The High School Teachers’ Association (APSE) called for a national strike on Friday and from 11 am teachers will meet in La Hispanidad roundabout, East of San José, to march to Casa Presidencial where they expect to deliver a list of demands to President Laura Chinchilla.APSE president Beatriz Ferreto said the goal is to mark the international day of women and also “criticize labor policies and changes the government intends to apply in salary bonuses and incentives.”The government through a press release sent from the Labor Ministry dismissed the strike call and said they have been open to dialogue with union groups. “We do not understand how it is that unions’ representatives are calling for a strike Friday, when they formally confirmed that on Thursday they will be presenting a proposal to improve salary policies, and now they call for a strike without even sitting at the table to discuss the document,” said Labor Minister, Olman Segura Bonilla in the statement.Ferreto even asked parents not to send their children to schools, as “all the country’s teachers will join the protest.” However other teachers’ unions as the National Association of Educators and the Costa Rican Education Union have not yet confirmed whether they will participate in the march.The purported draft bill would cut extra salary incentives that are exclusive to educators, including higher severance pay than most public workers, annuities, extra pay for work outside of the classroom (grading homework at home, for example), and “exclusivity” pay, which is a salary bonus so that teachers don’t take a second job. Facebook Comments No related posts.
Facebook Comments Related posts:The ‘Fifth Beatle’ Andy White dies at 85 Michael Jackson fans: 20 unfinished tracks are stored on sound engineer’s computer Santana and Neil Young aren’t coming. Untangling the great, Deadhead acid test mess Reggae royalty with a new rhythm: Ky-mani Marley NEW YORK – Half a century later, the famous rivalry between The Beatles and The Rolling Stones may not be over.Stones guitarist Keith Richards in a new interview has denounced “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band,” the 1967 album by The Beatles famed for its experimentation.Richards told Esquire magazine that the Fab Four “sounded great” when they stayed true to their original sound but “got carried away.”“Why not? If you’re The Beatles in the ’60s, you just get carried away — you forget what it is you wanted to do,” he said.He said of “Sgt. Pepper”: “Some people think it’s a genius album, but I think it’s a mishmash of rubbish, kind of like ‘Satanic Majesties.’”He was referring to “Their Satanic Majesties Request,” the Stones’ psychedelic album that came out in 1967 shortly after “Sgt. Pepper” and which Richards has previously described as the Stones’ work of which he is least proud.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9aU0si_ernM&list=PLAwDi6KYdZqREMhQkVgVYdp8FXCNzfCHrThe Beatles recorded “Sgt. Pepper” after retiring from touring and the album has often been seen as a historic moment in turning pop albums into broader artistic concepts.Moving away from The Beatles’ pop roots, “Sgt. Pepper” takes influences from a range of genres including Indian classical music after guitarist George Harrison traveled to India and became enthralled by Hindu philosophy.Richards next month is releasing “Crosseyed Heart,” his first solo album in 23 years.The Beatles and The Rolling Stones were global superstars in the 1960s, inevitably leading to talk of a rivalry between the well-mannered Fab Four and the grittier Stones.Some music historians, however, believe that the supposed rift was more the result of marketing and press scrutiny rather than any deep-seated animosity between the artists.Watch The Beatles describe their work in this “Making of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” video:
State Rep. Lynn Afendoulis — chair of the House Tax Policy Committee – today led her committee colleagues voting to repeal Michigan’s pension tax.The committee’s advancement of the proposal is an important step in the effort to eliminate the tax on retirement income instituted in 2011.“In every Michigan community, seniors facing financial struggles have an even tougher time because of an unexpected tax costing them more money in retirement,” said Afendoulis, of Grand Rapids Township. “The pension tax was started at a time when Michigan’s economy was struggling. The state budget was subsequently balanced, to some extent, at the expense of those who can least afford it. Now we are in better times, and we have an opportunity to look at this again and do what’s right for retirees.”The committee’s vote advances the bill – one of the first introduced in the 2019-20 session – to the House Ways and Means Committee for further consideration.House Bill 4006 would eliminate the pension tax approved in 2011, re-establishing Michigan’s previous retirement tax structure. Public pensions would be exempt from taxation and other retirement income would have higher deductibles for state income taxes. Social Security income would continue to be exempt.The proposal also would eliminate Michigan’s current, complex three-tiered retirement tax structure – which now has different rules for taxpayers depending on what year they were born.“I want this committee to be focused on good tax policy – and this is good tax policy,” Afendoulis said.### Categories: Lynn Afendoulis News,News 28Feb Rep. Afendoulis leads pension tax repeal in Michigan House committee
