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Welcome to the latest episode of Hot Takedown, FiveThirtyEight’s sports podcast. On this week’s show (Nov. 1 , 2016), we take a look at the World Series and wonder if the role of the closer has changed forever after the Chicago Cubs and Cleveland Indians started deploying their closers as long relievers. Then, we chat about Russell Westbrook’s amazing start to the NBA season and ask if teams led by point guards can win championships. Finally, we talk about Tom Brady’s return from suspension, and Neil Paine explains why there’s a 50/50 chance Brady would have won a Super Bowl on every team in the NFL. Plus, a significant digit about the Oakland Raiders’ penalties.Links to what we discussed:Neil Paine says the Cubs’ comeback only gets harder from here.Jeff Sullivan at Fangraphs says Cubs manager Joe Maddon Terry Francona’d Aroldis Chapman in Game 5 of the World Series.Kevin O’Connor at The Ringer writes that Russell Westbrook’s liberation tour is everything we wanted it to be.Neil Paine breaks down why Chris Paul has never gone far in the postseason.Neil also explains how Tom Brady’s return has made the Patriots that much better.Significant Digit: 23. That’s the number of times the Oakland Raiders were dinged for a penalty in their 30-24 win over Tampa Bay on Sunday. That was the most penalties for one team in a single game since at least 1940 and the third-most penalty yards that any one team has racked up in a single game in that same span.Also, remember to check the Hot Takedown feed on Thursday for the fourth installment of our documentary series Ahead Of Their Time. The series looks at coaches and players who did something radical for their era and were later proven right by analytics. The new episode is about the two women who invented the double-handed backhand. You can find the previous three episodes here. More: Apple Podcasts | ESPN App | RSS | Embed Embed Code FiveThirtyEight
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppTurks and Caicos, April 18, 2017 – Grand Turk – Historically today, the Turks and Caicos will hear the financial plan of a new government which is led by a lady, who also happens to be the country’s Minister of Finance, Investment and Trade, Hon Sharlene Robinson.It has been 13 years since the People’s Democratic Movement as Government has laid out their fiscal strategy for the Turks and Caicos Islands, and while the budget is said to have a continuation of many PNP projects there are allotments which the PDM is touting as characteristic of what their party deems important to national development.In a debrief this morning, Speaker of the House of Assembly, Hon Dwayne Taylor shared with Magnetic Media that coverage of the session will be wide with live streaming online at Facebook courtesy of Life Productions, on Digicel Play Ch2 also courtesy of Life Productions; on radio via Radio Turks and Caicos which also has live audio streaming from its website and aired over Ch53 on the PTV network and there is live coverage by 4News on the Digicel network.Hon Taylor said he anticipates 100% attendance by all elected and appointed members of Parliament for the convening which opened at 10am and opening prayer is by Rev. Claire Robinson. Acting Attorney General, Dr. Michael Dillon will be sworn in to fill the ex-officio role of the AG in the House of Assembly, as Hon RhondaLee Braithwaite-Knowles is absent.The Appropriations Bill 2017-2018 will be presented by Premier Robinson, a rebuttal by the Leader of the Opposition PNP or a designate will follow. “It is expected that debate on the Budget will take up most of the proceedings and we expect that the Bill will go through all three readings today,” explained Speaker Taylor.While you never know, the Speaker said he expects there to be no hiccups in HOA operations today, and announced that within this fiscal year it is expected that the House of Assembly will again be relocated for 3-4 months for repairs, which includes the leaky roof of the NJS Francis Building, which is where parliament is housed. The building is a part of an already heralded ‘green project’ by the PDM Administration.Two other bills are on the agenda for a possible first reading, and the hot button issue of service charges to hospitality workers will see the Private Members Motion requesting an amendment to the law likely to a second reading within this session which runs until this Friday, April 21, 2017.The Premier does have the prerogative to re-order the agenda, so things could change explained the Speaker. On the order paper, five questions from the Opposition; four from Leeward and Long Bay Hills member, Hon Akierra Missick and one question from Appointed member for the PNP, Hon Royal Robinson.The House of Assembly is currently in session.#MagneticMediaNews#HOAinsession#historicdayinTCIHouseofAssembly Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:#historicdayinTCIHouseofAssembly, #HOAinsession, #magneticmedianews
