first_imgDeadline:  January 12, 2017Online Application Portal (OAP) re: Application SubmissionsPrior to commencing an application, your company’s corporate information must be registered. If this has not already been done, you should register as soon as possible by going to: you encounter problems setting up your company’s corporate information, you can email for assistance. This email address can also be used for any technical questions you have about the OAP.Guidelines and Title Template Forms For PublishersFrom Page to Screen Publisher Guidelines From Page to Screen Publisher Title TemplateGuidelines For Film, TV and Interactive Digital Media Companies:From Page to Screen Guidelines for Film, TV and Interactive Digital Media Companies EnquiriesJanet HawkinsProgram Consultant, Industry InitiativesPhone: 416-642-6698Email: jhawkins@omdc.on.caORBianca SpenceProgram Coordinator, Industry InitiativesPhone: 416-642-6652Email: programs2@omdc.on.caTo receive notification of upcoming deadlines and program updates, please email with your complete contact information, including your full name, company name and telephone number, as well as the name of the program that you are interested in. Advertisement This event has been created to promote the adaptation of Canadian fiction, non-fiction and children’s literature published by Ontario publishers to the big and small screens. It provides a forum for Ontario film and television producers to meet with publishers in scheduled, one-on-one meetings.NOTE: Full eligibility requirements and details can be found in OMDC From Page To Screen Guidelines. Please read the guidelines completely before beginning your application. OMDC reserves the right to revise Guidelines and Application Forms.When completing the application please note that there are 2 separate applications for From Page to Screen: one for publishers and one for film, television and interactive digital companies. Be sure to complete the appropriate application. Facebook Advertisement Login/Register With: Advertisement LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Twitterlast_img read more

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Watford release Dja Djedje

first_imgWatford Football Club have terminated the contract of Brice Dja Djedje after three years at the club.The Ivorian defender had his contract at Vicarage Road terminates after a poor spell at the club since he moved to England from France in 2015.Watford have officially announced that the club and former Lens defender Brice Dja Djedje have mutually terminated their contract.The Cote d’Ivoire international who completed a move to the Vicarage Road from Olympique Marseille in 2016 for €3.6m, made just two appearances in his unimpressive spell with the Hornets.Neymar, BrazilTop 5 Ligue 1 players to watch throughout next weekend Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 11, 2019 With the international activity cooling down for the next month, we go back to the Top 5 players to watch in Ligue 1 next…Dja Djedje who spent the entire 2017-18 season on loan at Lens returned to the club with a lot of optimism only to be informed he’s not a part of manager, Javi Gracia’s plans.“Watford confirm that following completion of the appropriate documentation today, it has been agreed to terminate the contract of defender Brice Dja Djedje by mutual consent,” the club announced on their website, as quoted by Goal.The 27-year-old will hope to settle in quickly with the Turkish elite division Ankaragucu when he gets to feature for them.last_img read more

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Recent Wilmington Real Estate Transactions

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — Below are the real estate transactions in Wilmington that occurred from May 7, 2019 to May 14, 2019:Address: 3 Rhode Island RoadPrice: $615,000Buyer: Damon & Yolanda KennedySeller: Susan AndellaDate: 5/14/19Use: 1-Family ResidenceLot Size: 17,000sfAddress: 9 Strout AvenuePrice: $780,000Buyer: Jonathan Slusarz & Steve NobleSeller: Frank Gerbick & V. Taliaferro-GerbickDate: 5/9/19Use: 1-Family ResidenceLot Size: 26,090sfLike Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedRecent Wilmington Real Estate TransactionsIn “Business”Recent Wilmington Real Estate TransactionsIn “Business”Recent Wilmington Real Estate TransactionsIn “Business”last_img read more

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These affordable audiophile inear headphones banish noise

