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Unique Supergroups Shine Brightly On Beanstalk Music Festival’s Complete Lineup

first_imgSituated in beautiful Westcliffe, CO, Beanstalk Music & Mountains Festival returns from June 10-12, 2016. The jam-oriented event is hosted by The Magic Beans, cultivating quite the following through tireless efforts in the state of Colorado. The band will perform three times at their own festival, but today’s announcement focuses on the new additions to the 2016 lineup.With previously announced sets from Electron, The Main Squeeze, Nigel Hall Band, Ben Silver and more, the newly completed lineup takes things to the next level. theNEWDEAL have been added, as well as a collaboration called New Elastic Time ft. Michael Kang, Jason Hann, and Michael Travis of String Cheese Incident with Jamie Shields of tND. Without A Net: A Tribute To The Grateful Dead has been added as well, reprising a pair of concerts with Todd Stoops, Allen Aucoin, Reed Mathis, Marcus Rezak, and Hayley Jane. CIA has also been announced, a collective featuring Clay Parnell, Ian McGuire and Allen Aucoin.Other additions include RAQ, Orgone, Kitchen Dwellers, Tom Hamilton’s American Babies, Greener Grounds, Brothers Gow and so many more. With such great music nestled in the rich Colorado mountains, there’s no excuse not to be there.Check out the full lineup below, and head to Beanstalk’s website for details.Beanstalk Music & Mountains Festival LineupThe Magic Beans (3 Nights)Electron (2 sets)The New DealNew Elastic Time (featuring Michael Kang, Jason Hann, and Michael Travis of The String Cheese Incident, and Jamie Shields of The New Deal) (2 sets)Without a Net: A Tribute to the Grateful Dead (featuring Todd Stoops – Raq, Allen Aucoin – TDB, Reed Mathis – Billy and the Kids/Tea Leaf Green, Marcus Rezak – Stratosphere All-Stars, and Hayley Jane)The Main Squeeze (2 Sets – Motown set and original Set)RAQNigel Hall BandOrgoneBen Silver of Orchard Lounge (Late Night)CIA featuring Allen Aucoin – TDB, Clay Parnell – Particle/American Babies, Ian McGuire – Sonic Spank (Late Night)Kitchen Dwellers (2 Nights)Tom Hamilton’s American BabiesVibe StreetGipsy MoonBrothers GowSpaffordGreener GroundsSkydyedMalai LlamaHog McgundyThe HornitzMama Magnolia Honors David BowieCyclesThe RunnikineMantaraylast_img read more

Premier League’s new chief right at home doing multibillion TV deals

first_imgSusanna Dinnage is one of the most senior female executives in British television with more than two decades’ experience. For the last 10 years she has worked at the US pay-TV giant Discovery, which owns the Eurosport brand, where she has spent the last year in the role of global president of its Animal Planet brand.Based in the UK, Dinnage, a Fulham fan, was responsible for running Discovery UK and Ireland’s operation. The 51-year-old will not be daunted by the triennial, £5bn auction for Premier League TV rights having had experience, albeit not directly, in negotiations for crown jewel sports assets.During her time at Discovery, it considered mounting an audacious bid to break Sky’s stranglehold on Premier League football rights. It eyed a potential move into the market following a fast-track deal to take full control of Eurosport. In 2015, Discovery made a surprise £1bn move for the exclusive pan-European rights to the Olympics, with a sub-licensing deal with the BBC in the UK. Share on WhatsApp Share on Facebook Premier League Topics features Share via Email Football politics Share on Twittercenter_img She will also be well-positioned with a point of view on how the Premier League looks to package its rights for the digital age, as Discovery has expanded its business developing the Eurosport player across Europe. The Premier League was not viewed to be hugely successful in its attempt to offer several live-streaming packages for the first time in its latest auction – designed to lure new bidders in the form of deep-pocketed Silicon Valley giants – with Amazon belatedly picking up one of the packages.Last year, Dinnage narrowly missed out on being appointed to the top role at Channel 4, pipped by Alex Mahon. She started her career at MTV before becoming a member of the team who launched Channel 5 in 1997, where she stayed for more than a decade, taking a number of senior roles.She joined Discovery in 2009 and has led the launch of several channels including the female-focused TLC. No stranger to tough negotiating, Dinnage was part of the Discovery team who took on Sky in a bitter row over the fees it felt it deserved in return for carrying Discovery’s 12 channels on the pay-TV service. “We believe Sky is using what we consider to be its dominant market position to further its own commercial interest over those of viewers and independent broadcasters,” she said. “The vitality of independent broadcasters like Discovery and plurality in TV is under threat.”The company threatened the unusual step of a channel blackout but a deal was reached at the 11th hour before the switch-off deadline.Dinnage also has had plenty of experience dealing with government over the impact of Brexit on UK broadcasters as the chair of Coba, the Commercial Broadcasters Association. Share on Pinterest Share on LinkedIn Dinnage will be one of most powerful women in sport as Premier League chief Read more Share on Messenger Reuse this contentlast_img read more

