These game-changing cameras changed the face of cinema, one frame at a time.Above photo of cinematographer Robert Richardson from the set of ‘The Hateful Eight’After roughly a century of cinema, we’ve seen countless looks appear on screen as a result of countless camera variations, each with their own pros and cons. Among so many types of cameras throughout film history, few have stood out. With the transition from film to digital currently in its final stages, now is a good time to look back at some of the most iconic or game-changing cameras in movie history.1. Bell & Howell 2709 Standard 35MMIn the early 20th century, one of the biggest faults in camera technology was a lack of standardization. Manufacturers had yet to establish a universal film size that could be played back at any theater, but Bell & Howell changed this when they decided to only manufacture their various camera and projection technology according to a 35mm film width format. By standardizing their already popular equipment, they standardized the entire motion picture industry.Image via iCollectorThe 2709 Standard 35mm was arguably their most historically significant model, as prior to its existence cameras were built with wood and leather. After filmmakers Martin and Osa Johnson lost their camera to termites and mildew in Africa, Bell & Howell released the first ever all metal movie camera, the 2709 Standard. By 1919, almost all Hollywood productions were using Bell & Howell equipment.2. Bolex H16While the Bolex H16 didn’t quite provide a level of image quality comparable to many on this list, it was nevertheless very important in film history. Bolex chose to take a step forward in the consumer industry by giving more people the opportunity to experiment with the medium.Image via LiveAuctioneersEventually one of the best-selling cameras of its time, this consumer-level 16mm camera was a choice tool for the young Steven Spielberg, and was a blessing for many other aspiring filmmakers that were looking for something reliable and versatile, yet still cinematic. Arguably the equivalent of the modern day DSLR, the H16 offered a stellar picture at a reasonable price.3. Super Panavision 70/Ultra Panavision 70 SystemsThe Super Panavision 70 is among the more recognizable names on this list, having provided some of the definitive cinematic experiences in movie history. One of the quintessential 70mm systems, this spherical lens-based camera system brought you classics such as West Side Story, Lawrence of Arabia, and 2001: A Space Odyssey. Image via EOSHDBoasting a simply massive image size that still exceeds that of most digital movies today, the Super Panavision 70 brought forth a sense of true scope and wonder synonymous with films such as Kubrick’s 2001. This camera’s anamorphic counterpart, the Ultra Panavision 70, is similarly recognized, and actually saw a recent resurrection for Quentin Tarantino’s western, The Hateful Eight.4. Sony HDW-F900The now industry-standard digital format is not as old as it may seem; at the turn of the century, the Sony HDW-F900 ushered in the digital era with the first (well known) all-digital production, Once Upon a Time in Mexico.Image via TheHDHouseGeorge Lucas worked with Sony to develop this camera for his upcoming Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones, but first showed it to director Robert Rodriguez, who would become the first to utilize it. Offering a resolution of only 1920X1080 that had to be cropped down to 1920X817 for widescreen, this camera showed that digital had a long way to go before surpassing the quality that film offered. With that being said, it also showed that digital was at least potentially viable in the future.5. RED ONEIf the Sony HDW-F900 highlighted the weaknesses of digital filmmaking, the RED ONE highlighted its strengths. Oakley owner Jim Jannard founded RED Cinema in 2005, and completed the company’s first camera, the RED ONE, in 2007.Image via VocasThe ONE was designed to revolutionize digital cinema, and did just that, as the first ever 4K-capable camera. Also offering high frame rates and surprisingly impressive low-light performance, the RED ONE made the digital platform seem a viable one for the first time. Since then, RED has excelled with many newer models that are constantly pushing the limits of what one can do on a budget.6. IMAXIMAX premiered to audiences is in the early 1970s, with a showing of Tiger Child in Osaka, Japan, and later, its first permanent installation in Toronto, Canada. Yielding an unforeseen film size three times larger than that of standard 70mm, IMAX is roughly the digital equivalent of a 12K image. Unfortunately, the size of the film stock limited the running time of an IMAX feature, and they are therefore mostly used to show documentaries in museums and the like.Image via MovieMailAs technology has progressed, a number of Hollywood productions have made it to IMAX screens, the first being Apollo 13. 6 years later, The Dark Knight was the first ever mainstream feature to actually shoot parts of the film with an IMAX camera. A handful of later films have used IMAX cameras, with The Dark Knight Rises holding a record of 72 minutes of IMAX footage. Star Wars: The Force Awakens is one of the more recent examples of brief IMAX use, featuring it during the Millennium Falcon chase scene on Jakku. The upcoming Avengers: Infinity War will be the first ever full-length feature shot entirely in IMAX.7. ARRI ALEXAThe ARRI ALEXA has become the final nail in the coffin for film. When ARRI, an established name and frontrunner of Hollywood film, made the transition to digital cinematography, it arguably marked the true start of the digital era. Up until 2010, digital movies were becoming increasingly prevalent, but still didn’t dominate all facets of the industry. Sony and RED were both excelling in digital cinema, but the ALEXA soon overcame them both to become by far the most common platform for digital shooting.Image via NoFilmSchoolThe ALEXA took digital to the point of exceeding most of the capabilities of film, even convincing acclaimed cinematographer and film lover Roger Deakins to make the switch and declare digital the future. With the stunning possibilities that the new ALEXA 65 showcased in The Revenant, it’s now more clear than ever that times are changing.The history of film has seen so many variations of camera technology that have almost all contributed something to the industry, but these cameras were able to stand out with true innovation that impacted cinema forever.What camera technology has furthered your own creativity? Let us know in the comments below.
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It is crucial you develop a theory as to why your dream client should change. If you are professionally, persistently pursuing their business, you need to know why they should consider doing something different—without you having to ask what’s keeping them up at night. In Chapter 2 of Eat Their Lunch: Winning Customers Away from Your Competition, you will find an easy to follow recipe for developing a general theory out of super-trends and their implications. From there, you can work on a more specific theory—or theories.Win customers away from your competition. Check out Eat Their LunchA General Theory About ChangeWhatever your company does, the founders had a theory about their ideal client and what problem they were solving for them. A medical device manufacturer starts with the broad theory that surgeons need knee joints and hip joints to help their patients. A software company creates a program to help a person or company do something they would otherwise have to do in a more limited format, maybe a format that makes it more challenging to create and impossible to share.Your company has a general theory about why it exists. The arguments in the prior paragraph are too broad and too vague to be useful in sales if you need to displace your competitor to win new business. In these cases, your dream client has already made the first decision, the decision to buy whatever it is you sell. Your theory has to be something more strategic.The trends that might compel that change are advancements in new technologies that are better and more comfortable and durable. Another trend might be that insurance companies pay more for better medical devices that reduce the overall cost of treatment and reducing recovery time. It might also be possible to reduce the time it takes to perform the procedure, allowing the surgeon to do multiple surgeries in the same day (the brain surgeon that removed my AVM did two operations at the same time).A more specific general theory, one that might cause a doctor to change from one manufacturer to another, might be a new substrate that is easier to use, that lasts longer, and speeds up the patient’s recovery time and allows them to best use their time in the medical facility. If the surgeon believes these outcomes are strategic, they might believe they’re worth exploring change. The conversation is more than discovery; it is exploration, where both sides walk away knowing more.Be More SpecificFrom the general theory, you can drill down to a much more specific theory. If you sell knee and hip joints, you might learn that some reasonably large percentage of surgeons are unhappy with the procedure required to install the medical device. The whole procedure is complicated enough, but something about the product they’re using makes it more complicated. After exploring change with a half dozen surgeons, you recognize that one more specific theory is that one type of surgery is more difficult because of the same process required by the device.That is only one theory. Maybe you find out that the devices don’t last as long as you would want them to, and that they cause a lot of patients to suffer and complain. You now have another specific theory as to why your dream client should change.How You Get from the Trends to ChangeBy sharing the fact that there are new materials, you can work towards a conversation about how long patients with the old material are able to go longer without having to undergo another surgery versus patients using new materials. The trend is towards new materials, and this point is made more powerful if you show other new materials in addition to the new material you use in your device. The trend is neutral; it’s true whether it’s your device or some other made of new material.The Value of Stockpiling SpecificsIt takes time and effort to build a territory and account plan. To prospect effectively, you need a general theory about why your dream client should change. You need a more specific theory to explore the reason your dream client should change. As you go through the process of having these sales conversations, you move closer to the particular approach that is most compelling to your prospective client.As you work to discover the different specific reasons your dream clients change what they are doing, you become aware of the factors that allow you to quickly get to compelling reasons your dream client should do something different. If you were to take a piece of paper and write down the general theory your business was created, you’d have something comprehensive.As you pay attention to the trends that are going to impact your clients and prospects, you’ll start to discover more specific theories, like the one I used in ETL about 11,000 baby boomers retiring every day and the lack of people to backfill their roles—and their skills. For some prospects, that trend might provide a theory that they should build a training program to replace the Boomers with Gen X or Millennials or Gen Z. For another, the theory might be attracting the retirees to bring their knowledge and experience into their new business as a way to speed up their results.You need a good general theory about what your dream client should change, but as you sell, you should be more specific. Essential Reading! 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Rio de Janeiro, Aug 19 (PTI) His dream of representing the country in Rio Olympics shattered after a verdict of the CAS, a devastated Narsingh Yadav today said that he will do everything to prove his innocence. In a stunning reversal of fortunes, wrestler Narsingh was ousted from the Olympics yesterday and slapped with a four-year ban for flunking a dope test after the ad hoc division of Court of Arbitration for Sports overturned the clean chit given to him by the National Anti-Doping Agency. “To say I am devastated at the decision of CAS would be putting it mildly. I have gone through so much over the last two months off the mat but the thought of fighting for the glory of the nation at the Games had kept me going. My dream of competing and winning the country a medal at the Rio Olympics has been cruelly snatched away from me twelve hours before my first bout,” Narsingh, who was to fight in mens 74kg category, said. “But I will do everything it takes to prove my innocence. It is all I have left to fight for,” he said in a statement issued by his sponsors JSW Sports. The statement said that a review of the decision could be filed if further evidence is found pertaining to the claim of sabotage made by Narsingh. “We will be pressing for a review of the decision that WADA would be amenable to if further evidence is found pertaining to sabotage,” it said. “JSW Sports strongly believes in Narsinghs innocence and will stand by the wrestler in doing everything to fight for justice,” it added. The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) had appealed against the NADA all-clear to Narsingh at the ad hoc division of the CAS at Rio, three days ahead of his scheduled opening bout at the Olympics. More PTI PDS PDSadvertisement
The Pakistan Cricket Board has filed an appeal seeking a life ban on disgraced national team batsman, Khalid Latif, who was banned for five years and fined one million rupees for spot fixing.PCB’s legal advisor, Tafazzul Rizvi, said they had filed an appeal with the independent adjudicator, seeking a life ban on Latif.”We are not satisfied with the five-year ban and volume of fine. Our policy is clear that we have zero tolerance for players found guilty of corruption,” he said.”We don’t want to see players who are found guilty on all counts under the anti-corruption code to play again. We want to make an example for others.”Latif and batsman Sharjeel Khan were both found guilty by a three-member anti-corruption tribunal for spot fixing and other breaches of the anti-corruption code.The duo were suspended and sent back from Dubai in February after meeting a suspected bookmaker and allegedly agreeing to spot fix for him.The tribunal banned Sharjeel for five years, suspending half of his sentence and didn’t fine him.But in Latif’s case, the tribunal, headed by a former Lahore High Court didn’t show any relaxation at all.While the tribunal found Sharjeel and Latif guilty on all counts of charges brought against them by the PCB, in Latif’s case, he was found guilty of one additional charge, which was that he had instigated his team-mate to indulge in spot fixing.Sharjeel has already filed an appeal against his ban with the independent adjudicator, but there is no word from Latif so far.advertisementBut Latif and his lawyer, since the start of the tribunal proceedings, have alleged that it was biased against them and they had not been given a fair hearing.Latif’s lawyer has also filed a petition in the higher court against the tribunal proceedings and ban.In Pakistan’s cricket history only one player — former Test batsman Salim Malik — has been banned for life on match-fixing charges way back in 2000.
