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•••• Detroit-born actress Ellen Burstyn will receive the 2016 CineMerit Award for her contribution to the cinematic arts. Burstyn has won the Oscar, the Golden Globe, two Emmys and a BAFTA, in addition to over 20 major international prizes. She is the co-director of the famed Actors Studio in New York, encouraging and training young actors in the craft. She was inducted into the American Theatre Hall of Fame in 2013.
••• Ellen Burstyn was born Edna Rae Gillooly in Detroit, Michigan, in 1932. She began her career as a model, appearing on TV for the first time in 1955 as a dancer on the Jackie Gleason Show before taking on her first Broadway role in 1957 in FAIR GAME. She had her first major role in a motion picture in Vincente Minnelli's GOODBYE CHARLIE (1964) alongside Tony Curtis and Debbie Reynolds. She began studying at The Actors' Studio with Lee Strasberg in 1963.
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By Gary Sunkin
••••"It's been a long road back." The Rams after returning to Los Angeles haven't wasted any time embracing their rediscovered Southern California identity.
•••• Recently the Los Angeles Rams and CBS 2 Los Angeles announced a multi-year partnership agreement that officially designates CBS 2 as the Official Preseason Television Home of the Rams.
•••• The announcement was made by Kevin Demoff, Rams Chief Operating Officer and Steve Mauldin, President and General Manager, CBS 2 and sister station KCAL 9.
As the Rams' official preseason television partner, CBS 2-
will provide the Los Angeles market with exclusive English-language telecasts of all Rams preseason games, excluding contests that will be broadcast by the National Football League's national television partners.
••••In 2016, CBS 2 will air live coverage of three Rams preseason games, including a Saturday, August 20 home game against Kansas City, a Saturday, August 27 contest at Denver, and a Thursday, September 1 game at Minnesota.
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Who Invented the Wireless Telephone?
102-WIRELESS TELEPHONE Industrial School of Arts & Sciences - 1902
Excerpts from: Smart Daaf Boys, Stubblefield's 1993 "All-in-One Radio/Television & Desk Top Almanac Encyclopedia-PatenTOfficeLogo108w.jpgDictionary. (456 Pages ) • ISBN No. 10883644-04-6Library of Congress Catalog Number 93-060451 Volume IV, A Source Book for Comminications Executives & Researchers
Copyright 1993: By Telvision International Publishing (TVI Publishing)

nbstubblefieldPofM-108w.jpg102WIRELESS TELEPHONE Industrial School of Arts & Sciences - 1902
: - In January 1902, Stubblefield agreed to participate in the commercial exploitation of his device by Fennell's Philadelphia Group that purportedly included Westinghouse. Incorporation papers for the Wireless Telephone Company of America were filed in Prescott, Arizona, on May 22, 1902. Stubblefield was a director, but held no office. The Washington and Philadelphia demonstrations maintained the momentum needed to sell stock in the new company. A four page prospectus, extolling the investment opportunity in Wireless Telephone Company of America compared the Stubblefield device with Marconi's wireless telegraphy system by stating that both systems utilized "... for transmission what are termed Hertzian electrical wave currents ..." The technical details were not disclosed since the prospectus was designed to sell stock, and perhaps deliberately avoided specific evidence on the points of comparison or contrast. The use of steel rods thrust into the ground, the large circular coils and the copper antenna wires attached to the masts on the steamer Bartholdi and on rooftops indicate that Stubblefield's 1892, 1893 and 1902 systems were based upon Stubblefield's earth grounded induction-antenna principle, in which we now call, AM radio. Stubblefield insisted that a more "powerful" apparatus would "transmit" unlimited distances. The U.S. Navies ELF project in Clam Flats, Wisconsin is based on Stubblefield's basic induction-antenna device.
Wireless Telephone: 1898: Patent For Electrolyte Battery and Detector for Radio Signal (wireless telephone) Issued 600,457. {19/Gx}
wireless - (1) A British term for radio.
(2) Used in the United States, in the sense of (#1) above, when the word "radio" might be misinterpreted (as an example -- a "wireless record player"). {73/RS}
Section 19.
