first_imgThe 2019 #NFLPARookiePremiere class! 😤🔥— NFLPA (@NFLPA) May 18, 2019Isabella and Butler both attended the NFLPA Rookie Premiere class and posed next to each other in a group photo, accentuating the eight-inch height difference.  Related LinksCardinals take Iowa State WR Hakeem Butler in 4th round of draftCardinals draft WR Andy Isabella with 62nd pick from Josh Rosen tradeCardinals loved work ethic, speed of receiver Andy IsabellaIsabella at 5-foot-9 and Butler at 6-foot-5 stand in the front row of the photo, along with Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray, who stands on the other side of the row.Butler nearly stands taller than Detroit Lions first-round pick tight end T.J. Hockenson. The Arizona Cardinals went heavy at the wide receiver position in the 2019 NFL Draft.With three players taken at the position in their first seven picks, the Cardinals stocked up on players at the position who bring unique skill sets.For example, second-round pick Andy Isabella ran a 4.31 40-yard dash at the NFL combine, while fourth-round pick Hakeem Butler pumped out 18 bench press reps. The two also have quite the size discrepancy. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Top Stories Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling 7 Comments   Share   (Twitter Photo/@NFLPA)last_img read more

first_imgArūnas Šikšta, the CEO of Lithuanian service provider Teo, is to leave the company.Šikšta, who has led Teo since 2004, will be replaced on an interim basis by chief financial officer Giedrius Vegys. Antanas Poška, currently director of Teo’s accounting department, will temporarily act as chief financial officer.“Teo proved its success for many years and managed to maintain its leading positions on the market. Teo currently is a strong company and I believe that Giedrius Vegys will lead a smooth transition until appointment of new General Manager. I have a strong confidence that Teo will continue to create a high value for its customers, employees and shareholders,” said Malin Frenning, the chairwoman of Teo’s board.“During the last nine years Teo became one of the largest telecommunication companies in the Baltic States, providing universal communication, data transmission, TV and IT services. I am especially proud that together with the one of the most professional team in Lithuania we managed to ensure not only a high profitability but also high confidence of the customers. After implementing those objectives I am ready for new professional activities,” said Šikšta.last_img read more

first_imgTed SarandosTV series, including Netflix’s own original productions, now account for two thirds of viewing time on the SVOD service, according to Ted Sarandos.Speaking at the RTS London Conference yesterday, Netflix’s chief content officer, said it is more efficient to spend money on originals than on licensing high profile content, and defended making both TV shows and films – despite more watch-time going on series.“With all the success of the ‘golden age of television’, and all the success that we’ve had in this period of time, about a third of the watching on Netflix is still movies. Keep in mind this is two hour movies versus 13 hour shows,” said Sarandos.He claimed that the way movies are licensed to pay TV services today is “probably the most out-of-step licensing window” and that making people wait to watch movies online means that they don’t “assign a lot of subscription value to that”.“To have people wait seven to 10 months in the internet age doesn’t make a lot of sense. I think what you end up with in these pay deals is movies that either people saw already, because they were excited about them, or they made a conscious decision not to see them.”“We’re investing in films so that we can more aggressively give the consumer what they’re telling us they want, which is the movies when they open.”Discussing Netflix’s original series plans, Sarandos echoed recent claims by Netflix’s chief finance officer, David Wells, that the company aims to move to a 50-50 split between licensed and original content.“That’s where it’s heading and that’s what we set out to do many years ago,” said Sarandos. “If we get to a place where we’re missing more than we’re hitting or that efficiency metric goes the other way, we may revisit that number, but that’s our intent – to do most of our programming.”In terms of the type of content that Netflix is focused on, Sarandos said that its originals should be “brand-defining, tent pole shows”. He stressed that each programme should stand out under the wider Netflix umbrella and that the company is not trying to “do everything that feels or looks the same”.He also said that Netflix likes to work with film makers as they enter the television world, because big films have historically “been more global than television” – a direction that he sees TV content moving in. This follows Netflix’s recent launch of the Baz Luhrman-created musical drama The Get Down.Sarandos claimed that doing original series makes sense not only in terms of spending efficiency but also in distinguishing Netflix as a destination, rather than an outlet for programming that other services also carry.last_img read more

first_img“A key element of the festivals success was the input from local designers and retailers who worked in close partnership to deliver outstanding pieces of work.“It was also great to see top quality designers such as Helen Cody being part of the celebrations.”The Mayor added that the Council was committed to working towards supporting the local fashion and creative industries and to providing a forum for local talent to flourish and be a success.“The city and district has a strong historic connection with fashion and textiles, and a huge talent pool to draw from when it comes to design and the creative industries, which became hugely apparent at the Fashion Fest. “The Council is committed to continue to promote events like the Fashion Fest and continue to raise the profile of our local talent.”FABULOUS FASHION SHOWCASE AT FASHION FEST was last modified: November 16th, 2015 by John2John2 Tags: ShareTweet Derry City and Strabane District Council present Fashion Fest 2015 at St Columb’s Hall.The show finale saw the Style Academy models showcase International guest designer Helen Cody’s Autumn Winter 2015 collection. PIC DARREN KIDD/PRESSEYEDERRY fashionistas strutted their stuff on the catwalk this weekend, showcasing the best of local design talent, as part of Derry City and Strabane District Council’s successful Fashion Fest 2015. Over 300 attendees took part in the event which was supported by local independent and high street retailers and designers to showcase all that is good about the local fashion industry.The festival now in its second year was a fantastic success providing a platform for local designers, retailers and  beauty specialists to showcase their talents at a range of quality events, from classic catwalk glamour to creative workshops over the three-day festival.Mayor of Derry City and Strabane District Council, Cllr Elisha McCallion said she was hugely impressed with the wealth of talent that is on our doorstep and paid tribute to everyone involved in the event.“This was a fantastic event, reflecting the  city and distirct’s growing status as a creative design hub, where designers, crafters and artists can become part of a cross-border network of like minded industry professionals. FABULOUS FASHION SHOWCASE AT FASHION FESTlast_img read more