Kidambi Srikanth, PV Sindhu, Saina Nehwal and HS Prannoy, all made it to the semi-finals of the National Badminton Championships on Monday in a day that was dominated by the top seeds.The big-ticket semi-final on Tuesday will be the men’s singles match between world No.2 Srikanth and former Junior world No.1 Lakshya SenThe in-form Srikanth earned a hard-fought 21-17, 23-21 victory over eighth seed Shubham Prajapati.While Srikanth began the match slowly, he picked up pace quickly in the first game to eke out an easy first game win.In the second game, Prajapati opened up an early 5-1 lead and despite some fightback from Srikanth, the eighth seed went into the break with an 11-9 advantage.Prajapati proved a tough nut to crack for Srikanth as the French Open winner struggled to level 18-18. From there Srikanth saved two game points and showed why he is the top seed to pick up two quick points to win 23-21.Lakshya Sen, on the other hand, was on his way to beat Jayaram in the first game before a heel injury forced the world No.22 to retire and Sen set up a mouth-watering match against Srikanth.The other men’s singles semi-final will be between Prannoy and Subhankar Dey.While Prannoy edged past Parupalli Kashyap 22-20, 21-19 in 39 minutes, Subhankar stunned B Sai Praneeth coming from a game down to win the match 13-21, 21-18, 22-20.In the women’s singles, PV Sindhu steamrolled over Shriyanshi Pardeshi 21-11, 21-17 in just 30 minutes to set up a semi-final clash with Ruthvika Shivani, who earlier beat Rasika Raje 21-14, 21-5.advertisementSaina Nehwal too hardly broke a sweat and east past Aakarshi Kashyap 21-17, 21-10 in 33 minutes to enter the semi-final. Nehwal will take on Anura Prabhudesai, who entered the semis with a 21-19, 21-9 victory over Saili Rane.In the doubles category, all the top seeds made it to the quarter-finals.Both Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Ashwini Ponappa and Pranaav Jerry Chopra and N Sikki Reddy will play tomorrow in the mixed doubles semi-finals and if they win, they will face each other in the final.On the other hand, Ponappa and Sikki will play together in the semi-finals of the women’s doubles against Aparna Balan and Sruthi KP.In the men’s doubles, both the top seed Satwik and Chirag Shetty and no.2 seed Manu Attri and B Sumeeth Reddy made it to the semis and the top pairs have a possibility of playing each other in the final, should they cross the first hurdle tomorrow.
Eindhoven (Netherlands), Oct 25 (AFP) Mauricio Pochettino conceded Tottenham Hotspur will need little short of a miracle to get past the group stage after the Premier League giants’ Champions League hopes were dented by a 2-2 draw away to PSV Eindhoven.With no points from their opening two Group B fixtures, this was make-or-break for both Spurs and PSV at the Philips Stadion on Wednesday.A dominant Spurs looked to have the points wrapped up after England striker Harry Kane nodded past Jeroen Zoet to give the visitors a 55th-minute lead having seen Lucas Moura level Hirving Lozano’s 30th-minute opener for PSV minutes before the interval.But when Lozano threatened to catch a through ball in the 78th minute, Spurs ‘keeper Hugo Lloris came rushing out of his goal and caught the Mexican winger with his knee.The French World Cup winner was immediately shown a red card, with Spurs manager Mauricio Pocchettino taking off Heung-Min Son for second-choice ‘keeper Michel Vorm.Vorm’s first task was to push away a superb free-kick at the base of the post, only to be caught ball-watching when De Jong poked a loose ball past him with three minutes left on the clock.It saw Spurs locked with PSV on one point in Group B, five points behind Barcelona and Inter Milan, who play later Wednesday.”In the end (it was) a draw and (it leaves us) with the minimum possibility to go to the next stage of the Champions League,” Pochettino told BT Sport.advertisement”We’ll see what happens now with Barcelona and Inter Milan. One point after three games — it will be so difficult.”If you score more goals, at the end you’re going to win the game. That’s why we’re so disappointed. It’s a game that you must win.” A fast start saw Tottenham quickly take control and in the 18th minute Kane saw a great header come off post and crossbar following a corner from the right.Yet the Londoners were stunned on the half hour when Toby Alderweireld panicked on a backpass from Davinson Sanchez as Lozano applied the pressure.Despite Alderweireld running back to block, Lozano’s effort deflected off the Belgian’s boot to send the ball over a rooted Lloris.Tottenham looked to be back on level terms minutes later when, from a corner, Sanchez fired a rebound from Alderweireld’s header past Zoet from inside a packed area.But somehow the goal was ruled offside. Although Kane was in an offside position, the England striker made no attempt to play the ball.Spurs made amends almost immediately, Christian Eriksen splitting the PSV defence to set up Kieran Trippier for a crisp cross that Lucas fired first-time past Zoet via a deflection.Tottenham were thankful moments later when Pereiro dribbled past Alderweireld to prod an effort off Lloris’s bar.But Spurs continued to be the better team.Zoet came to the rescue to deny Eriksen after he was set up by Trippier and the Dane made amends soon after with a superb delivery that saw Kane nod past Zoet at the back post.Despite Spurs’ dominance, the depleted Londoners were made to pay in the final minutes when De Jong pounced in a packed area to poke past Vorm. (AFP) APAAPA
Arsenal Ramsey won’t give up on Champions League place Alex Fisher 20:06 3/2/18 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) Getty Images Arsenal Premier League Arsenal v Manchester City Manchester City The midfielder says Arsenal must finish the 2017-18 season with a 100 per cent record if they want to claim a top-four finish Arsenal have to win their final 10 Premier League games to have any chance of finishing in the top four and qualifying for the Champions League, says Aaron Ramsey.Thursday’s 3-0 defeat to Manchester City – their third loss in four league matches – left the Gunners 10 points adrift of fourth-placed Tottenham and represented a second beating in five days against City following Sunday’s thrashing at Wembley in the Carabao Cup final.Despite their latest disappointment, Ramsey refused to give up on qualifying for Europe’s elite club competition and still harbours hopes of getting their hands on the Europa League trophy. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Megan Rapinoe: Born & brilliant in the U.S.A. A Liverpool legend in the making: Behind Virgil van Dijk’s remarkable rise to world’s best player “No, [we’re not giving up on the top four] because mathematically it’s still possible,” he told the club’s official website .”There’s 10 games left now so we have to really win every single one of them.”That’s our target. Hopefully we can finish in the top four with the Europa League trophy as well. “Considering the situation that we’re in at the moment, that would be a very successful season for us. “Things in football happen so quickly. There’s so much to play for, so hopefully we can win all our remaining games. It’ll be tough but that’s what we have to do.”The Gunners have lost to City three times this season, but Ramsey does not believe Pep Guardiola’s side have become a bogey team.He said: “We’ve had some good results against Manchester City at home over the past few years.”This season, they seem to have kicked on again. It’s no coincidence that they’re top of the league. They’re playing some fantastic football and they have so much quality.”It’s one of those things where we have to just go again to start to pick up momentum on Sunday.Arsenal travel to Brighton & Hove Albion in the Premier League on Sunday, before facing AC Milan in the Europa League last 16.Confidence is a clear issue for Arsenal, but manager Arsene Wenger is trying to remain focused on the next game, despite their recent form struggles.”You go up by stairs but come down by the lift,” an enigmatic Wenger said of his side’s problems. “We go through a difficult patch, that’s football.”I don’t compare it to any other situation I face before. I commit completely and stay committed and focus on the next game.” Check out Goal’s Premier League 2019-20 fantasy football podcast for game tips, debate and rivalries.
About the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your say Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly buzzing: I do this for our fansby Carlos Volcanoa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveNapoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly was floating after their victory over Champions League opponents Liverpool.Koulibaly was outstanding for the 2-0 win.He said at the final whistle: “I arrived late to pre-season training as I was at the Africa Cup of Nations and Kostas Manolas had joined a new team, so it took us a while to learn how to play together and we conceded a lot of goals, but we’re improving.“I try to give 110 per cent to these fans, as they give me so much love and I want to repay them. “I throw myself into challenge for them, as I want to take the Napoli colours to the top, so it fills my heart when they cheer for me.”