Wireless Telephony
- The early radiotelephones were powered by wet-cell, non-rechargeable batteries. The telephone at first also used electricity. Today's radio and television stations receive their current from power lines fed by huge dynamos, some powered by atomic fission. The increasing sophistication of power sources, (solar, cell) parallels the continued movement toward greater sophistication in electrical communication methods. {01/Gi}
Wireless Telephony and Stubblefield - Nathan B. Stubblefield's "Wireless Telephony" - ("Radio"): In addition to the following listings under "Wireless Telephony," as well as those listed above under "Wireless Signals," also see the section in this book, under: "Stubblefield, Nathan B" with the various terms, definitions, patents issued, demonstrations, historical facts, etc., on Nathan B. Stubblefield (The "Inventor" Of The "Wireless Telephony" -- The "Radio").
••• • Please See Section 15. Stubblefield and "Wireless Telephony" ("Radio").
••• • Also See Radio: Publications "Broadcast&endash;Industry Trade Resource/Reference Books" with a section on Nathan B. Stubblefield.
••• • Also See Radio: Publications "Hard&endash;Cover Books" with a section on Nathan B. Stubblefield.
••• • Also See Radio: Publications "Magazines" with a section on Nathan B. Stubblefield. {03/Di}
WIRELESS TELEPHONY and TELEGRAPH
••• (1) RADIO FREQUENCY (ra-di--o-fre-quen-cy), n. (a). the frequency of the transmitting waves of a given radio message or broadcast. (b). a frequency within the range of radio transmission, i.e. from about 15,000 MC to 10 MC (MegaCycles) per second. [Note: A MegaCycle means, "one million cycles" -- so 15,000 MC is equal to 15,000 x 1,000,000, which is 15,000,000,000 cycles per second (15 billion cycles per second); and 10 MC is equal to 10 x 1,000,000, which is 10,000,000 cycles per second (10 million cycles per second).]
••• (2) RADIO (ra-di-o), n. (a). wireless telegraphy: sparks or dot&endash;dashes broadcasted by radio. (b). telephony: speeches or music broadcasted by radio. (c). an apparatus for receiving radio broadcasts. (d). a message transmitted by radio.
••• (3) BROADCAST (broad-cast), v. To send (messages, speeches, music, sounds) by radio. {19/Gx}
Wireless Telephony: 1860: Murray, Kentucky: Nathan B. Stubblefield - Nathan B. Stubblefield, "The Inventor Of Radio" (Wireless Telephony) was born in Murray, Kentucky in 1860. Stubblefield died in Murray in 1928, where he is buried. {19/Gx}
Wireless Telephony: 1885: First World's Private Wireless (Voice) Transmission-
Demonstration.
In 1885, Nathan B. Stubblefield, "The Inventor of Wireless Telephony" held his First Demonstration, [which was the World's First Private Demonstration of wireless (voice) transmission on land]. Stubblefield, from Murray, Kentucky: Patented his invention in 1898 and also in 1908. {19/Gx}
Wireless Telephony: 1885: Stubblefield demonstration to his friend, Duncan Holt, the transmission of voice without wires. Holt stated, "One Sunday that year [1885] Stubblefield invited Holt and his wife out to his home, where the west boundary of Murray State College now is. That afternoon he said to Holt, "Duncan, I've done it. I've been able to talk without wires -- all of 200 yards -- and it'll work everywhere!" Stubblefield had a little "experimental station" he called it, 200 yards away from the house, and he said he could talk from there and it could be heard at the house, or vise&endash;versa -- and without wires! At that time, Holt said, "the Scientific American had never mentioned the possi bility in suggestion or otherwise that speech or intelligent communication could be transmitted with out wires. Stubblefield was the first to entertain the idea. "{19/Gx}
Wireless Telephony: 1892: First World's Public Radio Demonstration - In 1892, the World's First Public Radio Demonstration -- [World's First Public Demonstration of wireless (voice) transmission on land] was held in Murray, Kentucky.
••• In the winter of 1892, Nathan B. Stubblefield made a tremendous ad vance in his "wireless telephone" demonstrations, which would make wireless practi cal over distances far greater than those from his experimental home to the garden, dis tances which would first encompass the earth and then reach far out into the universe and to uni verses beyond. It was Stubblefield's great invention of the "wireless telephone" that helped him discover the basic principals and laws of Amplitude Modulation, (AM Radio).
