal of Howard Hughes in The Aviator (2004). She is a skilled pilot and was the third woman in the world to check out in a jet.
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An Ex-Columnist Shows His Class
Looking back as dean of motion picture reporting was honored, July 1971
John Wayne was on hand at the Marquis Restaurant on the Sunset Strip, to help launch the Harrison Carroll Cinema Reporting Prize Foundation of which he's chairman. "I'e never known him to double-cross anyone on either side of the camera said Wayne of the former columnist. "I'm really happy to be here to help honor this wonderful guy." Prizes totaling $10,000 annually for showbiz reporting is plotted by the foundation announced president Brayden Linden, and Troy Cory, coordinator and board member. Vice president Gerd Oswald (the Longest Day) also on hand, "Terry Moore (Bunny O'Hare), among Carroll's longtime pal -- as ARMY ARCHERD mentioned in his column "Just forVariety."

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For more than forty years Harrison Carol and his column in the Herald-Express then the Herald-Examiner was a fixture in Hollywood. Press agents, stars, men-about-town, starlets and hangers on couldn't do enough for Harrison. He was wined, dined and catered to. It was all part of the job for an entertainment columnist in Los Angeles in the halcyon days of the business, and then the transitional movies-to-television era. Harrison took it in his stride, never abused it and naturally, enjoyed it. He always paid his dues in return.
•••• Unless they deserved it, Harrison never wrote a harsh word about anyone in a career-destroying style. He was always available to listen to anyone who needed their name in print n order to help them and move them one rung closer to the top of the ladder. Unlike many of his ilk, Harrison always checked out a controversial story and listed to both sides before he put it in print. He never took anyone's word for it. There were (and still are) many people in this town who try to "plant" phony stories to further their own career or hurt someone else's. It's part for the course in this business. Someone is always standing behind you with a hatchet up their sleeve.
•••• Since Harrison retired from the Herald he has become almost a forgotten man in this town. A telephone which used to ring every two or three minutes, now rings every two or three days. He is no longer wined and dined, except, occasionally, a press agent who never forgets an old friend. Unfortunately, far too many of them have forgotten Harrison Carroll.
•••• In his own way, Harrison has not forgotten them entirely; rather his former colleagues in the industry. At the Martoni-Marquis, Harrison Carroll announced that he was endowing a permanent Cinema Reporting Prize Foundation for entertainment columnists throughout the country. To fund the Endowment, Harrison has pledged as collateral his memoirs, his fantastic photograph collection and his other memorabilia....a The Harrison Carroll Cinema Reporting Prize has been formed for the purpose of providing journalism scholarships and awarding prizes to outstanding motion picture writers and columnists was announced at the star-studded banquet. The prizes of $5,000, $3,000, and $2,000 will be awarded hopefully on a national telecast -- to the best entertainment columnists as voted by stars and executives in the entertainment business.
•••• Other well-known celebrities on the Board of Governors are Stephen Crane, Glenn Ford, Anthony Quinn and Elke Sommer, to name a few.
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Golden Globe Award Winners

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FILM

Best Motion Picture -- drama: "Bohemian Rhapsodyr"
Best Motion Picture -- musical or comedy: "Green Bookr"
Actor in a motion picture -- musical or comedy: Christian Bale, "Vice"
Actress in a motion picture -- drama: Glenn Close, "The Wife"
Best supporting actor in a motion picture: Mahershala Ali, "Green Book"
Best supporting actress in a motion picture: Regina King, "If Beale Street Could Talk"
Best original song: "Shallow," performed by Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper in "A Star Is Born." The song was written by Gaga, Mark Ronson, Anthony Rossomando and Andrew Wyatt.
Best director: Alfonso Cuaron, "Roma"
Best original score: Justin Hurwitz, "First Man"
Best screenplay: "Green Book" (Brian Hayes Currie, Peter Farrelly and Nick Vallelonga)
Best animated feature film: "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse"
Best foreign-language film: "Roma" (Mexico)