Contracts for the programme’s implementation were signed by JSIF Managing Director, Omar Sweeney, and representatives of partner non-governmental organisations (NGOs) that will work with community stakeholders, during a ceremony at the agency’s head office in New Kingston on Tuesday (September 18). The target communities include Denham Town, West Kingston; Waterhouse, St. Andrew; Portmore, Spanish Town and Bog Walk, St. Catherine; Lionel Town, Clarendon; and Granville and Tucker, St. James. Story Highlights At-risk youth between eight and 25 years of age who reside in volatile and vulnerable communities in five parishes are to benefit from the Jamaica Social Investment Fund’s (JSIF) implementation of an $18-million behaviour change programme over the next eight months. At-risk youth between eight and 25 years of age who reside in volatile and vulnerable communities in five parishes are to benefit from the Jamaica Social Investment Fund’s (JSIF) implementation of an $18-million behaviour change programme over the next eight months.The target communities include Denham Town, West Kingston; Waterhouse, St. Andrew; Portmore, Spanish Town and Bog Walk, St. Catherine; Lionel Town, Clarendon; and Granville and Tucker, St. James.Contracts for the programme’s implementation were signed by JSIF Managing Director, Omar Sweeney, and representatives of partner non-governmental organisations (NGOs) that will work with community stakeholders, during a ceremony at the agency’s head office in New Kingston on Tuesday (September 18).The Behaviour Modification Initiative/Community-based Behaviour Change Programme, which forms part of phase four of the European Union (EU)-funded Poverty Reduction Programme (PRP IV), aims to reduce deviant behaviour among the target beneficiaries through a range of social services and interventions.These include conflict resolution, mentorship, the performing arts, sports, and training and soft skills development for employment.Each parish will be allocated $3.6 million of the earmarked $18 million, to undertake activities.This will be supplemented by communities’ contributions, facilitated by NGOs through various inputs, totalling $1.8 million.These entities include the Multicare Youth Foundation, Family and Parenting Centre, Women Media Watch Jamaica, University of the West Indies Social Welfare Training Centre, and Peace and Love in Society (PALS).In his address, Mr. Sweeney said that the behaviour-modification project is consistent with the country’s long-term National Development Plan – Vision 2030 Jamaica, specifically Goal #1, of ensuring that “Jamaicans are Empowered to Achieve their Fullest Potential”.“I’m happy that [the] focus will be on behaviour modification and that this funding will support the work you, the NGOs, do every day,” he added.Social Officer at JSIF, Taneisha Stoney, said the NGOs will partner with grassroots entities, such as community development councils, community-based organisations and youth clubs, to implement various programmes, which are expected to get under way on Wednesday (September 19).She said it is anticipated that these interventions will yield that 15 per cent reduction deviant behaviour target under goal four of the PRP.Meanwhile, JSIF Project Manager, Celia Dillon, said the agency welcomed the EU’s ongoing grant support, through which “we are able to help you fund another cycle of your programmes… because they are extremely important in our… fight [to reduce] poverty”.
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Macy (“Shameless”)Jeffrey Tambor (“Transparent”)Comedy ActressPamela Adlon (“Better Things”)Tracee Ellis-Ross (“black-ish”)Jane Fonda (“Grace and Frankie”)Lily Tomlin (“Grace and Frankie”)Allison Janney (“Mom”)Ellie Kemper (“Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt”)Julia Louis-Dreyfus (“Veep”)Limited Series“Big Little Lies” (HBO)“Fargo” (FX)“Feud: Bette and Joan” (FX)“The Night Of” (HBO)“Genius” (National Geographic)Limited Series ActorRiz Ahmed (“The Night Of”)Benedict Cumberbatch (“Sherlock: The Lying Detective”)Robert De Niro (“The Wizard of Lies”)Ewan McGregor (“Fargo”)Geoffrey Rush (“Genius”)John Turturro (“The Night Of”)Limited Series ActressCarrie Coon (“Fargo”)Felicity Huffman (“American Crime”)Nicole Kidman (“Big Little Lies”)Jessica Lange (“Feud”)Susan Sarandon (“Feud”)Reese Witherspoon (“Big Little Lies”)Supporting Actor in a Drama SeriesJohn Lithgow (“The Crown”)Jonathan Banks (“Better Call Saul”)Mandy Patinkin (“Homeland”)Michael Kelly (“House of Cards”)David Harbour (“Stranger Things”)Ron Cephas Jones (“This Is Us”)Jeffrey Wright (“Westworld”)Supporting Actress in a Drama SeriesAnn Dowd (“The Handmaid’s Tale”)Samira Wiley (“The Handmaid’s Tale”)Uzo Aduba (“Orange Is the New Black”)Millie Bobby Brown (“Stranger Things”)Chrissy Metz (“This Is Us”)Thandie Newton (“Westworld”)Supporting Actor in a Comedy SeriesAlec Baldwin (“Saturday Night Live”)Louie Anderson (“Baskets”)Ty Burrell (“Modern Family”)Tituss Burgess (“Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt”)Tony Hale (“Veep”)Matt Walsh (“Veep”)Supporting Actress in a Comedy SeriesKate McKinnon (“Saturday Night Live”)Vanessa Bayer (“Saturday Night Live”)Leslie Jones (“Saturday Night Live”)Anna Chlumsky (“Veep”)Judith Light (“Transparent”)Kathryn Hahn (“Transparent”)Variety Talk Series“Full Frontal With Samantha Bee” (TBS)“Jimmy Kimmel Live!” (ABC)“Last Week Tonight With John Oliver” (HBO)“The Late Late Show With James Corden” (CBS)“Real Time With Bill Maher” (HBO)“The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” (CBS)Reality Competition“The Amazing Race” (CBS)“American Ninja Warrior” (NBC)“Project Runway” (Lifetime)“RuPaul’s Drag Race” (vh1)“Top Chef” (Bravo)“The Voice” (NBC)Television Movie“Black Mirror: San Junipero” (Netflix)“Dolly Parton’s Christmas Of Many Colors: Circle Of Love” (NBC)“The Immortal Life Of Henrietta Lacks” (HBO)“Sherlock: The Lying Detective (Masterpiece)” (PBS)“The Wizard Of Lies” (HBO)Variety Sketch Series“Billy On The Street” (truTV)“Documentary Now!” (IFC)“Drunk History” (Comedy Central)“Portlandia” (IFC)“Saturday Night Live” (NBC)“Tracey Ullman’s Show” (HBO)Structured Reality Program“Antiques Roadshow” (PBS)“Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives” (Food Network)“Fixer Upper” (HGTV)“Lip Sync Battle” (Spike TV)“Shark Tank” (ABC)“Who Do You Think You Are” (TLC)Unstructured Reality Program“Born This Way” (A&E)“Deadliest Catch” (Discovery Channel)“Gaycation With Ellen Page” (Viceland)“Intervention” (A&E)“RuPaul’s Drag Race: Untucked” (YouTube)“United Shades Of America: With W. Kamau Bell” (CNN)Host for a Reality/Reality-Competition ProgramAlec Baldwin (“Match Game”)W. Kamau Bell (“United Shades Of America With W. Kamau Bell)RuPaul Charles (“RuPaul’s Drag Race)Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn (“Project Runway)Gordon Ramsay (“MasterChef Junior)Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg (“Martha & Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party”)Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or MovieBill Camp (“The Night Of”)Alfred Molina (“Feud: Bette and Joan”)Alexander Skarsgård (“Big Little Lies”)David Thewlis (“Fargo”)Stanley Tucci (“Feud: Bette and Joan”)Michael K. Williams (“The Night Of”)Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or MovieJudy Davis (“Feud: Bette and Joan”)Laura Dern (“Big Little Lies”)Jackie Hoffman (“Feud: Bette and Joan”)Regina King (“American Crime”)Michelle Pfeiffer (“The Wizard of Lies”)Shailene Woodley (“Big Little Lies”)Directing for a Comedy SeriesDonald Glover (“Atlanta”)Jamie Babbit (“Silicon Valley”)Mike Judge (“Silicon Valley”)Morgan Sackett (“Veep”)David Mandel (“Veep”)Dale Stern (“Veep”)Directing for a Drama SeriesVince Gilligan (“Better Call Saul”)Stephen Daldry (“The Crown”)Reed Morano (“The Handmaid’s Tale”)Kate Dennis (“The Handmaid’s Tale”)Lesli Linka Glatter (“Homeland”)The Duffer Brothers (“Stranger Things”)Jonathan Nolan (“Westworld”)Directing for a Limited Series, Movie or Dramatic SpecialJean-Marc Vallee (“Big Little Lies”)Noah Hawley (“Fargo”)Ryan Murphy (“Feud: Bette & Joan”)Ron Howard (“Genius”)James Marsh (“The Night Of”)Steve Zaillian (“The Night Of”)Directing for a Variety SeriesDerek Waters & Jeremy Konner (“Drunk History”)Andy Fisher (Jimmy Kimmel Live”)Paul Pennolino (“Last Week Tonight with John Oliver”)Jim Hoskinson (“The Late Show with Stephen Colbert”)Don Roy King (“Saturday Night Live”)Directing for a Variety Special Paul Pennolino (“Full Frontal with Samantha Bee Presents Not The White House Correspondents’ Dinner”)Glenn Weiss (“The Oscars”)Jim Hoskinson (“Stephen Colbert’s Live Election Night Democracy’s Series Finale: Who’s Going to Clean Up This Sh*t?”)Jerry Foley (“Tony Bennett Celebrates 90: The Best is Yet to Come”)Directing for a Nonfiction ProgramAlexis Bloom and Fisher Stevens (“Bright Lights: Starring Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds”)Ezra Edelman (“O.J.: Made in America”)Fredi Devas (“Planet Earth II”)Elizabeth White (“Planet Earth II”)Ava DuVernay (“13th”)Writing for a Comedy SeriesDonald Glover (“Atlanta”)Stephen Glover (“Atlanta”)Aziz Ansari and Lena Waithe (“Master of None”)Alec Berg (“Silicon Valley”)Billy Kimball (“Veep”)David Mandel (“Veep”)Writing for a Drama SeriesJoe Weisberg and Joel Fields (“The Americans”)Gordon Smith (“Better Call Saul”)Peter Morgan (“The Crown”)Bruce Miller (“The Handmaid’s Tale”)The Duffer Brothers (“Stranger Things”)Lisa Joy and Jonathan Nolan (“Westworld”)Writing for a Limited Series, Movie or DramaDavid E. Kelley (“Big Little Lies”)Charlie Brooker (“Black Mirror: San Junipero”)Noah Hawley (“Fargo”)Ryan Murphy (“Feud: Bette and Joan”)Jaffe Cohen, Michael Zam and Ryan Murphy (“Feud: Bette and Joan”)Richard Price and Steven Zaillian (“The Night Of”)Writing for a Variety Series Jo Miller, Samantha Bee, Ashley Nicole Black, Pat Cassels, Eric Drysdae, Mathan Erhardt, Travon Free, Joe Grossman, Miles Kahn, Melinda Taub & Jason Reich (“Full Frontal with Samantha Bee”)Kevin Avery, Tim Carvell, Josh Gondelman, Dan Gurewitch, Geoff Haggerty, Jeff Maurer, John Oliver, Scott Sherman, Will Tracy, Jill Twiss & Juli Weiner (“Last Week Tonight with John Oliver”)Jermaine Affonso, Alex Baze, Bryan Donaldson, Sal Gentile, Matt Goldich, Dina Gusovky, Jenny Hagel, Allison Hord, Mike Karnell, John Lutz, Seth Meyers, Ian Morgan, Seth Reiss, Amber Ruffin, Mike Scollins, Mike Shoemaker & Ben Warheit (“Late Night with Seth Meyers”)Barry Julien, Jay Katsir, Opus Moreschi, Stephen Colbert, Tom Purcell, Matt Lappin, Michael Brumm, Nate Charny, Aaron Cohen, Cullen Crawford, Paul Dinello, Ariel Dumas, Glenn Eichler, Django Gold, Gabe Gronli, Daniel Kibblesmith, Michael Pielocik, Kate Sidley, Jen Spyra, Brian Stack & John Thibodeaux (“The Late Show with Stephen Colbert”)Chris Kelly, Sarah Schneider, Kent Sublette, Bryan Tucker, Pete Schultz, James Anderson, Kristen Bartlett, Jeremy Beiler, Zach Bornstein, Joanna Bradley, Megan Callahan, Michael Che, Anna Drezen, Fran Gillespie, Sudi Green, Steve Higgins, Colin Jost, Erik Kenward, Rob Klein, Nick Kocher, Dave McCary, Brian McElhaney, Dennis McNicholas, Drew Michael, Lorne Michaels, Josh Patten, Katie Rich, Streeter Seidell, Will Stephen & Julio Torres (“Saturday Night Live”)Writing for a Variety SpecialSamantha Bee, Jo Miller, Ashley Nicole Black, Patt Cassels, Eric Drysdale, Mathan Erhardt, Travon Free, Joe Grossman, Miles Kahn & Melinda Taub (“Full Frontal with Samantha Bee Presents Not the White House Correspondents’ Dinner”)Louis C.K. (“Louis C.K. 2017”)Sarah Silverman (“Sarah Silverman: A Speck of Dust”)Jay Katsir, Opus Moreschi, Stephen Colbert, Michael Brumm, Nate Charny, Aaron Cohen, Cullen Crawford, Paul Dinello, Rob Dubbin, Ariel Dumas, Glenn Eichler, Django Gold, Gabe Gronli, Barry Julien, Daniel Kibblesmith, Matt Lappin, Michael Pielocik, Tom Purcell, Kate Sidley, Jen Spyra, Brian Stack & John Thibodeaux (“Stephen Colbert’s Live Election Night Democracy’s Series Finale: Who’s Going to Clean Up This Sh*t?”)Dave Boone, Mike Gibbons, Lauren Greenberg, Ian Karmel, Ben Winston & Justin Shanes (“70th Annual Tony Awards”)Writing for a Nonfiction ProgramMatthew Hamachek and Brian McGinn (“Amanda Knox”)Anthony Bourdain (“Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown”)Mark Monroe (“The Beatles: Eight Days a Week – The Touring Years”)Prashanth Venkataramanujam, CeCe Pleasants, Sanden Totten, Mike Drucker & Flora Lichtman (“Bill Nye Saves the World”)Ava DuVernay & Spencer Averick (“13th”)stst Actor in a Comedy SeriesRiz Ahmed (“Girls” — “All I Ever Wanted”)Matthew Rhys (“Girls” — “American Bitch”)Dave Chappelle (“Saturday Night Live” — “Host: Dave Chappelle”)Lin-Manuel Miranda (“Satuday Night Live” — “Host: Lin-Manuel Miranda”)Tom Hanks (“Saturday Night Live” — “Host: Tom Hanks”)Hugh Laurie (“Veep” — “Blurb”)Guest Actor in a Drama SeriesBen Mendelsohn (“Bloodline” — “Part 32”)BD Wong (“Mr. Robot” — “eps2.3_logic-b0mb.hc”)Hank Azaria (“Ray Donovan” — “Norman Saves the World”)Denis O’Hare (“This Is Us” — “Last Christmas”)Brian Tyree Henry (“This Is Us” — “Memphis”)Gerald McRaney (“This Is Us” — “The Big Day”)Guest Actress in a Comedy SeriesWanda Sykes (“Black-ish” — “Lemons”)Carrie Fisher (“Catastrophe” — “Episode 6”)Becky Ann Baker (“Girls” — “Gummies”)Angela Bassett (“Master of None” — “Thanksgiving”)Kristen Wiig (“Saturday Night Live” — “Host: Kristen Wiig”)Melissa McCarthy (“Saturday Night Live” — “Host: Melissa McCarthy”)Guest Actress in a Drama SeriesAlison Wright (“The Americans” — “The Soviet Division”)Alexis Bledel (“The Handmaid’s Tale” — “Late”)Cicely Tyson (“How to Get Away with Murder” — “Go Cry Somewhere Else”)Ann Dowd (“The Leftovers” — “The Most Powerful Man In The World (And His Identical Twin Brother)”)Laverne Cox (“Orange is the New Black” — “Doctor Psycho”)Shannon Purser (“Stranger Things” — “Chapter Three: Jolly, Holly”)Character Voice-Over Performance Dee Bradley Baker (“American Dad!”)Kevin Kline (“Bob’s Burgers”)Kristen Schaal (“BoJack Horseman”)Mo Collins (“F is for Family”)Seth MacFarlane (“Family Guy”)Nancy Cartwright (“The Simpsons”)Animated Program “Archer” (FX Networks)“Bob’s Burgers” (FOX)“Elena and the Secret of Avalor (Sofia the First)” (Disney Channel)“The Simpsons” (FOX)“South Park” (Comedy Central)Short Form Animated Program“Adventure Time” (Cartoon Network)“Disney Mickey Mouse” (Disney Channel)Marvel’s Rocket & Groot (“Disney XD App)“Steven Universe” (Cartoon Network)“Teen Titans Go!” (Cartoon Network)Production Design for a Narrative Contemporary or Fantasy Program (One Hour or More)Julie Berghoff, Evan Webber & Sophie Neudorfer (“The Handmaid’s Tale”)Jonathan McKinstry, Jo Riddell & Philip Murphy (“Penny Dreadful”)Zack Grobler, Steve Christensen & Julie Ochipinti (“Westworld”)Nathan Crowley, Naaman Marshall & Julie Ochipinti (“Westworld”)Ludovica Ferrario, Alexandro Maria Santucci & Laura Casalini (“The Young Pope”)Production Design for a Narrative Period Program (One Hour or More)Martin Childs, Mark Raggett & Celia Bobak (“The Crown”)Judy Becker, Jamie McCall & Florencia Martin (“Feud: Bette and Joan”)Drew Boughton, Dawn Swiderski & Jon Lancaster (“The Man in the High Castle”)Elizabeth H. Gray, Samantha Englender, Halina Siwolop (“Masters of Sex”)Chris Trujillo, William Davis & Jess Royal (“Stranger Things”)Production Design for a Narrative Program (Half-Hour or Less)John Shaffner, Francoise Cherry-Cohen & Ann Shea (“The Big Bang Theory”)Devorah Herbert, Ben Edelberg & Christopher Carlson (“Grace and Frankie”)Tommaso Ortino, Susanna Codognato & Letizia Santucci (“Mozart in the Jungle”)Richard Toyon, Jaclyn Hauser & Jennifer Mueller (“Silicon Valley”)Cat Smith, Macie Vener & Dea Johnson (“Transparent”)Jim Gloster, Andrew Leitch & Kimberly Wannop (“Veep”)Production Design for a Variety, Nonfiction, Reality or Reality-Competition SeriesJames Pearse Connelly, Lydia Smyth & Stephanie Hines Trigg (“Bill Nye Saves the World”)Chloe Arbiture, Monica Soto & Rae Deslich (“Drunk History”)Schuyler Telleen & Katherine Isom (“Portlandia”)Eugene Lee, Akira Yoshimura, Keith Ian Raywood & N. Joseph DeTullio (“Saturday Night Live”)Anton Goss, James Pearse Connelly, Zeya Maurer, Brittany MacWhorter & Stephanie Hines (“The Voice”)Production Design for a Variety Nonfiction, Event or Award SpecialJohn Yeck (“Full Frontal with Samanta Bee Presents Not The White House Correspondents’ Dinner”)Brian Stonestreet & John Zuiker (“74th Annual Golden Globes”)Derek McLane, Joe Celli & Jason Howard (“Hairspray Live!”)Derek McLane & Alana Billingsley (“The Oscars”)Bruce Rodgers, LeRoy Bennett, Shelley Rodgers & Lindsey Breslauer (“Super Bowl LI Halftime Show Starring Lady Gaga”)Casting for a Comedy SeriesAlexa L. Fogel, Tara Feldstein Bennett & Chase Paris (“Atlanta”)Cody Beke & Teresa Razzauti (“Master of None”)Jeanne McCarthy, Nicole Abellera Hallman & Leslie Woo (“Silicon Valley”)Eyde Belasco (“Transparent”)Dorian Frankel & Sibby Kirchgessner (“Veep”)Casting for a Drama SeriesNina Gold & Robert Sterne (“The Crown”)Russell Scott, Sharon Bialy & Sherry Thomas (“The Handmaid’s Tale”)Carmen Cuba, Tara Feldstein Bennett & Chase Paris (“Stranger Things”)Bernard Telsey & Tiffany Little Canfield (“This Is Us”)John Papsidera (“Westworld”)Casting for a Limited Series, Movie or Special David Rubin (“Big Little Lies”)Rachel Tenner, Jackie Lind & Stephanie Goran (“Fargo”)Robert J. Ulrich & Eric Dawson (“Feud: Bette and Joan”)Avy Kaufman & Sabrina Hyman (“The Night Of”)Ellen Chenoweth (“The Wizard of Lies”)Casting for a Reality ProgramSasha Alpert & Megan Sleeper (“Born This Way”)Sasha Alpert, Alissa Haight & Jen DeMartino (“Project Runway”)Doron Ofir (“RuPaul’s Drag Race”)Lynne Spiegel Spillman (“Survivor”)Michelle McNulty, Holly Dale & Courtney Burns (“The Voice)Choreography Derek Hough (“Dancing with the Stars”)Mandy Moore (“Dancing with the Stars”)Fred Tallaksen (“The Real O’Neals”)Travis Wall (“So You Think You Can Dance”)Mandy Moore (“So You Think You Can Dance”)Cinematography for a Multi-Camera SeriesJoseph Wilmond Calloway (“K.C. Undercover”)Donald A. Morgan (“The Ranch”)Gary Baum (” Superior Donuts”)Christian La Fountaine (“2 Broke Girls”)Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series (Half-Hour)Rodney Taylor (“Ballers”)Reed Morano (“Divorce”)Tobias Datum (“Mozart in the Jungle”)Tim Suhrstedt (“Silicon Valley”)Jim Frohna (“Transparent”)David Miller (“Veep”)Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series (One Hour)Adriano