SENIOR CENTER SPOTLIGHT Wilmington Senior Center Looking For Help With Home Delivered

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — Below is an announcement from the Wilmington Senior Center:Are you looking to make a difference? The Wilmington Department of Elderly Services is looking for dedicating drivers for its home delivered meals program. This opportunity is perfect for “mother’s hours” and for retirees looking to fill 2-3 hours of their day. Call the Senior Center at 978-657-7595 to learn more.Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedWilmington Senior Center Is In Need Of Meal Delivery AssistanceIn “Community”IT’S OUR TURN: Wilmington Seniors Speak Out In Favor Of A New Senior CenterIn “Government”SENIOR CENTER SPOTLIGHT: Tips For Seniors Dealing With The Summer HeatIn “Community”last_img read more

Franz earns Champion of Free Enterprise Award

first_img Categories: News State Rep. Ray Franz, R-Onekama, was recently presented a 2013-14 Champion of Free Enterprise award from the Michigan Chamber of Commerce by Trisha Kinley, Senior Director of Tax & Regulatory Reform. The award recognizes Franz’ 100-percent voting record on 13 House roll call votes important to Michigan’s business climate on issues such as campaign finance, environment, human resources, legal reform, tax policy, and transportation investment. “Rep. Franz has demonstrated a strong commitment to Michigan’s economic competitiveness and free enterprise by supporting policies based on individual freedom, incentive and opportunity,” noted Jim Holcomb, Senior Vice President for Business Advocacy & General Counsel for the Michigan Chamber. 08Oct Franz earns ‘Champion of Free Enterprise’ Awardlast_img read more

Netflix will aggressively ramp up local production

first_imgNetflix will aggressively ramp up local production in Europe and Asia this year to drive up penetration and meet new content quota obligations, according to Ampere analysis.In a note on Netflix’s strategy, Ampere said that Netflix announced 24 new titles for Europe in Q4 2018, which is the equivalent to the streaming giant’s total for the region in 2017 and represents 22% of its upcoming catalogue.Netflix has also said it will increase the number of European titles it produces by another third during 2019, having delivered 141 projects including recommissions in 2018. The streaming service also announced a rights deal with the Roald Dahl Company, with ambitions to produce a broad raft of children’s titles based on Dahl’s books.According to Ampere, the UK and India account for 32% of current international productions for the streamer, with the top five international markets accounting for 56% of Netflix’s international production efforts.The UK contributed 10 titles to Netflix’s slate in Q4, with India contributing eight, Germany six and Japan and Spain contributing five each.Ampere noted that central and South America appears to have taken something of a back seat in Q4, with the region only accounting for 5% of the Q4 slate – with only five titles announced ­– and 9% of the entire upcoming Netflix slate. However, the fact that Mexico is mulling the introduction of an EU-style quota of local content means that Netflix may have to review its strategy for the region in the future, says Ampere.Fred Black, analyst at Ampere Analysis said: “Locally produced, local language content is key to Netflix’s current and continued success, and these figures underline how important that strategy will remain in 2019. But there are other issues too. Netflix is pushing hard to comply with incoming European Commission quotas that would set a minimum of 30% of streaming content to be European in origin, and European titles make up 29% of Netflix’s announcements this quarter. There is a possibility that we’ll see something similar in Latin America if Mexico introduces similar quotas as it has mooted. That may signal a change in production strategy.”last_img read more