World Television Day 2016 – Celebrating the Impact and Reach of Television

trendWorld Television Day 2016 – Celebrating the Impact and Reach of Television
Television brings people together. It is a powerful medium in the lives of millions of people. Whether it’s through news, movies, or even adverts, there is no denying the contribution of television to modern society. Freedom of expression and creativity …

Garbage on television
How are cable companies maintaining stability in this present day? I am curious because a few of my friends from college and even the ones back in Summerville barely watch television. They watch television on their phones with apps like Netflix and Hulu.

Life Without Television
I haven’t owned a television in over 7 years. I haven’t lived in a house with a set in over 5 years. I spend my days largely television-free, and I actually like it. This isn’t to say that I don’t watch some television shows over the internet. I have to …


British Lionhearts reach World Series of Boxing semi-final

sportBritish Lionhearts reach World Series of Boxing semi-final
Wins for Luke McCormack and Frazer Clarke from the GB Boxing squad, along with victories for two of the team’s overseas boxers, Ronny Beblik of Germany and Bulgaria’s Radoslav Pantaleev, ensured the Lionhearts progressed in convincing fashion, …
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Meet the next great boxer that nobody wants to fight
In those early weeks, shortly after Gennady Golovkin moved to California to advance and propel his budding boxing career, his new trainer sat him in front of a dry-erase board. Abel Sanchez wrote down Nos. 1-12, and put Muhammad Ali’s name at the top.
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“It’s only blood. It’ll wash out,”
In other words it was a successful day at the Moana Amateur Boxing Tournament at Hamilton’s Celebrating Age Centre on Saturday. Former Zimbabwean, now Auckland resident Wendell Stanley went up against James Collecutt​ – both 15 in one of the …
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