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Canadas Walk of Fame to add Donovan Bailey Anna Paquin Viola Desmond

first_imgTORONTO – Six influential Canadians from the circles of sports, entertainment and culture will be added to Canada’s Walk of Fame next month.Olympic gold medallist Donovan Bailey, Oscar-winning actress Anna Paquin and civil rights pioneer Viola Desmond, are among the diverse selection of people who will be inducted at the annual awards gala in Toronto on Nov. 15.The others are Canadian folk icon Stompin’ Tom Connors, telecommunications leader Ted Rogers and science TV host and environmental activist David Suzuki.Half of this year’s honourees are posthumous recognitions as the organization’s incoming CEO Jeffrey Latimer attempts to draw equal attention to Canadians outside the entertainment and sports worlds.Desmond, who died in 1965, emerged as a figure who challenged racial segregation in Nova Scotia during the 1940s after being jailed for sitting in the whites-only section of a movie theatre. She fought the charges in court, and after losing various proceedings, closed her business and left the province. Desmond is often credited as Canada’s Rosa Parks, even though her trial pre-dated Parks’ 1955 challenge of bus segregation in Montgomery, Ala.In 2010, Desmond was given a posthumous pardon and an apology from the Nova Scotia government. More recently, she was featured in both a Heritage Minute and chosen to grace the new $10 bill. She is only the second honouree to be recognized specifically for her social justice work, after Supreme Court justice Louise Arbour was inducted in 2014.Connors, who died of kidney failure in 2013, is hailed as a writer of Canada’s cultural songbook with staples like “Bud the Spud,” “The Hockey Song” and “Sudbury Saturday Night.”Rogers, the late president and CEO of Rogers Communications Inc. who died in 2008, is considered a seminal figure in Canada’s broadcasting landscape. His upstart company stepped into the cable industry in 1967 and in the decades that followed became a dominant player in TV, radio and publishing.Bailey is a two-time Olymipic gold medallist and three-time world champion sprinter who once held the 100-metre world record.Actress Paquin is the youngest Canadian to win an Academy Award, capturing the honour for her role in the 1993 film “The Piano.” She has gone onto play Rogue in the “X-Men” movie franchise and Sookie in HBO’s “True Blood.”Suzuki, who holds a PhD in zoology, rose to international fame with his CBC-TV program “The Nature of Things,” which has aired around the world. He’s also an outspoken activist for numerous causes, including his own David Suzuki Foundation which encourages living in a sustainable environment.This year’s Canada’s Walk of Fame additions bring the number of inductees to 173. The ceremony will be broadcast in a one-hour TV special on Dec. 3. Eric McCormack, star of “Will & Grace” star and a former inductee, will host the festivities.last_img read more

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TN fishermen claim Lankan Navy chased them away

A Sri Lankan Court on Tuesday extended till March 7, the remand of 10 Tamil Nadu fishermen who were arrested on February 7 by the Lankan Navy for allegedly fishing in their waters, Rameswaram fishermen’s association President P Sesuraja said.As many as 33 fishermen and 129 boats are in the island nation’s custody, he added. The fishermen returned to the shore this morning, the official said. The fishermen, who had ventured into the sea from this island town in more than 600 boats, were intercepted by the naval men, he added. Sri Lankan Naval personnel allegedly chased away nearly 3,000 Tamil Nadu fishermen off Katchatheevu islet and snapped fishing nets of 40 mechanised boats, the Press Trust of India reported.The Lankan Naval personnel cut the nets and chased away the fishermen on charges of entering their territorial waters on Monday, Rameswaram fisheries department assistant director Kulanchinathan said. read more

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US construction spending dips as decline in federal projects offsets home construction

