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first_img Arizona families, Arizona farms: working to produce high-quality milk More Valley freeways to be closed this weekend for improvements Comments   Share   Top Stories Meghan McCain to release audiobook on conservatism, family New high school in Mesa lets students pick career paths The Navy said in a statement Tuesday that the missing helicopter had lost radio contact with controllers on Friday. It does not say what might have caused the craft to disappear.Mexican armed forces and prosecutors suffered at least 28 gunfire attacks on helicopters in the first five years of the government offensive against drug cartels.(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)center_img How men can have a healthy 2019 Think Tank analyzes the second round of Democratic debates MEXICO CITY (AP) – The Mexican Navy says a helicopter carrying four crew members has gone missing over an area of western Mexico where drug cartels are active.The Navy crafts has been missing since it set out four days ago from the Pacific coast city of Manzanillo on a trip to the city of Morelia, the capital of Michoacan state.Civilian and military officials are searching for the Eurocopter Panther helicopter in an area around Michoacan. Sponsored Stories How do cataracts affect your vision?last_img read more

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first_img“They’ve got to stop the bleeding,” ESPN NFL insider John Clayton told Arizona Sports 620’s Doug and Wolf Thursday. “They’ve played hard, they did a lot of good things, but in the end I still think the tackle situation is so bad. It’s hard.“This is a stretch right now where it’s a must-win because you start to look at these next three games and you see three potential losses.”Clayton said the best way to prevent that would be to win Monday, though that is easier said than done with the NFC West leaders coming to town. 0 Comments   Share   Top Stories Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires The Arizona Cardinals have lost their last three games.A quick look at the schedule and one might think they’ll lose their next three, too.Faced with hosting the San Francisco 49ers before traveling to play the Green Bay Packers and Atlanta Falcons, the Cardinals are a team in desperate need of a win. Otherwise, what is right now a disappointing three-game skid could quickly turn into a season-defining six-game slide. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo ErrorOKFree Rate QuoteCall now 623-889-0130 ErrorOK Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactlast_img read more

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first_img19Feb Rep. Potvin seeks to lift bake sale ban in schools State Rep. Phil Potvin, R-Cadillac, introduced legislation and a resolution today so public schools can have food-based fundraisers during school hours.The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Smart Snacks in School standards require all public schools to offer healthier foods to students, including ready-to-eat food sold to raise funds for extra-curricular activities. Most bake sale items, such as brownies and cookies, along with candy bars, do not meet these federal standards, so they are no longer allowed to be sold during school hours.“Bake sales and other food-based fundraisers are time-honored traditions used year after year to raise funds for important school activities, annual class trips, and sports boosters,” Rep. Potvin said.Under the federal law, states are allowed to determine if a set number of in-school food fundraisers will be allowed. Twenty-one states have created exemptions, but since the Michigan Department of Education has declined to do this, local schools must stick with the federal requirements.“A lot of school groups depend on these food sales as the primary source of income to fund those special opportunities for students during the school year.  By joining the other states that allow more flexibility, Michigan school districts will have greater local control in deciding what fundraising is appropriate,” Rep. Potvin said.House Bill 4230 and the resolution will be referred to committee for consideration next week.##### Categories: Newslast_img read more

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first_img Categories: Frederick News 30Apr Rep. Frederick applauds DNR grant to remove Shiatown Dam Rep. Ben Frederick of Owosso commended the Michigan Department of Natural Resources for awarding a grant of $108,000 to the Friends of the Shiawassee River. Projects focus on the removal, maintenance and repair of dams in Michigan.“I applaud Friends of the Shiawassee River for receiving this vital grant,” Frederick said. “They worked hard to secure this essential funding for our community and I look forward to the outcome of their efforts.”The grant will go toward the removal of the Shiatown Dam, which will better restore the river and support healthy fish populations and other habitat improvements. The dam was first built in 1840 and replaced with a hydroelectric dam in 1904.####last_img read more

