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Meten-Meer-Zorg family terrorised over reluctance to share electricity, water with neighbour

first_imgAfter demonstrating reluctance to continue supplying electricity and water to a neighbour, 29-year-old Imran Rabbani is now worried over the safety and security of his family. This concern comes on the heels of intense threats that were issued towards his household by the neighbour in relation to the discontinued supply of electricity and water.Rabbani, of Lot 42 Meten-Meer-Zorg, West Coast Demerara, told Guyana Times that for the past two months, his neighbours have been in the habit of using obscene and threatening language towards him after he refused to continue “giving them current and water,” he added that his neighbour at one point assaulted his wife.The broken down gate at the entrance of the premisesThe father of three posited that he made several reports to the Leonora Police Station but the suspect was arrested and released within 24 hours.“Two brother and a sister living pon a reserve about six years now, so because I don’t give dem light an water, since then they got a problem…one of the brother wife curse up he (grandfather) an when she meet home she and her husband start curse up and so, then couple months after he slap my wife….when we go Leonora Police Station, police come and take he, next 15 minutes he get loose come home and dem start again” a concerned Rabbani stated.Nevertheless, these intolerable behaviours have escalated and forced added fear into the family after the access gate to the premises was broken down last Tuesday evening by the suspects who were armed with cutlasses.A similar action also occurred on Friday evening forcing the family to leave their home and take shelter at a neighbourhood masjid.The victim’s place of residence“Tuesday night Kuresh Bacchus and he brother-in-law come with cutlass and wood, break down the gate coming in fo kill…The sister husband bring men in a car and say dem will kill me so I’m scared to live here now…I can’t rest in my home last night, I had to run to go sleep by the masjid. A car with three men come by my house last night (Friday) and it looks like dem had gun” he stated.On the other hand, calls to Commander of D Division (West Bank Demerara-East Bank Essequibo) Edmond Cooper for a comment in connection to this incident went unanswered.Meanwhile, a fearful Rabbani and his family are calling on the higher authorities of the Guyana Police Force (GPF) to intervene in order for them to feel comfortable and safe in their environment and prevent the worst from happening.last_img read more

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PPP yet to discuss presidential term limit – Jagdeo