TELEVISION

Best television series -- drama: "The Americans"
Best television series -- musical or comedy: "The Kominsky Method"
Best Actress in a televion series, musical ror comedy: Rachel Brosnahan, "The Marvelus Mrs. Maisel"
Best actor in televsion series,drama: Richard Madden, "Bodyguard"
Best actress in a television series -- drama: Sandra Oh, "Killing Eve"

Best actor in a television series -- musical or comedy: Michael Douglas, "The Kominsky Method"

Best miniseries or television film: "The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story"
Best actor in a miniseries or television film: Darren Criss, "The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story"
Best actress in a miniseries or television film: Patricia Arquette, "Escape At Dannemora"
Best supporting actor in a series, miniseries or television film: Ben Whishaw, "A Very English Scandal"
Best supporting actress in a series, miniseries or television film: Patricia Clarkson, "Sharp Objects"

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Cars, The Internet of Things, and more at the International Consumers Electronics Show (CES,) Jan. 8-11, Las Vegas
"Things that didn't Internet before are now Internetting."
As CES ballooned into an overwhelming crush of products, in recent years, longtime attendees griped about too much stuff and not enough substance.
•• There was less emphasis on the typical CES electronics like televisions, tablets and smartphones, and more attention paid to industry-changing innovations such as connected, electric and driverless cars; the Internet of Things; drones; virtual reality and gaming; and entertainment tech. To reflect that shift, the Consumer Electronics Assn., which produces CES, ind 2016 changed its name to the Consumer Technology Assn. -- a symbolic move.
•••• With automakers heavy presence at CES, in recent years it has become almost as much of a car show as a consumer electronics one. Although cars weren't historically part of the CES lineup, the auto industry's participation "is an absolute natural fit" as cars have become important platforms to house technology.

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•••• Another big trend at CESjudging by all the connected gadgets and appliances is about to strip you of much of your privacy, what's called the Internet of Things
•••• For items such as appliances and accessories, everything continues to get smarter. The fridge can tell you that you're out of milk; your bed knows how many times you tossed and how many times you turned; your blender can weigh your smoothies; and your shower can scold you for being a water hog.
•••• You have a steady stream of data about your personal behavior that can be combined with other information to provide marketers, insurers and others with extremely intimate portraits of the life you lead when you think no one's watching.

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made all the more troubling by the fact that there's very little regulation overseeing this fast-growing corner of cyberspace.
•••• "There's definitely a creepiness factor," said Gilad Rosner, founder of the Internet of Things Privacy Forum, a London think tank. "Things that didn't Internet before are now Internetting."
•••• He gave the example of someone having a so-called smart scale in their bathroom. On the plus side, it could transmit data to a smartphone app that enables you to track your weight over various lengths of time and show which foods are having the biggest impact.
•••• "But you might not know where else the information is going," A hacker could slip in through a poorly protected smart appliance and gain access to your entire home network.
•••• They could turn on all cameras and microphones in all your devices and see and hear everything you do, or shut down your entire network.
•••• There is great need for federal authorities to create rules for business' use of customer data. Rapid advances in connected devices underline the importance of privacy safeguards.
•••• It is stimated that 6.4 billion connected gadgets will be in use worldwide by the end of this year, rising to almost 21 billion by 2020. Roughly 5.5 million devices are hooked up to the Internet of Things every day.

Susan Etlinger, an analyst with San Francisco tech-research firm Altimeter Group, predicted that control of smart-device data will be the focus of aggressive industry lobbying in years ahead.

