Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Kenai Fire Department and Kenai Police Department are responding to the Kenai Airport for the report of an individual found unconscious in the bathroom of the upstairs bar.Update:Sergeant Alex Prins with the Kenai Police Department said that the police are investigating a suspected drug overdose.Updated information:According to reports- the initial call to police was for the report of a deceased individual found- upon arrival Kenai Police determined the individual had a pulse and began life saving measures.The individual has been transported to Central Peninsula Hospital and receiving medical attention.Original Story:Limited details are known at this time. According to on-scene sources the individual was found in the bathroom of the Upper Deck Bar.Responders and emergency personal are currently on scene investigating the incident. Details regarding the individual are not known at this time. Updates will be posted as they are made available.
“We are disappointed to miss our target for the full year and as a result we are bringing forward plans to reduce legacy print costs and improve operating margins in the period ahead,” says Future’s CEO Mark Wood.Future has gradually been emphasizing the digital side of its operation—shedding non-core titles, shifting brands to digital-only and placing a big strategic bet on the mobile and tablet market.Digital revenues were up 24 percent year-over-year, with advertising revenue up almost 60 percent for the period. Tablet edition revenues are up 50 percent, says the company. The company shed 46 percent of its debt, now standing at about $14 million, due mostly to the sale of its UK rock titles in April.Its U.S. division, which has been losing money, is expected to turn profitable by the end of the year. Enthusiast publisher Future PLC, with brands in the technology, gaming and music markets, released its fiscal third-quarter results today and digital revenues continue to climb. The company’s board and management, however, feel revenue, which was flat at about $116 million for the quarter, has been lagging. EBITDA is expected to be about $14.4 million for the year. The gaming sector has not been pulling its weight and Future’s cost-saving initiatives, which will focus on print, will be accelerated to free up another $3.8 million by the end of 2013.
2019 Volvo S60: All the things you need, nothing you… Tags 2020 Volvo V60 Cross Country: Svelte Swede is a sweet steed Post a comment Volvo More From Roadshow 20 Photos 2019 Volvo S60 review: More competitive than ever Preview • 2020 Volvo V60 Cross Country first drive: Small changes make a big impact If you want to gussy up the exterior, there’s a set of 19-inch alloy wheels (18s are standard) for $800, and you can get dual tailpipe outlets on each side as a $285 accessory. There’s no charge to switch between the three leather interior options and the excellent City Weave plaid cloth layout.There are a few options packages available. You can heat the rear seats and the steering wheel for just $750. The $2,200 Luxury Package adds massaging ventilated seats, and it upgrades the interior’s leather to the softer Nappa variety. The $2,800 Cross Country Pro package adds a new interior inlay, memory for the passenger seats, power lumbar support for the front seats, ambient interior lighting, four-zone automatic climate control and some exterior styling. Finally, there’s the $2,500 Advanced Package, which adds all the safety-related bits, like a surround-view camera, pressure washers for the headlights, a head-up display and Pilot Assist, Volvo’s hands-on lane-holding adaptive cruise control system.Spec as many options and packages as you can, and the price rises to $55,275 including destination. That’s not too bad, considering the V60 and its multiple powertrain options can shoot north of $60,000. 2020 Volvo XC60 T8 Polestar Engineered first drive: Almost Super Trouper 2020 Volvo V60 Cross Country first drive: Small changes make a big impact Wagons Crossovers Enlarge ImageIf adding a lift kit is what it takes to get people into wagons, I’ll embrace the move with open arms. Volvo The Volvo V60 Cross Country is a wagon for people who occasionally venture off the beaten path. With a higher ride height and additional body cladding, the V60 Cross Country looks and feels slightly more rugged than the standard V60 wagon. While we drove it quite some time ago, we weren’t sure how much it would end up costing, but now we know.The 2020 Volvo V60 Cross Country starts at $46,095, comprising a $45,100 base price and the mandatory $995 destination charge. That will net you a V60 Cross Country in Ice White (the only free paint color) with Volvo’s T5 powertrain — a 2.0-liter turbocharged I4 with 250 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque. Mated to standard all-wheel drive, it’s good for an EPA-estimated 31 mpg on the highway.You do get a good amount of kit for that price. The base V60 Cross Country comes standard with a 9-inch Sensus Connect infotainment system, embedded navigation, keyless entry, a panoramic sunroof, automatic emergency braking, blind-spot monitoring and lane-keep assist. 0 Share your voice 5:33 More about 2020 Volvo V60 Cross Country T5 AWD Now playing: Watch this: Volvo
