By Stephanie SchupskaUniversity of GeorgiaSomewhere in Georgia, a food product is being developed. Without a little help, it could end up on a closet shelf, a dream half born.It’s something Kent Wolfe sees regularly in his work at the University of Georgia Center for Agribusiness and Economic Development: food producers and processors who have a good product or idea but no way to get it out of the warehouse and into customers’ hands.“You can produce food, but how do you get it out of your door?” said Wolfe, a CAED marketing analyst. “We work with a lot of food people who don’t have the opportunity to get their ideas in front of retailers.”His solution to this problem started with a concept program in 2002 that ended up on its own shelf for four years. With the help of Jim Daniels, an assistant professor in the UGA College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences food science and technology department, he dusted his contest idea off, and now it’s going to market.The Flavor of Georgia Food Contest is looking for entries from across the state. Categories include sauces and condiments, confectionery, natural and organic, meat products, wine, snack foods, value-added produce and other. These can be either prototypes or commercially available.Submissions must be in by Feb. 1, 2007. Final judging will take place on March 20 in Atlanta at the Georgia Ag Awareness Day celebration.The contest won’t benefit just entrants. “On the other side, our business contacts are always looking for the next new product,” said Sharon Kane, a food business development specialist for CAED and CAES’s department of food science and technology.Flavor of Georgia will provide publicity and exposure for small entrepreneurs seeking to enter the food processing industry or expand an existing product line into new markets. Winners can also choose to have their products stamped with the Flavor of Georgia Winner 2007 logo.Major food retailers, food brokers and specialty food distributors throughout the state have signed on for the event.And it’s all about Georgia flavor. “We’re emphasizing Georgia ingredients and Georgia products,” Wolfe said.“One of the interesting things is that the criteria include the best use of Georgia ingredients,” Kane said. “All submissions will be telling us what’s best about their Georgia product and the story behind it.”Entrants will be required to fill out a form, found at www.caed.uga.edu/newsletter/Flavor-of-Georgia-Entry-Form.doc, and submit two samples of their product along with related marketing materials. The cost is $25 per entry.Entries will be judged on flavor, use of Georgia ingredients, unique and innovative qualities, commercial appeal and originality.Even those who don’t win will come out ahead. Wolfe plans to compile and send product lists cataloguing the entries to distributors “so everybody gets some kind of exposure,” he said.For more information about the contest, contact Marian Wendinger at (706) 542-2574 (or [email protected]) or Jan Hamala at (706) 542-2434 (or [email protected]). Or visit the CAED Web site or the Food Science Extension Outreach Program Web site.(Stephanie Schupska is a news editor with the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.)
Lakers’ Kyle Kuzma, Jared Dudley indicate they’re not among NBA players reluctant to restart
But other players perceive the situation differently.“The difference in the economic gap between white America and black America is astronomical,” Garrett Temple, the Nets guard and former Clipper, who is vice president for the National Basketball Players Association, told ESPN. “I can’t in good conscience tell my brethren to throw away millions of dollars in order to create change that I don’t see the direct impact of — if there was a direct impact of laws changing, that would be a different story.” With the volume increasing Friday on some players’ behind-the-scenes concerns about the NBA’s return-to-play plan, a pair of Lakers made it known that they’re not among the dissenters and at least one other member of the team reportedly spoke up about possibly sitting out the rest of the season because of the coronavirus pandemic and social issues facing the nation.After Howard Beck reported Friday afternoon that Kyrie Irving was a driving force in organizing a conference call for players worried about the NBA’s “bubble plan,” Lakers forward Kyle Kuzma tweeted: “Some of us want to hoop and compete don’t get that twisted.”His teammate Jared Dudley chimed in: “Facts! What time is this zoom call today! I’m on it!”Then, following the call, the Athletic’s Shams Charania tweeted that Lakers center Dwight Howard was among the players — in addition to Donovan Mitchell and Carmelo Anthony — who discussed not resuming play. For Lakers’ LeBron James, Jacob Blake’s shooting is bigger issue than a big Game 4 victory On Mamba Night, the Lakers make