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Ready to Share Counter-terror Expertise with World: Pakistan

Pakistan Chief of Army Staff General Raheel Sharif has said that Islamabad is ready to share its expertise with the world on ‘counter-terrorism’ as an obligation towards international peace. 83 more words

The Hope Against Hope

If your life is in love with terror, then learn to hate life” — this is the message ‘they’ are trying to bathe our minds with… how much they’ll succeed, well, depends on us!

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Controversial

Fighting Against the Cost of Programming

Today I want to talk about the cost of programming from the perspective of a small cable provider. In the cable world, any company without many millions of cable customers is considered small because they have no effective negotiating power against the programmers. 770 more words

The Industry

AMC Networks, NCTC Strike New Cable Carriage Deal

AMC Networks and the National Cable Television Cooperative struck a deal that will keep cable networks like AMC, BBC America and IFC available via the set-top boxes of thousands of rural subscribers. 308 more words

News

President Obama: 'No Specific Threat on Homeland, We Need To Remain Vigilant'

Time: 7:17 p.m. CEST

President Barack Obama announced on Thursday from the National Counterterrorism Center in McLean, Virginia, that “at this moment our intelligence and counterintelligence professionals do not have specific and credible threat on the homeland.” But, “we need to remain vigilant,” Obama said talking after he received the updates on security situation from NCTC. 409 more words

Writings

For The Love Of Comrades Closes

After a wonderful four week run, For the Love of Comrades at the New Conservatory Theatre Center has finally closed, and I am back in New York!   100 more words

News

Small Cable Systems Failing

The American Cable Association (ACA) recently asked the FCC to look at the issue of why small cable systems are shutting down. The ACA represents small cable systems nationwide. 735 more words

The Industry