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October 12 2002 The Italian Projects Roma Tre stu

first_imgOctober 12, 2002 The ItalianProjects Roma Tre students have arrived. [bottom] Valerio Pellegrini,Carlo Ciampoli, Alessandro Celleti and Alfonso Rubeis. [top] AnitaMaruccia. The five architecture students will complete a semesterprogram at Arcosanti earning credits with their University inconstruction, model making, woodshop, and a course with Arizona StateUniversity. [Photo & text: SA] This ItalianProject program links Arizona State University with Universita Roma Treas these students will attend one ASU Architecture course this fall.ASU professor Jeff cook has developed this new program with Arcosanti’sItalian Project. The students on their way to school. [Photo: T & text:SA] Randall Schultz isinstructing the students in wood working. Carlo has completed abeautiful new counter top for EC I and Alessandro is cutting it toexact size. [Photo & text: SA] Anita and Valeriowith their wood working projects. For more information on the ItalianProject contact Linda Roby(PublicRelations) or AntonioFragiacomo. [Photo & text: SA]last_img read more

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Dietmar Pöltl German cable operator Tele Columbus

first_imgDietmar PöltlGerman cable operator Tele Columbus – which now operates under the PŸUR brand – has named Dietmar Pöltl as chief technology officer, following the decision of Ludwig Modra to leave the group.Pöltl comes to Tele Columbus from Vodafone Deutschland, where he has served as vice-president of the service assurance centre with responsibility for mobile, fixed and cable networks since 2016. He was previously vice-president of central network and assurance management at Kabel Deutschland, subsequently acquired by Vodafone, and has also held senior positions at T-Mobile and Tele2 Austria.Modra, who has been responsible for the group’s technology platforms since November 2015, having previously held the same position at Primacom, will leave the group in October.Prior to joining Primacom, which was subsequently absorbed by Tele Columbus, Modra served as vice-president for network engineering and operations at Unitymedia-Kabel BW.Tele Columbus CEO Timm Degenhardt thanked Modra for his “dedication and commitment”, particularly in relation to seeing through Tele Columbus’ acquisition and integration of Primacom and Pepcom.Degenhardt said that Pöltl would bring his expertise to help push through Tele Columbus’ harmonisation of its networks, the expansion of its fibre footprint and its orientation to deliver superior customer service.last_img read more

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BBC Studios premium drama channel BBC First is

first_imgBBC Studios’ premium drama channel, BBC First, is due to launch in Croatia, Slovenia, and Macedonia for the first time from April 1, 2019.LutherBBC First will be available via A1 Telekom Austria Group’s subsidiaries A1 Croatia, A1 Slovenia and one.VIP in Macedonia.Viewers can tune-in through A1’s pay TV and Xplore TV over-the-top services and programming will be available subtitled in Croatian, Slovenian, and Macedonian from launch.The move expands BBC First’s footprint in Central and Eastern Europe following its debut in Poland last October.“British drama has seen a surge in popularity in recent years owing to its original storytelling and outstanding talent on and off screen,” said Salim Mukaddam, vice president and general manager CEE, BBC Studios.“BBC First is uniquely placed in the market as the destination for viewers seeking out this world-class, yet uniquely British drama series, all in one place. I am looking forward to bringing it to more homes across CEE.”Gernot Rasch, director of marketing and operations, A1 Telekom Austria Group, said: “We see content and entertainment as a critical element of our multi-screen customer experience and it`s in the core of transforming our offerings from connectivity into personal experiences.“We are particularly happy and proud to be the first one in our markets to offer our customers BBC First and its exquisite stories and plots.”BBC First’s content line-up includes shows like Luther, Call the Midwife, Silent Witness, Atlantis, Doctor Who, Ripper street and the BBC’s 2016 TV adaptation of War and Peace.last_img