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Press: All you need to know about BBC’s newspaper drama The new BBC drama Press is slated to premiere sometime in the near future It will explore the fast-paced and tumultuous reality of the newspaper industry The new series is being created by the acclaimed writer of another BBC drama From the writer of the Doctor Foster series comes a new TV drama that centers on the faced-paced and rapidly-evolving world of the British newspaper industry. Press is slated to premiere on the BBC in the near future and will boast an impressive cast that aims to take viewers into the hectic newsrooms of two fictional newspapers. Here’s all you need to know about Press’s trailer, what it is, when it’s on TV and who the cast is comprised of. Press will explore the tumultuous realities of the contemporary British newspaper industry The trailer for the upcoming BBC drama was recently uploaded to YouTube on August 21, 2018 and has amassed more than 9,100 views so far. Press is an upcoming drama TV series on BBC that started filming in October 2017 that explores the challenging and tumultuous reality of the modern British newspaper industry. The show will center on the characters played by Ben Chaplin and Charlotte Riley, who star as an editor of a fictional tabloid newspaper called The Post and deputy news editor of another fictional broadsheet newspaper known as The Herald, respectively. According to the BBC: ‘Set in the fast-paced and challenging environment of the British newspaper industry, Press will immerse viewers in the personal lives and the constant professional dilemmas facing its characters. ‘The series follow their lives as they attempt to balance work and play, ambition and integrity, amid the never-ending pressure of the 24-hour global news cycle and an industry in turmoil.’ The series is expected to be aired on BBC One later in 2018, with an official release date yet to be announced. The drama TV show will then air in the United States on PBS after its UK airdate at some point in the future. Press will feature a notable cast that includes David Suchet of Agatha Christie’s Poirot fame In addition to Chaplin and Riley, the upcoming series is also slated to star David Suchet of Agatha Christie’s Poirot fame as the owner of The Post and Priyanga Burford, known for her role on the TV miniseries London Spy, as the editor of The Herald. Other notable actors set to appear on the show include Game of Thrones actor Ellie Kendrick, Shane Zaza, Paapa Essiedu, Brendan Cowell and Al Weaver.
REUTERS/Jose Cabezas El Salvador on Monday became the third Latin American country in the past two years to switch allegiances from Taipei to Beijing and said attracting investment and developing the economy were key goals behind the decision. “Although we recognize the sovereign right of every country to determine its diplomatic relations, we are deeply disappointed by this decision,” said a spokesman for the U.S. State Department, who did not want to be identified by name. “We are reviewing our relationship with El Salvador following this decision,” he said. The U.S. ambassador in El Salvador, Jean Manes, posted on Twitter earlier that the United States was analyzing the “worrisome” decision and that it would impact relations between the two countries. She also did not elaborate. U.S. relations with El Salvador have been strained over President Donald Trump’s threats to cut aid from countries that “do nothing” to stop MS-13 gang members from crossing illegally into the United States.
The department said that while plans for the A1 junctions phase two road improvements scheme had not been finalised, it was “currently proposed” that the Halfway Road northern junction was one of nine side roads selected for full closure. It added that the Halfway Road southern junction “is currently proposed to be retained but reconfigured to operate as a left-in/left-out arrangement only with no facility for right turn manoeuvres across the central reserve”. Image caption Immigration Minister Caroline Nokes visited Kilkeel harbour in County Down last week The newspaper also reports that the Minister for Immigration Caroline Nokes has said she is “sure” there will be more ministerial visits to Newry before the Brexit deadline. She spoke to the Newry Democrat on board the fishing vessel Unity at Kilkeel harbour last week and emphasised that the government does not want physical infrastructure along the Irish border. Sinn Féin’s South Down MP Chris Hazzard criticised Ms Nokes for not meeting him during her visit . The Home Office said Ms Nokes was on a “private visit” and had met representatives from the fishing industry. The sudden death of a father-of-six from Lisnaskea in County Fermanagh makes the front page of the Impartial Reporter. The family of 37-year-old Clive Taylor said they were “devastated” and that his passing had left a “huge void”. “He was kind, gentle and caring, and was always there for people,” they added. Adrian Frazer, owner of Lakeland Tyres where Mr Taylor worked, said he was someone who would never let you down. Elsewhere, the Tyrone Courier says that plans for a £1.5m sports and community hub in Clonoe have been given the green light by Mid-Ulster Council’s planning committee.