first_img…Party’s best interest will define 2020 presidential candidateOpposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo has made it pellucid that the People’s Progressive Party (PPP) is yet to discuss the presidential term limit case.Since former Chief Justice (ag) Ian Chang ruled that presidents can now run for more than two terms, and the Court of Appeal upheld the judgment in a 2-1 decision, expectations have been high that Jagdeo, a former President who already served two terms, will run for the high office again.Opposition Leader Bharrat JagdeoBut Jagdeo, during a press conference on Monday at the Party’s headquarters in Robb Street, Georgetown, made it clear that the PPP was yet to decide on its presidential candidate for the next elections in 2020.The Party’s General Secretary explained that its leaders and members are dedicating their energies to more important matters such as reinvigorating the political organisation with younger people and with women, as well as spreading the message of the PPP across the country.“We’re working to consolidate our support because the PPP lost some support in its traditional support areas amongst sugar workers and rice farmers; we are working hard to consolidate our support in Amerindian areas, and to broaden that support and in APNU support areas…we are working on a strategy to resume our work which we used to do in the past and we fell down on, to carry our message to those communities to broaden our support,” he explained.Jagdeo said too that the PPP would intensify and extend its work among the business community, the middle class, the intellectuals, professionals as well as the prime supporters of the Party, the working class.He also explained that the PPP was working on becoming more efficient and on trying to incubate a new set of leaders who would recognise and appreciate that they have to “build their reputation based on hard work and that there is no room for arrogance in the Party”.“Those are the things consuming me, not for who will run when the elections come,” the former President emphasised.He stressed that the PPP, at the appropriate time, would decide on its presidential candidate, and he assured that the process of selection would be democratic and in accordance with the Party’s constitution.“I am sure the Party will decide on who the best candidate will be at that point in time. A candidate who can lead us to victory, a competent candidate who can deliver on promises, a candidate who is visionary, a candidate who can bring people together,” he stated.Jagdeo also reminded that the Party had supported the two-term limit in 1999, when the Constitution was reformed; however, he could not say whether the PPP’s position has changed.“I speak for the PPP as the General Secretary, and we have not discussed this matter at the level of the Executive nor at the Central Committee. So, if you hear anyone else speak about what they know or what they don’t know, then they are not reflecting the views of the PPP. They are reflecting views as individuals,” Jagdeo said.He told the media that when the time came for such discussions, the Party would discuss it in detail.In further calming media reports that he may run again, Jagdeo emphasised that the Party’s members would have to follow certain criteria when deciding on a presidential candidate.“Whoever the candidate we choose whenever the time comes, that decision would be made in accordance with our constitution, so it will be what is legal and secondly, what is in the best interest of the Party, supporters and the country,” he explained, noting that the Party would keep an open mind in the decision-making process.The former President noted that it was rather foolish that persons would think the PPP was exerting all its efforts into ensuring that he ran for a third term.“To have people think that a party like ours, particularly me given that responsibility (of General Secretary) and having been President for a long time would put all our eggs in one basket, that is the basket that ‘Jagdeo will run again’, is foolhardy and it is something that severely underestimates our thinking,” he posited.In this regard, the Opposition Leader said, “For those who think that the decision is made and that we are putting all of our eggs in a single basket, if the APNU believes that, then they have another think coming.”Additionally, Jagdeo was surprised that the very persons who have levied all sorts of accusations against him now seem worried about him possibly running for a third term.“I am so surprised that there is such a big outcry about Jagdeo and all of this, because I am supposed to be a dictator, mismanage the economy, be the most corrupt individual in Guyana; therefore, I make a terrible candidate,” he stated.ChallengeGovernment had filed an appeal against Justice Chang’s ruling, but the Court of Appeal recently upheld that the term limit was unconstitutional.Justice Chang’s ruling was appealed by then Speaker of the National Assembly, Raphael Trotman and current Attorney General Basil Williams. The constitutional challenge case was brought by Georgetown resident Cedric Richardson in February 2015, and sought the court’s interpretation of the National Assembly’s changes to Article 90 as it related to four restraints on the freedom of choice by citizens at national elections. As adumbrated by Justice Chang, “The purported alteration of Article 90 by Act No 17 of 2001, in substance and effect, undoubtedly diminishes the democratic rights of the electorate in electing a person of their own choice as President, by excluding from presidential candidature:(1) Citizens of Guyana not resident in Guyana on Nomination Day(2) Citizens of Guyana resident in Guyana on Nomination Day but who have not been continuously resident in Guyana for seven years prior to that date(3) Citizens of Guyana by registration(4) Citizens of Guyana who have served for two terms as President. The ruling ultimately means that an amendment to the Constitution, which was enacted when the National Assembly altered Article 90 via a two-thirds vote in 2000, needs a referendum to make a final decision, since to proceed otherwise would be for the National Assembly to deny the citizens of Guyana an inalienable right.Attorney General Basil Williams has said he will appeal that ruling in the Caribbean Court of Justice, and has 30 days to do so.On Sunday last, Head of the 1999-2000 Constitutional Commission, Ralph Ramkarran suggested a referendum to amend the Constitution instead of having unnecessary expense by taking the matter to the CCJ. (Devina Samaroo)last_img read more

