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first_img And the second panel box, before and after. [Photo & text: sa] February 25, 2005 Continuation from 2/23 – Arcosanti site electrician Michael Bittman, aka Dr. Sparks, at the completed, well labeled wall panel. [Photo & text: sa] There are some exceptions to the electric lines connected to the public grid. A small solar plant in Unit 8, see installation of the supporting solar panel reported on 6/16/03, supplies power to Units 8, 9 and 10, as well as to the lighting of hallways and walkways all through the East Crescent. More of this on 3/2. [Photo & text: sa]last_img read more

Virtual pay TV operators in the US are making more

first_imgVirtual pay TV operators in the US are making more than twice the revenue of traditional pay TV operators per channel per month, according to Ampere Analysis.The new research claims there is “more money to go around” in the skinny pay TV bundle than in traditional US pay TV packages, making the switch to ‘virtual’ pay TV potentially lucrative for channels.While the national average revenue per channel per customer for traditional pay TV is US$0.23 a month, virtual pay TV operators make a healthier US$0.59 per channel per month on average, according to the report.Even removing the cost of carrying US national networks, the remaining revenue per channel for skinny bundle packages still stands at US$0.48, “more than double the average for traditional pay TV”, said Ampere’s research.“US pay TV operators have needed to balance carriage fees and revenue for a long time. However, with the increasing migration of pay TV subscribers to OTT services, that balancing act is only set to become more precarious,” said Ampere Analysis research director, Guy Bisson.“Despite the fees they are charged to include US networks in their streaming packages, vMSOs (virtual Multiple Systems Operators) have made a better job of reconciling the carriage fees versus revenues per channel equation.“For channels, the shift to streaming and rise of vMSOs looks like a potentially strong plus – providing they have strong enough brands to make the cut.”last_img read more

Bunto TV a new advertisingsupported videoondem

first_imgBunto TV, a new advertising-supported video-on-demand service spealising in foreign-language series has launched commercially in the German market.The service, formerly known as Bumerang TV, offers a range of series from countries including Turkey and Spain including Turkish historical drama Muhtesem Yüzyil– The Magnificent Century or Das Osmanische Imperium: HAREM- Der Weg zur Machtin the German version, the first time the series has been dubbed into German.Bunto TV comes from aggregator Govinet Deutschland. The service was initially launched online in December ahead of this week’s full launch.The service debuted is available via the web, on tablets, smartphones and smart TV.last_img read more