Goldman (“The Crown”)Colin Watkinson (“The Handmaid’s Tale”)James Hawkinson (“The Man in the High Castle”)Tod Campbell (Mr. Robot”)John Toll (“Sense8”)Tim Ives (“Stranger Things”)Paul Cameron (“Westworld”)Cinematography for a Limited Series or MovieYves Bélanger (“Big Little Lies”)Seamus McGarvey (“Black Mirror: Nosedive”)Dana Gonzales (“Fargo”)Fred Elmes (“The Night Of”0Luca Bigazzi (“The Young Pope”)Cinematography for a Nonfiction ProgramTodd Lieber & Zach Zamboni (“Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown”)Will Basanta (“Chef’s Table”)Nick Higgins (“O.J.: Made In America”)Cinematography Team (“Planet Earth II: Cities”)Cinematography Team (“Planet Earth II: Islands”)Hans Charles & Kira Kelly (“13th”)Cinematography for a Reality ProgramPeter Rieveschl, Alan Weeks, Petr Cikhart, Ryan O’Donnell & Joshua Gitersonke (“The Amazing Race”)Bruce Ready (“Born This Way”)David Reichert, Dave Arnold, Kelvon Agee, Josh Thomas & Todd Stanley (“Deadliest Catch”)Mike Cheeseman, John Griber, Simeon Houtman, Terry Pratt, Danny Day & Ben Mullin (“Life Below Zero”)Cinematography Team (“Survivor”)Commercial John X Hannes & Smuggler (“Calling JohnMalkovich.com – Squarespace”)R/GA & Tool of North America (“Love Cam – Ad Coucil: Love Has No Labels”)R/GA & MJZ (“We Are America – Ad Council: Love Has No Labels”)McGarry Bowen & Hungry Man Productions (“Why I March – Women’s March on Washington”)72 and Sunny & Hecho en 72 (“Year in Search 2016 – Google”)Period/ Fantasy Costumes for a Series, Limited Series, or MovieMichele Clapton, Alex Fordham, Emma O’Loughlin & Kate O’Farrell (“The Crown”)Lou Eyrich, Hannah Jacobs & Katie Saunders (“Feud: Bette and Joan”)Sonu Mishra, Martina Hejlová & Petia Krckova (“Genius”)Ane Crabtree & Sheena Wichary (“The Handmaid’s Tale”)Trish Summerville, Lynda Foote & Jo Kissack Folsom (“Westworld”)Contemporary Costumes for a Series, Limited Series or MovieAlix Friedberg, Risa Garcia & Patricia McLaughlin (“Big Little Lies”)Paolo Nieddu, Jennifer Salim & Mary Lane (“Empire”)Allyson B. Fanger, Heather Pain & Lori DeLapp (“Grace and Frankie”)Hala Bahmet, Marina Ray & Elinor Bardach (“This Is Us”)Marie Schley, Hannah Schneider & Leslie Herman (“Transparent”)Costumes for Variety, Nonfiction or Reality Programming Daniela Gschwendtner, Steven Norman Lee, Polina Roytman, Karina Torrico & Howard Sussman (“Dancing with the Stars”)Mary Vogt & Carolyn Dessert-Lauterio (“Hairspray Live!”)Amanda Needham, Jayme Hansen & Jordan Hamilton (“Portlandia”)Zaldy Goco & Perry Meek (“RuPaul’s Drag Race”)Tom Broecker & Eric Justian (“Saturday Night Live”)Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Drama SeriesSkip Macdonald (“Better Call Saul”)Kelley Dixon & Skip Macdonald (“Better Call Saul”)Dean Zimmerman (“Stranger Things”)Kevin D. Ross (“Stranger Things”)Andrew Seklir (“Westworld”)Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series Jennifer Lilly (“Master of None”)Brian Merken (“Silicon Valley”)Tim Roche (“Silicon Valley”)Roger Nygard & Gennady Fridman (“Veep”)Eric Kissack (“Veep”)Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy SeriesPeter Chakos (“The Big Bang Theory”)Kris Trexler (“Last Man Standing”)Joe Bella (“Mom”)Pat Barnett (“One Day at a Time”)Chris Poulos (“2 Broke Girls”)Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Limited Series or MovieVeronique Barbe, David Berman, Justin LaChance, Maxine Lahie, Sylvain Lebel & Jim Vega (“Big Little Lies”)Henk Van Eeghen (“Fargo”)Regis Kimble (“Fargo”)Curtis Thurber (“Fargo”)Jay Cassidy & Nick Houy (“The Night Of”)Picture Editing for Variety Program Robert James Ashe, Christopher Heller, Meaghan Wilbur & David Grecu (“Conan In Berlin”)Aaron Morris (“Drunk History”)Ryan Barger (“Last Week Tonight With John Oliver”)Anthony Miale (“Last Week Tonight With John Oliver”)Adam Epstein (“Saturday Night Live”)Picture Editing for a Nonfiction Program Paul Crowder (“The Beatles: Eight Days A Week – The Touring Years”)Bret Granato, Maya Mumma & Ben Sozanski (“O.J.: Made in America”)Dave Pearce (“Planet Earth II”)Matt Meech (“Planet Earth II”)Spencer Averick (“13th”)Joe Langford, Richard Lowe, Denny Thomas (“Vice”)Picture Editing for a Structured or Competition Reality ProgramJulian Gomez, Ryan Leamy, Jennifer Nelson, Paul C. Nielsen, Eric Beetner, Tori Rodman & Katherine Griffin (“The Amazing Race”)Lisa Trulli, Eileen Finelstein, Donald Bull, Julie Cohen & Darren Hallihan (“Project Runway”)John Lim & Michael Roha (“RuPaul’s Drag Race”)David R. Rinkelstein, Ed Martinez, Tom McGah, Andrew Oliver, Nick Staller, Matt Stevenson & Joel Watson (“Shark Tank”)Mike Greer, Chad Bertalotto, Tim Atzinger, Evan Meduich, David Armstrong, James Ciccarello & David Tiexeira (“Survivor”)Picture Editing for an Unstructured Reality ProgramJarrod Burt, Jacob Lane, Stephanie Lyra, M’Daya Meliani, Paul Cross, Dave McIntosh & Ryan Rambach (“Dream Come True”)Peggy Tachdjian, Tonya Noll, Jacob Lane & Jarrod Burt (“Oh Baby!”)Daysha M. Broadway, Dan Zimmerman, Jacob Lane, Jarrod Burt, M’Daya Meliani & Ryan Rambach (“Born This Way”)Josh Earl, Rob Butler, Nathen Araiza & Ben Bulatao (“Deadliest Catch”)Ian Richardson, Tony Diaz, Eric Michael Schrader & Matt Mercer (“Life Below Zero”)Hairstyling for a Single-Camera SeriesIvana Primorac & Amy Riley (“The Crown”)Luca Vanella, Alexis Continente, Sevlene Roddy, Joseph Whelan & Orla Carrol (“Penny Dreadful”)Sarah Hindsgaul & Evelyn Roach (“Stranger Things”)Dee Corcoran, Catherine Argue, Jenny Readman, Ida Erickson & Zuelika Delaney (“Vikings”)Joey Zapata, Pavy Olivarez, Bruce Samia & Donna Anderson (“Westworld”)Hairstyling for a Multi-Camera Series or Special Mary Guerrero, Kimi Messina, Gail Ryan, Derrick Spruill, Rene Vaca & Patricia Pineda (“Dancing with the Stars”)Miia Kovero, Terry Baliel, Roxane Griffin, Lawrence Davis, Jill Crosby & Joy Zapata (“Hairspray Live!”)Gabriel Villarreal & Hector Pocasangre (“RuPaul’s Drag Race”)Jodi Mancuso, Jennifer Serio, Inga Thrasher, Joe Whitmeyer, Cara Hannah Sullivan & Christen Edwards (“Saturday Night Live”)Jerilynn Stephens, Meagan Herrera-Schaff, Cory Rotenberg, Anna Maria Orzano, Stacey Morris & Darbie Wieczorek (“The Voice”)Hairstyling for a Limited Series or MovieMichelle Ceglia, Valerie Jackson & Jose Zamora (“American Horror Story: Roanoke”)Michelle Ceglia, Nickole C. Jones, Lona Vigi, Frances Mathias & Jocelyn Mulhern (“Big Little Lies”)Chris Glimsdale, Penny Thompson, Judy Durbacs & Eva Blanchard (“Fargo”)Chris Clark, Ralph Michael Abalos, Wendy Southard & Helena Cepeda (“Feud: Bette & Joan”)Tash Lees, Fae Hammond, Adela Robova & Alex Rouse (“Genius”)Interactive ProgramCarol Ray Hartsell, Kim Burdges, Ana Breton, Caroline Schaper & Brittany Van Horne (“Full Frontal with Samantha Bee Online”)Partially Important Productions (“Last Week Tonight with John Oliver”)James Corden, Ben Winston, Rob Crabbe & Adam Abramson (“The Late Late Show with James Corden”)NBC (“Saturday Night Live Multiplatform Experience”)Jimmy Fallon, Marina Cockenberg, Felicia Daniels & Tonight Show Social Team (“The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon”)Original Interactive ProgramDisney/ ABC Television Group & Kids Digital Media (“Amigo to the Rescue: Disney Junior Interactive Show”)Oculus Story Studio (“Dear Angelica”)Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Jared Geller, ACLU & Hitrecord (“Hitrecord x ACLU: Are You There Democracy? It’s Me, The Internet”)Ben Grossmann, Adrian Sciutto, Amaresh Kollipara, David Swift & Oculus (“Mission: ISS”)Felix & Paul Studios (“The People’s House – Inside the White House With Barack and Michelle Obama”)Creative Achievement in Interactive Media Within a Scripted Program Mike Benson, Bob Bowen, Brianna Lopez, Brian Burton & Campfire (“The Man in the High Castle: Resistance Radio”)USA Network, Universal Cable Productions, Here Be Dragons, Esmail Corp. & Anonymous Content (“The Mr. Robot Virtual Reality Experience”)James L. Brooks, Al Jean, Matt Groening, David Silverman & Google Spotlight Stories (“The Simpsons – Planet of the Couches”)Netflix & CBS Digital (“Stranger Things VR Experience”)HBO, Kilter Films & Bad Robot (“Westworld”)Creative Achievement in Interactive Media Within an Unscripted ProgramJohn Najarian & Darren Hand (“E! Live 360”)Meghan de Boer, Rich Preuss, Teeny Stillings, Augie Vargas & Shelby Sundling Lathrop (“The Oscars: All Access”)Eric Gurian, Evan Jonigkeit, Jerry Kupfer, Jack Burditt & Nick Bernardone (“Stand For Rights: A Benefit for the ACLU with Tom Hanks”)Stand Up To Cancer: A Program of the Entratainment Industry Foundation, Done + Dusted Inc., Telescope Inc., Blue State Digital & ID-PR (“Stand Up to Cancer: #Reasons2StandUp”)NBC (“The Voice on Snapchat Now Show”)Lighting Design/ Lighting Direction for a Variety SeriesNoah Mitz, Ryan Tanker, Mike Berger, Andrew Webberley & Matthew Benson (“America’s Got Talent”)Simon Miles, Matthew Cotter, Suzanne Sotelo & Matt McAdam (“Dancing With the Stars”)Phil Hymes, Geoff Amoral & Rick McGuinness (“Saturday Night Live”)Robert Barnhart, Matt Firestone, Patrick Boozer & Pete Radice (“So You Think You Can Dance”)Oscar Dominguez, Sam Barker, Daniel Boland & Johnny Bradley (“The Voice”)Lighting Design/ Lighting Direction for a Variety Special Robert A. Dickinson, Noah