••• To advance his low&endash;frequency induction system to a space system, he built an aerial -- an antenna which he connected to one side of the carbon mouth piece of a telephone: (to send a spark wave; Hertz had merely used a horizontal rod ending in a plate.) The aerial was copper wire wrapped around a cylinder, or in some cases made into a loop, that was attached to the top of a pole (later he used longer aerials strung along the top of his family home). He con nected the other side of the carbon coil located inside of the mouthpiece to his electrolyte water batteries and crystal, stacked and positioned inside his secret "black box." Ground wires from the "black box," then lead to the metal stakes driven into the earth. The re ceiver also got an aerial and ground. {19/Gx}
WIRELESS TELEPHONY: 1892: Nathan B. Stubblefield - In January, 1892, Nathan B. Stubblefield demonstrated this "WIRELESS TELEPHONY" system in Murray, Kentucky before several hundred on lookers. A total of $758.00 was borrowed from friends and relative to perform this demonstration. During the same year, Stubblefield, again privately, demonstrated to Rainey T. Wells the ability of his apparatus to send and receive the human voice by wireless. After he had set up his props, the inventor talked into one box in rather low tones, and his words "Can you hear me?" Came out the other box "quite distinctly and clearly" as attested to by witnesses.
••• Dr. W. H. Mason, a Murray sur geon who claimed to be a per sonal friend and family physician for Nathan B. Stubblefield, declared that in the same year he wit nessed a private demonstration of the wireless tele phone. Dr. Mason recalled that on one occa sion, Nathan B. Stubblefield handed him a device "housed in what appeared to be a keg with a handle on it." The doctor then followed instructions to walk down the lane carrying the keg. He testified that from it he could hear distinctly "Nathan's voice and a French harp (harmonica)" which Nathan was sending. {19/Gx}
Wireless Telephony: 1895: Dit Dahs "dots & dashes"- Guglielmo Marconi - In the spring of 1895, what Nathan B. Stubblefield did with wireless voice transmission in 1885, Guglielmo Marconi did with dots and dashes. He discovered that he could send signals over distances far greater than those from his villa to the garden -- dis tances which would travel more than a mile It was Marconi's great basic in vention of signal induction -- if, indeed, it was his. Like Stubblefield, he built an aerial -- an antenna which he connected to one side of the spark gap. (Hertz had merely used a horizontal rod ending in a plate.) The aerial was a metal cylinder atop a pole. He con nected the other side of the spark gap to a ground -- at first, a copper plate ly ing in the ground. The re ceiver also got an aerial and ground. {19/Gx}
Wireless Telephony: 1998: electrolyte water battery "Stubblefield, Nathan B" - 1898
The patent on the Stubblefield electrolyte water battery, number 600,457, was the device that provided the energy to produce the continual subcarrier hum during Stubblefield's voice transmission when it was connected to his "black box" that contained the electrolytic crystals that acted as detectors and modulators. The portable receiver contained the necessary detector to receive the voice broadcast. Stubblefield advertised that by slightly modifying the telephone coil, one could transmit through the ground for many miles -- the battery acting as a relay. {19/Gx}
Wireless Telephony: 1898: ground cell (Stubblefield, Nathan B.) - 1898: Stubblefield's Electrolyte Water Battery. The patent on the Stubblefield bat tery, number 600,457, declares in the specification forming part of the letters of patent that the electrical battery has for its object: to provide a novel and practical battery for generating electrical currents of suf ficient forms for practical uses, and also pro viding means for generating not only a constant pri mary current but also an induced momentary sec ondary current.
••• This electrical battery is the "ground cell" or "earth cell" frequently referred to by Stubblefield in many of his writings and interviews. Stubblefield so named the de vice because when he first began his experimentation with it, he would place the device that he had constructed in the moist earth of his farm. Then, when electrical cur rents began to flow from the device, he assumed that the engine he had constructed was tapping the "natural elec tricity" of the earth. Note, for example, how he describes the action of his electrical battery: This cell de rived sufficient electrical energy from the ground in the vicinity of the spot where it was buried to run a small motor continuously for two months and six days without any attention whatever. Indeed, the electrical cur rent was powerful enough to run a clock and several small pieces of machinery and to ring a large gong. By adding a modified carbon microphone to the batteries, it creation wireless voice transmission. {19/Gx}
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115-Dwell on Design at the LA Convention Center, June 24-26.