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Cerritos has a Sim-ple formula for tennis win

first_imgCerritos High boys tennis player David Sim won three sets without losing a single game as the Dons went on the road and topped Los Alamitos, 13-5, in nonleague action Thursday. Arun Alagappan also swept three singles sets for Cerritos (2-0). Joey Szilagyi and Kris Johnson swept their doubles sets for the Braves at the Mayfair Tournament. Boys golf Santa Margarita 190, SJ Bosco 214 Cameron McCann led the Braves (2-2, 1-1) with a 3-over-par 39 in a Trinity League loss at Coto de Caza Country Club. Wilson 192, Fountain Valley 225 Senior Eric Lyon shot a 1-over 37 at Old Ranch Country Club to lead the Bruins (4-0) to the victory. O’Neill Cowan and Scott Yeakel each shot 38 for Wilson. Downey 226, Mayfair 243 Angel Hernandez led the Vikings (2-2) to a nonleague victory with a round of 41 at Rio Hondo Golf Course. Arpit Bhagat shot a 43 for Downey. The Monsoons (1-2) were led by Mike Mendez’s 45. Warren 213, Montebello 235 Art Saro shot a 1-under 35 at Montebello Country Club to lead the Bears to a nonleague victory in their season opener. Mike Amarilla and Chris Hurst each shot 43 for Warren. Valley Christian 213, Whitney 233 Shane Symens and Jamison Hughes each shot a 41 at Los Amigos Golf Course to lead the Crusaders (2-0) to a nonleague win. Boys volleyball Lynwood 3, Norwalk 2 Senior outside hitter Andy Morales had 28 kills and senior setter Cesar Arriola had 22 assists for the visiting Knights (2-0) in a 25-20, 25-13, 13-25, 18-25, 15-11 nonleague victory. Los Alamitos 3, Redondo 0 The host Griffins (2-0) swept Redondo (0-1), 25-19, 25-19, 25-17 in the nonleague win. Softball San Pedro 5, Birmingham 0 Junior Taylor Petty tossed a perfect game for 6 2/3 innings before allowing her only hit as the Pirates easily won their opener. Petty, the Press-Telegram Dream Team Player of the Year in 2006, struck out 16. Perelini Koria had a pair of home runs and three RBI. Girls swimming Millikan 113, Diamond Bar 57 Junior Kallie Berry won the 200 freestyle (2:05.95) and the 500 free (5:47.62) and swam on two winning relays for the Rams (2-0) in a nonleague meet. Poly 96, Los Alamitos 71 Senior Kendall Starkman won the 200 IM (2:27.69), the 100 backstroke (1:04.53) and was on two winning relays for the host Jackrabbits in their season opener. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Kyle Kinney and Nathan Bowers each won two singles sets for the visiting Jackrabbits (0-2) in nonleague play. Downey 11, Jordan 7 Kevin Tran and Abraham Sandoval each swept three singles sets for the visiting Vikings (2-1) in nonleague play. In doubles, Jaechan Cho and Andrew Lee won twice. Sultana 3, SJ Bosco 2; SJ Bosco 3, St. Margaret’s 2 center_img In doubles, Bongki Min and Michael Lu were 6-3, 6-3, 6-3 winners from the No. 1 position. The No. 3 team of Justin Min and Jonathan Tso won twice, 1-6, 7-5, 6-2. Fountain Valley 12, Poly 6 last_img read more

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WATCH: Vignettes of old Fort St. John unveiled

first_imgLarry Evans, with the North Peace Historical Society says its their mandate to preserve history for future generations today, and it doesn’t stop with what we see as history in 2016.“We’re trying to preserve the history that is happening today around here, because 50 to 100 years from now, people will be wondering about this era,” Evans said. “History is made every day.”Some people who were interviewed for the videos came to watch the final product at the screening. Two people who were interviewed are Bud and Jo Middleton.Bud’s family moved to Fort St. John when he was five-years-old. He was around two-years-old when the Highway was completed. Jo was born and raised in Fort St. John after the Highway was finished, and grew up after that major transportation artery came into place.Advertisement FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. — Tourism Fort St. John’s vignettes were premiered at the North Peace Seniors Housing’s Apartment 1 yesterday afternoon, before a room full of viewers.The short videos feature interviews with people who lived in Fort St. John around 1942, when the Alaska Highway was completed. The North Peace Museum contributed old photos to the videos, as well. Next year, the Highway celebrates it’s 75th Anniversary.Christine Seguin with Tourism Fort St. John said the tourism board, along with the North Peace Museum, collected data and conducted interviews for three years to complete the project.- Advertisement -“The City has been built on a solid foundation of blood, sweat, and tears,” she added. “We proudly live on the fruits on these labours, and are still surrounded by hard worth and growth around us today.”pic.twitter.com/nGNJyuGW6U— Montana (@montana_rc) February 17, 2016Advertisement Long-time residents of the biggest city in the Peace, they’ve seen many changes over the years.“They make it sound like it was really tough in those days, and it was, but there were a lot of good things, too,” Jo said. “There was a lot of community involvement, and a lot of people helping each other. That was nice.”last_img read more

