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first_img16Jan Jacobsen sworn in for third term, named chair of two committees Categories: News The day after being sworn in for his third term, state Rep. Bradford Jacobsen, R-Oxford, was named chair for two House committees.Jacobsen will chair the House Committee for Government Operations, as well as the House Committee for Communications and Technology for the 98th Legislature.“I am honored to serve on such vital committees, and to chair Communications and Technology,” Jacobsen said. “Whether its phones, automobiles or cyber security, we need to keep Michigan policies up to date.”Jacobsen was also named to the House Energy Policy, Elections and Ethics and Transportation committees.###last_img read more

first_img Categories: Canfield News 22Jun Rep. Canfield announces summer office hours schedule State Rep. Edward J. Canfield, D.O. invites residents to join him for in-district office hours on June 30 and July 24 at the following locations:Friday, June 30 from 3 to 4 p.m. at Caseville Village Hall, 6767 Main St. in Caseville; andMonday, July 24 from 3 to 4 p.m. at Vassar City Hall, 287 E. Huron Ave. in Vassar.“I am excited to meet with local residents during the summer months to talk about issues that matter to them,” Rep. Canfield said. “Spending time in the district to connect with members of the community is the most important aspect of my job as a legislator.”No appointments are necessary for office hours. Anyone unable to attend is encouraged to contact Rep. Canfield’s office at (517) 373-0476, via email EdwardCanfield@house.mi.gov or visit www.RepCanfield.com.last_img read more

first_imgBelgacom has secured the Belgian and Luxembourg rights to UEFA Champions League football for the next three seasons.In addition to the exclusive broadcasting rights for the 112 matches granted by UEFA to pay TV, Belgacom has been granted the non-exclusive pay rights to 34 matches traditionally reserved for national channels, meaning that this is the first time in Belgium that an operator will broadcast all 146 matches of each UEFA Champions League season.The deal adds to Belgacom’s roster of football rights, which include the Spanish and Portuguese championships and the Copa del Rey, as well as five matches weekly from the Belgian Jupiler Pro League and the home matches of four Division 2 clubsSeparately, Chellomedia-backed free-to-air channel OBN has secured UEFA Champions League football rights for Bosnia-Herzegovina for the next three seasons.OBN won a competitive bid, and acquired the exclusive first pick of the Wednesday night matches as well as the highlights, semi-finals and final.Mike Moriarty, managing director, Chello Central Europe said in a statement: “We are thrilled to have the Champions League on OBN and to bring this event to its many followers and fans in Bosnia. We will be showing group games, as well as the semi-final and final; it will be a great event for families to join together and enjoy the premier competition in European football. This is just the sort of first class programming we are delighted and committed to bring to OBN and its viewers.”last_img read more

first_imgSky UK CEO Stephen van Rooyen has criticised the floating of plans by the Remote Gambling Association (RGA), which represents gambling firms including Bet365, Paddy Power and Ladbrokes, to voluntary implement a ‘whistle-to-whistle’ ban on TV advertising of their services during the airing of sports fixtures on TV.Stephen Van RooyenIn an article published in The Times, Van  Rooyen said that “the inconvenient truth” was that “over 80% of the gambling industry’s advertising is in the largely unregulated online world” and that a ban on TV advertising would not address this issue.“If the RGA and gambling companies are serious about protecting vulnerable gamblers, then they should start by looking at where they spend the most money, what has the least level of regulation and where there is most evidence of harm: the online world,” he said.Van Rooyen’s intervention follows reports last week that the RGA was ready to voluntarily agree a TV ad ban during sports broadcasts that began before the 21:00 ‘watershed’ amid growing concern about the societal impact of the UK’s gambling habit.The RGA responded to a BBC report of the plan by denying that a complete ban had yet been agreed.Van Rooyen denied that his views were those of “a broadcaster scared of losing TV ad revenue”, pointing out that the pay TV operator had agreed to limit the number of gambling ads to one per commercial break.He said that TV advertising is “already highly regulated” and that online advertising, by contrast, is not regulated to anything like the same extent. Van Rooyen said that pulling TV advertising would simply shift advertising “even further online”  enabling targeting of the vulnerable via smartphones, tablets and computers, as well as depriving broadcaster of ad revenue in favour of gambling firms and online technology companies that avoid their tax commitments.last_img read more