THE Alliance Unveils Services Network

first_imgzoom The members of THE Alliance have revealed plans to deploy a fleet of more than 240 ships covering 31 services in the Asia/Europe, North Atlantic and Trans-Pacific trade lanes including the Middle East and the Arabian Gulf/Red Sea starting from April 2017.The network of services would connect more than 75 major ports, and would be “characterized by fast transit times, a broad port coverage and deployment of modern and most efficient ships.”THE Alliance would offer eight services in the Asia/Europe trade including three services covering the Mediterranean market. One dedicated service will cater for customers in the Middle East, connecting the key ports of China, South Korea and South East Asia with Dammam, Jubail and an Arabian Gulf hub port.Additionally, 16 joint services will be operated by THE Alliance members on the Trans Pacific trade. Six loops will serve the North Atlantic trade covering a wide range of North European and Mediterranean ports as well as those in the US, Canada and Mexico.“The product of THE Alliance is a milestone which will significantly improve the service offering for all shippers on the East West trade lanes,” according to member carriers Hapag-Lloyd, K Line, Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Nippon Yusen Kaisha and Yang Ming.The service network of THE Alliance is expected to cover more than 24 ports in Asia including ten Chinese and five Japanese ports with direct calls as well as 20 ports in the US and Canada, six North European and 13 Mediterranean ports, six ports in the Middle East and six ports in Central America/Caribbean.The planned date for start of operations is subject to completion of all relevant regulatory requirements.Image Courtesy: NYK LineThe base-plan port rotations of the total 31 services will be as follows:Asia and North EuropeFE 1:Kobe – Nagoya – Shimizu – Tokyo – South East Asia Hub – Jeddah – Rotterdam – Hamburg – UK – Le Havre – South East Asia Hub – KobeFE 2:Xingang – Dalian – Qingdao – Shanghai – Ningbo – South China/Hong Kong – South East Asia Hub – West Med Hub – UK – Hamburg – Rotterdam – Le Havre – West Med Hub – Arabian Gulf Hub – South China/Hong Kong – Qingdao – XingangFE 3:South China/Hong Kong – Xiamen – Kaohsiung – South China/Hong Kong – Rotterdam – Hamburg – Antwerp – UK – East Med Hub – South East Asia Hub – South China/Hong KongFE 4:Pusan – Ningbo – Shanghai – Rotterdam – Hamburg – Antwerp – UK – South China/Hong Kong – PusanFE 5:Laem Chabang – Cai Mep – South East Asia Hub – Colombo – Rotterdam – Hamburg – UK – Antwerp – Jeddah – Colombo – South East Asia Hub – Laem ChabangAsia and the MediterraneanMD 1:Qingdao – Shanghai – Ningbo – South China/Hong Kong – South East Asia Hub – East Med Hub – Barcelona – Valencia – Fos – Genoa – East Med Hub – South East Asia Hub – South China/Hong Kong – QingdaoMD 2:Pusan – Ningbo – Shanghai – Kaohsiung – South China/Hong Kong – South East Asia Hub –Jeddah – La Spezia – Genoa – Barcelona – Valencia – South East Asia Hub – South China/Hong Kong – PusanMD 3:Pusan – Shanghai – Ningbo – South China/Hong Kong – South East Asia Hub – Jeddah – East Med Hub – Ashdod – East Med Hub – Istanbul (Ambarli) – Izmir – Mersin – East Med