Paramedics Test Direct Response Project

first_imgONTARIO, Canada — The County of Simcoe Paramedic Services teamed up with Southlake Regional Health Centre, Royal Victoria Hospital, and Stevenson Memorial Hospital, to launch a program that ensures individuals suspected of having a heart attack receive the best possible care. For the complete story, click here.last_img

Wedding announcement: Paul and Erin (Fischer) Rainer

first_imgErin Fischer and Paul Rainer were married on Saturday, Sept. 26, 2015 at St John’s United Methodist Church in Kansas City, Mo. Erin is the daughter of Gary and Stacy Fischer of Leawood, and Paul is the son of Mark and Myrna Rainer of Sulphur Springs, Tex. Their wedding reception was held at the Monarch Room in the Crossroads. They spent their honeymoon on St Lucia at Sandals La Toc. They live in Dallas, Tex.If you’ve got a birth, engagement or wedding announcement you’d like to share with our readers, submit it here.last_img

SDVoE to Debut Live ProAV Edutainment Program

first_imgThe SDVoE Alliance today announced the Dec. 1 debut of “SDVoE LIVE! Tuesday Talk with AV Pros”, a new edutainment program featuring ProAV news commentary, training on a variety of important ProAV concepts, illuminating case studies, panel discussions and more.The 30-minute shows are scheduled for every other Tuesday and will be hosted by SDVoE Alliance President Justin Kennington from Cape Cod, Massachusetts and SDVoE Alliance Head of Education Matt Dodd from Tiverton, U.K. Special guests will take part in many episodes.“You’ll have a know-it-all Brit and an opinionated Texan facing off on controversial topics in ProAV,” said Dodd. “There are bound to be sparks and that will be part of the fun.”“Yes, we’ll have fun, but we will also provide the high-quality education that system designers, integrators and tech managers have come to expect from the SDVoE Academy,” said Kennington. “No one else in ProAV is doing this and it’s about time. Different to other prominent Americans, I am leveraging my presidency into reality TV stardom.”Upcoming SDVoE LIVE! showsThe first six episodes have already been scheduled on Tuesdays at 1 PM ET (New York). More will be added soon. Additional information is available at sdvoe.org/live/.Dec. 1 — “A New Architecture for Network Convergence”Dec. 15 — “What is a Network, Anyway?”Dec. 29 — “Leveraging Fiber Optics for Video Distribution” with guest Gary Vlaeminck, Cleerline Technology GroupJan. 12 — “HDR Explained” with guest Stéphane Tremblay, SemtechJan. 26 — “The 8K Revolution in Pro AV” with guest Chris Chinook, 8K AssociationFeb. 9 — “Why Samsung Doesn’t Use AMX” with guest Charlie Sullivan, ZeeVeelast_img read more

Adidas red-faced over All Black mix-up

first_img0Shares0000Adidas has said sorry after a video produced ahead of the All Black’s clash with France on Saturday mixed up two of the New Zealand players © AFP/File / Lukas BarthWELLINGTON, New Zealand, Nov 24 – All Blacks sponsor Adidas apologised Thursday for an embarrassing promotional video blunder in which the sportswear giant confused Malakai Fekitoa with his teammate Julian Savea.The clip, produced ahead of New Zealand’s clash with France on Saturday, features Savea staring down the barrel of a camera saying “on November 26, I will take on Paris”. But the match footage that flashes up during the video shows Fekitoa in action for the world champions, not Savea.Adidas, which has sponsored the All Blacks since 1999, said it regretted the error.“We sincerely apologise to all fans for any offence our promotional video may have caused,” Adidas New Zealand country manager Quentin Bleakley said.“We will be rectifying our video as soon as possible.”Both players share Polynesian heritage — Fekitoa was born in Tonga, while Savea is a Wellingtonian with a Samoan background.Further compounding the gaffe, Fekitoa is ineligible to play in Paris after receiving a one-match ban for a high tackle on Ireland’s Simon Zebo last weekend.It is not the first time an All Blacks sponsor has found itself in hot water.When New Zealand were hosting the World Cup in 2011, Telecom NZ came up with a marketing plan urging fans to give up sex as a way of supporting the national team.The “Abstain for the All Blacks” campaign was swiftly kicked into touch when the public labelled it crass and pointless.With a winning percentage of around 80 percent — the equal of any team in world sport — the All Blacks are arguably New Zealand’s strongest global brand, recognised even where rugby is not commonly played.They have attracted global sponsors such as Adidas and US insurance AIG, which has had its name emblazoned on the All Black jersey since 2012.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more