Share2TweetShareEmail2 Shares January 7, 2016; Taxpayer Advocate ServiceThe Taxpayer Advocate Service, an independent office within the Internal Revenue Service, issues an annual report to Congress about what it sees as the key issues facing the IRS. The 2016 report includes a stinging indictment of the IRS’s “absurd” handling of applications for tax exemption, especially the recently introduced 1023-EZ “short form” designed for use by small new charities.The form 1023-EZ was designed to assist the IRS and charities in clearing up a backlog of applications for tax exemption that, by 2013, had reached 66,000. Charities were waiting months or years for determinations from the IRS, with “applications requiring review” taking 18 months or more to be assigned to a reviewer. (It’s noteworthy that an applicant for tax-exemption as a charity has the right to sue the IRS if their application hasn’t been acted on within 270 days.)As NPQ reported in 2014, the key feature of the 1023-EZ is reliance on assurances from applicants rather than submitting actual documents like articles of incorporation and by-laws. Concerns raised by critics of the form and its implementation were apparently justified in their concerns that the streamlined process would lead to unqualified applicants being recognized and that the 1023-EZ could cause more work after the fact for both the IRS and state charity regulators.According to the IRS’s own research, it approved 1023-EZ applications only 77 percent of the time when it actually requested documents or basic information from applicants, as opposed to a 99 percent approval rate when relying only on assurances and attestations on the form. The IRS estimates that 20 percent of applicants using Form 1023-EZ fail the “organizational test,” meaning that their organizations don’t qualify as charities. A separate study of organizations already approved as tax-exempt charities showed that 37 percent did not meet the organizational test. Many of these charities could be brought into compliance by simple measures such as having the IRS review their governing documents and advise on issues such as a better statement of their exempt (charitable) purpose.In a biting comment for a public government document, the report says the “IRS intends to audit its way out of the potential noncompliance it helped create.” Audits have increased ninefold from 2014 to 2015, placing a burden on IRS staff and charities alike. An IRS audit is a very stressful way to clear up paperwork problems for small new charities.Where the Taxpayer Advocate Service comes up short is in its recommendations. It recommends requiring 1023-EZ applicants to submit governing documents and identify past and estimated future financial activities rather than simply checking boxes on the form. However, it’s unclear how these changes will still result in a streamlined process and avoid a return to application backlogs. It also sounds a lot like the requirements of the Form 1023—requirements that the 1023-EZ was supposed to alleviate. If a revised 1023-EZ ends up looking like the current Form 1023, it will also be hard to justify maintaining the lower application fee currently available to 1023-EZ filers.—Michael WylandShare2TweetShareEmail2 Shares
A+E Networks UK has appointed former Discovery executive Christian Høyer to the newly created role of regional director, Nordic distribution.Høyer will be responsible for leading the company’s affiliate distribution in Norway, Denmark, Sweden and Finland for A+E Networks UK’s portfolio of channels including History, Crime & Investigation Network, Lifetime, Bio, and H2.He will report to VP of commercial operations, Bakori Davis and takes up his role immediately.Previously Høyer was Nordic sales director of distribution for Discovery Networks Nordic, responsible for sales strategy throughout Scandinavia, prior to which he worked as director of distribution and marketing for SBS.A+E Networks UK has channels available in 76 across the UK, Scandinavia, Benelux, central and eastern Europe, Sub-Saharan Africa and the Middle East.