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has opened the door to Sir Alex Ferguson to give Manchester United’s team talk before they face bitter rivals Liverpool at Old Trafford on Sunday.Solskjaer who understands the magnitude and importance of the clash wants his team to have a grasp of what it means to the fans.And the interim manager believes Fergie is the right man for the job despite admitting they cannot be caught up in the emotion of the occasion.🤣During the press conference this morning, Ole Gunnar Solskjær joked that Sir Alex Ferguson will take the Manchester United team talk against Liverpool!😬Who would like to see this happen?! #MUFC #MUNLIV pic.twitter.com/GEcmShOqPu— Betfred (@Betfred) February 22, 2019“He would be welcome to have his talk to the players because we know how much it means for him to overtake Liverpool,’ said Solskjaer of his former manager who took such delight in ‘knocking Liverpool off their f***ing perch’ during his 26 years at Old Trafford.“I played in a few of these myself and know the magnitude of it for the fans and everyone who works here. He told the Daily Mail.“The staff there have been making comments that this is the big one, then it’s our job to be focusing and channelling all that energy into performance mode when we start the game on Sunday.“It’s not about emotions. I understand emotion can be brought into it but we have to stay focused and controlled with some fight in us as well.Liverpool legend Nicol slams Harry Maguire’s Man United form Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Steve Nicol believes Harry Maguire has made some “horrendous mistakes” recently, and has failed to find his best form since joining Manchester United.Solskjaer went to explain the need to win the game in what could be pivotal to securing a Champions League spot“For them, it’s a big game, we want to be in the top four and we’re playing Liverpool. We know how big that game is for Manchester United, the staff and supporters.“We’re just looking forward to another challenge for this team. We want to build this team to be worthy of Manchester United’s history.”Asked if he would prefer Tottenham to win what he sees a three-horse title race, a smiling Solskjaer replied: ‘Maybe!’”Whoever we play against, we want to win the game.”The Reds are well aware of the threat #MUFC will pose but head to Old Trafford with designs only on bringing the three points back to Anfield, @MoSalah insists…https://t.co/htDH5OILxV— Liverpool FC (@LFC) February 22, 2019Solskjaer believes the clash with their arch-rivals will be somewhat similar to the PSG tie. He, however, feels his players are ready to show they have learned from that experience.“We have to perform better than we did against PSG because it’s a big game and a big team,’ he said. ‘Suddenly we’re not underdogs anymore.“We know we’re in for a very tough game. Liverpool have been fantastic and will know to come to Old Trafford it should be a difficult one. They pay us respect and we’ll pay them respect.”
Sussex, Wisconsin-based commercial printer Quad/Graphics has entered into a partnership with fellow Wisconsin printer HGI Company to provide both companies’ clients with a more complete range of products and services. Under the agreement, which was announced this week, Quad/Graphics will purchase a minority interest in HGI, providing it with additional resources to expand its product line. HGI president/CEO Craig C. Faust will retain his position at the company as well as majority ownership.The printers said the partnership will allow HGI to capitalize on Quad/Graphics’ technological capabilities, including high-speed, high-resolution digital presses, some with inline finishing capabilities; economies of scale and efficiencies through Quad/Graphics’ logistics services; comprehensive digital imaging services; extensive data and strategy services for leveraging customer intelligence to create personalized marketing programs; and a substantial geographic footprint spanning the U.S., Europe and South America.According to Faust, HGI “will be able to make investments that will allow us to execute more quickly on our growth strategy in short- to medium-run length commercial print. We’ll also leverage Quad/Graphics’ cutting-edge technology and capabilities and operational expertise to better serve our clients and give them the most value for their print spend.” And through HGI, Quad/Graphics said it will be able to offer clients quick-turn commercial printing needs, including in-store/point-of-purchase materials; marketing collateral; short-run books, catalogs and directories; print-on-demand custom publications; and specialty binding.In January, Quad/Graphics agreed to buy Worldcolor, formally Quebecor World, for an estimated $1.4 million stock exchange.