first_img The Audiophiliac The Etymotic ER2 in-ear headphones  Etymotic Etymotic made a big splash in 1991 with its ER4 in-ear headphones, which brought professional audio monitoring into the mainstream.  The Etymotic ER4 headphone was my go-to in-ear for years, and in 2017 the line was refreshed with the ER4SR (Studio Reference) and ER4XR (Extended Response) at $349/£360 each.  This model was quickly followed by the ER3SE/XR ($179/£199), and it was the Audiophiliac affordable Headphone of the Year for 2018. Now in 2019 we have the ER2 in-ear, which also comes in two versions, the ER2SE (Studio Edition) and the ER2XR (Extended Response). The two models look the same, it’s just that the XR version has slightly more bass. Each one retails for $159 in the US and £169 in the UK. Both ER2SE/XR models use dynamic, not balanced, armature drivers featured in the ER3 and ER4 models. The ER2’s impedance is rated at 15 ohms, the 4 foot (1.2 meter) long cable is user replaceable. The ER2’s warranty is two years. Use the included foam or flanged silicone ear tips with the ER2 and you’ll bask in the quietude of 35 dB of noise isolation, that’s so much better than average. There’s one catch, to achieve the maximum noise hushing you’ll have to jam the tips deeper into your ear canals than most in-ear headphones’ tips. Some folks aren’t comfortable with the feeling, but I don’t mind. True, comfort isn’t stellar, but the ER2’s superior noise isolation on the New York City subway was excellent while listening with my iPhone 8. The ER2 doesn’t use batteries; its deep insertion tips hush noise with their airtight seal. Listening tests I listened to the ER2XR for a few weeks before I compared it with the other ER models. Bon Iver’s soaring vocals were set free by these headphones. The open quality and warmth of the sound balance tickled my audiophile ears; I was a happy camper. I wondered how this new Etymotic would compare with the ER3 and ER4. They all look nearly alike, but what about the sound? I listened to all three ERs with my iPhone 8 (with an Apple 3.5mm to Lightning adapter). The sound was fine, but I couldn’t resist upping the ante with the FiiO i1 Lightning to 3.5mm adapter/digital audio converter ($40 on Amazon) and noted a distinct improvement in the sound of all three Etymotic headphones. The Apple adapter sounded muffled by comparison. 51j2nfw-21l-sl1500The Astell & Kern Super Junior music player Astell & Kern I also listened to music with an old Astell & Kern JR portable music player, which provided much improved sound over the iPhone 8/FiiO i1 combination. The current Astell & Kern Super Junior sells for $220 on Amazon. The ER2XR and ER3XR sound nearly the same, the ER3XR was a bit clearer, but the ER4XR was a decisively more transparent and more open sounding headphone with the Gang of Four’s brilliant Solid Gold album. The spiky guitar riffs cut through the haze like a knife over the ‘4XR, but they were blunted by the ER2XR and ER3XR headphones. The ER3 sounds a little better, and the ER4 is still my favorite, but the Etymotic ER2 has its easy listening charms, and it hushes external noise like a champ.  Share your voice Tags 0 Post a comment Headphones Audiolast_img read more

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Uniontown Bar and Grill Brings Nightlife to Anacostia

first_imgWASHINGTON — It’s a frigid Friday night, and the entertainment centers of the city — Chinatown, U Street, Georgetown, H Street, Capitol Hill, Adams Morgan and Barracks Row — are flourishing with people crowded into bars and restaurants, eager to  warm their fingers and enjoy good food and interesting chatter.In the southeast neighborhood of Anacostia, however, the streets are dead. The only exception is a on the 2200 block of Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue.That is the home of Uniontown Bar and Grill, one of only two sit-down restaurants in the neighborhood.Anchoring the corner of King Avenue and W Street, Uniontown sits across for the neighborhood’s iconic Big Chair and the Big Chair Coffee and Grill, the only other sit-down restaurant. Like Uniontown, it also recently reopened after being closed.Uniontown is unassuming on the outside. The only indication that something is going on inside come from the few patrons standing outside have a smoke.Inside is a multi-aged crowd. People are buying drinks, chatting, laughing and dancing to deafening music as a disco ball shoots multicolored lights across the walls and floors.Now under new management following the conviction on drug charges of the previous owner, Uniontown has an authentic Washington feel.It offers themed drinks, like the Marion Barry, the Chuck Brown and the Ballou Knight, named after the mascot of nearby Ballou High School. On the second level patrons, listen and dance to  go-go, a form of music that which originated in Washington, and enjoy hookah.Tonight, Jackie Maddox and her daughter, Christine Montgomery collect entrance fee at the front door and give out wristbands for re-entry. They both frequent the bar throughout the week.“The people draw me here,” said Montgomery, a meeting planner who lives in the neighborhood. “It’s a family atmosphere.”Montgomery is  greeted by almost every customer with a hug and a promise to meet later. ,The restaurant opens everyday at 11 a.m. closes at midnight, with the except of Sundays when they open at 1 p.m. and Fridays and Saturdays when they stay open until 2:30 in the morning. Happy hour is Monday through Friday from four to eight, and each night is a new attraction— comedy nights on Wednesdays, motorcycle night on Mondays.“On the weekdays, it’s a mature crowd and everyone comes after work to unwind,” Maddox, 54, said. “They have karaoke and jazz here. It’s really nice atmosphere.”In 2012, the restaurant closed after being open for about a year after the owner pled guilty to selling cocaine.Aftermath, which plays R&B, Pop and Go Go, have been playing at Uniontown for three weeks.Female vocalist Tiny lives in Ward 8 and was coming to the bar well before her band started playing there.“It’s a decent bar,” she said.. “It’s in the community so you can get something to eat, watch the game. It’s a nice stop.”Dmaz, 39, is a native Californian, but he said feels completely immersed in the culture whenever he’s at Uniontown.“Pure and uncut” are how the Howard University graduate  describe Uniontown.“I’m not from D.C.,” lumukanda said.  “But I love a unique authentic experience and this is it. It doesn’t get more D.C. than this.”Ayenubizu Yimenu, the owner of The Big Chair Coffee N’ Grill across the street at 2122 King Ave. says that people come eat at her restaurant, then head over to Uniontown for dancing.The Big Chair Coffee N’ Grill was one of the first sit down restaurants in the neighborhood, and similar to Uniontown was shut down for a brief stint of time due to some legal issues.Since it first opened in 2010, Yimenu has had trouble getting an entertainment license so she can get a DJ as well but she isn’t fretting over lost business.“People still come in here,” she said. “They like my food.”last_img read more

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Analysis of current market consumption trends

there is a consumer market, the market now, what kind of entrepreneurial environment do we need? So we need to carefully look at the current consumer market and trends, to see what the market is now.

financial consumer trends in the way of life

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