Thinkbox, the marketing body for commercial television in the UK, has promoted managing director Lindsey Clay to CEO, with current chief executive Tess Alps to step back into a non-executive chairman role. The changes come into effect from January 1, 2014, with Jeremy Tester, director of brand strategy at Sky Media, to also come in as the new chair of the Thinkbox board, taking over from Julia Jordan, UKTV’s executive director, business and operations.The chairman of the board role is held for a year before being passing to another Thinkbox shareholder director.Alps, who has led Thinkbox since 2006 and also became executive chairman last year, will work with the organisation two days a week in her new non-exec position.Clay first joined Thinkbox in 2007 as marketing director, and was upped to managing director in 2011.“Let there be no doubt; Lindsey is now in charge of Thinkbox. She has been by my side leading the organisation since 2007, and all that we have achieved has been with her vital input. I couldn’t wish for anyone more brilliant to hand the precious reins over to and I’m thrilled that the shareholders agree. However, I shall still be involved and my devotion to getting TV a fair hearing will never diminish,” said Alps.
Modern Times Group (MTG) has appointed Liberty Global executive Rotem Hakim as its director of business development for pay TV emerging markets.Hakim will take the role in MTG-owned Viasat Broadcasting’s pay TV emerging markets team as of May 26.He joins from Liberty Global, where he has worked for 10 years, most recently as programming director working with VoD and linear pay-TV channels, as well as gaming and music.Within Liberty, Hakim also previously worked as head of business development for Chello On Demand, part of the firm’s former content division Chellomedia. Prior to Liberty Global, he worked at the tech companies Emblaze Systems and IBM and the telecoms company Barak I.T.C.“Rotem is a top performer with a unique understanding of how content and technology can complement one another, gained in a 20 year long career in the media, technology and IT industries. His extensive commercial and technical expertise in all aspects of digital content services – across TV, web and mobile – make him the ideal person to grow our pay TV business further,” said Aleks Habdank, chief operating officer, pay TV emerging markets, MTG.
Telefónica’s rivals in the Spanish market are continuing to pile pressure on the country’s competition regulator to impose strict conditions on the telco if it is to go ahead and approve its acquisition of pay TV provider Canal+. Orange has reportedly asked the regulator, the CNMC, to guarantee that all rival operators will be able to take a wholesale offer of TV channels at regulated prices. Orange has also asked the regulator to extend the obligations imposed on Telefónica to open its fibre network to rival players.Orange head of regulatory affairs Julio Gomez told Spanish press that Orange was not against Telefónica buying TV rights in principle but that consumers should not be tied to the operator’s mobile and broadband offerings if they want to view its premium content. Orange has therefore asked the regulator to regulate the wholesale prices that Telefónica’s charges to ensure that they remain lower than the retail price that it charges to subscribers.Orange’s intervention comes amid reports that Telefónica could abandon its acquisition if it considers the CNMC’s conditions to be too restrictive.Separately, the EC yesterday rejected a request by the CNMC to review Orange’s own proposed acquisition of Spanish alternative telco Jazztel, arguing that it was better qualified to rule on the case.Orange originally referred the case to the EC last year, and the Commission opened an in-depth investigation in December.“The European Commission has decided not to refer the planned acquisition of Jazztel p.l.c. by Orange S.A. to the Spanish competition authority for assessment under Spanish competition law. The Commission concluded that it was better placed to deal with the case with a view to ensuring consistency in the application of the merger control rules in the fixed and mobile telecommunications sectors across the European Economic Area (EEA),” the EC said in a statement yesterday.The Commission now has until April 30 to rule on the deal.
RTL Deutschland-owned news channel n-tv has tapped 3 Screen Solutions to develop a new HbbTV-compliant TV app.The broadcasters has chosen multiscreen technology specialist 3-Screen Solutions to provide an end-to-end app for the broadcaster that can be used on multiple consumer devices.“3 Screen Solutions has a deep understanding of what makes a great viewer experience across multiple screens, and how to make it all happen seamlessly. We were impressed by their innovative ideas and collaborative approach, and so we’re looking forward to sharing the new n-tv app with our valued audience,” said Eva Messerschmidt, head of new media at n-tv.“We are really excited that n-tv has selected us to develop this important new app, and we’re eager to help provide a more powerful user experience to the n-tv audience. We look forward to working closely with the n-tv team and laying the groundwork for what we hope will be a strong and enduring relationship,” he added,” said Kai-Christian Borchers, 3 Screen Solutions Managing Director.