by Martin Crutsinger, The Associated Press Posted Jan 2, 2013 11:48 am MDT WASHINGTON – Spending on U.S. construction projects fell in November from October because a steep drop in volatile federal projects offset another gain in home building.Construction spending dipped 0.3 per cent in November, the Commerce Department said Wednesday. It was the first decline since March and followed a 0.7 per cent increase in October, which was revised lower.Total spending declined to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $866 billion. That is 16.1 per cent above a 12-year low hit in February 2011. Even with the gain, the level of spending remained only about half of what’s considered healthy.The November figures were dragged lower by a 5.5 per cent decline in spending on federal government projects. Federal spending fluctuates sharply from month to month. In October, it rose 9.7 per cent.Spending on residential construction, however, has steadily increased over the past eight months and rose 0.4 per cent in November.Paul Ashworth, chief U.S. economist for Capital Economics, said the decline in construction spending was “nothing too much to worry about.”“This is a volatile series month to month,” Ashworth said. “The recent surge in housing starts suggests that residential construction spending will expand at a fairly rapid pace this year, particularly when Hurricane Sandy rebuilding is added in.”Spending on commercial projects dropped 0.7 per cent. Spending on office buildings, hotels and shopping centres declined. Overall government spending dipped 0.4 per cent.A separate report last month showed that builders broke ground on fewer homes in November after starting work at the fastest pace in more than four years in October. Housing starts are on track for their best year in four years.Strength in home building has been one of the bright spots for the economy this year. But overall construction is still being offset by weakness in commercial real estate and tight state and local government budgets.Sales of new homes rose 4.4 per cent in November to the highest annual pace in two and a half years. New-home sales are more than 15 per cent higher than a year ago.From July through September, residential construction grew at an annual rate of 13.5 per cent. Housing construction is on track to contribute to economic growth this year, the first time that has happened in the five years since the housing bubble burst.Though new homes represent only a fraction of the housing market, they have an out-size impact on the economy. Each home built creates an average of three jobs for a year and generates about $90,000 in tax revenue, according to statistics from the National Association of Home Builders.Builders are increasingly confident that the housing recovery will endure. A measure of their confidence rose in November to the highest level in 6 1/2 years. US construction spending dips, as decline in federal projects offsets home construction gain AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email read more

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Research Cafe looks at bullying from classroom to workplace

Research Café: Bullying – from classroom to workplace, is scheduled for Friday, Nov. 21 from 1 p.m.-3 p.m. at the Scotiabank Atrium, Cairns Family Health and Bioscience Research Complex.There was a time, not too long ago, when the taunts and punches from schoolyard bullies were just considered a part of growing up. At workplaces, people would endure office gossip or a volatile boss for the sake of staying employed.But, as a society, we’ve come to our senses. We realize that the physical and emotional costs of bullying – heightened by the tragic stories we hear in the news – are far too great.For several decades research, including studies led at Brock, have been looking at bullying from every imaginable angle. The field involves expertise in psychology, sociology, health sciences, biology, technology and business.Research Café: Bullying – from classroom to workplace, will draw on some of the expertise at Brock to open a conversation and exchange knowledge and ideas with others in the community about the complex issue of bullying in society today.The café is scheduled for Friday, Nov. 21 from 1 p.m.-3 p.m. at the Scotiabank Atrium, Cairns Family Health and Bioscience Research Complex.Marty Mako, a health promoter for Niagara Region Public Health and a member of the President’s Task Force on Community Engagement, will moderate the panel.Mako says he expects the café will be of interest to many people in the community, particularly practitioners, who share in concerns about bullying and the impact it has on the physical and emotional well-being of children, teenagers and adults.“As a health promoter with a passion for translating theory into practice, I’m impressed by how this event will bring a group of researchers and practitioners together,” he says. “The panel of experts will share ideas and help build more awareness and understanding of bullying. The goal is to work together as a community to better understand the issue, and find ways to reduce and prevent bullying that will make our day-to-day environments – schools, playgrounds, workplaces and digital spaces – safer and more comfortable for people of all ages and backgrounds.”The Research Cafe discussion will be an extension of a podcast conversation about bullying that features panel members Professors Lisa Barrow and Zopito Marini. The podcast is produced by Brock Research and will be posted to its website soon.Panel:Lisa Barrow, Assistant Professor, Goodman School of BusinessBarrow is a workplace bullying expert and is the author of two books titled In Darkness Light Dawns: Exposing Workplace Bullying, and Hope For A Healthy Workplace. She provides workplace bullying training for leaders, managers, unions and employees. Barrow also provides coaching and conflict resolution for employees involved in bullying.Ann Farrell, PhD student, Psychology Farrell’s doctoral thesis, supervised by Prof. Tony Volk, will explore how individual and environmental factors influence various subtypes of adolescent bullying both independently and interactively. Farrell is a recipient of a SSHRC graduate student scholarship.Zopito Marini, Professor, Child and Youth StudiesMarini is a developmental and educational psychologist and his research interests focus on the area generally known as sociocognitive development. Projects currently under way in his lab examine bullying, victimization and intervention strategies; bullying involving unique contexts and distinct populations; and incivility as a precursor to bullying.Natalie Spadafora, master’s student, Child and Youth Studies Spadafora’s master’s research, supervised by Prof. Zopito Marini, is examining what motivates students to choose to intervene or not when witnessing a bullying situation. Spadafora is a recipient of a SSHRC graduate student scholarship.Tony Volk, Associate Professor, Child and Youth StudiesVolk is a developmental psychologist interested in the area of parenting and child development. His work on bullying focuses on using an evolutionary perspective to help understand the causes and functions of bullying and studying bullying outside of traditional school settings.Heather Woods, master’s student in EducationWoods is working with her supervisor, Education Prof. Sandra Bosacki, on a study to ask teachers who are at the front-line of anti-bullying intervention and programming in elementary schools to share the perceptions they have about their confidence and ability to effectively intervene in all types of bullying situations.Woods is a recipient of a SSHRC graduate student scholarship.Moderator:Marty MakoMako has been a health promoter for Niagara Region Public Health since 2005. He works in the Chronic Disease and Injury Prevention division. Mako has an undergraduate degree in Health Sciences and a master’s in Business Administration. Mako serves on the Brock University President’s Task Force on Community Engagement and is an active volunteer with many community organizations including the City of St. Catharines Heritage and Sustainability Committees, United Way, Big Brothers/Big Sisters, Out of the Cold and the Humane Society.The Jack and Nora Walker Canadian Centre for Lifespan Development Research Centre, and Brock Research have partnered with the Faculty of Graduate Studies to present the Research Café as one of the annual events held in conjunction with the Mapping the New Knowledges Graduate Student Research Conference. read more