Mitz, Andy O’Rilley, Patrick Boozer & Ryan Tanker (“59th Grammy Awards”)Allen Branton, Felix Peralta, Kevin Lawson, Darren Langer & Kirk J. Miller (“Hairspray Live!”)Robert A. Dickinson, Travis Hagenbuch, Mike Berger, Andy O’Reilly & Patrick Boozer (“The Oscars”)Robert Barnhart, David Grill, Pete Radice & Jason Rudolph (“Super Bowl LI Halftime Show Starring Lady Gaga”)Robert A. Dickson, Ed McCarthy, Noah Mitz, Harry Sangmeister & Ted Wells (“70th Annual Tony Awards”)Main Title DesignPatrick Clair, Raoul Marks, Devin Maurer, Jeff Han (“American Gods”)Patrick Clair, Raoul Marks, Javier Leon Carrillo, Jeff Han (“The Crown”)Ryan Murphy, Alexis Martin Woodall, Kyle Cooper, Nadia Tzuo, Margherita Premuroso (“FEUD: Bette and Joan”)Michelle Dougherty, Peter Frankfurt, Arisu Kashiwagi, Eric Demeusy (“Stranger Things”)Patrick Clair, Raoul Marks, Yongsub Song, Felix Soletic, Jessica Hurst, Jose Limon (“Westworld”)Makeup for a Single-Camera Series (Non-Prosthetic)Enzo Mastrantonio, Clare Lambe, Caterina Sisto, Lorraine McCrann, Morna Ferguson (“Penny Dreadful” — “Perpetual Night”)Myke Michaels, Teresa Vest (“Stranger Things” — “Chapter Six: The Monster”)Zoe Hay, Heather Plott, Elizabeth Hoel-Chang, Judith Lynn Staats, John Damiani (“This Is Us” — “I Call Marriage”)Tom McInerney, Katie Derwin, Ciara Scanell, Lizzanne Procter (“Vikings” — “All His Angels”)Christien Tinsley, Myriam Arougheti, Gerald Quist, Lydia Milars, Ed French (“Westworld” — “The Original”)Makeup for a Multi-Camera Series or Special (Non-Prosthetic)Zena Shteysel, Angela Moos, Julie Socash, Patti-Ramsey Bortoli, Sara Woolf, Donna Bard (“Dancing with the Stars” — “Halloween Night”)Melanie Hughes, Judy Yonemoto, Jill Cady, Julie Socash, Shutchai Tym Buacharern, Angela Moos (“Hairspray Live!”)Jennifer Aspinall, Scott G. Wheeler, David Williams, James Rohland, Ned Niedhardt (“MADtv” — “Episode #1.4”)David Petruschin (“RuPaul’s Drag Race” — “Oh. 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Cleveland, Paul Diller, David Klotz & Noel Vought (“American Horror Story: Roanoke”)Nick Forshager, Joe Bracciale, Martin Gwynn Jones, Brent Pickett, Claire Dobson, Robert Bertola, Alex Bullick, Tyler Whitham, Matt Decker & John Elliot (“Fargo”)Daniel Pagan, Erich Gann, Arielle McGrail, Bill Bell, Nicholas Fitzgerald, TIm Chilton & Jill Sanders (“Genuis”)Nicholas Renbeck, Marissa Littlefield, Steve Visscher, Ruth Hernandez, Sara Stern, Luciano Vignola, Odin Benitez, Ruy Garcia, Wyatt Sprague, Warren Shaw, Roland Vajs, Heather Gross, Dan Evans Farkas, Grant Conway & Marko Costanzo (“The Night Of”)Douglas Sinclair, Jon Salmon-Joyce, Stuart McCowan, Paul McFadden, Howard Bargroff, Nathan Palmer, Jamie Talbutt, Rael Jones & Sue Harding (“Sherlock: The Lying Detective (Masterpiece)”)Sound Editing for a Nonfiction Program (Single Camera)Benny Mouthon (“Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown”)Jon Michaels, Harrison Meyle, Dan Kenyon, Will Digby & Melissa Muik (“The Beatles: Eight Days a Week – The Touring Years”)David Crocco & Rolando Nadal (“Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath”)Kate Hopkins & Tim Owens (“Planet Earth II”)Tim Boggs, Alex Lee, Julie Pierce & Lise Richardson (“13th”)Technical Direction, Camerawork, Video Control For A Limited Series, Movie, or SpecialOleg Sekulovski, Taylor Campanian, Jordan Harriman, Scott Acosta, Joel Binger, Scott Daniels, Joshua Gitersonke,Peter Hutchison, Scott Kaye, Mark McIntire, Ed Nelson, James Velarde (“Carpool Karaoke Primetime Special 2017”)Charles Ciup, Billy Steinberg, Chris Hill, Bert Atkinson, Randy Gomez, Nathanial Havholm, Ron Lehman, Bettina Levesque, Dave Levisohn, Tore Livia, Mike Malone, Adam Margolis, Rob Palmer, Brian Reason, Damien Tuffereau, Andrew Waruszewski (“Hairspray Live!”)Eric Becker, Kenneth Shapiro, John Pritchett, Guy Jones, Terrance Ho, Keith Winikoff, Robert Del Russo, David Eastwood, Ralph Bolton, Jr., David Carline, Jay Kulick, Dan Webb, Shaun Harkins, Garrett Hurt, Toré Livia, Allen Merriweather, Lyn Noland, Fred Frederick, Jr., George Prince, Mark Whitman, Rob Balton, Danny Bonilla, Rob Palmer, David Plakos, Easter Xua, Devin Atwood (“The Oscars”)Rod Wardell, Eric Becker, Guy P. Jones, Rob Levy, Stephen Dressman, Brian Neher, Steven Leotta, Jimmy Lucas, Lyn Noland, Jay Kulick, Robert Delrusso, Robert Balton, Kevin French, Jofre Rosero, Tore Livia, Mark Whitman, Vinnie Scaffidi, Ed Horton, Dave Levisohn, Phil Jaques, Buzz Schwing, Jeff Cuales, Mike Dranes, Dan Gibbons, Dave Elendt (“Super Bowl LI Halftime Show Starring Lady Gaga”)Eric Becker, Mike Anderson, J.M. Hurley, Ka Lai Wong, Rob Balton, Bob Del Russo, Charlie Huntley, Ernie Jew, Jay Kulick, Tore Livia, John Meiklejohn, Lyn Noland, Jimmy O’Donnell, Mark Whitman, Shaun Harkins, Jim Tufaro, Joe DeBonis (“70th Annual Tony Awards”)Technical Direction, Camerawork, Video Control for a SeriesJohn D. O’Brien, John Pierre Dechene, Richard G. Price, James L. Hitchcock, Brian Wayne Armstrong, Nick Gomez (“The Big Bang Theory”)Charles Cuip, Chris Hill, Ed Moore, Brian Reason, Ron Lehman, Nathanial Havholm, Bettina Levesque, Bert Atkinson, Daryl Studebaker, Adam Margolis, Damien Tuffereau, Andy Waruszewski, Mike Malone, Mike Carr, Rob Palmer, Keith Dicker, Freddy Frederick, Ed Horton, Helena Jackson (“Dancing with the Stars”)Dave Saretsky, Augie Yuson, Dante Pagano, John Harrison, Rob Balton, Jeff Latonero, Jerry Cancel (“Last Week Tonight with John Oliver” — “Gerrymandering”)Steven Cimino, John Pinto, Paul Cangialosi, Len Wechsler, Eric Eisenstein, Dave Driscoll, Susan Noll, Frank Grisanti, Jeff Latonero, Ann Bergstrom, Randy Bittle (“Saturday Night Live” — “Host: Jimmy Fallon”)Allan Wells, Terrance Ho, Diane Biederbeck, Danny Bonilla, Suzanne Ebner, Gudio Frenzel, Alex Hernandez, Dave Hilmer, Marc Hunter, Scott Hylton, Katherine Iacofono, Scott Kaye, Ron Lehman, Steve Martynuk, John Perry, Jofre Rosero, Steve Simmons (“The Voice” — “Live Finale (Part 2)”)Stunt Coordination For a Drama Series, Limited Series Or MovieCort L. 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Ward, Kevin Rafferty, Paul Dimmer, Yafei Wu, Martin Lipmann, Nicklas Andersson, David Wahlberg (“Black Sails” — “XXIX”)Lawson Deming, Cory Jamieson, Casi Blume, Nick Chamberlain, David Andrade, Bill Parker, Justin Fox, Danielle Malambri (“The Man in the High Castle” — “Fallout”)Dominic Remane, Michael Borrett, Bill Halliday, Paul Wishart, Ovidiu Cinazan, Jim Maxwell, Kiernan McKay, Isabelle Alles, Tom Morrison (“Vikings” — “On the Eve”)Jay Worth, Elizabeth Castro, Joe Wehmeyer, Eric Levin-Hatz, Bobo Skipper, Gustav Ahren, Paul Ghezzo, Mitchell S. 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New Delhi: A day after the Mahagadbandhan announced the seat-sharing pact and names of its candidates for phase 1 polls, the the BJP on Saturday announced 102 more candidates for the Lok Sabha polls, including national spokesman Sambit Patra from Puri, Odisha, Union ministers Narendra Singh Tomar (Morena, MP), Jayant Sinha (Hazaribagh, Jharkhand) and Shripad Naik (North Goa). Anurag Thakur has been renominated from Hamirpur.The party dropped four sitting MPs to fight anti-incumbency in Maharashtra. The party has dropped Pune MP Anil Shirole who has been replaced by Maharashtra Minister Girish Bapat. In Bihar, the BJP has dropped longtime “party warrior” Shatrughan Sinha from the Patna Sahib Lok Sabha constituency and fielded Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad from the Kayastha-dominated seat. Sinha is a two-time sitting MP from Patna Sahib but he has been unhappy with the BJP for the past couple of years. Also Read – India gets first tranche of Swiss bank a/c detailsSinha has been seen aligned with the Opposition parties in targeting the Narendra Modi Government over issues ranging from demonetisation, GST, farmers’ distress, unemployment and allegations of corruption in Rafale deal. In the NDA list, Union Minister Giriraj Singh has been moved from his Nawada seat to Begusarai parliamentary constituency. Notably, Singh had expressed his displeasure over contesting from a new seat. The Nawada Lok Sabha seat has gone to the LJP as part of the seat-sharing pact and the LJP has fielded Chandan Singh (nephew of strongman Surajbhan Singh) from here. Agriculture Minister Radha Mohan Singh was named NDA candidate from Purvi Champaran. He is the sitting MP. Also Read – Tourists to be allowed in J&K from ThursdayThe NDA’s list for Bihar has also taken care of caste equations as the party has fielded 13 candidates from the general category, 12 candidates belonging to the backward community and seven candidates belong to the extremely backward classes. The NDA has fielded three Bhumihar candidates while seven candidates belong to the Rajput community. In Uttar Pradesh, Pradeep Choudhary will contest from Kairana, which the BJP had lost in the by-polls while Yeshwant has been fielded from Nagina and Bhola Singh from Bulandshahr. Octogenarian party leader and sitting Kangra MP Shanta Kumar has been dropped. Kishan Kapoor will replace him. With Saturday’s 102 names, the party has announced 286 candidates.