CES, represents the $211 billion U.S. consumer electronics industry.
The International CES is the world's gathering place for all who thrive on the business of consumer technologies. It has served as the proving ground for innovators and breakthrough technologies for more than 40 years&emdash;the global stage where next-generation innovations are introduced to the marketplace. As the largest hands-on event of its kind, CES features all aspects of the industry. And because it is owned and produced by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), the technology trade association representing the $211 billion U.S. consumer electronics industry, it attracts the world's business leaders and pioneering thinkers to a forum where the industry's most relevant issues are addressed.
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•••• Since 1890, the Tournament of Roses has produced America's New Year Celebration, bringing the traditions of the Rose Parade and Rose Bowl Game to Pasadena and the world for nearly 130 years.
•••• The Ohio State Buckeyes, champions of the Big Ten Conference, and the Washington Huskies, champions of the Pac-12 Conference, will play in the 105th Rose Bowl Game presented by Northwestern Mutual at 1 p.m. PT/4 p.m. ET, on January 1, 2019, at the Rose Bowl Stadium.
GARY Rose Bowl150w.jpg•••• This year's Rose Bowl Game will be the 12th meeting between the Ohio State Buckeyes and the Washington Huskies, but will be the first occurrence in The Granddaddy of Them All.
•••• No. 9 Washington is headed back to the Rose Bowl for the first time since a 34-24 victory over Purdue on Jan. 1, 2001.
•••• No. 5 Ohio State is headed back to the Rose Bowl for the first time since a 26-17 victory over Oregon on Jan. 1, 2010.
•••• The Washington-Ohio State game will mark the first time in five years that the Rose Bowl has featured the Pac-12 and Big Ten champions. The last time that happened was after the 2013 season, when Michigan State defeated Stanford, 24-20.
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•••• Washington and Ohio State are each making their 15th appearance in the Rose Bowl. USC (with 34) and Michigan (20) are the only two programs that have been to the Rose Bowl more.
The Huskies are 7-6-1 in the Rose Bowl Game. The Buckeyes are 7-7.
•••• This will be the first postseason matchup between UW and Ohio State.
Pre-game festivities on January 1, will begin at 1 p.m. PT (4 p.m. ET). The game will be televised nationally on ESPN.
Additional tickets for the Rose Bowl Game will go on sale on Tuesday, December 4, at 9 a.m. PT online via www.ticketmaster.com or by calling Ticketmaster at 1-800-653-8000.
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• • It was there Cory met Jiang Zemin, then mayor of Shanghai, and who later became the 5th President of the People's Republic of China.The '88 Shanghai Concert was the beginnings of Troy's concert tours in China for the next two decades. The concerts, just to name a few, included the following cities: Shanghai, Beijing, Anshan, Harbin, Fuzhou and and Tsingtao (Qingdao)

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•••Troy Cory was among the first international entertainers and the first American entertainer to perform in the People's Republic of China, beginning in 1988. In itself a notable culture-historical feat, in view of China's closed door policies of the late 70s and well into the 80s. The PRC's administrative climate in comparison is much less restrictive now and China's open door policy enables many entertainers to introduce themselves to the populace Chinese audiences.
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•••• Following AutoMobility LA, the 2018 LA Auto Show will open its doors to the public Nov. 30 &endash; Dec. 9.
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••••German luxury automaker Audi has confirmed that the e-tron GT concept 4-door electric performance coupe will make its global premiere at AutoMobility LA for media and industry professionals. Mitsubishi's newest concept is also set to make its North American debut at the show.
••••This year, 57% of AutoMobility LA's debut vehicles span across several segments within the luxury class; these include Volvo's latest luxury sedan, the all-new S60, which will make its auto show debut alongside the all-new V60 Cross Country wagon. The Swedish automaker has also confirmed that its global CEO is slated to make significant announcements about the company's progressive approach to transportation from its all-new display at AutoMobility LA.
••••The Polaris Slingshot three-wheeled roadster will also have its 2019 lineup of models make their auto show debut at AutoMobility LA, including the S, SL, SLR, and new Grand Touring.
••••"Cars are designed, purchased, tuned, customized and enjoyed year-round here in Los Angeles," said Terri Toennies, Executive Vice President and General Manager of AutoMobility LA and the Los Angeles Auto Show. "In a city that's known for its car culture and overall passion for cars, there is no better place to debut vehicles, reach influencers and engage with the masses than AutoMobility LA and the LA Auto Show.
About the Los Angeles Auto Show and AutoMobility LA
Founded in 1907, the Los Angeles Auto Show (LA Auto Show®) is the first major North American auto show of the season each year.  In 2016, the show's Press & Trade Days merged with the Connected Car Expo (CCE) to become AutoMobility LA™, the industry's first trade show converging the technology and automotive sectors to launch new products and technologies and to discuss the most pressing issues surrounding the future of transportation and mobility.
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