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Market Turmoil Hurt Citi’s Revenue as ’18 Ended, Signaling Possible Trouble

By EMILY FLITTER

The first of the largest United States banks to report earnings for last year’s fourth quarter warned that Fed policy and the trade war between the United States and China were creating new risks.

Cargo Plane Crashes in Iran, Killing at Least 15

By THOMAS ERDBRINK

Fire engulfed the 39-year-old aircraft when it hit a residential area northwest of Tehran. Under sanctions, Iran has struggled to maintain its aging air fleet.

Cockpit Voice Recorder of Crashed Lion Air Plane Is Found

By MIKE IVES and MUKTITA SUHARTONO

Data from the recorder could provide further insight into the steps taken by the pilots before the plane crashed into the Java Sea in October.

Investors Were Spooked About Profits. Now Come the Facts.

By MATT PHILLIPS

After the worst year for stocks in a decade, investors are eager to hear what executives expect in 2019 as companies report fourth-quarter earnings.

Investors Were Spooked About Profits. Now Come the Facts.

By MATT PHILLIPS

After the worst year for stocks in a decade, investors are eager to hear what executives expect in 2019 as companies report fourth-quarter earnings.

CIS HD first for Globecast

By Chris Dziadul

Globecast has been selected by the National State TV and Radio Company of the Republic of Belarus to launch an HD version of its international satellite channel Belarus 24.

In a release, Globecast says that the channel, distributed as a FTA service on Eutelsat’s Hotbird, made its debut at the beginning of last month, with the SD version continued until January 1, 2019. The significance is that the launch on Hotbird is the first of a HD channel from a CIS country.

As previously reported by Broadband TV News, plans by the Belarusian broadcaster to switch its channels to HD were first announced last year.

Commenting on the development, Aleksandr Martynenko, general director at Belarus 24, said: “We have a high trust relationship with Globecast, much like they do with Eutelsat. Given the success and reach of Belarus 24 in SD since 2005, we felt it was time for us to deliver this important content in HD so that we can bring a significantly enhanced viewing experience to our customers. We are very happy with our choice of Globecast and Eutelsat as the project has gone exceptionally smoothly”.

Biliana Pumpalovic, general director at Globecast Moscow, added: “Belarus 24 has been an important customer of ours for almost a decade, and we feel privileged that they came to us with this key upgrade in their distribution development. We’ve worked closely with them, both technically and commercially, to bring the HD version of Belarus 24 to millions of viewers across Europe”.

CIS HD first for Globecast

By Chris Dziadul

Globecast has been selected by the National State TV and Radio Company of the Republic of Belarus to launch an HD version of its international satellite channel Belarus 24.

In a release, Globecast says that the channel, distributed as a FTA service on Eutelsat’s Hotbird, made its debut at the beginning of last month, with the SD version continued until January 1, 2019. The significance is that the launch on Hotbird is the first of a HD channel from a CIS country.

As previously reported by Broadband TV News, plans by the Belarusian broadcaster to switch its channels to HD were first announced last year.

Commenting on the development, Aleksandr Martynenko, general director at Belarus 24, said: “We have a high trust relationship with Globecast, much like they do with Eutelsat. Given the success and reach of Belarus 24 in SD since 2005, we felt it was time for us to deliver this important content in HD so that we can bring a significantly enhanced viewing experience to our customers. We are very happy with our choice of Globecast and Eutelsat as the project has gone exceptionally smoothly”.

Biliana Pumpalovic, general director at Globecast Moscow, added: “Belarus 24 has been an important customer of ours for almost a decade, and we feel privileged that they came to us with this key upgrade in their distribution development. We’ve worked closely with them, both technically and commercially, to bring the HD version of Belarus 24 to millions of viewers across Europe”.

CIS HD first for Globecast

By Chris Dziadul

Globecast has been selected by the National State TV and Radio Company of the Republic of Belarus to launch an HD version of its international satellite channel Belarus 24.

In a release, Globecast says that the channel, distributed as a FTA service on Eutelsat’s Hotbird, made its debut at the beginning of last month, with the SD version continued until January 1, 2019. The significance is that the launch on Hotbird is the first of a HD channel from a CIS country.

As previously reported by Broadband TV News, plans by the Belarusian broadcaster to switch its channels to HD were first announced last year.

Commenting on the development, Aleksandr Martynenko, general director at Belarus 24, said: “We have a high trust relationship with Globecast, much like they do with Eutelsat. Given the success and reach of Belarus 24 in SD since 2005, we felt it was time for us to deliver this important content in HD so that we can bring a significantly enhanced viewing experience to our customers. We are very happy with our choice of Globecast and Eutelsat as the project has gone exceptionally smoothly”.

Biliana Pumpalovic, general director at Globecast Moscow, added: “Belarus 24 has been an important customer of ours for almost a decade, and we feel privileged that they came to us with this key upgrade in their distribution development. We’ve worked closely with them, both technically and commercially, to bring the HD version of Belarus 24 to millions of viewers across Europe”.

CIS HD first for Globecast

By Chris Dziadul

Globecast has been selected by the National State TV and Radio Company of the Republic of Belarus to launch an HD version of its international satellite channel Belarus 24.

In a release, Globecast says that the channel, distributed as a FTA service on Eutelsat’s Hotbird, made its debut at the beginning of last month, with the SD version continued until January 1, 2019. The significance is that the launch on Hotbird is the first of a HD channel from a CIS country.

As previously reported by Broadband TV News, plans by the Belarusian broadcaster to switch its channels to HD were first announced last year.

Commenting on the development, Aleksandr Martynenko, general director at Belarus 24, said: “We have a high trust relationship with Globecast, much like they do with Eutelsat. Given the success and reach of Belarus 24 in SD since 2005, we felt it was time for us to deliver this important content in HD so that we can bring a significantly enhanced viewing experience to our customers. We are very happy with our choice of Globecast and Eutelsat as the project has gone exceptionally smoothly”.

Biliana Pumpalovic, general director at Globecast Moscow, added: “Belarus 24 has been an important customer of ours for almost a decade, and we feel privileged that they came to us with this key upgrade in their distribution development. We’ve worked closely with them, both technically and commercially, to bring the HD version of Belarus 24 to millions of viewers across Europe”.

You Know Your Diamond’s Cut and Carat. But Does It Have Ethical Origins?

By TIFFANY HSU

Most buyers have no clue where their gems come from, and whether they are “blood diamonds.” Now, jewelers like Tiffany, hoping to attract millennials, are opening up their supply chains.

No More Brace Face? Teens Increasingly Use Clear Aligners

By JILL WERMAN HARRIS

As treatment with aligners moves from the adult to the younger market, orthodontists are treating more children without traditional wire braces.

No More Brace Face? Teens Increasingly Use Clear Aligners

By JILL WERMAN HARRIS

As treatment with aligners moves from the adult to the younger market, orthodontists are treating more children without traditional wire braces.

Was Apple’s Warning a Surprise? Not to Its Suppliers

By STEPHEN GROCER

Qorvo, Cirrus Logic, Lumentum and AMS had all slashed their revenue forecasts for the most recent quarter late last year.

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