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Thierry Anti brings HBC Nantes to Cologne Exceptional adventure

← Previous Story Meshkov Brest sign Sandro Obranovic and Darko Djukic Next Story → ZAGREB, AALBORG, ZAGREB: Lovro Jotic goes back home Thierry Anti is the man who brought HBC Nantes at VELUX EHF Champions League 2017/2018, for the first time in the history of the French team. The 59-year old experienced coach has three EHF Cup finals (two EHF Cup finals with HBC Nantes and Cup Winners Cup Final with US Creteil) in his long and successful career, but making dream came true with the team on which bench sitting since 2009, is the biggest result so far.It’s a real pleasure. We had a lot of emotions during this match, we started very well, in defense we were solid. We managed to block them in the first half but at the beginning of the second period, with a little relaxation on our part, they accelerated. We did not feel stressed but we realized that it was not that easy to go to the end. We have been patient. It’s a real pleasure for us, for the club, for all those who follow us. I know that a lot of fans were at La Troc ‘, here there were some supporters, I saw some Breton flags, others some “H”. What we experienced this year is an exceptional adventure. Now we will go to Cologne and we will try to play the blow thoroughly. What was a dream at first, even if it was a goal of the club for in a few years, we managed to do it after our second participation. I congratulate everyone, my players, the leaders, the staff and all our supporters – concluded Anti for the official club’s website. HBC NantesThierry Anti read more

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Poll Do you support Mick Wallace and Clare Dalys actions at Shannon

first_img Poll Results: Yes (4886) No (8671) YESTERDAY, TDS MICK Wallace and Clare Daly were arrested at Shannon Airport as they tried to board and inspect a US military aircraft.Daly said that it is “ridiculous” to accept US assurances that there are no weapons on board these military aircraft.The pair didn’t get to go on board the aircraft as they were spotted by Irish Defence Forces staff guarding the plane, and arrested. They were later released.Today we ask you: Do you support Mick Wallace and Clare Daly’s actions at Shannon Airport?center_img I’m not sure (861) YesNoI’m not sureVoteRead: Just released and Mick Wallace is tweeting pictures of US military craft at Shannon>last_img read more

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Pourquoi nos yeux sécarquillentils lorsquon a peur

first_imgPourquoi nos yeux s’écarquillent-ils lorsqu’on a peur ?Selon des chercheurs en psychologie de l’Université de Toronto, si nous ouvrons grand les yeux lorsque nous avons peur, c’est pour élargir notre champ de vision et avertir du regard nos interlocuteurs sur la provenance du danger. Pourquoi a-t-on les yeux qui s’écarquillent lorsque nous éprouvons de la peur ? Selon des chercheurs en psychologie de l’Université de Toronto, cette expression du visage ne permet pas seulement de communiquer aux autres notre ressentiment mais joue également un rôle bien stratégique face au danger. L’ouverture excessive des paupières permet en effet d’élargir le champ de vision et d’avertir d’éventuels interlocuteurs sur la localisation du danger.