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Most power has been restored to Toronto, but 160 customers in the city still rang in the new year in the dark.It’s been 11 days since the ice storm struck. Yesterday, Toronto residents who had lost food during the outage lined up at Ontario Works offices to try and get their hands on grocery gift cards. They ran out before the day was over, but more will be available for pickup Thursday and Friday.Hamilton mayor Bob Bratina says residents will get grocery gift cards too. He issued a statement saying, “…it will not be a matter of ‘if’ hamilton will participate, but ‘how’ it will be rolled out, and ‘how much’ aid would be required.”City staff will work with the Provincial Emergency Operations Centre to determine the specifics and who qualifies.Gift cards will be distributed to homes that lost their power for 48 hours or longer.
Oil workers stand at a facility site in the desert oil fields of Sakhir, Bahrain, on Nov. 21, 2012. THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP, Hasan Jamali by Pablo Gorondi, The Associated Press Posted Jan 7, 2014 3:12 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Crude oil rises to near $94 a barrel as US cold snap expected to boost demand The price of oil rose to near US$94 a barrel Tuesday as unusually cold weather in the U.S. was expected to fuel demand in the world’s largest market for energy.Benchmark West Texas Intermediate crude for February delivery rose 24 cents to US$93.67 a barrel on the New York Mercantil Exchange. On Monday, the contract fell 53 cents to settle at US$93.43 a barrel.Crude prices were bolstered by a cold snap in the U.S., the world’s top oil consumer, as the use of heating oil was expected to surge.Dangerously cold polar air broke decades-old records, spreading Tuesday from the Midwest to southern and eastern parts of the U.S. and Eastern Canada. Many cities came to a virtual standstill, with flights cancelled and schools and businesses shuttered due to the cold.Forecasters said some 187 million people could feel the effects of the “polar vortex” by the time it spreads across the country.Prices were also supported by continuing uncertainty about Libya’s crude exports. Nearly three years after the start of the civil war that ousted Moammar Gadhafi, strikes and protests in the oil industry and conflicts between the government and regional militias have kept output at a fraction of its earlier level of around 1.5 million barrels a day.However, even with the uncertainty in Libya, Iraq and other key oil producers, global supplies are expected to remain ample and keep crude prices under pressure.“Despite these troubles, the supply outlook is robust,” said the Kilduff Report edited by Michael Fitzpatrick. “A test of $92 will likely occur this week, with more losses to follow.”Brent crude, used to set prices for international varieties of crude, was up 62 cents at US$107.35 a barrel.In other energy futures trading: wholesale gasoline rose 3.26 cents to US$2.678 a U.S. gallon (3.79 litres), heating oil was up 2.05 cents at US$2.959 a gallon and natural gas fell nearly a cent to US$4.30 per 1,000 cubic feet.(TSX:ECA), (TSX:IMO), (TSX:SU), (TSX:HSE), (NYSE:BP), (NYSE:COP), (NYSE:XOM), (NYSE:CVX), (TSX:CNQ), (TSX:TLM), (TSX:COS), (TSX:CVE)
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Ever wish you could run iOS on your Android phone or tabelt? You may be able to soon, if the iEmu project is successful.Chris Wade, the developer behind iEmu, is working on QEMU-powered virtualization that will allow other devices (including Android phones and tablets, Windows and Linux computers, and even other iOS devices) to emulate Apple’s hardware and boot iOS. While initial support for the Samsung A4 chip has been achieved, and the iOS bootloader and kernel are coming along, there’s still a long, long way to go. The rest of the iPhone and/or iPad hardware (like the touch input controller, audio system, GPU, and USB controller) needs to be emulated now.Actually dual-booting Android on the iPhone has been possible for quite a while — thanks to developments like iPhoDroid. That was possible, of course, because the Android source code was available for developers to tinker with. Since iOS is closed, emulating its hardware is the only real way to get it to boot on other devices.When hardware support has been shored up, Wade can then move on to actually booting iOS. Once they’ve scaled that mountain, it should be possible to start loading up iOS apps on the virtual device — though presumably they’d need to be sideloaded or installed via an alternative source like Cydia.Wade envisions a number of potential users for iEmu, from anazlying iOS malware in a sandboxed environment to QA testing and debugging for iOS apps.If you’re willing to kick in $1,000 on Kickstarter, you’ll receive a 7-inch Dell Streak tablet with the final version of iEmu installed once it’s completed (and a couple of t-shirts for good measure).More at Googez and Kickstarter
34,651 Views “We weren’t even allowed in the station!” – Is it possible to bring pets on Irish transport? Croatian national Snjezana Frketic has travelled the world with her dog Onni – Ireland is the first place where she hasn’t been allowed to bring Onni on a train. Short URL Feb 15th 2017, 6:10 AM The only exception to this law is in the case of a customer with a guide-dog or an assistance dog. Owners must carry the correct identification and ensure that the dog is wearing the correct tag or coat.This would suggest that the choice is entirely at the bus driver’s discretion, which would appear to be a little less strict than Bus Éireann’s approach.Luas operator Transdev didn’t reply to our query. However, the Luas website’s frequently-asked-questions section suggests that, again, the tram service is mostly a guide-dogs-only zone:Other dogs and animals are allowed on the tram provided they are in an appropriate enclosed pet carrier case / box. Their travel is at the discretion of Luas Staff.SurveySo it doesn’t seem Ireland’s transport network has any plans to loosen its rules regarding access for pets.Not that Snjezana is giving up just yet. She has started an online survey which she is planning to give to Irish Rail in a bid to change their regulations when it reaches 1,200 responses (the mandatory limit for consideration in a country Ireland’s size – you can take that survey here).“I got an official response from Irish Rail which is that their customer policy is only orientated towards people without dogs or with small dogs. People with bigger dogs don’t even have the possibility to be customers. I find that really discriminating,” she says.There are people who need their dogs as an emotional support. There are people who don’t have a driving licence or a car. Being punished for having a pet such as bigger dog, and a bigger dog is anything above 8kg) is affecting some people’s quality of life. Snjezana and OnniYOU MAY HAVE a pet. You may use public transport in your daily life. But have you tried to do both recently? Probably not.In Ireland, certain bizarre occasions notwithstanding, we tend to keep our buses and our furry friends well apart. But that isn’t the case in other countries.Croatian national Snjezana Frketic has been in Ireland since December. She’s fresh from two years of travelling and working on Dublin’s north side.Everywhere she went in that two years, her six-year-old white German Shepherd dog Onni went with her. Until she got to Ireland.“We have travelled through many countries together – the USA, Canada, Mexico, France, Germany, Belgium, Croatia – transport of pets in other countries is always more or less the same: yes they are allowed, mostly without a muzzle, and rarely free of charge. With a special ticket mostly,” she told TheJournal.ie.Coming to Ireland made me realise that Irish public transport – as well as hiking trails, restaurants, and other things – is not welcoming towards medium or big-size dogs.For 33-year-old Snjezana, the difference in standards first became apparent when her and Onni got stuck in the rain in Wexford and were trying to get to Dublin.“None of the trains or buses were willing to take us. We couldn’t even stay inside the train station, rather we were told to stay outside. And it was freezing!What our transport services sayTheJournal.ie inquired of Ireland’s major transport providers what their attitude to pets aboard their vehicles is, and what their rationale is.The four questioned – Bus Éireann, Dublin Bus, Irish Rail, and Luas – all have relatively similar policies at present. And they don’t seem to be in any hurry to change them.Irish Rail, who Snjezana would most like to make use of as she and Onni are used to travelling by train, allow guide and assistance dogs at all times.Smaller dogs and cats can be carried on board in a passenger’s lap or in a carry-container free of charge. Larger animals (which Onni certainly is) are persona non grata however, and if a fellow passenger objects to a pet, the owner is expected to move.Larger dogs can be accommodated on rare occasions in an unoccupied guard’s car, although this only applies on two routes in Ireland. A charge is applied in such circumstances.