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first_img Categories: Wentworth News 24May Rep. Wentworth encourages businesses to honor country, community heroes State Rep. Jason Wentworth, of Clare, Wednesday introduced legislation encouraging businesses to display patriotism and honor fallen heroes.Under Wentworth’s proposal, businesses would not be prevented or prohibited by an ordinance from displaying signs or flags on or within the premises to promote patriotism and commemorate military heroes, police officers, firefighters and first responders who were killed in the line of duty.Wentworth’s measure addresses a few recent incidents where businesses have been forced to remove signage or flags due to local ordinances, or pay fines if refusing to cooperate.“No business or individual should be discouraged from displaying any sign of tribute for heroes that made the ultimate sacrifice for their communities,” Wentworth said. “Waving flags as a tribute to military members, law enforcement and first responders killed in the line of duty should be encouraged. These businesses should be lauded for the respect they show for their community’s heroes.”House Bill 6063 now moves to the House Military and Veterans Affairs Committee for consideration.last_img read more

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first_imgUK pay TV platform BSkyB and Hollywood Studio Disney are launching a pay TV channel Sky Movies Disney.The new channel will have new and classic Disney and Pixar movies and marks the first time Disney has ever been involved in a co-branded linear movie channel.Sky has a longstanding output deal with Disney and the new channel will launch as part of a wider agreement between the pay TV platform and the studio. As well as securing Disney and Pixar, the deal also covers further carriage of Disney’s channels on Sky.In the US, Disney has inked a programming deal with Netflix that gives the streaming site Disney and Pixar features in the first pay TV window. The UK deal between Sky and Disney secures first pay window rights for the pay platform. It also covers first window rights to Lucasfilm and Marvel Studios features, which Disney distribute.The content on the channel will also be available on Sky’s mobile and on-demand services.Sky Movies Disney will roll out on March 28.Jeremy Darroch, Sky’s chief executive, said:“The launch of Sky Movies Disney is great news for our customers and builds on the strong relationship that Sky and Disney have enjoyed for more than 20 years. We’re delighted that an entertainment company of Disney’s international stature has chosen to work with Sky on its first co-branded linear movie channel. This is a world-first collaboration.”Ian Lewis, director of Sky Movies, added: “Sky Movies Disney will be the home of new and classic Disney and Disney/Pixar movies and will offer all new titles at least a year before other TV channels or subscription services.”last_img read more

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first_imgRussian regional fixed operator Tvingo Telecom has reached 30,000 IPTV customers, it has announced. The firm launched its IPTV service in 2009, selecting Russian TV technology provider Netris IPSoft iVision IPTV middleware for the rollout of the service in the autonomous republic of North Ossetia-Alania in the Caucasus region.last_img

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first_imgVideo processing technology provider Envivio has appointed Stefan Niesen – who previously worked at connected TV software firm Access and TV middleware provider Espial – as its director of sales for western, central and northern Europe.Niesen will be based at Envivio’s European headquarters in Rennes and will report into Gall Le Garrec, vice-president, sales for EMEA and India. He will manage sales of Envivio’s solutions for video processing and delivery to operators in the region.At the same time, Envivio also appointed Zulfakkar Ali as director of sales, SAARC – managing business in India and its neighbouring countries. He will report to Moulay El Aatifi, who was recently promoted to managing director, MEA and India.last_img read more

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first_imgM7 Group-owned Czech and Slovak pay TV service Skylink has added the Sport 2 HD channel to its HD Plus package. The move follows the channel’s launch in HD.The channel has hitherto been available as part of Skylink’s Kombi, Multi HD, Flexi 7 and Komplet packages.last_img