Pour en arriver à une telle conclusion, les scientifiques ont mené une série d’expériences optiques sur des volontaires. Les résultats, publiés dans Psychological Science, indiquent que les candidats simulant l’expression de la peur sont capables de distinguer davantage de motifs visuels situés hors de leur champ de vision périphérique que les personnes ayant une expression neutre ou de dégout. Par ailleurs, les participants définissent plus précisément le motif fixé par leur interlocuteur lorsque ses yeux sont écarquillés.Autrement dit, ils sont capables de trouver avec davantage de précisions ce que leur interlocuteur regarde. D’après les chercheurs, c’est le contraste davantage prononcé entre l’iris et la sclérotique (blanc des yeux) qui permet de localiser plus facilement et rapidement le point fixé pour repérer l’éventuelle menace. Ainsi, en écarquillant les yeux le “peureux” envoie un signal parfaitement clair à ceux qui l’entoure en leur indiquant de regarder dans une direction bien définie. Une preuve de la nature sociale de l’homme ?À lire aussiMaladie de Charcot : symptômes, causes, traitement, où en est on ?”Les expressions émotionnelles ressemblent à ce qu’elles ressemblent pour une raison précise. Elles sont socialement utiles pour communiquer les états émotionnels mais cette nouvelle recherche suggère qu’elles sont aussi utiles en tant que signal physique”, a expliqué le Dr Daniel Lee qui a participé à l’étude. D’après les chercheurs, cette tendance à écarquiller les yeux est bien présente chez tous les mammifères, notamment chez les vaches. Les auteurs suggèrent ainsi que le besoin d’élargir son champ et de prévenir autrui serait le résultat d’une adaptation due à l’évolution. Néanmoins, l’homme présente un contraste encore plus important que certaines espèces au niveau de l’oeil. Ceci prouverait à quel point il est une espèce sociale, relèvent les chercheurs. “Notre capacité à analyser le regard des autres personnes est déjà finement réglée; le fait que ce traitement est encore amélioré par l’élargissement expressif des yeux souligne l’importance de nos yeux en tant que signaux sociaux”, a conclu Daniel Lee cité dans un communiqué.    Le 6 mai 2013 à 13:33 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more

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Spring chinook allocations to be discussed Friday

first_imgTHE DALLES, Ore. — The seven-member citizen working group reviewing sport spring chinook harvest and allocation between the lower Columbia, Columbia Gorge and Snake River will meet Friday.The session will begin at 10 a.m. at the Columbia Gorge Discover Center and Museum, 5000 Discovery Drive, The Dalles. A public comment period is scheduled at 4 p.m.Convened in September, the group has three representatives from downstream of Bonneville Dam, two from Bonneville Dam to the Washington-Oregon border and two from the Snake River.The goal on Friday is to identify management options to be considered by the bistate Columbia River Recreational Fisheries Advisory Group on Jan. 16.Spring chinook seasons are scheduled to be adopted by Washington and Oregon on Jan. 29.last_img read more

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FBI Surveillance tools in jeopardy amid Patriot Act debate

