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115- LA Auto Show, LA Convention Center Dec. 1-10
115- Auto Show Press Day. Nov. 27-30
115- American Film Market, Nov. 1-8
114- Frank Barron, Hollywood Reporter editor
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101- Gary Sinise named 2018 Rose Parade grand marshal

101- Troy Cory, First American to perform on Stage in China, PRC
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Digital Hollywood Fall, Skirball Center, LA, Oct. 10 - 12
"An Invonvenient Sequel" screening at Digital Hollywood
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115- American Film Market, SantaMonica, Nov. 1 - 8
115- Audi presents AFI Fest Nov 9 -16
115- LA Auto Show, LA Convention Center Dec. 1 - 10
115- Auto Show Press Day. Nov. 27-30
114- Frank Barron, journalist and cartoon writer has died
101- Gary Sinise named 2018 Rose Parade grand marshal
115- Digital Hollywood, Skirball Center, Los Angeles, Oct. 10-12
"An Invonvenient Sequel" screening at Digital Hollywood
11th Annual German Film Festival, Oct. 13th -16th
115- NAB Show, Javits Convention Center, New York, Oct. 18-19
"Created in New York Award" at 2017 NAB 
MIPCOM, Cannes, France, October 16-19

102- 3 Billion Yahoo accounts hacked
114- Tom Petty dies of heart attack
114- In memory of Hugh Hefner
• 59 dead at mass shooting in Las Vegas

114 Hugh Hefner, dies at 91
101- The 69th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards- Winners
LA Hosts 2017 WORLD Police and Fire GAMES
115- On the red carpet at the Venice Film Festival, Aug. 30-Sept. 09
115- Bayreuth Festival 2017, July 25 - August 28
LA 2017 WORLD Police and Fire GAMES, Aug. 7-Aug 16
115- Western Food Service and Hospitality Expo, August 27-29
115- SIGGRAPH, LA Convention Center, July 30 - Aug. 3
107- In Memory of Ambros Seelos, orchestra leader
• Happy Birthday! Gary

101-"LOST LA: Descanso Gardens"
106- 20th Anniversary of Handover of Hong Kong
115- MÜNCHEN FILM FEST, Germany, June 22-July 1
115- The CineMerit Award 2017
115- Past CineMerit Award Winners
101- Troy Cory, First American
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115- Audi presents AFI Fest Nov 9 -16
115- LA Auto Show, LA Convention Center Dec. 1 - 10
115- Auto Show Press Day. Nov. 27-30
115- American Film Market, Santa Monica, CA, Nov. 1 - 8
101- Gary Sinise named 2018 Rose Parade grand marshal
114- Frank Barron, journalist and cartoon writer has died
115- LA Auto Show, LA Convention Center Dec. 1 - 10

