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Beppe Grillo su Euronews sul Vday
20 Sep 2007
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Watch news videos competing against a growing fungoid structure. Who will win? - Generative art from the series 'Inherited Delusions' by Helmuth Ziegenmalte. For feedback and more information please visit the website!
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Ce reportage mené en collaboration avec Richesses-du-Monde**** montre la fabrication de l'huile d'Argan avec son avantage économique, ainsi que son réseau de distribution et sa valorisation à travers l'Europe par la société Richesses du Monde.
4 Oct 2008
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Spectacular eruption of Mt Etna
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洪凱莉:其實「記者無疆界組織」的報告已講的非常清楚,它是有兩點,第一點就是中共跟它講,你要跟我們談生意,先把《新唐人》關掉再說。那第二點就是說,歐衛就利用了這個機會,像它駐北京的負責人也講得很清楚,它們是可以隨時關掉任何一個轉發器,但是它們選擇了關掉《新唐人》,因為它們想要得到中共的生意。 我記得我們在2005年的時候,《新唐人》剛剛向歐洲和向亞洲播出的時候,我們是第一家拿到了法國廣播電視局重組以後的執照的電視台。那個時候,它們基本上被評為是比美國的《SCC》,就是美國專門管電視、廣播的部門還要嚴的一個組織,它們管我們叫做 model customer student,就是「模範客戶」。 這麼多年來,我們跟它的付款各方面也都非常的及時,所以它用技術問題做為藉口,做為一個幌子,來把《新唐人》關掉,封殺向亞洲傳遞不受過濾信息的這麼一個自由平台。也就是說,它們為了討好中共,為了得到所謂的經濟利益而獻出了14億中國老百姓的知情權。 主持人:我們是不是可以稍微談一下,譬如它們當初宣稱是因為這顆衛星上面的供電有問題,那我們曉得《新唐人》在全球有4顆衛星,這樣能夠cover整個全球各大洲。那麼我們現在談的是在中國大陸、亞洲上面這顆衛星,W5衛星,那麼它上面有一些轉發器,除了《新唐人》以外,還有哪些公司的訊號在上頭,大概是怎麼一個情況,您可不可以稍微給觀眾朋友介紹一下? 洪凱莉:可以,W5號衛星是一個有24個轉發器的衛星。那麼在所謂的技術故障沒有發生之前,有4顆轉發器是向亞洲播出的,其他是向全世界各地播出的。那在歐洲方面,向那邊播出的有12 顆轉發器,除了《新唐人》以外,向亞洲播出的轉發器上還有《美國之音》,BBG在其中的一顆。 那這一次他們的客戶,比如說當初有《EuroNews》,有《C- Music》,有香港的《TVB》等都在向亞洲播出的這些轉發器上面。那當它們所謂的「供電不足」故障發生的時候,它們選擇了3顆向亞洲播出的轉發器,把它關掉,還有另外一顆向歐洲播出的轉發器,把它關掉。 通常這種情況,當這個衛星公司有供電上的障礙,或者是有技術上的問題的時候,它們要做一個非常詳細的技術上故障的調查報告。這個調查報告裡頭就要非常詳細的講,你為什麼選擇關這3顆,或者說選擇關哪幾顆轉發器,那你關這幾顆轉發器,你後頭的原因是什麼。 那你其他這些轉發器上面你是準備怎麼樣用,你有沒有其他的辦法,能夠把一些,比如說把一些上面沒有完全被利用的轉發器整合一下,空出一些轉發器來把它關掉。這樣的話,對你客戶不會有太大的影響,那對你整個運作,衛星健康的運作也不會有太大的影響。但這些東西,根據我們所瞭解,到現在為止,歐衛一直沒有向《新唐人》提供過。 主持人:就是沒有提供技術上故障的調查報告。 洪凱莉:沒有,所以這就說明什麼呢?它是有選擇性的把你給關了。還有一個,它把向亞洲播出的4個轉發器關了3個,那說明什麼呢?因為在這個合約裡頭有講到,如果故障的時候,歐衛有義務幫《新唐人》找一個 alternative把它再放上去。那它就可以很堂而皇之的告訴《新唐人》說,向亞洲播出的轉發器全壞了,除了《美國之音》(VOA)繼續播出以外,因為它不想得罪美國政府,那其他都沒有選擇了,你自己想辦法吧!就是這樣子。 (據新唐人電視台《熱點互動》節目錄音整理) 其他推薦: 2008新唐人電視台全球系列大賽(小提琴,聲樂,舞蹈,武術,鋼琴,漢服設計,油畫,廚技,攝影) NTDTV GLOBAL COMPETITION SERIES *******competitions.ntdtv****/ New Tang Dynaty Television *******english.ntdtv**** 日記者新疆庫車採訪再遭公安扣押 *******www.cntv.us/zh/view/10097
23 Aug 2008
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*******www.newsy**** As the world celebrates Earth Day, energy consumption is one of the most important topics… Where will we find new forms of energy? How will we work together to use it? And how can journalists tell the story better? "Congress will debate a bill that could completely change the way we make and use energy. Now that the EPA says that climate change poses a threat to public safety, Congress could regulate greenhouse gasses for the first time …" (MSNBC) "I’m all for clean environment, but, you want a real clean environment? Go back to the cave age." (BBC) "There’s no such thing as clean coal, have all fallen dramatically. See? Look. If it was so clean it wouldn’t come off on my hand." (CNBC) "Oil shouldn’t be at $41 today, it should be at $20 today. My prediction is right." (FOX News) "Why not take this opportunity to put a tax on gasoline, bump it back up to $4 a gallon, where people were prepared to pay for that, and use that revenue for alternative energy and as a signal to the consumers those days are gone?" (NBC) "A lot of people are deciding hey, it doesn’t pay right now to go with a hybrid, because as is already so cheap." (WTSP) "Really what we’re doing is reinventing the automobile. How we move around cities and how we interact in cities." (NBC) "Italy and France have