Its no secret Arizona Cardinals defensive coordin

first_imgIt’s no secret Arizona Cardinals defensive coordinator Todd Bowles is a top NFL head-coaching candidate. On Monday, a report said Bowles has generated interest from a division rival.ESPN’s Josina Anderson said the San Francisco 49ers’ candidates to replace outgoing head coach Jim Harbaugh include the Cards’ second-year assistant.Source: The #49ers have requested interviews with Cardinals defensive coordinator Todd Bowles and Seahawks DC Dan Quinn.— Josina Anderson (@JosinaAnderson) December 29, 2014 NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport said the 49ers have also asked permission to speak with Denver Broncos offensive coordinator Adam Gase.Previous reports have the Atlanta Falcons, New York Jets and Chicago Bears possibly interested in Bowles. On Monday, the Jets fired head coach Rex Ryan and general manager John Idzik, the Bears ousted head coach Marc Trestman and GM Phil Emery, and the Falcons fired head coach Mike Smith.Per NFL rules, teams aren’t allowed to speak with assistants whose teams have a playoff game in the opening round. The Cardinals will face the Carolina Panthers in the wild-card round Saturday. The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and sellingcenter_img Top Stories 0 Comments   Share   Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactlast_img read more

French telecom regulator ARCEP has launched a publ

first_imgFrench telecom regulator ARCEP has launched a public consultation on net neutrality following a request by the country’s parliament.Parliament has asked the regulator to consider issues of internet transparency, quality of service, interconnection and traffic management. ARCEP’s starting point is a series of six principles outlined two years ago.The consultation will be open for submissions until June 20.Over the summer, ARCEP will establish indicators of the quality of fixed-line broadband services in line with work already done for mobile networks. It will also collect information on interconnection agreements between internet players. Finally, it will look into traffic management practices, where the regulator said it had some concerns particularly relating to mobile broadband networks.last_img read more

Chello Central Europe is rebranding its two movie

first_imgChello Central Europe is rebranding its two movie channels, Flimmuzeum and Zone Romantica to Film Mania and Film Café.The rebranded channels will be launched on July 2 with new identities and logos designed to attract a wider audience.Film Mania and Film Café will offer a combination of popular films and TV series focusing on Hollywood hits and studio content, tailored to the needs of Hungarian viewers.The two brands have been developed by Danish design studio Frame. The July launch will be accompanied by a major marketing campaign. The channels are available on UPC, Magyar Telekom, Digi, Invitel, Tarr, and PR Telecom in Hungary.Levente Málnay, CEO Chello Central Europe said: “The new brands will effectively reflect the heritage of the two channels that is engaging and innovative. Film Mania will feature movies from Hollywood and the biggest studios in the world while retaining the values of Filmmuzeum. Film Café will continue offering high-quality female focussed entertainment and relaxation. Our goal is to offer varied, fresh programming to meet the demands of Hungarian viewers, in line with the cultural values.”last_img read more

Tele Columbus CEO and chairman Ronny Verhelst In

first_imgTele Columbus CEO and chairman, Ronny Verhelst.In its first results since the acquisition of Pepcom, German cable operator Tele Columbus has increased its revenues by 5% in the first quarter on a like-for-like basis to €116.1 million.EBITDA increased by 9.5% to €56.5 million.The company added 12,000 internet revenue generating units and 14,000 telephony RGUs in the quarter.The company had 3.6 million homes connected, serving 2.43 million customers, which translates into 2.45 million cable TV RGUs and 424,000 premium TV RGUs, it said. Internet RGUs amounted to 475,000 and Telephony RGUs to 441,000.The company aims to keep the number of connected homes stable over the year and to achieve mid-single digit revenue growth and high single-digit EBITDA growth for the year.Recent developments include the trialing of an advanced TV service in partnership with Espial and the launch of mobile services across the former Primacom footprint in collaboration with low-cost mobile specialist Drillisch.Ronny Verhelst, CEO of Tele Columbus, said: “We continued on our growth path while the organisational integration of Primacom and Tele Columbus is at an advanced stage. Our clear strategy going forward is to keep the homes connected base stable, to further optimise the network infrastructure and to exploit our potential for Internet, Telephony and TV services. In the first quarter 2016, we have again executed on our strategy successfully.”last_img read more