Events make up the largest segment of the company’s business, followed by targeting, distribution & monitoring; data services; online (marketing services); and, finally, print. UBM plc has commenced a search to replace chairman John Botts, who is planning to retire as soon as May 2012, according to a report this week in The Independent. A spokesperson from the company declined to confirm or deny the Independent’s report due to corporate policy.Botts became chairman in December 2007 after being appointed to the UBM board in 1997 as a non-executive director. He is currently senior advisor in London of investment firm Allen & Company and chairman of private equity firm Botts & Company. The company, led by CEO David Levin, saw an overall revenue increase of 9.8 percent to $1.1 billion for the first nine months 2011, with its events segment leading the way at $436.4 million, up 26.6 percent from the year before. Print revenues fell 17 percent to $135 million during the first three quarters 2011 versus the previous year. For 2010, the company reported overall revenue of $1.39 billion, with an adjusted EBITDA of $294.9 million.
Recent Harvard graduate Sophie Bearman will step in as an associate producer. Jeremy Jeennings, a recent Radford University graduate, will also serve as an associate producer.The Motivation?TheStreet’s decision to build out its video strategy is in line with several publishers who are refocusing strategies and resources to leverage the popularity of video content. “We were really seeing a big shift into online video, and more recently, in the last six months, we saw an explosion in tablet and mobile, with a [viewing] increase of 60 percent,” says head of video, Ruben Ramirez.Ramirez also indicates that there is a clear hole in the market when it comes to quality video content for business and financial news and information. Not only that, but he maintains that TheStreetTV is looking to offer up something unique.”My mandate was to try and do something that not everyone out there is already doing. We want to shift the paradigm in terms of how long segments are, how they look and how people interact with them,” he says.What to ExpectRamirez refers to vision as “video 2.0,” and isn’t only looking to improve video content for consumers, but also advertisers. “Nobody likes to sit through a 30 second ad, so we want to figure out how to change that and create value for the advertiser without shutting out the consumer,” he says.For now, ads will run in a traditional pre-roll format, but Ramirez says the goal is to capitalize on mobile and tablet capabilities and develop ads that are interactive and dynamic.TheStreetTV’s videos will be distributed across all its company verticals. Additionally, there are already about 30 distribution channels in place including Roku, asset.TV, Yahoo! and AOL.Ramirez states that the strategy and rollout will be incremental, but the essentials are coming together nicely. “Building a platform from scratch is something that takes a little time. So we have been focused on making sure we have an infrastructure in place,” he says. The infrastructure includes two dedicated studios, a stable of advertisers, distribution channels and a growing team of video production specialists. TheStreet announced three new appointments this week to its video production team in an effort to increase the volume and quality of its video content. This fall the new team will launch six original series to kick things off.Mark Sugarman will serve as video creative director. Sugarman joins TheStreet from MSNBC, where he was lead graphic designer for “The Ed Show.”Daniel Lebo will now serve as video optimization manager. He was serving as a video producer for the company.
New Rock Doc On Bowie Guitarist Mick Ronson what-was-life-beside-bowie-new-doc-guitarist-mick-ronson Email Twitter News What Was Life Like Beside Bowie? New Doc On Guitarist Mick Ronson Facebook Guitar great and David Bowie’s early ’70s musical partner is the subject of a new documentary out this fall Nate HertweckGRAMMYs Aug 31, 2017 – 5:52 pm As of late, more and more compelling music documentaries have been unearthing the stories behind the eras and albums we love. This fall, glam-rock guitar great Mick Ronson’s story gets its own rock doc.Behind Bowie: The Mick Ronson Story follows Ronson’s prolific career from his work with David Bowie as guitarist in the Spiders From Mars to his work with Lou Reed on his 1972 classic album, Transformer, and then with Bob Dylan as part of the Rolling Thunder Review live band in 1975–1976.”I spent a little time with David [Bowie],” Queen drummer Roger Taylor says in the trailer, “and he used to say when I found Mick Ronson, I found my Jeff Beck.”Ronson’s untimely death in 1993 at age 46 came far too soon, and Bowie said of his musical sideman, “If Mick had lived on, he would have become a major producer and arranger, and of course, he would have remained one of rock’s great guitar players.”The film hits select theaters Sept. 1 and home video Oct. 27.Read More: James Murphy On Advice From David Bowie, Being “Done” With Producing
