Tomiaki also displayed one of Paolo’s 10, four hundred page, aluminum encased journal/sketchbooks. Nick Falevina receives his certificate of completion from Workshop Coordinator, Wes Ozier. Site Coordinator Tomiaki Tamura opened up the Archives to share some of Paolo’s scrolls with the June Workshop. Pictured is a Space for Peace scroll. June 11, 2001GraduationOn Friday, the May Workshop graduated from the five-week program. The group marked the event by posing on Sebastian and Karsten’s 1979 Caddy.[Photos and text by Jennifer Thornton] The last week of the May Workshop coincided with Seminar Week of the June Workshop in which the Workshoppers are familiarized withArcosanti and Arcology Theory. Landscape Manager Karen Taylor shows the group the various flowers, trees, herbs, vegetables and other plants that beautify the Site.
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TV technology provider Kudelski Group has turned in a strong first-half performance despite the adverse impact of the strength of the Swiss franc relative to other currencies.Kudelski reported first half revenues of CHF425 million (€395 million), up 10.4% in constant currency terms, driven by a strong performance in its non-TV-related public access segment, but also by a strong underlying growth in its core digital TV business. The latter grew by 6.8% in constant currency terms, despite the first half of the prior years including a boost from one-time licensing revenues from a Cisco patent licensing agreement. The digital TV business turned in CHF324.4 million in revenues, with operating income for the segment up 17.9% to CHF52.6 million.Digital TV deals during the first half included a framework agreement with Altice Group.Overall Kudelski posted operating income of CHF30.4 million, up 9.7%.
Julian BellamyThe UK’s Royal Television Society (RTS) has appointed Julian Bellamy, managing director, ITV Studios, and Sarah Rose, chief consumer and strategy officer, Channel 4, to its Board of Trustees.Sarah RoseIn other appointments, Siobhan Greene, head of entertainment commissioning at ITV, joins as the chair of the RTS Student Awards alongside Keith Underwood, COO of Channel 4, taking the post of chair of the RTS early evening events committee, replacing Dan Brooke.Theresa Wise, CEO at the Royal Television Society said: “Sarah and Julian’s wealth of experience and deep-rooted industry knowledge make them invaluable additions to the Board and I look forward to working with them closely as we continue to support and champion the global success story of UK television. We are also privileged to welcome two new and dynamic Committee Chairs, Siobhan and Keith, who come on board to drive our RTS Student Awards and Early Evening Events forward – upholding two core pillars of our organisation.”