101- Troy Cory, First American to perform on Stage in China, PRC
101- Cory's Road to China
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115- Audi sponsors AFI Fest Nov 9 -16
The AFI Fest presented annually by the American Film Institute opens with 'Mudbound' and continues with a bounty of world cinema. It has become a favorite destination for moviegoiers seeking the newest and best that world cinema has to offer. Movie showings are held at the TCL Chinese Theatre Imax and CTL Chinese Thearters 6801 Holllywood Blvd., LA as well as at the Egyptian Theatre 6712 Hollywood Blvd., LA.
•••• The richness of this event's international scope is an earnest priority for the festival's director, Jacqueline Lyanga, and her team of programmer. Also, courtesy of robust event sponsorship, admission to all screenings is free. It's a way the AFI Fest keeps faith with its legacy -- a throwback to the old glory days of the institute's long-defunct Los Angeles International Film Exposition, a.k.a. Filmex, which from 1971 to 1987 was a notable local bastion of globe-trotting cinephilia.
•••• Until just a few days ago, the festival was expected to close with the Nov. 16 world premiere of Ridley Scott's hotly anticipated "All the Money in the World," but the film was yanked from the program by its distributor, Sony Pictures, in the wake of sexual assault allegations against Kevin Spacey, one of its stars. (As of now, the film is still set to open theatrically Dec. 22.) The last-minute change of plans cost AFI Fest one of its highest-profile attractions, but also spared it some potentially awkward headlines at a time when charges of rape and sexual harassment have engulfed the industry.
••••The show will feature more than 90 screening over the next eight days including a dazzling, 12-film Robert Altman retrospective. On Thursday night the festival got off to a vigorously applauded start with Dee Rees' "Mudbound," a sprawling, powerfully acted epic of racial discord set in the WWII-era American South. The film reaches Netflix and select theaters Nov. 17.
•••• One of the sacred dictates of the international film-festival circuit is that you can never have too much Isabelle Huppert, who received a tribute at AFI Fest last year en route to her Oscar nomination for "Elle." That theory is put to the test here by the inclusion of no fewer than three Huppert vehicles: "Happy End," another master class in art-house severity from Austria's Michael Haneke; "Claire's Camera," a Cannes-set curio from South Korea's prolific Hong Sang-soo (who also has another film in the festival, the absorbing "The Day After"); and "Mrs. Hyde," a new work from the French auteur Serge Bozon.
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101- Gary Sinise named 2018 Rose Parade grand marshal
Actor Gary Sinise has been named the 2018 Rose Parade grand marshal for the famed New Year's Day event. The parade's theme is "Making a Difference."
•••• Sinise is known for his work with veterans' causes. The announcement was made by Tournament of Roses President Lance Tibbet. It will be the 129th Rose Parade and precedes the Rose Bowl football game.
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114-Frank Barron, journalist and cartoon writer has died
Frank Barron, a cartoon writer for Hanna-Barbera, and former editor of the Hollywood Reporter, has died. He was 98.
•••• Barron grew up wanting to be professional baseball player but detoured to Hollywood's spell early, writing radio show material for Red Skelton and Edgar Bergen, creating story lines for Hanna-Barbera cartoons and keeping track of the A-listers he came to know -- Walt Disney, Bob Hope, John Wayne, Steven Spielberg.
•••• Born in Elizabeth, N.J., on Feb. 5, 1919, Barron started selling stories to Boys' Life magazine when he was young and became a part-time sports writer for the Newark Evening News when he was in high school.
•••• He was drafted into the Army on the eve of Pearl Harbor in 1941 and was stationed in England. When he got out in 1945, he returned to New Jersey and worked as the sports editor for the Asbury Park Press. newspaper before accepting a government job in Japan. He took charge of running several Air Force Base newspapers in the Tokyo area for a little over a year before heading to California.
•••• There, he wrote for the "Woody Woodpecker" and "Popeye" cartoon shows before moving over to Hanna-Barbera, where he helped develop story lines for the studio, which at the time was the powerhouse of animated programming for television.
•••• He later became the head writer for "The Pinky Lee Show," a variety program for children that helped pound out the mold for future after-school programming.
•••• Barron was twice the editor of the Hollywood Reporter, in the mid-1960s, and again in the late '70s. At the time, the trade publication was owned and published by Tichi Wilkerson Kassel.
•••• When he was 61, Frank married publicist Margie Platt in 1980 at the home of actress Shirley Jones and comic Marty Ingels.
•••• He was a member of the Television Critics Association and wrote many stories with his wife Margie whom he transformed into an enthusiastic journalist, who writes a weekly entertainment column for The Tolucan Times.
Read More about Frank Barron in, "The Tolucan Times"
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American Film Market 2017
The American Film Market is considered the world's largest motion picture business event held each year at the beginning of November in Santa Monica, California. More than7,000 people attend the eight-day annual event to network and to sell, finance and acquire films. Participants come from more than 80 countries and include acquisition and development executives, agents, attorneys, directors, distributors, festival directors, financiers, film commissioners, producers, writers, the world's press all those who provide services to the motion picture industry.
••• Unlike a film festival, the AFM is a marketplace &endash; with over 200,000 square feet of exhibition space &endash; where production and distribution deals are closed. In just eight days, more than US$1 billion in deals will be sealed -- on both completed films and those in every stage of development and production.
••• Participants may view more than 500 screenings of 300+ films -- 29 new films every two hours. Titles range from big budget blockbusters that will be released by the major studios to lower budget art and genre films recognized at international film festivals.
••• With 7,000 attendees, 500 screenings, 300 exhibiting distributors, and the industry's largest Conference series, AFM is the pivotal destination for independent filmmakers and business people from all over the world.
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Audi presents AFI FEST, Nov. 9- 16
A program of the American Film Institute, AFI FEST presented by Audi is a celebration of global cinema and today's Hollywood -- a showcase for the best festival films of the year and an opportunity for master filmmakers and emerging artists to come together with audiences in the movie capital of the world. AFI FEST is the only festival of its stature that is free to the public. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences recognizes AFI FEST as a qualifying festival for the Short Films category for the annual Academy Awards®.
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115- Documentary Festival at Digital Hollywood Fall, Skirball Center, Los Angeles, Oct. 10 - 12
The Documentary Festival, co-sponsored by KCET Link Media Group; Producers Guild of America, Documentary / Non-fiction Committee HollyShorts Film Festival; IndieWire- will be held on October 12, at the Magnin Auditorium.
Feature Screening "FOOD EVOLUTION" to be narrated by Neil deGrasse Tyson.
••••Also on the agenda is Al Gore's "An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power," directed by Bonni Cohen and Jon Shenk about former United States Vice President Al Gore's continuing mission to battle climate change. The sequel to An Inconvenient Truth (2006), the film addresses the progress made to tackle the problem and Gore's global efforts to persuade governmental leaders to invest in renewable energy, culminating in the landmark signing of 2016's Paris Agreement. The film was released on July 28, 2017, by Paramount Pictures. Click for More Documentary Festival

