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Zelensky’s Opponents Fear He Is Ready to Capitulate to Russia

By Andrew E. Kramer

The Ukrainian president’s political opponents worry that the Trump impeachment inquiry may have weakened Ukraine’s position before peace talks in Paris next week.

The Cowboys Look for Their Offense Against the Bears

By Benjamin Hoffman

Dallas is in a rut, and Chicago’s defense is hardly a pushover. Could an upset be brewing on Thursday night?

Ukraine Knew of Aid Freeze in July, Says Ex-Top Official in Kyiv

By Andrew E. Kramer

Ukraine’s government learned of the military aid freeze during the Trump administration’s pressure campaign — and tried to keep that knowledge from going public, an ex-deputy foreign minister said.

Sky Studios to develop Elstree facility

By Julian Clover

Sky has unveiled plans to create 2,000 new jobs through the opening of a new studio facility at Elstree.

The broadcaster says the opening of the 14-stage Sky Studios Elstree will result in a £3 billion production investment in the UK creative sector over the next 5 years.

The 32 acre site, just north of London, is being backed by Sky and new owner Comcast, alongside sister-company NBCUniversal. Legal & General will develop its site and provide financing for the project.

Assuming Sky receives planning approval, the site will open in 2022, and will include production offices, a set construction workshop, a screening cinema and state-of-the-art post-production and digital facilities.

Jeremy Darroch, Group Chief Executive, Sky, said Sky Studios Elstree would play a pivotal role in bringing UK and European talent and creativity to the world. “We know our customers love our award-winning Sky Originals like Chernobyl and our investment in Sky Studios Elstree will enable us to bring more unique stories to more viewers.”

The new studio space will also play host to major film productions from Universal Pictures, Focus Features and Working Title, and television series from NBCUniversal Content Studios.
It will also have capacity to host productions from third party producers.

Darren Aronofsky: Greta Thunberg Is the Icon the Planet Desperately Needs

By Darren Aronofsky

Images of the young activist from Sweden set off a whole movement. But her actions speak louder than a picture ever could.

Review: A Young Soprano Meets the Hype at the Met Opera

By Zachary Woolfe

Just 32, Lise Davidsen makes a radiant company debut in Tchaikovsky’s “The Queen of Spades.”

Bills Clinch Winning Season With Easy Win Over Cowboys

By The Associated Press

Buffalo dominated on both sides of the ball, which could spell trouble for Coach Jason Garrett in Dallas.

N.F.L. Thanksgiving: Our Picks Against the Spread

By Benjamin Hoffman

The Saints can clinch the N.F.C. South and the Bears have a good chance of winning, but the matchup of the day will be the Cowboys’ offense against the Bills’ defense.

Multi-Mountain Passes Upended the American Ski Trip. Here Are 9 Rules.

By Elisabeth Vincentelli

The passes have encouraged fans of snow sports to visit more than one mountain on a vacation. Here’s how to navigate the new landscape.

Democrats invite Trump to testify in December impeachment inquiry

By admin

The US House of Representatives Judiciary Committee on Tuesday (26 November) invited President Donald Trump to its first impeachment hearing, scheduled for 4 December, starting a new phase of the inquiry that could lead to formal charges against the president within weeks.

At The Races and Betfred sign streaming deal

By Julian Clover

A new deal signed between At The Races (ATR) and Betfred moves the financing from the delivery of the stream to the amount of any bet placed.

The agreement covers the delivery of streaming and raceday data (which ATR sells as licensee for its racecourse rights holders) across ATR’s UK horseracing content.

Matthew Imi, Chief Executive, At The Races said: “Our partnership with Betfred is one to which we attribute great value and we are naturally delighted that this deal will not only deepen this relationship but unite us in working together, with a common goal, to maximise turnover on our horseracing product.”

ATR’s content will be delivered via its wholly owned streaming platform, Sport Mediastream.

The former At The Races channel is now branded Sky Sports Racing.