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Two submit papers in Montebello recall election

first_imgMONTEBELLO – Two individuals filed nomination papers Thursday in the council recall election of Councilman Jeff Siccama, the city clerk’s office announced. Leo Rodriguez and Mary Anne Saucedo’s papers have been submitted to the Los Angeles County Registrar’s office for verification, said Debbie Kasoroff, deputy city clerk. Rodriguez is running in the November 6 council election and Saucedo is a former councilmember. The recall election is Dec. 18. 165Let’s talk business.Catch up on the business news closest to you with our daily newsletter. Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREChargers go winless in AFC West with season-ending loss in Kansas Citylast_img read more

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ALMOST 1,000 CHEATING SPOUSES IN DONEGAL EXPOSED AFTER HACKERS LEAK DATA

first_imgA highly controversial dating website that was infiltrated by hackers has exposed almost 1,000 cheating spouses in Donegal.Ashley Madison is a dating website which encourages married men and women to cheat on their partners. The website has a tacky tagline which says ‘Life is short. Have an affair’.In Donegal, there is an incredible 942 users on the Ashley Madison dating site.The users exposed today come from towns across Donegal which include Letterkenny, Bundoran, Carrick, Glenties, Donegal Town, Lifford and Ballybofey.Ashley Madison charged around £12 for a service in which it promised to remove a user’s personal data from its servers but the leak exposed flaws in its data protection policies. That enabled a group of hackers called ‘The Impact Team’ to infiltrate their servers which contained all the personal data of  users worldwide.There are 1.2million users in the UK alone, and there is 110,000 users based in Ireland.The details of the Irish users has been released by the hackers and that has enabled everyone to see how many users are in each county. ALMOST 1,000 CHEATING SPOUSES IN DONEGAL EXPOSED AFTER HACKERS LEAK DATA was last modified: August 22nd, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Featuresnewslast_img read more

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In search of a role model

first_imgI was inspired to write this article by a song recently released by Pink called “Stupid Girls.” One verse in particular jumped out at me. Toward the beginning of the song, Pink poses the question, “What happened to the dreams of a girl president?” Then she supplies a sufficient – yet sad – answer: “She’s dancing in the video next to 50 Cent.” AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREBasketball roundup: Sierra Canyon, Birmingham set to face off in tournament quarterfinalsIt is a sad reality. What happened to the feminist spirit of the sixties? What happened to the dream of a woman leading our country? The idea of what it is to be a strong and powerful woman has dramatically changed. The women idolized in society are not the humanitarians, like Melinda Gates, or powerful media figures like Diane Sawyer, politicians or authors; it’s the celebrities, models and actresses. The real role models are unappreciated. Young women aspire to be like Paris Hilton or Lindsay Lohan instead of great historical figures like Rosa Parks, whose strength and vigor helped spark the Civil Rights movement; or Eleanor Roosevelt, the greatest First Lady of all time who selflessly helped countless people during her husband’s term. Society’s goals for women have shifted from promoting knowledge and leadership to placing an emphasis on exterior qualities. As long as you are pretty you have no worries. Young girls no longer strive to be president; they strive to be celebrities with their pictures splashed all over tabloids and the Internet. When I began brainstorming about this article, I struggled to think of influential women of our generation, and sadly my list was very short. That is the downfall of society: our young girls do not really have proper role models to look up to. I couldn’t think of many after Oprah Winfrey, who is perhaps the greatest living humanitarian, or Condoleezza Rice, who is clearly the most intelligent person in the White House. However, there are also the forgotten female athletes that we should look up to, such as Billie Jean King for all the barriers she broke and opinions she transformed; Cheryl Miller for being the dominating athlete in her family of male basketball stars; Lisa Fernandez for continuing to bring home gold medals from the Olympics; or Pat Summit for coaching championship teams continuously. It is not even necessary to be an athlete to appreciate what these women have accomplished in a “man’s world” of sports. It is also a sad realization that the powerful women in the business world are not only unappreciated, in large part they are unknown. Have you ever heard of Anne Mulcahy (chief executive officer of Xerox) or Mary Simmons (Rite Aid chief)? I doubt it, but you should. They are paving the way for our generation, ladies! I still cling to the dream of a woman in charge, a woman sitting in the oval office, holding the highest position in all the land, the leader of the free world. We, as a society, need to step away from our goals of wanting to be like Nicole or Paris or Britney or Jessica, and start trying to become the best we can possibly be. Because this definitely cannot be all for us girls. We are meant for so much more. Megan Kelperis, 16, is a junior at La Serna High in Whittier. She is involved in softball, basketball and the school newspaper, and hopes to major in journalism, English or political science at Pepperdine University.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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€50M RE-TRAINING BOOST FOR UNEMPLOYED CONSTRUCTION WORKERS