short work of Blazers to take 3-1 series lead Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Video: What LeBron James said about Jacob Blake … ‘Black people in America are scared’ “Wouldn’t that defeat the purpose?” tweeted Spencer Dinwiddie, the Nets guard who hails from L.A.Instead, on-site support staff will always have to wear facemasks and gloves, maintain strict physical distancing, never come within 6 feet of NBA participants and undergo temperature and symptom checks, according to Charania, who reported that Irving told his colleagues on Friday’s call, “Something smells a little fishy.”Some players also reportedly also are troubled by the notion of returning to the game amidst the national movement for racial justice that’s swept the nation following the May 25 killing of George Floyd. Haynes wrote that some players believe it’s “bad optics for a league comprised predominantly of black men to be sequestered in one location for up to three months merely to entertain the masses and ease the league’s economic burden.”Related Articles Photos: Lakers defeat Trail Blazers in Game 4 of first-round playoff series The Lakers, who were among the title favorites this season, were 49-14 and in first place in the Western Conference when play was suspended March 11 on account of the pandemic.Dudley has pointed out in various forums that players have a lot to lose if they opt not to finish the season, which could give the league’s owners an opportunity to void the current collective bargaining agreement.“Huge financial implications if we don’t play,” Dudley tweeted Friday. “(Salaries) cut in half and possible no season the following year.”Still, Yahoo’s Chris Haynes reported that a “significant number” of players are disappointed they didn’t have an opportunity to vote on the restart plan last week, when the National Basketball Players Association executive committee and its board of representatives approved the league’s 22-team comeback in late July at the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida.Some players are uneasy about the idea of returning to a quarantined campus, where Disney employees will not be subjected to the “bubble,” according to NBC’s Tom Haberstroh. Chris Paul, Russell Westbrook and other NBA stars pay tribute to Kobe Bryant
Thurston County Family Justice Center Now Open
Facebook0Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Thurston County Family Justice CenterServices for domestic violence, sexual assault now in downtown OlympiaOctober 14, 2013 marked the public opening of the Thurston County Family Justice Center in downtown Olympia. This is a collaborative program of the Family Support Center of South Sound, the Thurston County Clerk’s Office, the Thurston County Sheriff’s Office, and the Thurston County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office. The Thurston County Family Justice Center provides advocacy for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault in criminal cases, assists with civil protection orders and civil family law matters, and provides referrals to social services and other kinds of support.The official opening of the Family Justice Center was highlighted by greetings from First Lady Trudi Inslee and a keynote address by Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson. Mrs. Inslee noted that the Thurston County Family Justice Center, based on a national best-practices model of service delivery, is only the second such center in Washington State; the first being the Crystal Judson Center in Tacoma.The Thurston County Family Justice Center gathers together law enforcement, legal experts, victim advocates and social service providers in one place, making it easier for domestic violence and sexual assault victims to begin to rebuild their lives with protection orders, emergency housing, child care resources, and other legal and social services. Currently, ten service agencies have signed on as partners with the Family Justice Center, including Joint Base Lewis-McChord Victim Advocacy Services, Monarch Children’s Justice and Advocacy Center and Washington State Adult Protective Services. “It’s important to have a collaborative and coordinated approach for domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking cases,” said Jon Tunheim, Thurston County Prosecuting Attorney. “Victims may become intimidated and discouraged if they are forced to go to six or eight different places and talk to a dozen different people to get basic help. Having one office in downtown Olympia makes it easier for victims to access the justice they deserve and rebuild their lives.”For more information about the new Thurston County Family Justice Center and information about services and assistance for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking, visit the Thurston County Family Justice Center web page at www.thurstoncountyfjc.org.