Hub – Jeddah – South East Asia Hub – Kaohsiung – PusanAsia and the Middle EastAGX:Pusan – Qingdao – Shanghai – Ningbo – South China/Hong Kong – South East Asia Hub – Arabian Gulf Hub – Dammam – Jubail – Arabian Gulf Hub – South East Asia Hub – Ningbo – PusanTrans Pacific – West CoastPN 1:Qingdao – Shanghai – Nagoya – Tokyo – Pacific North-West (US) – Pacific North-West (CA) – Tokyo – Nagoya – Kobe – QingdaoPN 2:South East Asia Hub – Laem Chabang – Cai Mep – South China/Hong Kong – Xiamen – Kaohsiung – Pacific North-West (CA/US) – Pacific North-West (CA/US) – Tokyo – Kobe – Kaohsiung – South East Asia HubPN 3:South China/Hong Kong – Ningbo – Shanghai – Pusan – Pacific North-West (CA) – Pacific North-West (US) – Pusan – South China/Hong KongPS 1:Kobe – Nagoya – Tokyo – Sendai – Pacific South-West (US) – Tokyo – Nagoya – KobePS 2:Kobe – Nagoya – Shimizu – Tokyo – Pacific South-West (US) – Tokyo – KobePS 3:South East Asia Hub – Laem Chabang – Cai Mep – South China/Hong Kong – Pacific South-West (US) – Tokyo – South China/Hong Kong – South East Asia HubPS 4:South China/Hong Kong – Kaohsiung – Keelung – Pacific South-West (US) – Keelung – Kaohsiung – South China/Hong KongPS 5:Shanghai – Ningbo – Pacific South-West (US) – ShanghaiPS 6:Qingdao – Ningbo – Shanghai – Pusan – Pacific South-West (US) – Pusan – QingdaoPS 7:Xiamen – South China/Hong Kong – Pacific South-West (US) – XiamenPS 8:Dalian – Xingang – Qingdao – Pusan – Pacific South-West (US) – Pusan – DalianTrans Pacific – East Coast (via Panama and Suez)EC 1:Ningbo – Shanghai – Pusan – Tokyo – (Panama Canal) – Caribbean Hub – South Atlantic (US) – Norfolk – Miami (Seasonal) – Caribbean Hub – (Panama Canal) – Balboa – Pacific South-West (US) – Tokyo – Kobe – NingboEC 2:Qingdao – Ningbo – Shanghai – Pusan – (Panama Canal) – New York – Boston – South Atlantic (US) – (Panama Canal) – Pusan – QingdaoEC 3:Kaohsiung – Xiamen – South China/Hong Kong – Shanghai – (Panama Canal) – South Atlantic (US) – Norfolk – (Panama Canal) – Balboa – Pusan – KaohsiungEC 4:Kaohsiung – South China/Hong Kong – Cai Mep – South East Asia Hub – (Suez Canal) – New York – Norfolk – South Atlantic (US) – (Suez Canal) – South East Asia Hub – KaohsiungEC 5:Laem Chabang – Cai Mep – South East Asia Hub – Colombo – (Suez Canal) – Halifax – New York – South Atlantic (US) – Norfolk – Halifax – (Suez Canal) – Arabian Gulf Hub – South East Asia Hub – Laem ChabangTrans AtlanticAL 1:Bremerhaven – Antwerp – UK – Norfolk – Philadelphia – New York – Halifax – BremerhavenAL 2:UK – Le Havre – Rotterdam – Bremerhaven – New York – South Atlantic (US) – UKAL 3:Antwerp – Bremerhaven – UK – South Atlantic (US) – Port Everglades – Houston – South Atlantic (US) – Norfolk – AntwerpAL 4:UK – Antwerp – Bremerhaven – Le Havre – Veracruz – Altamira – Houston – New Orleans – Mobile – UKAL 5:UK – Rotterdam – Bremerhaven – Antwerp – Le Havre – South Atlantic (US) – Caribbean Hub – Pacific South-West (US) – Pacific North-West (US) – Pacific North-West (CA) – Pacific South-West (US) – Balboa – Caribbean Hub – South Atlantic (US) – UKAL 6:Livorno – La Spezia – Genoa – Fos – Barcelona – Valencia – West Med Hub – Halifax – New York – Norfolk – South Atlantic (US) – West Med Hub – Valencia – Livornolast_img read more