first_imgIreland’s North and West MEPs today warmly welcomed the decision by the European Commission to allocate €51 million of EU Globalisation Adjustment Fund (EGF) aid for retraining laid-off Irish construction industry workers.Having initiated the push to apply for EGF funding in the first instance, Pat the Cope Gallagher MEP, Marian Harkin MEP and Jim Higgins MEP said in a joint statement: “We are very pleased that our efforts have borne fruit and that this funding will now be available to retrain and upskill construction industry workers adversely affected by the slump in their sector.”They noted that it is now “imperative that every effort is made to ensure that the best possible opportunities are identified to equip workers for future employment opportunities”. The North and West MEPs also hailed the announcement as “clearly proving the value of MEPs working closely together in the interest of Irish citizens, collaborating proactively with the government of the day to maximise Ireland’s ability to avail of vital European Union resources”.The three applications on behalf of 5,987 Irish construction industry workers will total €51 million, of which the EU will provide €33 million and Ireland €18 Million.The package of measures will include training programmes and training allowances, 2nd and 3rd level education programmes and supports, and redundant apprentices training programmes and supports.The decision is subject to the approval of the European Parliament and the three North West MEPs are confident it will be approved. €50M RE-TRAINING BOOST FOR UNEMPLOYED CONSTRUCTION WORKERS was last modified: October 5th, 2011 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:EU retraining fundlast_img read more

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THE DONEGAL COMPANY BRINGING EXCELLENT RESULTS FOR CUSTOMERS

first_imgJoe McGee receiving his Customer Service Excellence Ireland recognition along with family and staff Promoted postBusinesses across Donegal and further afield are taking advantage of a local company which is putting customers first – with excellent results.Customer Service Excellence Ireland is a company which is measuring and ensuring excellence across all sectors and sizes of business in Ireland.Research and customer service audits in the recent years have shown a clear fall in the level of customer service standards with most experts and observers pointing to the Celtic Tiger years as having a damaging effect.“We simply took our eye off the ball” a spokesman said.Customer Service Excellence Ireland provides programmes to suit all sizes of business which start with measuring the quality of service.This is followed by relevant training workshops and the continuous improvement of the customer service quality.The aim then is to bring the service quality to the level of excellence and this is measured independently and recognition is then granted to the business.One such local company who has taken advantage of Customer Service Excellence Ireland is Letterkenny-based butcher shop Joe’s Butchers.The well-known butcher shop, based in the Letterkenny Shopping Centre, is the most recent recipient of the Customer Service Excellence Ireland award.They follow Glenveagh National Park and the Sandwich Co as others in Donegal who have used the programme.Joe McGee owner and well known businessman on receiving his award said they wanted to match their great products with great customer service. “We wanted to invest in our customer service standards so that our great produce on sale was matched by the customer experience being at a high level. We employed CSEI and found the partnership with them of huge benefit.“They measured where we were and then set about working to get us to a level where we feel the customer wants to be. The training used was very involving of our staff and in fact our staff suggested many of the improvements. It has been very worthwhile and we will continue our work with CSEI to ensure service excellence continues.”Customer Service Excellence Ireland was launched only this year and brings a fresh approach to the all important area of customer service.The training used in the workshops has the aim of establishing a focus on the customer experience and how that can be improved. By having a measurement before training and a recognition programme as a follow up, all three elements combine to produce a stronger customer service satisfaction outcome giving the business that uses the programme, a competitive edge. Your business may need a steer in the right direction and Customer Service Excellence Ireland could well provide that gentle push.For further information email; team@cseireland.ie , call 07491 16597 or visit our website www.cseireland.ieTHE DONEGAL COMPANY BRINGING EXCELLENT RESULTS FOR CUSTOMERS was last modified: August 27th, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:CUSTOMER SERVICE EXCELLENCE IRELANDJoe’s Butcherslast_img read more

