Rep Markkanen to host teletown hall meeting

first_img State Rep. Greg Markkanen will host a tele-town hall meeting Tuesday, June 18, for residents to ask questions about the upcoming change in Michigan’s car insurance system. Markkanen will be joined by Speaker Pro Tempore and Chairman of the select committee on reducing car insurance rates, Jason Wentworth.“Last month, I was happy to cast my vote to lower car insurance rates for drivers across the state,” Rep. Markkanen said. “Speaker Pro Tem Wentworth has worked tirelessly on this issue. I am excited for my constituents to be able to ask questions and learn more about the new law.”The tele-town hall will begin at 6:30 p.m. EDT. Those wishing to participate may call 1-855-756-7520 Ext. 48670# toll-free.For more information, contact Rep. Markkanen’s office by calling (517) 373-0850 or by email at 17Jun Rep. Markkanen to host tele-town hall meeting Categories: Markkanen Newslast_img read more

Technology provider RGB Networks has teamed up wit

first_imgTechnology provider RGB Networks has teamed up with BlackArrow to deliver targeted advertising on multiple screens. The joint solution is comprised of the BlackArrow Advanced Advertising System and RGB’s Ad Insertion for Multi-bitrate (AIM) solution. The joint solution, based on the SCTE 35 and SCTE 130 standards, is designed to deliver addressable ad insertion in an HTTP streaming video delivery environment.AIM is a subset of RGB’s Enhanced Video Intelligence Architecture (eVIA) allowing for the insertion of ads, as well as program substitution and blackout applications, in a multiscreen IP video environment.last_img

TDCowned multiplay service YouSee has unveiled a

first_imgTDC-owned multi-play service YouSee has unveiled a new packaging structure designed to provide more flexibility and a wider range of options for customers.Dubbled YouSee More, the offering will enable multi-play customers to mix and match a variety of TV options and other services as they choose.Customers that take two out of the three services out of TV, fixed-broadband or mobile w ill be able to choose up to three flexible packages or ‘benefits’, while customers that take all three services will be able to choose up to five packages or benefits.YouSee is making nine packages or benefits available on this basis initially, includining TV4’s premium pay TV service C More, YouSee Premiere, Pling Lite, YouSee Music, Book Mate, Nick Jr Play. Other benefits available as part of the choice include an online security package, the choice of being able to double up on mobile data andThe programme is being rolled out to multi-play customers in a phased way. YouSee will contact its customers over the next six months offer them the combination of products that suits them, the company said.Jaap Postma, YouSee CEO, said that YouSee More would provide a flexible series of additional benefits to reward multi-play customers at no extra cost.last_img read more