Harambee Starlets rout Botswana 7-1 in U20 World Cup qualifier
“We played well and according to instructions and I am pleased with the performance today. Everyone played well. Marjolene is our super sub and when she came in she gave what we always want from her and performed well,” Starlets head coach Caroline Ajowi said.She added; “We worked as a team because one strong thing about us is that we are like a family and that is how we get the results,” the coach added.Ajowi further attributed the success in the preliminary round match to the team’s apt fitness with a bulk of the players having featured in the just concluded national school games in Nyeri.“A bulk of our team is from secondary school and so most of them come into the team with good technical ability and the fitness levels are great as well. That is what has stood out for us today because the players were close knit also because of the good camp we have had,”After a tough opening half where Kenya still managed to go into half time with a 2-1 lead, they came back more determined in the second 45 with Wafula hitting two quick fire goals before Corazone Aquino, Diana Mwihaki and Emedot contributed to the haul.The Junior Starlets started the match well and broke the deadlock through Emedot before Cynthia Masungu took advantage of a defensive lapse in the hosts’ backline to make it 2-0.The hosts, pushed by the home crowd put in concerted efforts to draw back on level terms and they got the much needed goal through a Leona Busang freekick which evaded the wall and beat Kenyan keeper Lilian Awuor.If they manage to maintain the same performance against Ethiopia, Starlets will book a second round ticket against either Algeria or Ghana and from there, they will only be a step away from qualifying to the 2018 U20 Women’s World Cup to be held in France.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Starlets Vivian Corazon tduring a past game.photo/FILENAIROBI, Kenya, Jul 21- Substitute Marjolen Wafula and Martha Emedot scored a brace each as the Harambee Starlets Under-20 team put one foot into the first round of the 2018 U20 Women’s World Cup qualifier with a 7-1 rout of hosts Botswana in Lobatse on Friday evening.Barring catastrophe in the second leg set to be played on August 4 in Kenya, the junior Starlets have more or less progressed to the first round where they will meet neighbors Ethiopia.
Irish Water in the dock as Falcarragh businesses close over water shortages
A young business owner says it is ‘disheartening’ that she has repeatedly had to close her local salon on Falcarragh’s Main Street due to serious issues with the water supply. The Cathaoirleach of Donegal County Council has already called for an emergency meeting between the local authority and Irish Water over the ongoing issues.A number of businesses in the West Donegal town were forced to close their doors yet again this week because of water issues due to old pipe connections. Roisin Gallagher, 20, took the plunge into the beauty business by opening ‘Roisin’s Beauty Bar’ in March 2018.But her dream venture turned into a nightmare following consistent water outages which has affected hundreds of residents in the area for well over a year.Speaking to Donegal Daily, Ms Gallagher says that she was unable to offer two staff wages this week due to closures.“I opened the business 14 months ago and it has been happening since the day I opened my doors,” Gallagher said. “It is hurting my business completely because I only started recently and you need to start off well and because of this, it is hurting me big time. “Two of my staff came in on Thursday morning, and the worst bit about this is that they don’t tell you that the water is going to be off.“You have to find out for yourself and we have all come into work on Thursday and I have had to send the two of them home and three people, including myself, went home without a wage.“It is very disheartening and if this is the carry on that is going to be going on then I am going to lose my career here in Falcarragh to where I will be better treated and there is a better system.“You try to make a life for yourself and the government are going against you,” she added.Roisin Gallagher opened ‘Roisin’s Beauty Bar’ in March 2018 and has problems from day one.With Irish Water suggesting they will install a solution to the issues in the area in late 2019, Gallagher insists she has fear the problems could continue into 2020, something she says could spell the end for ‘Roisin’s Beauty Bar’. “People are coming into Falcarragh and expecting to get a service and when they are not getting it they are not going to come back.“They will go to other surrounding areas and Irish Water says October by the earliest but we know that never happens and these problems could continue well into 2020.“It is a struggle already because Falcarragh is a small community in a rural area and you cannot afford to lose any business.“I have invested a lot of money into this small business trying to make a life for myself and it is really affecting me and I am struggling to make ends meet.” The Falcarragh native insists that water problems continue on much longer then she will have no choice but to relocate away from the area.