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Today β€” August 21st 2019Your RSS feeds

In Denmark, Bewilderment and Anger Over Trump’s Canceled Visit

By Martin Selsoe Sorensen

The cancellation, because the country expressed no interest in selling Greenland, was a rare snub for Denmark’s head of state.

Yesterday β€” August 20th 2019Your RSS feeds

At Edinburgh Festivals, Climate Awareness Comes at a Cost

By Andrzej Lukowski

International arts events are a platform to discuss the planet’s future. But traveling performers and visiting audiences arrive with their own environmental baggage.

At Edinburgh Festivals, Climate Awareness Comes at a Cost

By Andrzej Lukowski

International arts events are a platform to discuss the planet’s future. But traveling performers and visiting audiences arrive with their own environmental baggage.

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FIFA Claims Deep Pool of Bidders for 2023 Women’s World Cup

By Andrew Das

The enthusiasm is the latest sign of growing interest and potential investment in the women’s game, but one of the countries on FIFA’s list says it has no plans to bid.

Germany’s slowing growth is penalising the whole of Europe

By Marion Candau

The European train is slowing down as one of its main drivers, the German economy, is experiencing a slowdown. At the same time, job creation across the EU is declining. EURACTIV's partner Euroefe reports.

U.S. Gives Companies More Time to Cease Doing Business With Huawei

By Alan Rappeport

A 90-day extension is intended to give rural telecommunications time to wean themselves off the Chinese company, which supplies parts and equipment.

U.S. Gives Companies More Time to Cease Doing Business With Huawei

By Alan Rappeport

A 90-day extension is intended to give rural telecommunications time to wean themselves off the Chinese company, which supplies parts and equipment.

Macron extends helping hand to Putin in run-up to G7 summit

By Aline Robert

By holding a meeting ahead of the G7 summit, Russian President Vladimir Putin and French President Emmanuel Macron are attempting to extend a dialogue rendered difficult by the continued dismantling of multilateralism. EURACTIV France reports.

Viacom teams up with Access for in-car TV

By JΓΆrn Krieger

Viacom International Media Networks (VIMN) and Japanese car IT solutions provider Access have formed a partnership to make the US media company’s TV brands accessible to vehicle passengers via the Twine4Car system in Germany.

Under the terms of deal, Access is acquiring the rights to make linear feeds of MTV, Comedy Central and Nickelodeon available in German language for integration into in-car infotainment systems being developed by German car manufacturers.

The channels available via the Twine4Car service offered by Access will be a simulcast of the linear TV networks that Viacom makes available free-to-air in Germany, featuring the same content and advertising.

“Viacom believes in-car entertainment is an exciting new frontier for the video industries, with the next generation of mobile network technology ushering in a new era of connected vehicles and immersive entertainment experiences on-the-go,” said Raffaele Annecchino, president and managing director of VIMN Southern and Western Europe, Middle East and Africa.

“This deal is the first of its kind for Viacom and I’m really excited by its potential to showcase our ability to offer entertainment experiences that can deeply engage passengers of all ages,” added Annecchino.

Dr Neale Foster, CEO at Access Europe, said: “The automotive industry faces unprecedented opportunities and challenges. By bringing content and brands from Viacom to Twine4Car we are enabling car manufacturers to provide unique entertainment experiences that will deepen their relationships with car users.”

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