Los Angeles -- DODLA, the largest design event in the country, will kick off its' eleventh year. Packed with inspiring onstage content, high-end designer home tours, live demonstrations, art installations, consultations and feature areas, including the highly-anticipated Dwell Outdoor curated by famed Australian-born designer Jamie Durie.
••••Renowned architect Sou Fujimoto will present the opening keynote Friday, June 24 at 6:00 pm. Fujimoto's innovative residential structures and institutional projects represent a fresh approach to the relationship between architectural space and the human body.
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106- Federal Court upholds FCC's open internet Rules
•••• The US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia on Tuesday upheld the legality of the Federal Communications Commission's landmark net neutrality policy, in a resounding vindication of federal rules designed to ensure that all content on the internet is equally accessible.
•••• The ruling affirms the Commission's ability to enforce the strongest possible internet protection -- both on fixed and mobile networks -- that will insure the internet remains pen, now and in the future," after a decade of debate and legal battles.
•••• A public interest advocates say the FCC's policy is necessary to maintain the internet as an open platform for free speech, economic growth, and civic empowerment. The nation's largest broadband companies challenged the rules, arguing that the FCC, which has twice before seen its open internet policy thrown out in federal court, overstepped its authority.
•••• "Today's ruling is a victory for consumers and innovators who deserve unfettered access to the entire web, and it ensures the internet remains a platform for unparalleled innovation, free expression and economic growth," FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler said in a statement.
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presents Songs of the Brill Building where the music of Bobby Darin, Carole King, The Girl Groups, Neil Sedaka and more was created.
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Jackie Gibson, Larry Davis, Wayne Moore & Branda Silas Moore. Music by Steve Rawling Trio, on Friday June 10th at the Gardenia, 7066 Santa Monica Blvd. West Hollywood.
Jackie Gibson: Songs of the Brill Building
Tom Rolla's Gardenia, West Hollywood, CA, June 10, 2016
Reviewed by Elliot Zwiebach for Cabaret Scenes
•••• It was a grand night for singing when Jackie Gibson and some talented friends got together to perform the songs of the composers and lyricists working out of New York's vaunted Brill Building from the late 1950s through the 1960s. What made the night even grander was the audience's spontaneous reaction to these familiar pop tunes -- singing along from the outset, without any initial prompting, and knowing exactly when to chime in on the refrains.  No one on either side of the microphone missed a single beat.
••••The love-fest began with the first song -- "Sunshine, Lollipops and Rainbows" (Marvin Hamlisch/Howard Liebling) -- and it never stopped, as people consistently oohed and aahed as they recognized the songs from their introductions and simply joined in.  Gibson acknowledged the response at one point, saying,  "It's great hearing your voices and feeling the joy I feel."
•••• Gibson's voice is soft, sweet and inviting, and she was in total control throughout the show, particularly on a sincere, committed  "Up on the Roof" and "One Fine Day" (both by Carole King and Gerry Goffin).  She also delivered smooth versions of "Downtown" (Tony Hatch) and "Dream Lover" (Bobby Darin), offered a sweet take on "Spanish Harlem" (Jerry Leiber/Phil Spector), an energetic punch on "Da Doo Ron Ron" (Jeff Barry/Spector/Ellie Greenwich), and an emotive, nicely modulated "Where the Boys Are" (Neil Sedaka/Howard Greenfield).
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114- In Memory of Muhammad Ali, 1942-2016
•••• Muhammad Ali the three-time heavyweight champion who proclaimed himself "the Greatest," defied the US government over the Vietnam war, and later became one of the most well-known -- and loved -- sportsmen in history has died. He was 74.
•••• Ali died late on Friday June 3, at a hospital in Phoenix, Arizona, the family's spokesperson Bob Gunnell said. His funeral will take place in his home town of Louisville, Kentucky.
•••• Ali had become increasingly frail since being diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in 1984, aged 42, and in recent years had limited his public appearances. Earlier this month his brother Rahman Ali revealed that the condition was so advanced he could barely speak or leave his house.
• As a sportsman- he will be remembered for many classic fights
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115- 30,000 attend the legendary Cannes Film Festival
By Gordon Talbott
••••The festival opened on May 11 with a screening of Woody Allen's new film, "Café Society," and runs through May 22 in the southern French resort city. In competition for the Palme d'Or this year are films by Pedro Almodóvar, Olivier Assayas, the Dardenne brothers, Jim Jarmusch, Cristian Mungiu, Jeff Nichols and Sean Penn.