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Conference Agenda 10/11/2017

The China - Entertainment Industry Roundtable: A Discussion with China Experts - Investment, Joint Ventures, and Productions in Film - TV - Technology

Schuyler M. Moore, Partner, Greenberg Glusker
Bennett Pozil, Executive Vice President, East West Bank
Fan Wang, Director, Producer and scholar with Sarft
Nick Conti, Vice President of Business Development, GDC Technology
Debra K. Chinn, Head of International Localization and Creative Services, Dreamworks Animation, Worldwide
Rob Minkoff, Director, The Lion King
Lora Y. Chen, CEO, China Media Consulting, Moderator
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2:15 PM - 3:30 PM

Track I: Ahmanson Hall, Live Webcast from this Room

The Future of Brand Partnerships: Message, Technology, Media, Entertainment & Advertising
• Beau Avril, Global Head of Product Commercialization, Google
• Tara DeVeaux, Chief Marketing Officer, BBDO New York
• Jason Jercinovic, Global Head of Marketing Innovation, Havas
• Rick Eiserman, North American CEO, Engine Group & CEO, Trailer Park
• John Rubey, former President, AEG Network Live, former CEO, Fathom Events
• Mark Howard, Chief Revenue Officer, Forbes Media
• Andrew Solmssen, Managing Director, POSSIBLE, Los Angeles, Moderator

The ABC of Branding"
Sponsored by Women in Film and Digital Hollywood

Whether you are looking to brand a production company, films and content, products or even yourself, what you must know about branding.
Hosted by Karene Jullien

Part I: 2 PM: BRANDING STRATEGY - What is a brand? Where do I start?

Marlene Sharp, Producer TV Series - SEGA America
Holly Payberg, Producer Feathers & Toast
Mhairi Morrisson, Actress & Creator of Feathers & Toast
Estella Gabriel, Founder & CEO of Second Screen, Inc.
Arati Misro, Founding Member at Second Screen, Inc.

Part II: 3PM: BRANDING CAMPAIGNS &endash; How do I give my brand a voice?