After Kriti Sanon and Sara Ali Khan, Sushant Singh Rajput is rumoured to be dating Rhea Chakraborty. There are rumours of the duo being more than ‘just good friends’ and their latest Instagram picture proves that right. Sushant and Rhea, who are rumoured to be holidaying together in Ladakh, have posted a photo of their vacation on Instagram. Though there is not a single photo of them together, the duo appears to have been clicked at the same place with the same child.As per a report in Deccan Chronicle, Sushant Singh Rajput and Rhea have been spending some time together but, are not ready to make it official yet, since Sara Ali Khan is a close friend of Rhea. The two actresses not only share the same choices in food but also used to go for workouts together. Hence, Singh and Chakraborty are finding it difficult to come out in the open with their relationship and the friendship might be at stake.Sushant Singh Rajput, who had a massive fall-out with his ex-Ankita Lokhande, seemed to have a very easy and comfortable camaraderie with Sara once upon a time. However, if a report from TOI is to be believed, the duo was more than “just good friends.” As per the report, the friendship had blossomed on the sets of ‘Kedarnath’ and turned into something more serious with time. And not just that, Sara even shortened her trip to Dehradun to ensure she remains with Sushant to celebrate his birthday in the city. The exact reason behind the duo calling-it-off is unknown but, Sara’s mother, Amrita Singh’s wish for her daughter to just focus on her career was cited as one of the reasons.
Lucky-Akhter-and-Umme-Habiba-BenazirChhatra Union president and a quota reform activist Lucky Akhter has complained that Bangladesh Chhatra League leaders and activists are using social media to harass her, with the help of the police.Detective Branch police picked up a leader, APM Suhel, of the ongoing quota reform movement last week from Lucky’s house in Shantinagar. Police took some snaps of Suhel at the time.“I thought police were only taking Suhel’s photos during the arrest, but I later saw certain content with pictures of Suhel and me on some insignificant online newspaper sites,” Lucky told Prothom Alo.Citing her concern, Lucky further added, “Only the police had those photos. How did the portals get the photos if police did not provide them with the pictures?”The student leader informed Prothom Alo that the police had snatched everyone’s mobile phones during the drive, so nobody else could have taken any photos.Lucky Akhter lives with her husband and two younger brothers in Shantinagar. Suhel, a university junior to Lucky, went to her house to watch the football match and stayed over, when police arrested him at around 4:00am.Lucky then posted a Facebook status describing Suhel’s arrest by DB police. She came under fire in the social media shortly after the status.Student federation president of Dhaka University Umme Habiba Benazir is also being harassed online.Another student involved in quota reform movement who was abused and imprisoned for 27 hours, left Dhaka but was still not spared.Lucky said, in the past when she was a part of the Ganajagaran Mancha,the Shahbag based youth-led movement, she had been abused by Jamaat-Shibir activists over the phone..“BCL activists send exactly the same messages now. Only the abusers have changed, not the words,” Lucky said.Umme Habiba criticised the government and university administration in a speech for their silent role during the quota reform movement in front of Raju sculpture on 3 July.Many has sent her rape threats on social media right after that, even calling her a prostitute. These abusers haven’t even bothered to conceal their identities. There are reportedly a number of BCL leaders among those who issued the rape threats on that day.In reaction to the situation, Habiba has said, “I spoke some bitter truth in my speech and they couldn’t tolerate that.”“Female students who are involved with the movement have two options in case of sexual harassment. Either they have to quit or carry on what they are doing with double determination. I choose the latter,” she added.Another student left Dhaka after being assaulted by BCL men in front of Central Shaheed Minar on 2 July. She was abused in many ways on social media.A Facebook group released a private telephone conversation claiming that the female voice was hers. A relative of the girl told Prothom Alo yesterday, she left Dhaka after the press conference.She keeps her phone switched off most of the time and does not have contact with any relatives, he added.Supreme Court lawyer Shahdeen Malik said, “According to the law, a phone call can be recorded with the home minister’s permission for the sake of state security. That means, the audio clip must be submitted before home minister.”“The way the audio clips are being spread, it is against article 43 of the constitution and against the law,” he added.The police refrained from comment when contacted regarding these three incidents.