signed a new co-operation deal that could see Italy embrace Nuclear power again, 21 years after voters rejected atomic energy." (euronews) "Whats the problem with wind power? Well Meghan, I guess its too easy for one, but for two, some people don’t like the way it looks." (FOX News) "Those turbins produce electricity without any emissions, without any other fuel source other than the wind and they produce a lot of power." (CNN) "Future sidewalks might be covered with smart panels that capture piezoelectricity power generated from applied mechanical pressure." (The Discovery Channel) What do you think? Are journalists doing a good job of telling environmental stories? Please, visit our sources, and stay tuned for more of Newsy****’s Earth Day coverage, where we look at perspectives on some of the world’s most pressing environmental and energy issues.
22 Apr 2009
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Graham Watson : A future president (EURONews video 2009) Watson for President of the European Parliament campaign *******watsonforpresident.eu [EP Presidency campaign] [Watson for President] [Language EN original]
8 May 2009
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De TVArk Incluye: -Carta de Ajuste con Sonido de RNE Clasica -Cortinilla Inicio de Emision -Cortinilla La 2 -Inicio EuroNews
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"He is richest who is content with the least…” said Socrates. By that definition Greece has struck gold. Greece’s finance minister says after new revisions the nation’s debt will be higher than first expected, reaching a herculean 144 percent of its GDP, the highest in the EU. Greece received some $145 billion in bailout money and now it faces the possibility of not being able to fulfill its obligations to bring down its debt. This new development has put investors around the world on edge. Two of The New York Times financial reporters explain how such a small country can have such a large impact. GRAHMAM BOWLEY: “Greece may be small and is one of the smallest countries in the EU, but it has a lot of debt. Ahh… Mountains of debt. Which it tried to conceal and which has built up over the years. And that debt is owned by banks in other countries, to large extent.” NELSON SCHWARTZ: “So for example, Greece owes to Portugal, Portugal owes to Spain. Spain owns a lot to Germany, France and the United States. So you have domino effect.” Germany’s Deutche Welle says German Chancellor Angela Merkel went so far as to say it was ‘irresponsible’ to let Greece join the EU. “Politicians may balk at Merkel's frank words, but some analysts believe tough talk is long-overdue.” The Chancellor has come with her own controversial philosophy to tackle the crisis -- to make the banks and bond markets share the burden if Greece defaults on its debt. Euronews says Greece is not happy with what Ms. Merkel has to offer. “Greece’s Prime Minister George Papandreou has warned that Germany’s tough stance on banks and bond markets sharing the pain of any euro zone country defaulting on its debts could force some economies toward bankruptcy. The Greek leader, who was on a visit to France, said that has ‘created a spiral of higher interest rates for countries that seem to be in difficulties, such as Ireland or Portugal.’” Bloomberg says these new numbers have called into question the EU’s ability to police the bailout. So it’s been forced to take some drastic measures. “To prepare the revisions, Eurostat exercised for the first time new audit powers it was granted after the EU learned Greece had used secret financial transactions to conceal debt.” Plato said, “A good decision is based on knowledge and not on numbers.” So what do you think? How can Greece bring its economy under control?