Michellene DeBonis, Founder of Zeste Consulting
Alex Zeldin, Co-Founder and Executive Producer of French Mustache
KT McBratney, Head of Product Marketing &endash; Seed & Spark
Cary Grant, Founder & CEO, Premo Media

Part III: 4PM: PROTECTING MY BRAND
Ghen Laraya, Intellectual property attorney and Board Member of WIF
Angela Gyetvan, Founder of Digital Whisper
Michael Turner, VP of Business & Legal Affairs, Discovery Communications

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SANTA MONICA, October 2, 2017 -- Tom Petty dies
Imagestcs/Rosevine108w.jpgSpecial Report by Troy Cory
Troy Cory's Vine Street Video Center was Tom Petty's first choice to produce his first music videos in May of 1978. Other top rock artists such as Jackson Brown, Rod Stewart, Joni Mitchell, Warren Zevon, and Randy Meisner (the Eagles) also produced their first music videos at Troy Cory's Vine Street Stage in the late 70s.
•••••••He was born Oct. 20, 1950, in Gainesville, Fla. A poor student, he caught the rock 'n' roll bug after he was introduced by his uncle to Elvis Presley, who was shooting the picture "Follow That Dream" on location in nearby Ocala. Like many other boyish rock aspirants, he began working on music in earnest after witnessing the Beatles on "The Ed Sullivan Show" in Febrary 1964.
•••••In 2002, Petty was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
•••• Petty had just completed an extensive tour to mark the Heartbreakers' 40th anniversary. It concluded Sept. 25 with a three-night homecoming stand that sold out at the Hollywood Bowl. •••.Click for More tviStory 114-s90- Tom Petty Dies
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11th Annual German Film Festival, Oct. 13th - 16th
at the historic Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood
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3 Billion Yahoo accounts hacked
Yah
oo says every account -- tallied up to 3 billion -- was affected by 2013 breach
•••• The Internet service company Yahoo reported two major data breaches of user account data during the second half of 2016. The first announced breach, reported in September 2016, had occurred sometime in late 2014, and affected over 500 million Yahoo accounts. A separate data breach, occurring earlier around August 2013, was reported in December 2016 when when Yahoo disclosed that hackers stole information that could be connected to more than 1 billion accounts. As part of its December announcement, Yahoo says it required all users who had not changed their passwords since 2013 to do so, and disabled unencrypted security questions and answers.
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115- MIPCOM, the world's entertainment content market, takes place in Cannes, France, from 16-19 October
Paris -- MIPCOM 2017 is set to showcase a record number of exclusive International Screenings, including compelling original crime series, a Russian period drama, a blue-chip wildlife series, and some caustic comedy shows.
The 2017 MIPCOM International Screenings:
"The Lawyer", "The Road to Calvary", "Gogol", "La Zona", "Blue Planet II" "Guest List" •••• "Tabula Rasa"•, "The Plague" "Morocco: Love In Times of War", and more.
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115- NAB Show - EXECUTIVES FROM DRAFTKINGS AND MCAFEE TO HEADLINE 2017 NAB SHOW NEW YORK OPENING SESSION
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The opening event for the 2017 NAB Show New York, October 18-19, 2017, will feature Paul Liberman, chief operating officer and co-founder of DraftKings, the sports-tech entertainment platform, and Gary Davis, chief consumer security evangelist at McAfee, a leading cybersecurity company. The session will focus on cybersecurity applications and implications for media and technology.
••••Produced by the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB), NAB Show New York will take place October 18 - 19 at the Javits Convention Center in New York City.
About NAB
The National Association of Broadcasters is the premier advocacy association for America's broadcasters. NAB advances radio and television interests in legislative, regulatory and public affairs. Through advocacy, education and innovation, NAB enables broadcasters to best serve their communities, strengthen their businesses and seize new opportunities in the digital age. Learn more at www.nab.org.
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• Created in New York Award
WASHINGTON, D.C.-- Marvel Television Studio Heads Honored for the Creation of Industry-Defining Programming in New York City --
•••• The Head of Marvel Television Jeph Loeb and Co-head Jim Chory will receive the inaugural Created in New York Award during the 2017 NAB Show New York at the Javits Convention Center on Wednesday, October 18. The award-winning television executive producers will also participate in a featured keynote discussion on NAB Show New York's Keynote Stage directly following their award presentation.
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114- Hugh Hefner, Playboy Magazine founder and pop icon dies at 91
•• Hefner, whose Playboy men's magazine popularized the term "centerfold," glamorized a bachelor lifestyle and helped spur the sexual revolution of the 1960s.
•••• Hefner founded Playboy in 1953 with $600 of his own money and built the magazine into a multimillion-dollar entertainment empire that at its 1970s peak included a string of Playboy Clubs whose cocktail waitresses wore bunny ears and cottontails.
•••••His pioneering magazine, may have helped the buttoned-up America of the 1950s and early 1960s loosen up a little about sex.
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101- Troy Cory, First American to perform on Stage in China, PRC
101- Cory's Road to China

