Switzerland suspends this league day because of the coronavirus

first_imgAlso, seeing the calendar so tight and to follow the League normally, the institution values ​​playing games behind closed doors but they still have to decide with the clubs, who have not expressed their position regarding this solution.The matches suspended in the First Division are Sion-St-Gallen, Young Boys-Zurich, Lucerne-Basel, Servette-Lugano and Xamax-Thun. In Second the Laussane Ouchy-Chiasso, Kriens-Schaffhausen, Wil-Lausanne and Vaduz-Wintherthur will not be played.In addition to the League, Switzerland has also been forced to suspend the Geneva Motor Show, one of the most important events of the year in the motor world. The Swiss League will have to stop for the measures taken by the Swiss government to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, which in the country already accumulates up to 15 positives by Covid-19. The executive has banned any type of event that exceeds one thousand people capacity until March 15 and the Swiss League (SLF) has folded to government requirements postponing this day 24 in First and Second Division.In an official statement, the League informs of this suspension and leaves the new date for this twenty-fourth day, which they indicate, will be decided next week.last_img read more

South Carolinas hype video Show them

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Sponsored By Connatix As our culture gets faster and our attention spans shorter, the hype video is quickly becoming a thing of the past. Gone, largely, are the 2- or 3-minute epics in favor of minute-or-less videos that can be produced daily.That’s not to say the quality has dropped, however. Quite the opposite. Creative video is the biggest growth area in college football right now. Because recruits take their smart phones with them everywhere they go, programs must be able to recruit them at all times.South Carolina recently hired Gamecock graduate Justin King away from AL.com to serve as associate AD for new and creative media, and his department’s latest offering is a masterpiece.Over a soundtrack of former South Carolina running back — and current Eagles running backs coach — Duce Staley, South Carolina puts together a video of its players running sprints that will have you ready to run through a wall. Show them. pic.twitter.com/XDIwOFc6ZZ— Gamecock Football (@GamecockFB) July 7, 2017last_img read more

Hello its great to be back at Carnegie Hall De

first_img“Hello, it’s great to be back at Carnegie Hall. Despite Lindsey Graham’s advice, I honored my subpoena to be here today,” Stephen Colbert snarked as he took the stage at CBS’s annual Carnegie Hall Upfront presentation. Like TBS’s Conan O’Brien, NBC’s Seth Meyers, and especially ABC’s JImmy Kimmel, the CBS late night host’s Upfront performance has become institution. Colbert poked fun at the network, and the media buyers in the audience, but mostly lobbed grenades in the general direction of the Trump administration and its minions. And of course, Colbert made that crack about ousted CBS CEO Les Moonves that tore up the trades Wednesday evening. “Today is about about you advertisers,” Colbert gushed at media buyers who filled Carnegie Hall. “This your chance to sit back and let us sell to you! And because I respect you, we’re not going to destroy the show by adding commercials. Those things are awful!“ he joshed. Before his appearance, Colbert said, CBS gave him a “massive document today about how well CBS performed this year“ to help him craft his on-stage remarks. He did not have time to read it, he confessed, instead, relying on Bill Barr’s four-page summary. “Turns out Les Moonves was totally exonerated! I did not see that coming!“ Colbert said as crowd gasp/laughed. “There had to be one,“ Colbert smiled slyly, as social media took it from there. “I can reveal the most important stat about CBS: We’re No. 1, baby! We’re TV. We can stop now!“ Colbert said, getting back to the document and its stats. Clarifying, Colbert added as he pretended to listen to someone talking remotely in his ear,  “I’m being told we cannot stop now.“ “That’s No. 1 for 11 years! That means a lot of old people who don’t realize the TV in the basement has been on for a decade,“ Colbert crowed. Noting CBS’s new series from Chuck Lorre and Dick Wolf, Colbert boasted, “when it comes to finding new voices, CBS will take a chance on anyone who already is on CBS. We mean that. Advertisers, you are in the right place!” The Big Bang Theory, Colbert revealed, is going off the air because “everyone one of them is running“ in 2020, “and, so far, they are all polling ahead of John Hickenlooper” who is  “so obscure he’s not even a reference in a joke.” CBS is home to some of the highest rated crime dramas on TV, the Late Show star reminded viewers, ticking off FBI, Blue Bloods, and “your NCIS’s LA through New Orleans.” “For some reason these days, Americans really want to watch people who obviously committed crimes go to jail for them!“ Colbert added, pointedly. CBS being tied for first among adults 25-54, Colbert revealed he aged out of that key advertiser demo two days earlier. “I want to thank you for all the years you gave a damn about what I watched,” he said, adding “I just hope my data made a difference for the next generation of TV watchers. Now I’m off to — well again, you don’t care.” With Big Bang Theory going off the air, CBS does have one troubling trend, the late night show cautioned. “We are are down to one Sheldon,” he said, calling for the creation of a Captive Sheldon Breeding Program. “Jim Parsons, we need DNA,” Colbert SOS-ed. “Get yourself a bottle of scotch, an issue of Scientific American, and do your duty, sir.” “Everyone have that image in your head?” Colbert asked media buyers. “Good!” Source: deadline.comlast_img read more