18 Nov 2010
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BY BRANDON TWICHELL Transcript by Newsy**** You're watching multisource global video news analysis from Newsy. It was a city discovered almost completely intact after being covered by volcanic ash in ancient times. Now Pompeii is in danger of being destroyed again--by rain. Heavy downpours have caused five buildings to collapse in the past year, including the famous “House of the Gladiators”. But the Italian government is also taking a chunk of the blame. We’re covering the collapse with CBS, CNN, Euronews, and The New York Times. A reporter for CBS explains the sad state of Pompeii’s preservation methods. “In Pompeii, budget cuts have reduced workers and maintenance. Some of the structures are propped up by beams or protected by a roof. But of most of Pompeii is exposed to the elements--and to tourists. Over two and a half million people visit Pompeii every year.” A former Pompeii archaeologist tells CNN Pompeii has a history of financial neglect and bad decision-making. "The current state of conservation in Pompeii is mediocre.... The financial resources available for restoration and conservation have always been negligible.... Instead it is preferred to dig, rather than preserve what has already been discovered." The Italian government has fired back, saying Pompeii has always been in a state of decay. Pompeii’s archaeological superintendent tells Euronews- they know what they’re dealing with. “There is a continuous emergency because Pompeii is fragile. We have to realise that it is an ancient town with some problems. We do need to intervene and that is what we are trying to do.” Italian Cultural Minister Sandro Bondi is receiving much of the blame for the recent collapses due to the government’s decision to make cuts to the national arts budget. The New York Times says Bondi has been avoiding large cultural events and ignoring calls for his resignation after the Pompeii collapse. “For his part, Mr. Bondi brushed off the cowardice charge....It was as if his mental health, as opposed to the bankruptcy of Italian leadership in caring for the nation’s priceless heritage, were the point.” So, what do you think? Is the Italian government to blame for Pompeii’s deterioration, or is the ancient city just- ancient? Get more multisource global video news analysis from Newsy.
14 Dec 2010
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BY STEVEN HSIEH Transcript by Newsy**** You're watching multisource video news analysis from Newsy. Progress made at sunny Cancun’s UN Climate Summit. How much exactly? Depends on who you ask. One big step - delegates from 193 nations agreed on a non-binding “green fund” to help developing countries curb carbon emissions … but didn’t include one detail-- where that money will come from. The Climate Institute’s CEO tells Australia’s ABC – progress is progress. Connor: “In Mexico, the UN got its mojo back … Now it’s still short of what we need, but we’ve got that there, and we’ve got the systems of transparency and accountability, the ability to ratchet those up.” Host: “What’s the point if they’re not legally binding?” Connor: “Well, we’re working through what the legal form was. Cancun was never actually going to solve that. That’s probably for South Africa next year." Host: “Is that a little ambitious though?” Connor: “Well, um, we’ll need to see. This is a process now.” Though you’d have trouble finding coverage on US cable networks, America’s role in combating climate change was a big issue in Cancun. On Al Jazeera, a climatologist doubts any more progress in the near future, pointing his finger at the US, and a couple of the world’s emerging powers. “It could pave the way, but now, look at what’s happening in the United States. Our House of Representatives has shifted parties and there’s probably going to be a lot of push back against some of the environmental regulations that we’re proposed by the Obama administration, so whatever concrete that’s going to happen is several years away... And as long as China and India do not commit to dramatic reductions in their emissions, anything that comes out of any United Nations meeting is meaningless.” But an environment correspondent for the BBC compares the consensus in Cancun to the previous Copenhagen summit that we’re still trying to forget. “If Copenhagen was the Great Dane that whimpered, Cancun has been the chihuahua that roared. And what a surprise it was … Cancun produced almost global consensus on words that spell out a need to step up, urgently, action to curb greenhouse gas emissions.” And on euronews, a Member of European Parliament notes the Kyoto Protocol is set to expire in 2012, and that world powers need to make a greater commitment to reduce emissions in any further agreements – he says enough talk- time is running out. Bahrke: “So, there’s been no progress?” Leinen: “Like a snail. Very tenacious, but it is very disappointing what’s happened here. Groups of countries blocking each other. We can’t get closer to worldwide protection this way, and we can’t afford to lose more time. Time is short. Decisions must be taken here.” So, how would you rate the progress in Cancun? A great leap forward, or just another baby step? Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy.
