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Lesser ad breaks during cricket telecast to hit revenue: Sony

first_imgMumbai, Mar 9 (PTI) Sony Pictures Networks (SPN) today said advertisement revenue will be impacted if Lodha panels recommendation on curtailing the number of commercial breaks during cricket matches is implemented.The company, which operates the sports channels Sony Six and Sony ESPN, would take into account such decrease in the valuation of these cricket properties before bidding for their telecast rights in future, it added.”There is a direct co-relation of a valuation of a property to the ad revenue that you can make on that property,” SPN Chief Executive Officer N P Singh told reporters here.”Dependence of all broadcasters on advertising in any property is very high. Therefore reduction in inventory in cricket or any other sport in India will lead to a proportionate reduction in the valuation and that will be considered when we next time bid for any sports property.”Any reduction in advertising inventory in cricket will have an adverse effect on the economics and the development of sport in India,” he added.According to the BCCIs balance sheet, a large chunk of its operative revenue of about Rs 2,000 crore comes from the broadcasting rights and advertisements.But if Justice Lodha panels recommendation to air advertisements only during lunch, tea or drinks break is implemented, the operative revenue is expected to come down to Rs 400 crore. PTI DS KRK ABMlast_img read more

Dominican Republic rum a fine favorite at Caribbean Food Wine Festival Turks

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Recommended for you Caribbean Food and Wine Festival goes to Gourmet Safari Related Items:anette mourier, brugal, Caribbean food and wine festival, domincan republic, jassil villanueva, Wine Cellar Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 05 Nov 2015 – The Caribbean Food and Wine festival will this year feature a famous rum from the Dominican Republic, we spoke to fifth generation descendant of the Brugal family, 28 year old Jassil Villanueva.“We’re involved in the blending, the formulation, in the liquid lab just making sure that everything has accomplished the chemical and physical characteristics. But also just approving that the liquid goes to the bottle and doing the follow up…”A Master Blender, Jassil said the selection of Brugal in the Turks and Caicos will impress this weekend at CFWF. As for what the 127 year old rum will bring, “we’re re-launching Brugal extra dry, A so we are going to feature a lot of different drinks. We are going to be a part of a lot of the different events, we will be a part of the women’s luncheon,” said Anette Mourier, Senior Marketing Manager, WEBB.Wine Cellar hosted that welcome meet and greet on Wednesday. What’s on TONIGHT in Providenciales Wine Cellar: CARIFTA Team to be revealed, changes for anglerslast_img read more

Phone tapping to be legal for crime probes no spying says AG

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppNassau, Bahamas, February 14, 2017 – Phone tapping is to be legal in The Bahamas and the country’s Attorney General calls the ICB or Interception Communications Bill a tremendous stride in the fight against crime while defending that it is only to be used for criminal investigations.AG, Allyson Maynard Gibson, in clarifying rumors that now everyone will be fair game and can be spied upon, defended the legislation and said that is not the case and  that law abiding citizens and residents need not fear the the ICB policy.   “The ICB enhances protection of the privacy of law abiding citizens because it is the Supreme Court (not the Executive) that makes the determination that the communications may be intercepted. This is the first time that Bahamian law places this authority solely in the hands of the independent judiciary.” The watch dog over how the tactic is used and not abused is the Supreme Court which, it is explained, “will ensure that adequate checks and balances are in place to protect rights of privacy on the one hand and combat crime (including cyber crime) on the other.  Any suggestion that this is a “dangerous spying Bill” is false.”The introduction of the legislation now calls for the legislature to consider a revision of the current LDA law or the listening Devices Act, which was crafted in 1972 and is clearly outdated now.The Bahamas joins the worldwide community – including the United States, the United Kingdom, Saint Lucia, Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago and most recently St. Kitts & Nevis – to enact similar legislation permitting the lawful interception of communications. Electricity Cost of Service Study among the big agenda items at September 11 Cabinet meeting Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:#magneticmedianews #MagneticMediaNewscenter_img The Luxury of Grace Bay in Down Town Provo Recommended for you ALERT # 2 ON POTENTIAL TROPICAL CYCLONE NINE ISSUED BY THE BAHAMAS DEPARTMENT OF METEOROLOGY THURSDAY 12TH SEPTEMBER, 2019 AT 9 PM EDTlast_img read more

Organic guide to save yourself from harsh Holi colours

first_imgNew Delhi: Holi, the festival of colours, is fun as we paint the town in hues of the rainbow. But, at the same time, your hair, skin and eyes have to brave the chemicals those pretty colours contain. Experts suggest that a pre-and post-Holi regime can be a boon and save you from allergies if followed properly. To start with pre-care, you cannot afford to ignore your ear lobes and nails. Preeti Seth, cosmetologist at Pachouli Wellness Clinic, and dermatologist Aparna Santhanam suggest applying oil in and around your ear lobes and placing a small ball of cotton into your ears before you go out to play so that your inner ear is well protected. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfSeth said: “Always clip your nails because there is no way that you can protect your nails if they are long; and apply a dark nail paint to protect your nails. Colours will come off easily when you remove nail polish.” To prevent colours from clogging the pores, Seth says it’s best to avoid shaving 2-3 days before.Jyotsana Makkar, in-house ayurvedic doctor for Kama Ayurveda, suggests application of almond oil on your face and other exposed parts of body and hair – and braid your hair if possible. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsive”Besides being a nourishment agent with high levels of vitamin E, almond oil also forms a protective layer on your skin and hair and saves you from the damage of chemical colour,” says Makkar. Amit Karkhanis, medical cosmetologist at Dr. Tvacha Clinic, says using coconut oil on your entire body before you step out to play Holi will act as a moisturiser and an anti-inflammatory, and prevent sun damage. A common suggestion by all the experts is that a good sunscreen, with an SPF factor of at least 40, is a must-do, just half an hour before leaving the house. “Expecting mothers can opt for a pomegranate or jojoba oil as these natural oils are safe to use on the face and protect pores,” says Shubhika Jain from RAS Luxury Oils. Do not neglect your hair on the occasion, which somehow many forget about and then repent. One must do deep champi (massage) in the days preceding Holi to prepare the hair and scalp for the festival,” added Jain. Dermatologist Rashmi Shetty suggests different tips for different kinds of hair textures.”For straight hair, apply a new age coconut oil that has ingredients like jasmine as it known to strengthen the hair and make it less prone to breakage even after too much exposure to colours,” she said. Curly hair needs extra care, so Shetty suggests taking a generous amount of coconut-based oil and applying it to your scalp and the length of your hair before you go out to play.Post-Holi, it is not exactly a cake walk to get rid of the tough colours and its imperative to swipe off the several coatings of oils and sunscreen that were layered onto your hair and skin. Makkar suggests an ubtan soap-free body cleanser which is made up of natural ingredients like turmeric, fenugreek, sandalwood, neem, oatmeal and more.”You will need to shampoo a couple of times to remove all traces of colour. Wash your hair with a very mild shampoo daily to get rid of residual colour and dirt. Follow this with an application of warm oil. This will help restore and rejuvenate your hair, nourishing it back to health,” said Shetty. Seth suggests that if the colour is too harsh, apply lemon wedges to that area as the stains will lighten. Lastly, it may have not occurred to you but your eyes are the most vulnerable when it comes to the effects of Holi. Sameer Kaushal, Senior Consultant Opthalmologist at Tattvan eclinics, says it is crucial to always cover your eyes while playing with colours as they contain toxic substances which may cause irritation, pain, watering in eyes and may even cause blurriness for many days.”last_img read more