first_img Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement WASHINGTON (AP) — As Congress wrestles over renewing the bulk collection of Americans’ phone records, federal law enforcement officials are warning that legal authority is also at risk for lesser-known surveillance tools that are even more valuable in fighting terrorism.The Patriot Act authorities give the FBI flexibility to intercept the calls of terror suspects who continuously switch phones during the course of an investigation and to conduct surveillance on “lone wolf” individuals who pose threats but aren’t affiliated with an international terrorism organization. Attorney General Loretta Lynch warned Wednesday against permitting the expiration of “vital and uncontroversial tools we use to combat terrorism and crime.”But civil liberties lawyers say the FBI already has the tools it needs and haven’t presented enough information to justify the use of these additional authorities. The American Civil Liberties Union accuses intelligence officials and some in Congress of “scaremongering” about the Patriot Act and says the debated authorities give the government too much discretion in national security investigations.“Existing laws provide ample authority for the government to obtain information about individuals who are planning attacks of terrorism,” ACLU lawyers wrote in a memo urging Congress to let the provisions expire.The FBI has had roving wiretap authority since the 1980s for criminal investigations such as drug cases, and the Patriot Act of 2001 extended its use for counterterrorism and counterintelligence investigations. That authority lets federal agents, instead of seeking permission to tap each separate phone an individual may use, eavesdrop continuously on targets regardless of the device they’re using. Law enforcement officials see it as an effective way to thwart suspects who try to avoid detection by constantly changing phones, including going through a series of “burner” cellphones. Comments   Share   New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies “I think terrorists increasingly engage in the kind of sophisticated tradecraft that spies and foreign intelligence agencies do, and the same authority is required to investigate them,” said Todd Hinnen, a former acting assistant attorney general of the Justice Department’s National Security Division.The “lone wolf” provision, meanwhile, enables FBI surveillance of a non-U.S. person who is suspected of plotting terrorism but aren’t agents with any foreign powers or connected to terror groups.With that power, a judge can “authorize the interception, even if he can’t say, well, they are al-Qaida — no, they are ISIL, no, they are AQAP,” Comey said at a Georgetown University summit last week, using acronyms for the Islamic State and for al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula.The FBI has said that authority was shown to be necessary in the case of Sept. 11 conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui. In the weeks leading up to the attacks, FBI officials wanted to seek a surveillance warrant under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, but determined that they lacked evidence tying Moussaoui to a foreign power. But a 2003 Senate Judiciary Committee report said FBI agents and lawyers had misunderstood the law and failed to use powers they already had. FILE – In this March 25, 2015 file photo of FBI director James Comey speaks at FBI headquarters in Washington. As Congress debates whether to renew a program that collects and stores American phone records, federal law enforcement officials are trying to focus public attention on the jeopardy to lesser-known surveillance tools that they consider more valuable in fighting terrorism. (AP Photo/ Evan Vucci, File) Top Stories Sponsored Stories center_img Hinnen testified before Congress in March 2011 that it had not yet been used up to that point. A U.S. official, who was not authorized to discuss the matter by name and spoke on condition of anonymity, said he was unaware of the authority having been utilized since then but said officials want to hold onto the capability at a time of growing concerns surrounding individuals who aren’t connected to organized terror groups.Nonetheless, Comey has tried to make a case for preserving the Patriot Act tools by contending that they are not controversial, perhaps drawing a contrast with a phone records program that has raised bipartisan alarms since its details were first revealed two years ago.Important authorities could “go away June 1, and I don’t want them to get lost in the conversation about metadata,” Comey told the Georgetown audience.___Associated Press writer Michael Melia in New Haven, Connecticut contributed to this report.____Follow Eric Tucker on Twitter at © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility Clean energy: Why it matters for Arizona Milstead says best way to stop wrong-way incidents is driving sober Parents, stop beating yourself up U.S. officials have defended the need for those powers over the last decade, but have amplified those efforts in recent weeks as the expiration dates for their authority nears without any signals of a congressional compromise that would keep them from lapsing along with other parts of the act on June 1.The Senate returns to session Sunday, facing a deadline to reach a last-minute agreement to renew a once-secret National Security Agency program that collects Americans’ phone records in bulk. Provisions of the Patriot Act dealing with lone-wolf targets and roving wiretaps would also expire at midnight with the phone records program.FBI Director James Comey has called bulk phone collection a useful tool to the FBI’s counterterrorism efforts. But recently he has expressed more concern about being able to maintain the lone wolf and roving wiretap capabilities, as well as a separate Patriot Act provision that allows the FBI to obtain secret court orders to collect documents such as hotel and travel records during terrorism investigations, and which also would be affected by the deadline.“I sure hope Congress figures out a way to make sure I don’t lose these essential tools,” he said during a visit Tuesday to the New Haven, Connecticut, field office of the FBI. Four benefits of having a wireless security systemlast_img read more