“If this continues for much longer then I won’t be staying in Falcarragh, which is sad, but I am still young enough I have the opportunity to get up and go.”Weighing in on the issue, the Cathoairleach of Donegal County Council said Irish Water current plan for the area was ‘simply not satisfactory’.Cllr Seamus O’Domhnaill said he demanded that emergency funding be put in place to upgrade the pipe network for Falcrragh and surrounding areas.“I have had a discussion with the Chief Executive of the Donegal Council, Seamus Neely and we are going to set-up an emergency meeting with Irish Water to try and fast track funding and delivery of pipe replacement to elevated the problems that are there.“Seven to eight businesses were forced to close their doors this week and that is not on,” he said. “No other utility company would get away with this that businesses have to close and Irish Water can’t let that happen either.”Eight businesses had to close on Thursday this week due to a water outage.O’Domhnaill echoed Gallaghers fears and said Irish Water were letting down the local community, labelling their actions as ‘disgraceful’ in light of recent closures.“Irish Water need to step up to the plate and supply the people, who are paying for the water, with a proper service and if it continues for a prolonged period business in Falcarragh will need to make a serious decision.“Is it sustainable at all to keep our business opened when we can’t guarantee our customers a proper and adequate level of service.”Irish Water in the dock as Falcarragh businesses close over water shortages was last modified: April 16th, 2019 by Shaun KeenanShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:councildonegalFalcarraghIrish Water shortageRoisin’s Beauty Bar
Monk praises Fulham but predicts Middlesbrough will be hard to stop
Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook Embed from Getty ImagesMiddlesbrough boss Garry Monk said his side are still to find their top level of performance – but predicted few teams would be able to live with them when they do.Boro were installed as one of the pre-season favourites for promotion following a squad overhaul that left them with a strikeforce of Britt Assombalonga, Patrick Bamford, Martin Braithwaite, Rudy Gestede and Ashley Fletcher.But it took a defender, Cyrus Christie, to snatch a late equaliser at Fulham in a 1-1 draw that leaves Monk’s team fifth in the Championship – five points behind his former side Leeds.“I don’t think we’ve hit our full stride yet,” Monk said.“But I think that’s coming. When it fully clicks, and we hit that top gear, there won’t be many sides that can stop us. That’s the attitude we have to have.“It’s still early days and we’re trying to find that consistency.”Monk praised Fulham and said he believed a draw between the two teams was a fair result, after a game that was full of chances but was goalless until the 86th minute.He said: “Last season they were, for me, one of the best sides in the league and I don’t think anything different this season.“I’m disappointed with their goal, when it came and how it came. We’d defended those situations pretty well all afternoon.“But the character in the team is undeniable. If anything, after the equaliser, we were in the ascendency and tried to push for the winner.“I think a point was the fair result for both teams.”See also:Fulham’s Ayite suffers another hamstring injuryFulham denied victory by late Middlesbrough goal
Male Nipples: Two Views
Is there a beachgoer who has not wondered why men have nipples? Since Live Science brought it up, let’s use this as a case study on how evolutionists and creationists explain things.The Evolutionist View: Live Science claims we all start out as females in the womb, and only after about 60 days the testosterone kicks in if it’s a male. By then, the nipples have already formed and don’t get deleted. As to why there are nerves and blood vessels serving them, the writer appeals to the old vestigial organ argument. There is no reason for male nipples, it’s just that natural selection hasn’t removed them yet. The article denies that early males once suckled the young on the grounds of lack of evidence. “Brace yourselves for a low blow, tough guy,” the article begins, hinting that the evolutionary answer won’t help a man’s self-esteem; at least it calls the nipples “harmless.” The article ends with a link to a list of other alleged vestigial organs, including the coccyx, appendix, wisdom teeth and body hair.The Creationist View: A creationist sees a phenomenon and looks for a design or function. Several creation sources have addressed this particular feature of the male anatomy: for example, Answers in Genesis gives a brief explanation, with reference to the book Vestigial Organs Are Fully Functional by Bergman and Howe. These authors point to the fact that the nipples are very sensitive to touch and therefore act as erogenous zones, contributing to the pleasure response during sex. Creationists have also argued that the single developmental plan for human embryos, which later differentiates the sexes, is an example of design economy. We don’t all start out as females. It’s more accurate to describe the early