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Loverro, a retired Air Force officer and the former executive director of its Space and Missile Systems Center in El Segundo. Loverro said in an interview that a dedicated corps of space experts would be necessary to ensure a space force could fulfill its mission. The Air Force focus on conventional air combat prevents it from “building the best space war fighters — the ones who can conceive of, imagine, prepare for, and think doctrinally, operationally and technically about space,” Loverro told an industry conference in April. “But those are precisely the people we need today.” The space corps never got off the ground. The Air Force lobbied to kill it. Defense Secretary James N. Mattis took the unusual step of sending a letter to Congress voicing his objections. “At a time when we are trying to integrate the Department’s joint warfighting functions, I do not wish to add a separate service that would likely present a narrower and even parochial approach to space operations,” Mattis wrote. Even the Trump White House called the idea “premature at this time” in a July 2017 statement. That was enough to kill the plan in the Senate, though Rogers got other lawmakers to agree to order the Pentagon to study the idea and issue a report on its findings. Last December, Rogers said, he arranged for an intermediary to give Trump information his subcommittee had collected about Russian and Chinese development of anti-satellite weapons, as well as about the Air Force effort to kill a separate military service.
Not in Los Angeles, not in any other city.… To continue to allow the sale of fur is to condone violence,” said Brian Ruppenkamp, a member of Los Angeles Animal Save. Under the proposal from Councilmen Bob Blumenfield and Paul Koretz, Los Angeles would prohibit businesses from selling fur products, including clothing, hats, handbags or key chains trimmed with real fur, unless they were selling used goods. Manufacturing fur products would also be forbidden. More than a dozen people showed up Wednesday to urge the city to move forward with the ban, saying that L.A. needed to take a stand against cruelty. At one point, Marc Ching of the group Animal Hope in Legislation played a brief video, which he said showed a live fox at a fur farm in China screaming in pain as its fur was being pulled off. “This is an industry that’s based on the abuse and suffering of animals for very trivial ends,” said Veronica Rafkind, who handles public policy for the group. Koretz, who was the sole councilman at the committee meeting, asked city staffers to come back with more information before the panel votes in a few weeks. If a law is ultimately passed, Los Angeles would be following West Hollywood , Berkeley and San Francisco , which have imposed similar rules. No one from fur companies spoke at the meeting. In the past, representatives of the fur industry have sharply disputed claims about animal mistreatment made by activists, saying that the industry is highly regulated and that some gruesome footage has been staged.
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And Sky’s ownership of sports broadcasting rights, notably those for the English Premier League, is especially attractive. Sky has the ability to create content and distribute it through satellite and online video services, a model that American media and telecommunications companies hope to to copy. This would help either Disney or Comcast compete against the streaming services of technology giants like Netflix and Amazon that have upended the media landscape. Keeping up with Silicon Valley’s video ambitions has been a priority for traditional media companies, which have largely decided to compete by opening their wallets to make acquisitions. Comcast said in a statement that it “has long admired Sky and believes it is an outstanding company and a great fit.” Earlier in the day, Fox said in its statement, “This transformative transaction will position Sky so that it can continue to compete within an environment that now includes some of the largest companies in the world, but none of whom have demonstrated the same local depth of investment and commitment to the U.K. and to Europe.” Mr. Murdoch has long believed in the value of Sky. He tried to acquire total control of the broadcaster in 2010, but was forced to withdraw amid public fury over a phone-hacking scandal involving his British tabloids. He mounted his latest push in 2016. The effort has been weighed down by British regulators’ concerns that the Murdoch family already exerts too much control over the country’s media.
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Before he was killed in June, the 20-year-old rapper and singer made a $10 million deal for his third album.CreditScott McIntyre for The New York Times A few weeks before he was shot and killed last month , the 20-year-old rapper XXXTentacion was on the phone with the record executive who had taken the first chance on him, hammering out a contract for his much-anticipated next release. Since barreling into the mainstream last year, XXXTentacion had become one of rap’s biggest and most controversial new stars, with a No. 1 album and a fervent congregation of young fans. At the same time, disturbing allegations of abuse had made him a potentially toxic business partner, especially after Spotify briefly banned his music from its playlists under a short-lived “hateful conduct” policy. Yet even with the Spotify scandal still dampening his business, XXXTentacion signed a new agreement with Empire, an independent music company that last summer had released his first album, “17.” The latest deal, for XXXTentacion’s third official release, was worth about $10 million, according to three people briefed on the terms — a rich sum for a young artist, but also only the latest sign of a heated market for online rap stars . Ghazi Shami, the founder of Empire, said that XXXTentacion — a prolific creator who started his career posting tracks by the dozen to the streaming site SoundCloud — had finished “a significant amount of material” for the new record, but there were no firm plans for its release. (Mr. Shami declined to comment on the size of the deal.) [ Never miss a pop music story: Sign up for our weekly newsletter, Louder. ] Because of a clause in XXXTentacion’s last record contract, with a distribution unit of the giant Universal Music Group, the record may not be released until at least October, despite typical industry pressure to strike while the late rapper’s name is still in headlines.
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