•••• Jodie Foster's "Money Monster" and Steven Spielberg's "The BFG" have been be shown out of competition.
TroyRehearlShanghai150w.jpg•••• After the recent terrorist attacks in France, organizers say they have ramped up security to the highest level in the festival's history.
••••This year's dinner was more subdued than those in the past and took place inside the Palais des Festivals et des Congrès, the official headquarters, where a fleet of police and guards mingled with politicians, stars, movie icons and fame seeking starlets.
Cinema gives Cannes its reason

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114- In Memory of Jim Myron, 1931 - 2016
STUDIO CITY, CA -- Jim Myron, a real estate developer and family friend passed away May 28, 2016, in Los Angeles, after treatment at Cedars Sinai for heart problems and related causes. He was 85.
•••• He was best known as the club-owner of famed Myron's Ball Room on Grand Avenue.
•••• An astute entrepreneur, Myron became a millionaire many times over, buying up parking lots and coffee shops and making other shrewd investments./image-+00TCS/Myron-Group2004-200w.jpg
•••• James Myron was born in Chicago on March 1, 1931, and came to Los Angeles with his parents just prior to the beginning of World War II.
••••• A Mass was held for him at St. Charles Borromeo Church, 10800 Moorpark Street, (Moorpark St. & Lankershim Blvd., North Hollywood, at 11:30 AM, on Sunday, June 26.
•••• Photo above-right was taken at farewell party at Jim's house for the Troy Cory show heading for a China concert tour.

Group Photo: Left to Right: Josie Cory, Jim Myron, Troy Cory, Nicole, Ron Rice, Kristina and Krystal Carroll, Mike Lipman, John Qu. - Photo taken: April 25, 2004 by Gary Sunkin of: tvinews.net ...
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101- Metro Expo Line to Santa Monica Opens May 20th by Gary Sunkin
•••• It's been more than half a century since LA had a rail line that traveled all the way to the Pacific Ocean, but all that is set to change with the May 20 debut of Expo Line's extension to Santa Monica.
•••• The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority has a number of media opportunities for the opening weekend of the Metro Expo Line to Santa Monica. The 6.6 mile rail extension from CulverCity to Santa Monica is the second major rail project.
•••• 9:45 a.m. Grand Opening Ceremony
•••• The train breaks though a banner at Downtown Santa Monica Station.
•••• 9:50 a.m. Photo op of VIP speakers plus Santa Monica Mayor with Surf Board
••••10:00am-VIP Ceremony Emcee - The Honorable Mark Ridley Thomas
.••••There will be free rides between Downtown Santa Monica and 7th Street starting at noon until close of service at approximately 2:00 am on Saturday May 21st, 2016.
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101- The LA Rams are back, bringing Goff and hope to L.A
By Gary Sunkin-
••• The 2016 NFL Draft was held at the Auditorium Theatre at image-+00TCS/JaredGoff200w.jpgChicago's Roosevelt University beginning Thursday April 28th 2016 and concluding on Saturday April 30th 2016 - The first round began at 5pm PT on Thursday, April 28th. The second and Third rounds will be held on Friday, April 29th starting at 4pm- and the Draft will conclude with rounds 4-7 on Saturday April, 30th beginning at 9am. Our Gary Sunkin Sports repother will be at the Los Angeles Rams on
•••• Thursday -Friday, and Saturday at the Los Angeles Rams Media Hotel to get reports on the NFL Draft. Stay tune for the report. "Ja-red Goff, Ja-red Goff," shouted the several thousand fans jamming the L.A. Live courtyard, the chant turning into a roar, as it became official, the Rams gave a new and shiny jersey to No. 1 overall pick quarterback Jared Goff.
••••"To get a player who we believe can be a big difference-maker in this town, at this time, it's unbelievable," said Rams owner Stan Kroenke.
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101- Cory's Road to China> First American to perform on Stage in China, PRC.Imagespeople/JosieBeijingMao200w.jpg
Troy Cory was among the first international entertainers and the first American entertainer to perform in the People's Republic of China, beginning in 1988. In itself a notable culture-historical feat, in view of China's closed door policies of the late 70s and well into the 80s. The PRC's administrative climate in comparison is much less restrictive now and China's open door policy enables many entertainers to introduce themselves to the populace Chinese audiences.
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