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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Troy Cory & The Brook Sisters

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+101- Cory Meets JiangZemin, former President PRC
• • Back in the 80s, as a goodwill ambassador representing the U.S.A., Troy Cory and his back-up dancers and singers, "The Brooke Sisters," were the first entertainers from the United States to appear in a full staged program in the People's Republic of China during the Shanghai TV Festival, and televised on China's National Television (CCTV), viewed by over 300 million people.• •BrookSistForbiddCity200w.jpg
• • It was there Cory met Jiang Zemin, then mayor of Shanghai, and who later became the 5th President of the People's Republic of China.The '88 Shanghai Concert was the beginnings of Troy's concert tours in China for the next two decades. The concerts, just to name a few, included the following cities: Shanghai, Beijing, Anshan, Harbin, Fuzhou and and Tsingtao (Qingdao)

 

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101- The 69th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards honored the best in U.S. prime time television programming from June 1, 2016 until May 31, 2017, as chosen by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. The ceremony was held on Sunday, September 17, 2017 at the Microsoft Theater (formerly Nokia Theatre L.A. Live) in Downtown Los Angeles, California, and was broadcast in the U.S. by CBS. The ceremony was hosted by Stephen Colbert.
Click for more Emmy Nominees and Winners 2017
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115- On the Red Carpet at the Venice Film Festival 2017
VENICE, Italy -- Known as an awards-season launching pad, a bevy of Hollywood talent -- including Oscar winners George Clooney, Matt Damon, Julianne Moore, Jennifer Lawrence and Octavia Spencer -- headed to the Venice Film Festival, which opened its 74th edition August 30.
Venice kicked off with Alexander Payne's Downsizing as the opening film in competition. Stars Jane Fonda and Robert Redford are to receive Lifetime Achievement Golden Lions at a September 1 screening.
Some of the Films presented on the Lido:
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115- Bayreuther Festspiele, Bayreuth, Germany July 25 - August 28
The Bayreuth Festival: also a family history. The festival's management has been in the hands of a member of the Wagner family up to this day. A special feature that has increased the attractiveness of the four-week Wagner marathon worldwide. This family history, as in any other family, has not remained free of tension.
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101- LA2017 WORLD Police and Fire GAMES  By: Gary Sunkin
Los Angeles hosted the World Police & Fire Games (WPFG) from Monday, August 7 to Wednesday, August 16, 2017, with Opening Ceremonies and parade of athletes at the LA Memorial Coliseum. More than 8,000 athletes, all active or retired Police Officers or Firefighters, from over 70 countries competed in the biennial 11-day Olympics-style competition, in over 65 different sports and disciplines, and draw up to 50,000 spectators.LAworldgamesOpen400.jpg

 

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•••• August 15th will be Dodger Day at Dodgers Stadium and closing ceremony took take place at the Athletes Village, Gilbert Lindsay Plaza on August 16th.