Pay TV operator Sky’s Sky News service has launched its first virtual reality news report.The report, on the migrant crisis in Europe, will take “viewers to the front line of Europe’s migration crisis in Greece enabling them to see for themselves what is happening there”, according to Sky News.The report, Migrants Crisis – The Whole Picture, has been made in collaboration with Jaunt, the virtual reality company in which Sky is an investor along with Disney and ProSiebenSat.1.The report was filmed with the Jaunt ONE VR camera, and the report was shot by Sky News correspondent Alistair Bunkall, alongside Sky News cameraman Adam Murch and Kenny Voelker from Jaunt.Sky made an additional US$900,000 (€850,000) investment in Jaunt in September, as part of a Disney-led US$65 million funding round. Sky said at the time that it would work with Jaunt to film more original virtual reality content, having tested the technology with earlier Sky original productions including Critical, Penny Dreadful, Trollied, Fortitude and Got to Dance, as well as sports including boxing and motor racing.John McAndrew, director of news output, Sky News, said: “This new technology has enhanced our story telling, giving our viewers a deeper and richer visual experience. For the first time we can take viewers to the scene of a news story in a way that is more immersive than ever. The report gives viewers a unique perspective on the migration crisis. By taking them inside the tents where people are living and seeing what it’s like to stand on a crowded beach with possessions scattered along the shoreline, you get a new understanding of what is happening.”Alistair Bunkall, specialist correspondent, Sky News said: “The new camera allowed us to record 360 degree views. The technology means we can challenge the conventions of traditional television news reporting by showing viewers the whole picture, enabling them to see and hear it all for themselves. We can now bring the viewer with us, into the heart of the story, to see what we’re seeing, in places where they would not usually be able to go.”
Rona FairheadThe BBC’s governing body has called for a “proper process” for setting the BBC’s funding to be included for the first time in the new BBC Charter.The BBC Trust said that to protect the BBC’s independence the public should have “a formal say” in setting the BBC’s funding in the future, and that the process should be “fairer, more transparent, and more accountable.”“The public strongly supports the independence of the BBC. As the BBC’s funding is an important part of that independence, funding decisions need to be made on a fair and transparent basis,” said BBC Trust chairman, Rona Fairhead.“In future we want the process to be put on a much more formal footing, including involving the public in decision-making and building these requirements into the charter. We will be urging the Government to include these changes in the coming months.”The Trust said that one of its key responsibilities is to protect the BBC’s independence – which includes editorial, creative, strategic, operational, as well as financial autonomy.“Over the current charter period there has been a mounting concern about the BBC’s financial independence. Indeed, many would argue that financial independence is a primary underpinning for the independence of the BBC,” said the Trust.Last year it was widely understood that the BBC licence would increase in line with inflation as part of a July agreement with the UK government, in which the BBC agreed to foot a £600 million bill to pay for free licence fees for people aged over-75.However, in October culture secretary John Whittingdale threw that apparent resolution into doubt, commenting that the future of the licence fee remains “an open question”. He said: “What happened in July was not the licence fee settlement. We’ve made it quite clear that the decision as to the future level of the licence fee is connected with charter review, where we are having a full public consultation in which everybody is invited to express a view.”
NBCUniversal International’s reality TV SVOD service, Hayu, has launched on the EE platform in the UK. Hayu for EE TV is available now for new and existing customers, and the launch forms part of a wider expansion plan for the subscription video-on-demand service.Speaking at the OTTtv World Summit in London last week, Hendrik McDermott, senior vice-president – branded on-demand, Hayu at NBCUniversal, said that the subscription service will also roll out as an app for Apple TV “in the coming weeks” following its recent release on Amazon’s rival Fire TV devices.Offline mobile viewing will be added later this quarter, while work on HTML5 apps is also underway. Hayu will also launch physical gift cards in high street shops in December.The Hayu app offers a catalogue of some 4,000 episodes of reality television – including shows like Keeping Up with The Kardashians, Made in Chelsea and The Real Housewives – with some 700 to 750 new episodes being added per-year.The EE rollout expands Hayu’s operator footprint, with the service already available via Virgin Media’s TiVo platform in the UK and through Foxtel in Australia.NBCU launched Hayu in March in the UK, Ireland and Australia priced at £3.99 per month in the UK, €4.99 in Ireland and A$5.99 in Australia.