Fats Domino Second Line entering the Lower 9th right now. pic.twitter.com/nn8o3juQFT— Beau Willimon (@BeauWillimon) November 1, 2017 Twitter Facebook News NETWORK ERRORCannot Contact ServerRELOAD YOUR SCREEN OR TRY SELECTING A DIFFERENT VIDEO Oct 25, 2017 – 2:20 pm Recording Academy Remembers Fats Domino “Second line” parades are a classic New Orleans tradition, where in brass musicians, parade watchers and other partygoers hit the streets to form an impromptu procession following a parade’s “main line,” which is comprised of the actual permitted parade participants. The tradition is so deeply entwined in New Orleans culture and history that many parts of the city have an annual, semiunofficial “second line season,” in which residents engage in spur-of-the-moment second line parades almost every Sunday.As a New Orleans native and longtime resident prior to his passing, Fats Domino would surely have been touched by the outpouring of support and joyous celebration of his life and contribution to the city’s musical culture.Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings: Watch New Video For “Call On God” https://twitter.com/BeauWillimon/status/925862382726983681 The rock and roll pioneer received an unforgettable musical send-off from his hometown Brian HaackGRAMMYs Nov 2, 2017 – 12:00 pm An estimated 10,000 people gathered on Nov. 1 to say farewell to the late rock and roll pioneer Fats Domino, who passed away on Oct. 24 at the age of 89. In inimitable New Orleans style, the gathered crowd broke out their brass horns, tambourines, and Mardi Gras digs to give Domino an unforgettable “second line” send off as they marched through the city’s iconic Ninth Ward and past the singer’s former home on Caffin Avenue. Participants included Dominos’ grandson Chevis Domino and fellow New Orleans natives Dr. John and Trombone Shorty, as Billboard reports. 10,000 Musicians, Fans Gather To Honor Fats Domino In New Orleans Fats Domino’s 10,000-Strong Second Line Send-Off 10000-musicians-fans-gather-honor-fats-domino-new-orleans Email
See it 23 Photos Razer makes its Blade Pro gaming laptop future-ready Comments Now playing: Watch this: Razer’s mid-2019 Blade gaming laptops glide along the cutting edge 1:34 Tags The price is down, too — it was $4,000 when it launched in 2017, but now it will start at $2,499 with an RTX 2060.Unfortunately, the drawback of its shrinkage is we lose a couple of our favorite features: the volume scroller on the keyboard and the side-lighting on the touchpad. But Razer has also replaced the meh keyboard of its predecessor with a better version.Razer packs it with the most-recent technologies in a lot of areas, to future-proof it against another few years — they include 2.5GB Ethernet, Wi-Fi 6 (aka 802.11ax), a UHS-III SD slot and upgradable memory. Those, plus the RTX GPUs, make this sound like a potentially great option for video editing, not just for playing the AAAs.We’d love an OLED display to round out that package, but, alas, the technology isn’t here for 17-inch panels yet. But it is for 15 inches, and the Blade 15 Advanced’s getting one as an option: a 60Hz 4K touchscreen with 100% DCI P3 gamut coverage, though it’s available on the RTX 2080-based model only. Plus, the Advanced models now have a 240Hz HD option, Wi-Fi 6 and 10 Gbps USB 3.2 Gen 2. CNET may get a commission from retail offers. Razer Blade Pro Share your voice $3,299 Review • Razer Blade Pro review: Which organs can you live without? Preview • Razer Blade Pro: the best graphics in a thin laptop for an insane price Laptops Gaming 3 Enlarge ImageThe 2019 Razer Blade Pro 17 (left) compared to its 2017 predecessor. It’s prettier on the inside, too. Sarah Tew/CNET While every laptop and its brother is partying with a bump to ninth-gen Intel Core mobile processors and Nvidia’s new, cheap mobile gaming GPUs, Razer’s gone beyond, launching a major overhaul of its 2-year-old 17-inch Blade Pro, which shrinks both in size and price. It takes on the same design as the most recent Blade 15 Advanced, bringing slim display bezels and a conventionally located center trackpad to decrease its volume. And, of course, make it thinner. Mentioned Above Razer Blade Pro Razer