embryo as sexless in terms of the genes expressed; males, after all, contain an X chromosome. At the right developmental stage, the sexual differentiation genes are expressed. AIG also has posted a debate over the issue of male nipples.Creationists have long pointed out that the vestigial organ argument for evolution, of which this is one famous example, has been discredited (e.g., AIG and True Origin). They say it also is a “science show-stopper.” By assuming these traits are useless rather than applying good research to figure out what they are there for, evolutionists have hindered and delayed key insights into physiology that could have advanced medicine and increased understanding of biological design. Some 180 body parts were considered vestigial as recently as the 1930s. The list included organs as vital as the pituitary gland and thymus. This fact was not mentioned on the Live Science link. Creationists also argue that just because a person can live without a part, like the appendix, that does not mean it is useless. Many people alive today had their tonsils removed as kids. Science now understands better their role in the immune system and recommends keeping them unless seriously infected. One can live without an arm, too, and without eyes or ears, but is generally better off with everything intact. Furthermore, some parts may be useful at different stages of life. A part that was functional in the embryo cannot be considered vestigial if its remnants no longer function in the adult.Let’s think outside the Darwin box, shall we? Nipples don’t have to be for suckling the young to have a purpose. Every human knows these points are very sensitive to touch; that’s true in both sexes. Sex is a whole-body response God made to be pleasurable as well as procreative. We can’t rule out, too, that certain traits have value just for decoration – that is part of their function. Just as a navel can serve as a reminder that we all have an intimate tie to our ancestors, nipples help remind a man that he shares many traits with the female of the species, as well as having his own distinctive attributes. Even the shared traits, though, are expressed in distinctive man-ifestations. Women and men both have hair, too, but are the differences not interesting? Do they not add color and variety to life? Why does everything in nature have to be explained in terms of survival? Some things might be part of the costume, and that is good. A man’s chest would look kind of monotonous without those designer buttons there. Look at them as ornaments on a fine suit. (Looks best, guys, surrounded by lots of pectoral muscle; see YouTube.) This example shows that creationists and evolutionists deal with the same observational facts but look at them through different lenses. The evolutionist sees millions of years of waste and struggle, with us latecomers having to deal with the leftovers. Every trait must be interpreted in terms of survival and reproduction. Sex is only to generate more aimless, purposeless carbon units. That is a very cynical, demeaning approach to science and to life. A creationist, by contrast, believes the Creator designed every part for its own purpose and function. When a creation scientist doesn’t know the function, he or she is motivated to find it out. This can and should make science a liberating and joyful exercise. Many great scientists approached nature in just this spirit. Each of us, too, should strive to get over the bad vibes Darwin gave us about our bodies, and look at them in a new, positive way. Every part is good and useful and respectable because it was designed by a Genius and Artist. If you are embarrassed by male nipples and think they were some kind of mistake, you are disparaging the Creator. According to the Genesis account, God looked at man and everything He had created and said it was not only good, it was very good. Then God created woman and man said oo-la-la! where you been all my life, baby? It’s OK to feel good about your body the way God made it. A strong, manly chest is honorable and worthy of respect, no less the gentle curves of the woman’s bosom nursing a baby. For each sex, for every age, there is something to honor and cherish and be thankful for. Man or woman, boy or girl, God wants you to enjoy your body, nourish and cherish it, and use it for good. Let’s take off the Darwin glasses and begin again to have a constructive, positive, joyful view of life. 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Production Tips: 6 Ways to Manage Cords on Set