“We already regard our policy as pet-friendly,” a spokesman told us.Up until approximately eight years ago, we only permitted guide dogs and assistance dogs in the passenger area, and have relaxed this to allow smaller dogs and cats to be carried.Bus Éireann allow only guide and assistance dogs and they have to be clearly jacketed as such. “Dogs, cats or any other animals or live fowl of any description WILL NOT be carried,” the company says on its site.A spokesperson told us the rules in place are “for health and safety reasons”.Dublin Bus are less clear as to what’s acceptable and what isn’t. A query to the company was met with this response: “Under the Dublin Bus bye-laws, customers shall not bring any bird, animal, article or thing onto a bus if it is likely to cause annoyance or damage to any customer or damage to any property in the opinion of a Dublin Bus employee (driver or inspector).” Onni relaxing 76 Comments Wednesday 15 Feb 2017, 6:10 AM By Cianan Brennan Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Share989 Tweet Email5 And on the other hand, there are financial benefits for Irish Rail as well. I think it is time for Ireland to catch up with the rest of the world on this matter.“Now I’m here in Ireland I want to use my spare time doing stuff outdoors. Like hiking in Wicklow. But you cannot reach Wicklow with your dog here. You have to hire a car. And that’s not much good if you don’t want to hire a car,” she adds.You can take Snjezana’s survey hereRead: Prisoner parenting course aims to prevent mothers and fathers from reoffendingRead: This teddy is being reunited with its owner after being left behind at Cork Airport http://jrnl.ie/3239991
As the clock ticks down, get all the best Brexit news and analysis in your inbox: 7,564 Views Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Apr 27th 2017, 6:07 AM IRELAND NEEDS ASSURANCES from the UK that it will maintain the highest safety standards at the Sellafield nuclear power plant post-Brexit, said Fianna Fáil’s Timmy Dooley.Government officials will today discuss the UK’s decision to withdraw from Euratom, an organisation that has controlled the peaceful use of nuclear energy in Europe since 1957.The UK-Ireland Contact Group on Radiological Matters is meeting in Dublin today to discuss the matter, with a second meeting to be held in London later this year.“It is our concern that if the UK is outside the EU agreement that it wouldn’t be bound by the same safety standards that exist at present,” said Dooley.He said Ireland has continuously had concerns about the Sellafield plant and what impacts any incident would have to the Irish public.“They [the UK] have never dissuaded our concerns in any real way, in my opinion, and never really shared or cared for our very genuine concerns,” he said.Sellafield legacy issues and new power plantsThe group meeting today includes departmental officials and representatives from the relevant regulatory bodies – the United Kingdom’s Office for Nuclear Regulation (ONR) and the Environment Protection Agency (EPA) and the Office for Radiological Protection.Twice yearly the group meets to discuss a range of radiological and nuclear related issues such as other developments in the EU and the UK new build programme. Updates are also provided by the various agencies on progress made on legacy issues, including Sellafield.Following its withdrawal from Euratom, the UK will now have to strike new deals with over 20 countries both inside and outside the EU that it holds co-operation treaties with on nuclear safety. Sellafield Source: PA Archive/PA ImagesDooley said Ireland has very real concerns about the Sellafield plant across the Irish Sea, adding that the government needs to ensure that Ireland is protected.The Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources, Denis Naughten was asked earlier this month what correspondence his department has had with the UK government and the Office for Nuclear Regulation with regard to its decision to withdrawal from the Euratom treaty.The minister replied that his department had not yet raised the issue with the UK authorities, but said the issue would be discussed at the next meeting.However, he said department officials maintain on-going contact with their counterparts in the UK throughout the year, as well as respective regulators.Threat to Ireland However, Dooley said the minister must assure the public that the issue of Sellafield and nuclear safety is not lost in the mix of complicated Brexit discussions. 42 Comments Image: Peter Byrne Share8 Tweet Email We are raising these concerns to ensure that they all get addressed in the negotiations and so that it is not just something that is left there and that is a threat to us. Image: Peter Byrne By Christina Finn Short URL An agreement of some sort will have to be signed, but we need assurances that standards in nuclear safety are maintained. The UK need to sign up to ongoing standards so that we are protected. We are very anxious to keep the same standards… and this should be on the minister’s radar.New power plant for Somerset With Brexit looming, there are also concerns about the UK’s future plans for nuclear power – such as the plant planned at Hinkley Point C in Somerset where the second of two nuclear reactors will switch on in the middle of the next decade, according to The Guardian. General view of Hinkley Point A Magnox Nuclear power station (centre), Hinkley Point B power station (right) and the proposed site for Hinkley point C Nuclear power station (left) Source: Andrew MatthewsSpeaking about the new power plant, Naughten said the Irish government have been aware of the plans to build new nuclear power stations at sites judged as potentially suitable since 2009.He said that while Ireland is not a nuclear energy producing country, it acknowledges the right of States to determine their own energy mix.Highest standards“However, we expect that, where a State chooses to develop a nuclear power industry, this will be done in line with the highest international standards with respect to safety and environmental protection,” he added.Naughten said Ireland has been actively involved in the consultation process on the proposed new build programme, adding that it is a standing agenda item at UK-Ireland Contact Group on Radiological Matters meetings.Dooley said that post-Brexit there is “little we can do about what future nuclear developments there might be in Britain.”There is no sign of the Sellafield plant winding down anytime soon, with the plant this week seeking long-term construction partners to carry out work at the nuclear plant over the next 20 years.Dooley said the Irish public should get some sort of guarantees that existing operations be held to international standards, and called for the Irish government to be kept up to date on matters such as maintenance programmes at the UK plants.Read: New children’s hospital will be the length of Grafton Street and as big as Dundrum Shopping Centre>Read: Ireland can’t wait for EU ban on microbeads and is pressing on with its own> At just 128 miles from Dublin, Ireland needs assurances about Sellafield – TD The UK-Ireland Contact Group on Radiological Matters is meeting in Dublin today. 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Dimanche, on passe à l’heure d’étéComme chaque année au retour du printemps, les Français vont devoir passer à l’heure d’été. Dimanche, à 2 heures du matin, nous avancerons nos pendules d’une heure.Dimanche, la France passera à l’heure d’été. Il faudra donc avancer la petite aiguille de nos montres et horloges d’une heure. Ainsi, à 2 heures du matin, il sera désormais 3 heures et nous passerons de GMT+1 à GMT+2.À lire aussiLa fusion nucléaire pourrait bien devenir prochainement une réalitéInstauré suite à la crise pétrolière de 1973, ce changement d’heure permettrait de limiter la consommation d’énergie. une mesure à laquelle l4union européenne se serait harmonisée en 1998. Ainsi, chaque dernier dimanche de mars, l’Europe passe à l’heure d’été et chaque dernier dimanche d’octobre, à l’heure d’hiver. Selon une étude de l’Agence française de l’environnement et de la maîtrise de l’énergie (Ademe) rapportée par la RTBF, le passage à l’heure d’été a permis d’économiser en 2009 près de 440GWh, soit la consommation en éclairage de 800 000 ménages. Des répercussions sur l’organismeMais depuis leur instauration, ces changements horaires sont violemment critiqués notamment par des associations spécialement créées pour lutter contre ce système. C’est le cas de l’ACHED (Association contre l’heure d’été double) qui plaide entre autres une forte perturbation du rythme biologique du à ce brusque décalage biannuel.La principale répercussion serait ainsi des troubles du sommeil chez un grand nombre d’individus, en particulier chez les personnes âgées et les enfants en particulier. De plus, ce changement peut également influer sur l’appétit et l’humeur ainsi que sur la capacité à se concentrer.Pour lutter contre les désagréments de ce changement d’horaire, il est conseillé de se reposer autant que possible et d’adopter un rythme de vie très régulier : réveil, heures des repas, coucher… En suivant ces quelques recommandations, il suffit généralement de quelques jours pour que le corps s’adapte.Le 25 mars 2011 à 14:04 • Maxime Lambert