Gerry O’SullivanSatellite operator Eutelsat has named former Sky and Deutsche Telekom executive Gerry O’Sullivan as EVP, global TV and video.O’Sullivan will be tasked with driving Eutelsat’s product development strategy. Video still accounts for 65% of Eutelsat’s business.O’Sullivan held senior roles including director of strategic product management at Sky from 2000 to 2010, where he was esponsible for innovations that include the launch of Sky+ HD and video-on-demand services.From 2011 to 2013 he was SVP, global TV and entertainment at Deutsche Telekom to develop its global media business. Most recently, at Digicel Group, he devised strategies on cloud-based multi-screen consumer propositions and steered the launch of IPTV across the Caribbean.Michel Azibert, Eutelsat’s chief commercial and development officer, said: “We’re delighted to welcome Gerry to Eutelsat. His impressive combination of relevant experience will fuel our commitment to enhancing our customer value proposition and to pursuing the most innovative video roadmap in our industry.”
Twenty-first Century Fox (21CF) has named Lachlan Murdoch (pictured) as the executive chairman and chief executive officer for the proposed ‘New Fox’, which will be established as Disney purchases Fox assets in the coming year.Lachlan MurdochThe new structure will also see Rupert Murdoch serving as co-chairman and John Nallen, 21CF’s chief financial officer, taking a broader role as New Fox’s chief operating officer.In his new role role, Lachlan Murdoch works directly with the company’s senior management and board of directors in developing global strategies and setting the overall corporate vision. He has served as executive chairman of 21CF since 2015.‘New Fox’ will be home to branded properties such as Fox News Channel, Fox Business Network, Fox Boradcasting Company, Fox Sports, Fox Televisions Stations Group and sports cable networks FS1, FS2, Fox Deportes and Big Ten Network.The new entity will be formed after shareholder and regulatory approval of the proposed transaction between 21CF and Disney.“We have worked through the winter ‘standing up’ a reimagined independent Fox. The strengths of the new company, a leader in News, Sports and Entertainment, present truly unique opportunities,” said Lachlan Murdoch.“I am also personally very pleased that John has agreed to take on the role of chief operating officer, and together we look forward to making further announcements as to the management and structure of this new Fox as we get closer to closing our proposed transaction with Disney.”
Liberty Global-backed Belgian cable operator Telenet has acquired the local cable network of the Brussels municipality of Etterbeek.Telenet has offered TV, internet and fixed telephony services over the Etterbeek network since 1997 through a contract with the municipality. The latter decided to sell the network on expiration of this contract at the end of 2018, leading Telenet to take the decision to acquire it.The operator said its ownership of the Etterbeek network would give more end-to-end control over its current and future quality, as is the case in other municipalities in Brussels where it is already present.Telenet, which principally operates in the Flemish part of Belgium, said that the acquisition meant it is now the owner of all cable infrastructure over which it provides services in the Belgian capital.The operator also provides services in the Brussels municipalities of Ganshoren, Koekelberg, Jette, Schaerbeek, Berchem-Sainte-Agathe and Forest. Through the acquisition of the SFR/Numericable network in 2017, it additionally operates in Saint-Josse-ten-Noode, City of Brussels, Watermael-Boitsfort, Woluwe-Saint-Lambert, Anderlecht and Molenbeek-Saint-Jean.