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first_imgMichel de RosenEutelsat CEO Michel de Rosen has warned African states that they face serious consequences if C-band spectrum is reallocated to mobile operators.De Rosen, speaking at an African Telecommunication Union (ATU) event in Nigeria in preparation for November’s World Radiocommunication Conference in Geneva, said that the C-band is widely used to provide vital services, including air traffic control, government and enterprise communications, disaster relief, broadcasting and internet access.He said the reallocation of the C-band to mobile would mean the total loss of these critical services, with no possible alternatives.“Opening the C-band to mobile operators would not herald the expansion of its use for new services. It would mean the end of services, with no guarantee that new mobile services would actually be deployed using this band. It’s a lose-lose scenario and exactly the opposite of the intended goals,” he said.“Terrestrial operators already have access to a very broad range of spectrum and should be using this first before seeking to acquire more, particularly if this process is carried out at the expense of critical applications.”The ATU meeting in Abuja is expected to see African states set out their position on access to the C-band, currently widely used for satellite applications.Separately, Eutelsat has this week signed amulti-year agreement with RPO RMTR, the public broadcaster of the Kyrgyz Republic, that will further the country’s drive to digital switchover.RPO RMTR is using the Eutelsat 70B satellite to broadcast a free-to-air platform of national channels to digital-terrestrial transmission towers and direct to homes beyond terrestrial reception. One in five of the 1.2 million TV homes in the Kyrgyz Republic is already equipped with a dish.Comprising four TV and three radio channels, the RPO RMTR platform went live in November and was launched commercially this month. The offer is expected to ramp up rapidly in 2015 to 16 TV and eight radio channels, with further services planned for the future.last_img read more

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first_imgRoger BlakewayThe UK Society of Broadband Professionals (SCTE) has teamed up with central and eastern Europe broadband event the East and Central European Broadband Expo (ECEBE) to create a single unified broadband event in the region, to take place in Hungary from September 22-23.The SCTE’s Balkan Broadband conference and exhibition, held last year in Belgrade, Serbia, will become part of the two-day ECEBE event and take place at a new central location in Budapest. The event will be known as “ECEBE in association with SCTE, The Society for Broadband Professionals.”“Traditionally, our Balkan conferences and exhibitions have been held across the Balkan region in countries such as Kosovo, Macedonia, Croatia and Serbia,” said Roger Blakeway, president of the SCTE.“Merging with ECEBE in Hungary will both provide a neutral venue and also help to reduce the number of exhibitions and conferences during the autumn season. While we will continue to support the SCTE Balkan group with SCTE events in the Balkans region, we are delighted to be working with ECEBE to grow this combined event across eastern and central Europe.”last_img read more

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first_imgMark BurnettMark Burnett is taking control of MGM Television and Digital Group after the US studio acquired full control of United Artist Media Group.Burnett has signed a five-year contract to become president of the group, with current head of television and digital Roma Khanna stepping down.Simultaneously, MGM has bought the 45% of UAMG that it didn’t already own, from Burnett, his wife and business partner Roma Downey and Hearst Entertainment, which backed Burnett’s previous venture, One Three Media.Burnett and Downey owned a combined 23% share, which has been exchanged for 1,337,360 shares in MGM stock valued at US$90 (€82), which values their stake at around US$120.4 million.Meanwhile, MGM will pay magazine and media group Hearst US$113.5% for its 22% stake.Both agreements are expected to close in early 2016, and were based on deal parameters established when MGM first bought 55% of UAMG last year.“Combining all of our TV content efforts under the purview of this unparalleled chief is incredibly exciting,” said MGM chairman and CEO Gary Barber. “Additionally, we believe this synergistic transaction will be very accretive to MGM.”A planned OTT channel will remain under control of Burnett, Downey, Hearst and MGM, all of whom invested in the entity.Further changes triggered by the deal see Downey serving as president of LightWorkers Media, which will also serve as the faith and family division of MGM Television and Digital. She will report to Burnett, and will also serve as chief content officer for the OTT network.Chris Ottinger has been promoted to president, worldwide television distribution and acquisitions for MGM, reporting to Barber, while president of television development and production Steve Stark now reports to Burnett in an expanded role.MGM’s president of domestic television distribution, John Bryan, will continue in his post.Former NBCUniversal International channels chief Khanna leaves after four years at the helm of MGM Television, which was established soon after the wider MGM group emerged from bankruptcy last year.New chief Burnett is best known as creator of Survivor, The Apprentice and The Bible, and produces the US version of The Voice.MGM bought his companies, LightWorkers and One Three, last year and rolled them into UAMG, which was born out the classic era United Artists studio that Tom Cruise, Paula Wagner and MGM relaunched in 2006.“Joining MGM under the incredible leadership of Gary Barber is an exciting new chapter of my television career,” said Burnett. “Demand for quality content is stronger than ever and the opportunities to grow our pipeline and develop projects from the wealth of Intellectual Property in the MGM and United Artists libraries are enormous. There is no better time to be creating premium content for distribution across multiple platforms.”last_img read more