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first_img May 31, 2019 by Beth You Won’t Believe How Much Loose Change Is Left Behind In Airport Security Each Year Going through airport security can seem like a hassle, especially if you are racing to get to your flight on time.The process of taking off shoes, socks, belts, and emptying your pockets is a hurried process that always seems to take longer than you planned. You might, however, want to think twice about just how rushed you are to collect your belongings. Plenty of things get left behind, including loose change. TSA kept track of just how much was left behind in security bins in 2018 and the total will astound you. AzmanJaka / Getty Images However, all this loose change adds up quickly. A recent report found that 2018 saw an accumulation of $960,000 in U.S. airports alone. While TSA workers encourage travelers to reclaim their belongings, the rush can seem unavoidable. Jaromir Chalabala / EyeEm / Getty Images The airports that left behind the most change this year were JFK, LAX, and MIA. Luckily, the change that is left behind gets deposited into a fund used for checkpoint maintenance.center_img vm / Getty Images The feeling of rushing through the airport security line is all-too-familiar, especially considering there’s a flight to catch that won’t wait for you if you’re running behind. This can often lead to forgetting to claim all of your items, especially inconsequential things such as loose change. What are your thoughts on these findings? Do you tend to leave loose change in the security bins if you’re in a pinch to catch your flight? We’d love to hear from you in the comments below! Posted in Travel News last_img read more