Loyalty CardsGet yours today ShareTweet FREE POPCORN AT ECLIPSE CINEMAS LIFFORD STRABANE Kids Club Sat & SunTickets €1.80 ECLIPSE Cinemas Lifford Strabane have decided to give away a FREE popcorn with any ticket booked online on Thursday 26th or Friday 27th January 2017.Click on this link to book online and avail of the Free Popcorn offer. Book your tickets for Sing, 50 Shades Darker and Lego Batman Movie today!Also this week at Eclipse Cinemas Lifford/Strabane:There will be an Autism friendly showing of Sing on Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th January at 3pm. Fifty Shades DarkerFifty Shades Darker comes to the big screen on February 10th 2017.Tickets On Sale – Book yours hereVisit www.eclipsecinemas.com for all showtimes, events and special offers.FREE POPCORN AT ECLIPSE CINEMAS LIFFORD STRABANE was last modified: January 26th, 2017 by John2John2 Tags:
“We don’t bite .ANOTHER DANGEROUS MOTORBIKE TAKEN OFF THE STREETS OF DERRY was last modified: January 13th, 2018 by John2John2 Tags: ShareTweet ANOTHER DANGEROUS MOTORBIKE TAKEN OFF THE STREETS OF DERRYDRUMLECK GARDENSPSNIshantallowst eithne’sSTRAND ROAD The motorbike seized in the early hours of this morning by police in DerryPOLICE are keen to speak to the owner of this bike who made off in a hurry last night from officers in Derry.He left so quickly that he left his pride and joy bike behind which is now under wraps at Strand Road PSNI station.PSNI Foyle say on their Facebook page: “Ballyarnett Npt on mobile patrol this morning (when you were snoring) observed a car and this big yoke acting suspiciously at the rear of Whites shop, Drumleck Gardens. “We pulled up to have a friendly chat but they didn’t appear to like the cut of our jib and swiftly left the area.“The big yoke left too swiftly and after a few hairy manoeuvres between Shantallow and St Eithnes Park it was located abandoned by its rude rider.“We would still like to speak with the rider of the seized bike.“Please feel free to come and speak with us at your earliest convenience.
The riders in all categories will use the 36km course laid out on a traditional ‘out and back’ format starting and finishing at Kernan’s Central in Newtowncunningham, County Donegal.The road race action begins on Saturday afternoon with the Women’s Elite race and the men’s junior events utilising the 20.29km circuit beginning and ending in heart of Derry.The race route starts in the city centre as cyclists make their way up Shipquay Street, down Ferryquay Street and Carlyle Road and over the Craigavon Bridge.The Waterside will take riders up Spencer Road before a climb up Chapel Road, down Church Brae into Drumahoe and out the Fincairn Road before going over the River Faughan.The Foyle Bridge will bring cyclists back to the city side before the home straight down the Culmore Road, up the Strand Road and finishing back on Shipquay Street where the champions of Ireland will be crowned.The full Road Race Course can be viewed at https://www.strava.com/routes/17307068 while the time trial course is at https://www.strava.com/routes/18603958 and you can follow the action and share your own experience of the event on social media using the hashtag #IreCyclingChamps19.Cream of Irish Cycling to converge on Derry this weekend was last modified: June 26th, 2019 by John2John2 Tags: MAYOR of Derry City and Strabane District Council, Councillor Michaela Boyle, has urged the public to come out and savour the elite of Irish cycling when the Cycling Ireland National Road Championships comes to the city for the first time this weekend.The three day festival is being hosted by Foyle Cycling Club and will attract the best of Irish racers from home and abroad for a series of solo time trials on Thursday June 27th followed by the road race action on Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th.Mayor Boyle will host a reception at the Guildhall on Sunday for everyone involved and she encouraged people to take advantage of the elite level sporting spectacle on their doorstep. “On behalf of Derry City and Strabane District Council I’d like to congratulate Foyle Cycling Club on securing the national championships for our Council area,” she said.“I would like to wish the club well as they welcome the cream of Irish cycling to the city and all those taking part a safe and injury free weekend.“The race route, which starts and ends on Shipquay Street and takes in both sides of the River Foyle, offers ample spectator opportunities so I would urge people to get involved by coming out to support the cyclists on the challenging and varied course.”The action gets under way on Thursday 27th June with the time trial, a solo race against the clock. County DonegalCream of Irish Cycling to converge on Derry this weekendDerry and Strabane CouncilFoyle Cycle ClubKernan’s CentralMayor Michaela BoyleNewtowncunningham ShareTweet
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