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first_imgLiberty Global-owned pay TV operator UPC Czech Republic has extended its Horizon Go mobile TV offering, adding 43 new channels to the service.The latest raft of additions – described as a mix of movie, factual, music, lifestyle and news services, and channels from neighbouring Slovakia – to the service mean that Horizon Go users can view up to 123 channels in total, including 50 HD services, depending on the package they take.Subscribers of the basic Klasik package can view 53 mobile channels, while Komfort customers get 104 and Komplet subscribers have access to 123 channels.Marketing director Jan Kohout said that the service would be further improved in coming months, with new functionality added.last_img read more

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first_imgThe three US presidential debates drive 8.5 million live watch hours and averaged 1.7 million live peak concurrent viewers, according to YouTube.The Google-owned video site said that this week’s third debate alone clocked up 2.8 million live watch hours, nearly five times higher than 2012, and1.7 million live peak concurrent viewers, over four times higher than 2012.“This year, more news organisations live streamed the U.S. presidential debates on YouTube than ever before, and we saw record-breaking interest from the YouTube community,” said YouTube’s product lead, live streaming, Kurt Wilms.“The 2016 presidential debates rank as the three most-viewed political live streams of all time.”Engaged viewers tuning in live watched an average 22 minutes across all three presidential debates, while concurrent viewership “consistently peaked towards the end of the debate”.In total, YouTube recorded 140 million views on all debate-related videos and said that elections-related YouTube searches are at “an all-time high” with searches for US election content up 547% compared to this time in the last presidential race.last_img read more

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first_imgHumax has added more than 200 games titles to its H3 Espresso Smart Media Player after striking a deal with UK-based casual games company PlayJam.PlayJam titles are optimised for TV and users can control the games using their smartphone or tablet by downloading either the iOS or Android PlayJam app.“We’re thrilled to be able to bring a host of fantastic gaming content to owners of our H3 Espresso to keep the whole family entertained throughout the Easter break, Bank Holiday weekends and beyond,” said Humax vice-president of sales, Graham North.“Whether playing together as a family in one room, or streaming to the kids’ bedrooms so they can keep themselves amused, PlayJam adds a new dimension to the H3 Espresso.”PlayJam CEO Anthony Johnson said: “PlayJam, an established distributor of digital content, is delighted to be rolling out its next generation entertainment platform with Humax, providing a comprehensive range of education and gaming content at launch, with a planned roll out of OTT video services in Q2 designed to appeal to the whole family, and bridge the gap between TV and YouTube.”Humax launched its H3 Espresso device at the end of last year. The box is designed to deliver aerial-free, multi-room TV anywhere in the home via the owner’s wireless network, without the need for extra sockets or tuners.last_img read more