6. Use Clear Plastic BoxesImage via StacksandStacksOnce your cords are wrapped, store them neatly out of the way in clear plastic boxes and bags. Add labels to everything and they’ll be clear and accessible when needed.Have any other tips or tricks for managing cords on set? Share them in the comments below! A film set can become a busy place. Here are some helpful tricks to keep those cords tidy and out of the way.Top image via ShutterstockWhether it’s a DIY two-man shoot, corporate video set-up or feature film production, there will always be lots of wires connecting lights and cameras and outlets. We’ve compiled some of the best tips and tricks (and mantras) for cord management.1. LABEL, LABEL, LABELImage via AmazonLabel everything! Every cord, input and output should be accounted for in clear, easy-to-access letters. If everything is put together well enough, no one should ever ask what any cord is used for — it’ll say clearly for them to read.Ways of labeling include simple 3M Painter’s Tape, tag label stickers or portable printed label tags.2. Keep Them TogetherImage via ShutterstockAs much as possible, try and keep running cords tied together. You’d rather have one main line running down the middle of your set than several lines spread out for people to avoid. You can do this with tape, cord ties or Velcro (which can also help with labeling).3. Tape Them DownImage via WikipediaTaping down cables and cords is another helpful way to control the lines and keep them from scrunching up into foot-catching loops. When possible, the ideal line for each cord or bunch should be as out of the way as possible. Try lining against walls and avoiding walkways.Avoid duct tape as it can damage floors. Gaffer tape is ideal. Lay out your line, tape your beginning and end points, and apply tape as needed to keep the line secure in between. If on carpet, consider Velcro 4” Hook & Pile Tape for endless reusability.4. Go Wireless (When Possible)Image via VideolightingWith recent technological advances, wireless options are more and more in vogue on sets. Wireless boom mics are gaining popularity and can help your audio department tremendously. Consider LED lighting options when possible to simplify your set ups and provide greater accessibility.5. Wrap It Up (properly)When wires are not in use, be sure to keep them wrapped up and out of the way. For those still uncomfortable with how to wrap wires, watch one of the many videos online for practice.
UAAP: UE scores second straight win, stuns NU
Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH Nonong Araneta re-elected as PFF president BSP sees higher prices in November, but expects stronger peso, low rice costs to put up fight LATEST STORIES Fire hits houses in Mandaluyong City For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. Frontrow holds fun run to raise funds for young cancer patients Kammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasa UE’s second unit came up big late in the game and outscored NU’s core unit, 18-9, in the crucial moments of the match.Mark Olayon gave the Red Warriors a 14-point lead, 88-74, on an and-one play with 47 seconds left to play.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutUE head coach Derrick Pumaren said they have to start strong in the second half of the tournament if they hope of cracking the top four.“We thought about it the whole week that if we want to make a run we have to start the second round on a winning note,” said Pumaren. “The second round will be tighter and there’s no third round for us.” Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC View comments Read Next Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netUniversity of the East started off its second round campaign in glorious fashion after taking down National University, 90-77, to score back-to-back wins in the UAAP Season 80 men’s basketball tournament.The Red Warriors, who started the season 0-6, improved to 2-6 while the Bulldogs slipped to 3-5.ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Blue Eagles sweep Tamaraws for PVL men’s crown MOST READ “And I’m proud of the second group because we were able to give Alvin [Pasaol] his much needed rest. These guys were able to deliver and they held the fort for us.”Pasaol, after scoring 49 and 32 points in his previous two games, got his 4th foul late in the third quarter and finished the game with 11 points and 10 boards in 19 minutes of play.It was Olayon who topbilled UE’s offense with 17 points to go along six rebounds and eight assists while Wil Bartolome and Mark Maloles combined for 27 points to help the Red Warriors.Nick Abanto showed his grit underneath finishing with a 13-point, 11 rebound double-double for UE.Issa Gaye led NU with 20 points and 13 rebounds while J-Jay Alejandro almost came away with a triple-double walking off the floor with 16 points, eight rebounds, and 10 assists under his name.ADVERTISEMENT LOOK: Loisa Andalio, Ronnie Alonte unwind in Amanpulo for 3rd anniversary Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf PLAY LIST 01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games
Dubai sports channel bids to broadcast Morocco’s Football championship
Rabat– Dubai Sports officials announced their desire to buy the broadcast rights of some Albotola matches and Morocco’s Throne Cup.According to Al Massaa, Ali Khalifa Al-Ramthi, Dubai Channels group manager, wants to broadcast Albotola and throne cup on Dubai Sports.According to the same source, a significant number of Dubai sports viewers are from Morocco, and Ali Khalifa‘s attempt to broadcast Morocco’s football matches aims to increase the number of Moroccan viewers. Dubai Channels group manager met the National Television “SNRT” officials today in order to reach a final agreement that will entitle Dubai Sports to broadcast Moroccan football games for the 2014-2015 season.Edited by Jessica Rohan