14 Dec 2010
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Transcript by Newsy**** BY MADISON MACK You're watching multisource global video news analysis from Newsy. “People Christmas shopping in the Swedish capitol suddenly stunned by an explosion. Moments later there is a second blast further up the same busy shopping street in central Stockholm. A man found injured near the site of the second blast was later pronounced dead. Two other people were taken to hospital.” Swedish police are treating the explosions as a terrorist attack, and Swedish newspapers speculate it was a suicide bombing. Ten minutes before the explosions occurred, the Swedish Security Service and a news organization received an email addressed the Swedish people, criticizing the nation for its presence in Afghanistan and expressing anger over anti-Islamic cartoons. “We open it. I didn’t tell anything about any explosion or anything like that. It was just a general threat to Swedes. That it was time for us to suffer as people do in Afghanistan and as Muslims due. There was no group taking responsible for the email so it was from a single person.” If confirmed as a suicide bombing, the attack would be the first of its kind in Sweden. Euronews spoke with one Swede who says she is shocked by the attack. “Who knows what triggers these things she says, we’ve had political assassinations in Sweden before, but this is a little close to home." In recent years, the rapid rise of Muslim immigration has led to a growing resentment in Sweden. There have been concerns this attack would further heighten those tensions. When asked to comment, Swedish Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt encouraged Swedes… “…to ‘have patience.’ He said that Sweden’s ‘openness is worth giving ourselves the time to get to the bottom of this,’ and warned of jumping to the ‘wrong conclusions.’” Police have not identified the bomber but strongly suspect he was the owner of the exploded car. Get more multisource global video news analysis from Newsy.
14 Dec 2010
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Transcript by Newsy**** BY CHRISTINA NICKS You're watching multisource world news analysis from Newsy A struggle for power in Ivory Coast may affect your sweet tooth. President-elect Alassane Ouattara has called for a month-long ban on cocoa exports from the West African nation. Ouattara is the UN- sanctioned winner of the country’s November presidential election- but incumbent President Laurent Gbagbo is refusing to give up power. (Video from: euronews) The goal of the ban is to reduce cash coming in, making it more difficult for Gbagbo to pay his supporters. But will it work? CNN reports...maybe. “Some exporters may be reluctant to ignore Ouattara’s call in case he does eventually become president one day, but if in a couple of days they get an indication that the cocoa is getting out of the Ivory Coast the price may stabilize at least for now.” A blogger for The Guardian says- sure, a cocoa ban may be an effective way to smoke out Gbagbo- but it may not be necessary. He reports- a number of legal maneuvers are already shifting power. “The West African Central Bank has withdrawn authorization for Gbagbo to release funds, stifling the flow of money to his regime ... and with visa bans on Gbagbo and 84 of his supporters, and the freezing of their assets in Europe.” A contributor to The Independent agrees- a cocoa ban isn’t the best tactic. But he suggests a more extreme solution to the nation’s messy game of power ping-pong. “The best solution for that country is to allow Ouattara and Gbagbo to contest in the real court of effective state formation – the military. The winner will have to be the one who is able to organise people and mobilize resources to secure victory.” That article goes on to suggest the international community should stay out of Ivory Coast problems. But since the nation is the world’s largest producer of cocoa beans- media financial experts say- everyone will feel the ripple effect of unrest. “Chocolate prices, by the way, they are heading north. Analysts say we could see a 15% spike in our chocolate because cocoa beans are up 12% so far this year.” Cocoa prices jumped close to their highest in 30 years after Ouattara announced the ban. Six major exporters in the region say they will go along with the month-long cocoa hiatus. Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy
28 Jan 2011
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