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first_imgYouTube’s subscription over-the-top offering, YouTube TV, is now available nationwide in the US.The expansion sees YouTube TV roll out to 95 new markets, making the service available to roughly 98% of US households, with the remainder due to “follow shortly”.With the move, YouTube announced that it will be providing local affiliate feeds from the four largest broadcasters in more than 90% of the markets where YouTube TV is available.“Since YouTube TV’s early days, it’s been important for us to create an experience that brings you the best of your favourite TV content,” said Ben Moores, program manager, YouTube TV, in a company blog post.“As part of that effort, we’ve offered local feeds from broadcasters, allowing you to catch up with the content that matters to you.”YouTube first unveiled YouTube TV in March 2017, initially launching the service in Chicago, Philadelphia, New York City, the San Francisco Bay Area and Los Angeles.It added a further 10 metro areas in late July and another 14 in August 2017, making it available to roughly half of American homes, and has continued to expand since then.Prior to this week’s national launch, YouTube TV was available to people in the top 100 markets in the US.YouTube TV provides access to more than 60 channels including ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC and cable networks like CNN, ESPN and FX. It also offers on-demand programming and a cloud DVR with unlimited storage.Users can cancel at any time and the service is available across devices priced at US$40 per-month – substantially less than the typical cost of traditional US cable TV packages.last_img read more

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first_imgShareTweet Scorch damage to the front of Dove House resource centre in the BogsideTHE people of the Bogside are being urged to com out this afternoon and stand shoulder to shoulder with them against those targeting Dove House resource centre.The centre was targeted last night by arsonists who hurled petrol bombs at the building cause damage.Fire crews were called to put out the fire. It was the second time in 48 hours that arsonists had attacked the building with petrol bombs.In a statement on its Facebook page, Dove House Meenan say: “In light of the recent attacks on Dove House we are calling for the community to come together and stand with us today and show those responsible for the attacks that this is not wanted.“Today outside Dove House is your chance to show us that you support the hard work that we do for the betterment of the entire community.“We are calling on residents, community groups and community representatives to show their support for us today.“3 o’clock today – outside Dove House.” There has been an ongoing campaign by elements in the Bogside to attack Dove House.Recently the building was hit in a paint bomb attack.center_img PUBLIC URGED TO SHOW SUPPORT FOR DOVE HOUSE AFTER DOUBLE ARSON ATTACK was last modified: August 19th, 2016 by John2John2 Tags: bogsideDERRY SINN FEINPUBLIC URGED TO SHOW SUPPORT FOR DOVE HOUSE AFTER DOUBLE ARSON ATTACKlast_img read more

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first_imgTaking to Twitter after hearing the news, Roma wrote: “Thank you to all my friends and fans for the well wishes… excited and grateful! All Glory to God.”She is to receive her star on the famous Los Angeles boulevard alongside Bradley Cooper, Quentin Tarantino, and Michael Keaton, next year.Roma, who is based in Malibu, earned one nomination and one win at the TV Guide awards for favourite actress and also garnered two Emmy Award nominations and two Golden Globe nominations.The stars on the world-famous Hollywood Walk of Fame include Marilyn Monroe, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Errol Flynn. ShareTweet Roma Downey says she is delighted to be getting Hollywood Walk of Fame starTOUCHED By An  Angel actress Roma Downey is to get a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame next year.The 55-year-old star said she was very excited by the news.Roma – who hails from Beechwood Avenue in Derry city – Roma is to be honoured for her accomplishments in television. Roma is regarded as the North’s second richest woman.DERRY’S ROMA DOWNEY TO GET HOLLYWOOD WALK OF FAME STAR was last modified: June 29th, 2015 by John2John2 Tags: DERRY’S ROMA DOWNEY TO GET HOLLYWOOD WALK OF FAME STARlast_img read more