 

 

 

• Opening ceremonies
Photo: By Gary Sunkin. Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck and Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti walk with members of the Los Angeles Police and Fire Departments during the at the opening ceremony for the LA17 World Police and Fire Games.

The world's first responders are here in Los Angeles, for the 2017 World Police and Fire Games, which were officially ushered in on Monday with opening ceremonies at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.
•••• From Southern California, participants include members of the Los Angeles Airport Police, the Los Angeles Police Department and the Los Angeles Fire Department.
•••• "What makes us different is the ages of the athletes," said Chuck Foote, director of the California Police Athletic Federation, the umbrella organization for the World Police and Fire Games Federation, which conducts the games.
•••• "These athletes range in age from brand-new employees to those with 40 years of experience."LAworldgamesMcDonnell200.jpg•••• •The World Police and Fire Games have been held every two years since 1985.
•••• "The World Police and Fire Games not
only help to promote physical fitness through intense competition, it also builds camaraderie and lifelong friendships among first responders," said Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck, a past games competitor who is expected to also compete in this year's games.
•••• Events are being held all over Southern California.
Photo RtoL: LA County Sheriff, Jim McDonnell & TVI' reporter, Gary Sunkin.

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115- Culinary Highs -The Golden Glove
at the Western Food Service and Hospitality Expo

LOS ANGELES - Black Bear Diner, Urban Plates and Lawry's Take Top Honors at 6th Annual Culinary + Cocktail Clash
Restaurant brands faced-off in the sixth annual Culinary Clash, a fundraising event t
o benefit the California Restaurant Association Foundation (CRAF).
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• Happy Birthday! Gary
TVI Magazine celebrates TVI's news director Gary Sunkin's birthday at the Rainbow Room in Beverly Hills.

Gary has been covering the Hollywood beat and many industry tradeshows for TVI publication since 2000. Amongst his many favorites are the Pasadena "Rose Parade," the "International Consumer Electroncs Show" (CES) annually held in Las Vegas; and news events at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena, to mention a few.
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SIGGRAPH 2017 Honors Emerging Technology and Innovation in Computer Graphics - By Gary Sunkin
SIGGRAPH 2017, the world's leading annual interdisciplinary educational experience showcasing the latest in computer graphics and interactive techniques, has concluded in Los Angeles with over 16,500 attendees from around the world. SIGGRAPH 2017 marked the 44th International Conference and Exhibition on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques, and was held 30 July&endash;3 August 2017 at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
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AmbrosBand&TroyInput108w.jpgAMBROS SEELOS MONTH- In Memoroy of our good friend
By Troy and Josie Cory

••• Ambros Seelos (Jan. 30, 1935 - August 3, 2015) orchestra leader, arranger,saxophonist and Clarinettist was groovy. The Ambros Seelos Orchestra, so beloved in their natiave Germany, they were chosen as the officioal band for the 1972 Olympics in Munich and officially funkified the games.
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"LOST LA: Descanso Gardens" Premieres July 18 on KCET and Link TV
•• KCETLink Media Group's history series LOST LA is back with LOST LA: DESCANSO GARDENS as part of its "Summer of the Environment" initiative.
•••• Descanso Gardens, located in La Cañada Flintridge just east of Los Angeles, is a 150-acre botanical garden that welcomes thousands of visitors annually.
•••••At one time, this property belonged to newspaper magnate E. Manchester Boddy (1891-1967) who owned the Los Angeles Daily News. From its pre-colonial origins as an oak woodland to its contemporary role as a living museum, the film examines how the Descanso Gardens reflect the social, political, and cultural evolution of Los Angeles
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The transfer of sovereignty over Hong Kong from the United Kingdom to China, referred to as "the Handover" internationally or "the Return" in China, took place on 1 July 1997.
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••••••The 1997 handover ceremony was held at the new wing of the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre in Wan Chai on the night of 30 June 1997.
•••• Chinese President Xi Jinping will visit Hong Kong for the first time as leader to mark the 20th anniversary of the city's handover to China on July 1, 2017l
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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
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: - 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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