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The "rocky" trip was widely criticised in Canadian media (see?here,hereandherefor Toronto Sun’scoverage) as well with some saying it threw "some unexpected light on the deep hidden mistrust creeping into Canada-India relations on his watch which could destroy decades of patient diplomacy by both sides" In conclusion Trudeau said in his speech last week "That was India ladies and gentlemen The trip to end all trips" "Seriously I told my team I’m not going anywhere ever again" he said Music sales’ continued decline has forced performing artists and their record labels to look to radio as a potential new source of revenue and they want Congress to help make it happen Monday morning a group of politicians musicians and music industry executives are expected to unveil a new bill that would force terrestrial radio stations to pay royalties to performing artists and record labels when playing their songs Performing artists currently don’t get paid for traditional radio play which has long been thought of as a promotional tool to drive music purchases rather than as a revenue stream itself New digital music platforms such as Spotify and Pandora however are already paying royalties to performing artists (Songwriters who can’t make money through avenues such as touring and merchandising are paid for radio play) In addition to targeting terrestrial radio the new bill sponsored by House Democrat Jerrold Nadler and dubbed the “Fair Play Fair Pay Act” would also force Internet and satellite radio companies like Pandora and Sirius XM to pay royalties to performing artists on songs recorded before 1972 which are currently not protected by federal copyright law It would additionally raise the royalty rates paid by satellite radio platforms like Sirius XM to be more in line with rates paid by Internet radio services such as Pandora "The bill is a comprehensive piece of legislation that attempts to address several inequities that exist in the copyright world today" says Michael Huppe CEO of SoundExchange a non-profit established by the record labels to administer digital royalty payouts "The overriding theme is leveling the playing field treating everyone equally and making sure all creators are paid fair market value for their work whenever its used" Record industry revenue has been more than halved since its CD-era peak dropping from $146 billion in 1999 to less than $7 billion in 2014 according to the Recording Industry Association of America An increasing amount of the money that remains is coming from streaming services rather than purchases of individual songs and albums Those factors could increase pressure on radio broadcasters to pay performers whose revenue is coming from fans accessing their music across myriad platforms rather than buying it outright "It seems to be inconsistent that the same recording rewards performers when its on the Internet but doesnt when its on AM/FM radio" says E Michael Harrington chair of the music business program at SAE Institute Nashville "That inconsistency is really foolish" Despite the onslaught of new ways to listen to music AM/FM radio still wields incredible clout with 243 million Americans tuning in weekly That massive audience means the medium is still the best way by far for artists to debut and promote new music radio station advocates argue The National Association of Broadcasters a powerful lobbying group for radio and television stations nationwide has already expressed its disdain for the new legislation rallying 147 representatives and 11 senators to oppose the new bill "We think it would be potentially devastating to the economies of a lot of local radio kill jobs and actually hurt artists in the long run because if you have fewer financial resources you have less ability to expose new artists" says Dennis Wharton NABs executive vice president for communications Previous legislation aimed at forcing radio stations to pay performers like the 2009 Performance Rights Act went nowhere Moreover the fact that the new bill simultaneously burdens terrestrial radio Pandora and Sirius XM through its different provisions could lead to widespread opposition from a variety of stakeholders "I cant see the whole thing working because of the divided interests" says Harrington SoundExchange’s Huppe meanwhile argues the bill isnt overly ambitious pointing to a recent US Copyright Office report advocating performing artist royalties for terrestrial radio and for pre-1972 songs on Internet radio Sirius XM declined to comment on the bill Dave Grimaldi Pandora’s director of public affairs said in a statement: “We welcome a thoughtful conversation regarding ideas that promote robust music ecosystem for all music-makers as well as consumers" Even if this bill dies changes are certainly coming to the way performing artists are compensated for their music in the future Sirius XM has been found liable for copyright infringement in various states for its use of pre-1972 recordings by the band The Turtles Meanwhile broadcast radio giants like Clear Channel have been quietly brokering deals to pay performing artists royalties at individual record labels such as Big Machine which represents Taylor Swift "Its all about the listen the stream the hitting of the eardrum instead of the buying of the CD" says Huppe "That makes these issues even more critical because theyre now such a big part of the revenue stream" Write to Victor Luckerson at victor_luckerson@timeinccomManchester: Jose Mourinho intensified his war of words with Chelsea manager Antonio Conte in bizarre fashion after his team’s FA Cup victory over Derby on Friday apparently referencing a match-fixing scandal in Italy The Manchester United manager was responding to comments made by Conte earlier in the day in which he appeared to make disparaging statements about Mourinho File photo of Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho AFP The Italian was even interpreted as suggesting that the United manager may be suffering from "dementia" after Mourinho had made a reference 24 hours earlier to his own behaviour and the fact that he no longer acts "like a clown" Initially Mourinho appeared to be backing Conte following the furore caused by his words on Thursday – only then to make the reference to match-fixing "I was asked about my passion and you know I was speaking about myself and then the question to the Chelsea manager was that I said he behaved like a clown" said Mourinho "Probably the journalist wanted to say that but didn’t have the courage so he said ‘Mourinho said you behaved like a clown’ "I don’t blame the Chelsea manager at all and I understand his reaction I was speaking about myself saying I don’t need to behave like a clown to show passion" Mourinho referred to his managerial antics earlier in his career and said he had not lost his passion "I celebrated goals running 50 metres I celebrated goals sliding on my knees celebrations jumping in the crowd I’m not free of that especially if we score a winning goal in a specific moment I am not free to have an out-of-control reaction "What I was trying to say that I behave bad a few times and this moment I control myself better It doesn’t mean my passion is not the same So wrong question and obviously a strong answer and I don’t blame" The United boss – no stranger to controversy – then changed tack and referenced match-fixing "What has never happened to me and will never happen is to be suspended for match-fixing That never happened to me and it will never happen" Match-fixing The surprising reference to "match-fixing" drew a follow-up question as to whether it was directly aimed at Conte The Chelsea boss was acquitted of sporting fraud charges in 2016 Prosecutors had requested a six-month suspended sentence following accusations he failed to report episodes of match-fixing while in charge at Serie B side Siena in 2011 The former Italy manager – who has always denied any wrongdoing – served a four-month ban in relation to the affair in 2012 But when mention was made of the accusations against Conte Mourinho said: "Did he Not me" Mourinho’s reference to that controversy was just the latest twist in a verbal spat between the managers that seemed to have reached a climax earlier in the day when Conte was quizzed by reporters The most contentious of Conte’s comments came when he used an Italian expression "demenza senile" – senile dementia "I think he (Mourinho) has to see himself in the past maybe he was speaking about himself in the past yeah" said Conte "Maybe sometimes someone forgets what they said or his behaviour and sometimes I think there is I don’t know the name ‘demenza senile’ when you are a bit." Conte tapped his temple as he spoke and was asked to clarify his comment "It is like amnesia when you can’t remember things" he said Chelsea later tried to distance Conte from claims he had suggested his rival has dementia saying he simply meant amnesia Ray Rice the former Baltimore Ravens star who was shown hitting his then-fiancée now wife Janay in a newly-released video returned Saturday to his high school alma mater in New Rochelle New York for a football game Rice walked onto New Rochelle high school’s McKenna Field holding his 2-year-old daughter A private security detail extra police and the school principal were at the game as well New Rochelle High School removed Rice’s portrait and NFL jersey from the school’s wall of fame earlier this week At the time the school principal Reggie Richardson said "We condemn his actions and know that solving problems with physical violence is never acceptable" in a statement released to NJ Advance Media Richardson added that despite removing Rice’s jersey from the wall the high school still supported him Later in the week a photograph of Rice was pasted on the gymnasium wall Rice is from New Rochelle and graduated from the high school in 2005 Students put Ray Rice back in the New Rochelle High School Wall of Fame. while rescue workers continued to search for survivors on Thursday. 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