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Warner unit unites digital operations

first_imgBURBANK – Acknowledging the entertainment industry’s changing technological landscape, Warner Bros. on Tuesday announced the formation of a new business unit that consolidates the company’s various businesses involved in the digital delivery of entertainment content. The company’s home-video, wireless, online, games and emerging technologies operations make up the newly christened Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group, which will be headed by Kevin Tsujihara as its president. “This is our attempt to change an organizational structure that has been in place for probably 50 years,” Tsujihara said Tuesday. “It’s a reflection that the traditional means of distribution need to adapt to digital technology and the way we are going to be distributing our product now and going forward.” Tsujihara said he believes Warner Bros. is the first of the major studios to create a digital distribution division within the company, a move that streamlines activities that had previously been taking place in various places. Sanders will be responsible for the division’s worldwide operations and was most recently executive vice president and general manager of North America operations. Warner Home Video, with its vast library of film titles, hit television shows and such newer feature films as the “Harry Potter,” “Lord of the Rings” and “Batman” franchises, has long been an industry heavyweight. The home-video unit is spearheading Warner Bros.’ move into next-generation, high-definition DVD. The company announced last week that it will release movies in the Blu-ray format, which was a major development in the battle over next-generation technology between Sony Corp.-backed Blu-ray and the competing HD-DVD, which has backers that include Toshiba Corp. The company also announced Tuesday the formation of Warner Bros. Digital Distribution, a business unit within the Home Entertainment Group that will include online, wireless, electronic sell-through, VOD, SVOD and pay-per-view. The head of this new unit has not yet been announced. Warner Bros. officials also said they plan to increase their production and output of games based on both original properties and on titles in the Warner Bros. library. Greg Hernandez, (818) 713-3758 greg.hernandez@dailynews.com 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week Tsujihara, who has been with Warner Bros. in various jobs since 1994, will report directly to Warner Bros. Chairman and CEO Barry M. Meyer and Alan F. Horn, president and COO. “Kevin is a visionary executive, well versed in future-based technologies, and the ideal person to help us navigate the uncharted territories we’ll face with emerging and next-generation distribution and exhibition platforms,” Meyer said in a statement. “We’ll look to him and his expertise to help shape and execute the company’s digital strategies and business plans.” Warner executives said the studio is seeking to get the most out of current and next-generation distribution methods, with the goal of making its content available to audiences through as many channels, platforms and devices as possible. “We had to adapt to the marketplace, and we had to adapt to how consumers want to consume our product,” Tsujihara said. “We feel like consumers are beginning to ask for our products in different ways. We are organizing around consumers versus the way we want people to take our product. We need to be more consumer-focused.” As part of the reconfiguration, Ronald Sanders was named by Tsujihara as the new president of Warner Home Video on Tuesday. Sanders, a 15-year veteran of the division, replaces Jim Cardwell, who has left the studio. last_img read more

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