Lionsgate Play Launching in India With Vodafone Idea Popular on Variety Launched in 2017, Alt has consistently managed to stay within the top percentile in a crowded market of more than 30 OTT players, including Disney’s Hotstar, Netflix, Amazon Prime, Eros Now, Zee5, Viacom 18’s Voot, Sony’s Liv and the Times Group’s MX Player. Related Indian streamer Alt Balaji has notched more than 20 million paid subscribers as of the end of the first quarter of 2019, building a customer base by keeping prices low and courting viewers outside the big cities.While the top five metropolitan areas account for 55% of India’s OTT users, Tier 1 cities account for another 36%, according to a study released in June by Counterpoint Research. Alt Balaji, a division of Balaji Telefilms, has made inroads in this market, and its subscribers are likely to hit 25 million when its next quarterly results are announced.“We are in mass Hindi-speaking India,” Nachiket Pantvaidya, Group COO of Balaji Telefilms and CEO of Alt Balaji, told Variety. “We want people in Surat, Ranchi, Raipur to watch us. We want people in rural India to watch us.” ×Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney PrincessesSeveral actors, like Daisy Ridley, Awkwafina, Jeff Goldblum and Gina Rodriguez, reveal their favorite Disney princesses. Rapunzel, Mulan, Ariel,Tiana, Sleeping Beauty and Jasmine all got some love from the Disney stars.More VideosVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9Next UpJennifer Lopez Shares How She Became a Mogul04:350.5x1x1.25×1.5x2xLive00:0002:1502:15 “We are finding our feet, collecting the data, surviving the initial tough years in a market which is filled with Goliaths who are probably outspending us” by 20 to 1, Pantvaidya said.A recent PwC report projects the Indian OTT market to grow 22.6% annually, more than double the global rate. Vicky Kaushal, Ayushmann Khurrana Share Best Actor Prize at India’s Film Awards Part of Alt’s popularity stems from pricing, in a market that is extremely sensitive to it. A 12-month Alt package costs INR 300 ($4.25), compared to Hotstar and Amazon’s $14. Netflix’s cheapest plan is $2.88 per month. “If you have to address mass India, you have to be as near free as possible,” Pantvaidya said.Alt currently has 41 originals on tap, with 60 more Hindi-language shows in the works being co-created in a recently announced partnership with Zee5, whose 76 million monthly active users will get access to Alt content. Alt’s aim is to reach a critical mass of 100 shows.Men account for 79% of all Indian OTT users, according to Counterpoint Research, in part because their tastes beyond sports and news are not catered to as much on regular television, especially in serialized entertainment. The streamers, including Alt, are trying to fill that gap. (Alt’s parent company, Balaji Telefilms, has had a stranglehold on the female-skewing Hindi-language soap opera market for 25 years, with top soaps on general entertainment channels Colors, Star Plus and Zee.)Inevitably, some of the content for the male market tends to be racy, like Alt’s wildly popular “Gandii Baat,” now in its third season. But Pantvaidya said that raciness was not the show’s point. “If you take ‘Gandii Baat,’ for example, it is stories about rural India,” he said. “Five people sitting in the city will not find it to their taste because it doesn’t appeal to them, but it reflects the real lives of a lot of people. It explores sexuality in a world that typical city folks don’t understand.”Non-racy shows like “Kehne Ko Humsafar Hain” and the gay-themed “Romil & Jugal” are also popular streams on Alt.Alt’s annual production budget ranges between $14 million to $21 million. The group should be in the black this year, and Alt’s aim of breaking even within 36 to 48 months of launch is on track. For further growth, billionaire Mukesh Ambani’s Reliance Industries, which owns a 24.9% stake in Balaji Telefilms, could prove a powerful ally.
JON Wilkin is impressed with Bradford’s start to the Super League season.Francis Cummins has guided the Bulls to two wins from three and has them playing an energetic and intensive brand of football.“You have to give them credit,” Wilkin said. “With everything they went through last season and the doubts over their future they have started really well. Franny Cummins has done a great job and he has them playing well. They are showing that resilience and steel from last season too.“It’s always physical, tight and aggressive at Bradford and I’m sure this weekend will be no different. It is always a good place to play as the atmosphere is good too. We need to be ruthless, play the game in their half and be physical in the middle; then we can take our opportunities. We will need energy and will need to kick well too.”He continues: “We displayed some of that during the game against Hull FC on Friday. It was clear that we had an element of control in the first half. We played well in patches, put nice pieces of play together, looked threatening and played out our sets. Hull would have been happy to go in at half time within touching distance.“But in the second half we didn’t have enough possession or field position to be a threat and whether it was from our penalties, or 50:50s going against us, we struggled to get out of our half.“I do believe that many other teams would have lost that game but we managed to cling on. We showed resilience in defence.“We were a couple of sets of six off causing Hull to implode, but we didn’t push them. We should have had them out of sight really and not having a chance of coming back into it.”