TORONTO — Bell Media has struck a distribution deal with three major telecommunications companies to deliver its new video streaming service.The service, codenamed “Project Latte,” will be offered across Canada by Telus, Bell Aliant and Bell Canada, the multimedia giant announced Wednesday.Customers with Telus Optik TV, Bell Fibe TV and Bell Aliant FibreOP TV set-top boxes will be offered “Project Latte” when it launches. It will also be available via mobile apps, the web, game consoles and smart TVs.Bell Media says “Project Latte” will feature thousands of hours of television content. It’s the only streaming platform in Canada to boast HBO’s entire off-air library of shows including “Sex and the City,” “The Sopranos” and “The Wire.”“Project Latte” arrives on the heels of Rogers and Shaw Media’s Shomi, a streaming video service with a catalogue of popular shows including “Modern Family” and “New Girl” that was officially launched Tuesday.Bell Media launching video streaming service with entire HBO scripted libraryBell Media announced its “Project Latte” last week and promised it would be made available to every TV provider in Canada. Pricing and packaging details have yet to be announced.Bell Media president Kevin Crull said in a press release that the company looks forward to announcing more partners as it moves closer to the launch.“With the first of Canada’s major television providers signed on, representing approximately 3.5 million customers across the country, we are well on our way to delivering on our objective of serving every TV subscriber in Canada with Project Latte,” he said.

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first_imgIsaías SánchezAl Wakrah (Qatar)Sabadell (CAT) Marc MuniesaAl Arabi (Qatar)Lloret de Mar (CAT) Ernesto AmanteguiSamut Prakan (Thailand)Oviedo (AST) Soccer playerTeam (Country)Birthplace (Community) Which autonomous community contributes more Spanish players to the elite of foreign soccer? In the previous chapter we discovered that Catalonia dominates in America, will it do the same in Asia? In total, 68 professionals born in Spain compete in one of the highest categories of the most populated continent on Earth. Maldives, Japan or India have Spanish soccer players. Also Oceania, where the procession is reduced to seven representatives. Catalonia, again at the forefrontAs it happened with America, Catalonia is, with 12 soccer players, the autonomous community that contributes the most professionals to the elite of Asian soccer. Fernando Recio and Jordi Tarrés play in Hong Kong’s Lee Man, while Ferrán Corominas (FC Goa), Dimas Delgado and Albert Serrán (Bengaluru) and Piti Medina (Jamshedpur) do so in India. Sergi Samper (Vissel Kobe) and Isaac Cuenca (Vegalta Sendai) compete in Japan, and Raúl Rodríguez (Al Arabi) does it in Kuwait. Víctor Vázquez (Umm Salal), Marc Muniesa (Al Arabi) and Isaías Sánchez (Al Wakrah) play in Qatar.Catalan footballers in Asia Seven Spaniards play in OceaniaIf there are 68 in the Asian soccer elite, Oceania only has seven Spanish soccer players competing in the First Division. Diego Castro and Juande Prados (Perth Glory), Markel Susaeta (Melbourne City), Gerrard Garriga (Waitakere) and Ángel Berlanga, Albert Riera and Eñaul Zubikarai (Aucland City).Where were the Spanish footballers playing in Oceania born Cristian CeballosAl Wakrah (Qatar)Santander (CANT) Victor VazquezUmm Salal (Qatar)Barcelona (CAT) Sergi SamperVissel Kobe (Japan)Barcelona (CAT) Piti MedinaJamshedpur (India)Reus (CAT) Edu GarciaATK (India)Zaragoza (ARA) Raúl RodríguezAl Arabi (Kuwait)Barcelona (CAT) Soccer playerTeam (Country)Birthplace (Community) Hugo LopezDhofar (Oman)Gijón (AST) Albert RieraAuckland City (New Zealand)Barcelona (CAT) Markel SusaetaMelbourne City (Australia)Eibar (PV) Juanan GonzalezBengaluru (India)Palma de Mallorca (BAL) Juande PradosPerth Glory (Australia)Alicante (VAL) Jordi TarrésLee Man (Hong Kong)Barcelona (CAT) In second position, with nine representatives, the Community of Madrid and Andalusia are equal.. For Madrid residents Álvaro Negredo (Al Nasr), Aitor Monroy and David Grande (Jamshedpur), Marcos Tébar (Odisha), Sergio Cidoncha (Kerala), Rufino Segovia (Selangor), Gabi Fernández (Al Sadd), Álvaro Mejía (Al Shahaniya) and Javier Patiño (Ratchaburi). The Andalusian ‘Navy’ is made up of Pedro Conde (Al Ahli Shabab), Bienve Marañón and Manuel Herrera (Ceres Negros), Manu Gavilán (Happy Valley), Tiri Espinosa (Jamshedpur), Carlos Delgado (Odisha), Álex Gálvez (Qatar SC) , Carli de Murga (Chonburi) and Álvaro Silva (Bangkok Glass).Bengaluru & nbsp; (Facebook) ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>The canary Nili Perdomo celebrates a goal in IndiaBengaluru (Facebook) Jorge OrtíPegasus (Hong Kong)Zaragoza (ARA) Albert SerránBengaluru (India)Barcelona (CAT) David RochelaPort FC (Thailand)As Pontes (GAL) Dani CancelaKitchee (Hong Kong)A Coruña (GAL) Manuel OnwuOdisha (India)Tudela (NAV) Xisco HernándezOdisha (India)Palma de Mallorca (BAL) Eñaut ZubikaraiAuckland City (New Zealand)Ondarroa (PV) Edu BediaFC Goa (India)Santander (CANT) Fernando RecioLee Man (Hong Kong)Barcelona (CAT) Alberto BotíaAl Wehda (Saudi Arabia)Farmhouses (MU) Sergio CastelJamshedpur (India)Artea (PV) With seven representatives appears Canary Islands, whose standard bearers are Yaki Yen (Qingdao Huanghai), Jonathan Viera (Beijing Guoan), Nili Perdomo (Bengaluru), Aridane Santana (Odisha), Mandi Sosa (ATK), Néstor Gordillo (Hyderabad) and Sergio Suárez (Port FC). 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first_imgSUNSHINE Girl Jhaniele Fowler ,Reid warmed up for the England friendly series later this month with a brilliant performance at the University of West Indies, Mona, as defending senior intercollegiate netball champions Mico ‘A’ swept UWI 46-28 in their top-of-the-table clash on SaturdayWith both teams coming into the game unbeaten after three wins each, the repeat of last year’s final was expected to be a close and fiery affair.However, the Mico team, which boasts five national senior players in their line-up including Fowler-Reid at the goal-shooting position, Shantel Slater (goal defence), Nicole Dixon (goal attack), Trishana Hanson (centre) and Kadien Dehaney (goal defence), proved too strong for their opponents.With Fowler-Reid finding her range from the early exchanges, Mico raced to a quick 11-6 lead after the first quarter.UWI showed some more fight in the second quarter, particularly through goal shooter Shamara Nelson, goal attack Rebekkah Robinson and Thristina Harwood, who was played at wing attack.Mico, however, continued to dominate, with Dixon providing good support to Fowler-Reid inside the circle as Mico held their grip with a 20-12 half-time advantage.For the remainder of the game, it was all Mico, especially in the third quarter, where they outscored their opponent 17-1 to push their lead 37-13.With Mico resting most of their starters for the final quarter, UWI had their best showing in the game, outscoring the defending champions 15-9.Fowler-Reid top-scored for Mico with 30 goals from 34 attempts, while Dixon (12 from 14) and Slater, who changed position, later scoring 4 from 5 attempts. For UWI, Nelson top-scored with 22 from 28 attempts.The semi-finals are slated for this Saturday at the G.C. Foster College.Earlier in the day, playing at home, Mico ‘B’, which is also the defending intermediate champions scored a big 47-24 win over G.C. Foster College ‘B’. However G.C. Foster College ‘C’ turned the tables on the defending champions Mico ‘C’ in their junior encounter as the Spanish Town- based team won 29-22.last_img

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