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first_img”For many older people, dancing regularly helps to keep a sense of youthfulness and fun. Even those with limited mobility are surprised how different they feel after these music and movement sessions.“So we would hope to see a good turnout for the Thursday Tea Dance”This finale dance is open to all and the tickets can be booked through the Alley Box office or online through the Alley website www.alley-theatre.com.DANCE, DANCE WHOEVER YOU MAYBE! was last modified: September 5th, 2016 by John2John2 Tags: danceDANCE WHOEVER YOU MAYBE!DERRY COUNCILTHE ALLEY THEATRE ShareTweetcenter_img IF you have a love of music and tea dances, then the Alley Theatre on Thursday night the 8th September 16 is the place to be. After four weeks of dance practise with dance caller Paul Cotton from the Dylan Quinn School of Dance, we will be holding our finale event on Thursday evening at 7.30pm in the auditorium, cabaret style.Playing at the final event will be local musicians we all know and love, Gordon Speer and Friends with Paul‘s dance experience to encourage everyone onto the dance floor.Over the August month, we have enjoyed a wonderful turnout of local people whose common interest is in learning various old thyme dance styles and the workshops have attached folks from the all of the district, including some of our caring facilities.We have had a great social events as everyone has joined together to enjoy the music and refreshments.Welcoming this project that actively seeks to engage our more mature citizens a spokesperson for Council said:last_img read more

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first_imgBBC Radio Foyle won Gold in the News Story category The Nolan Show – When Nolan Met Sir James Galway – won Silver in the Interactive Speech Programme category, while Talkback, presented by William Crawley was awarded Bronze in the Interactive Speech Programme category for their programme on Black Eye Friday ShareTweet The nominations spanned the full range of output, including speech, news and current affairs, specialist music, comedy and Irish Language.The BBC award winners were:BBC Radio Ulster was named Full Service Station Of The Year Across The Line, which this year celebrates 30 years on the air, won Gold in the New Irish Music category BBC Radio Foyle was awarded a Bronze in the Local Station Of The Year category BBC Radio Foyle Breakfast won Silver in the News Programme category BBC reporter Enda McClafferty wins Silver Award in Presenter of the Year categoryBBC Radio Foyle and BBC Radio Ulster received 12 awards at the Phonographic Performance Ireland (PPI) Radio Awards 2016 on Friday night.Among the winners was Derry’s very own Enda McClafferty who recently joined the BBC NI’s political desk.He was won a silver award in the Presenter of the Year category. John Toal was awarded Gold in the Specialist Music Broadcaster category Enda cut his teeth in the now defunct Sunday News before moving into broadcasting.The gongs included gold in the Full Service Station of the Year category.The station won six Gold, three Silver and three Bronze awards at the prestigious event, which took place on Friday night in Kilkenny.BBC Radio Ulster and BBC Radio Foyle secured 20 nominations. Live at the Sunflower won Bronze in the Comedy programme category Sound supervisor John Benson received a Gold in the Best Live Sound category for his work on the BBC’s coverage of the City of Derry Jazz Festival BBC Radio Ulster’s Seamus McKee was named as News Broadcaster of the Year, while BBC Radio Foyle’s Enda McClafferty picked up the Silver award Fergus Keeling, Head of Radio for BBC Northern Ireland said “We are passionate about providing our audiences with programmes that reflect their lives and their interests and we work hard daily to deliver fresh, engaging and informative content.”He added “This has been an incredible year for BBC Radio Ulster/Foyle as we remain the most listened to station in Northern Ireland, but it is also a measure of our success that our efforts have been recognised by our peers in this way, at the PPI Awards.“I’m enormously proud of the presenters and teams for their success.”The PPI Awards ceremony was presented by Dermot Whelan to a packed room with many of Ireland’s well known radio presenters, producers, programme staff and radio station heads.Image captionAcross the Line celebrates 30 years on air this yearA total of 90 judges this year took part, more than ever before and all of them drawn from the radio industry, north, south and across the water. They are required to shortlist from 700 entries across 37 categories.BBC presenters the late Sir Terry Wogan and Paddy O’Flaherty were remembered for their work in the ‘Lest We Forget’ section of the awards.GONGS FOR RADIO FOYLE AND PRESENTER ENDA MCCLAFFERTY AT PPI AWARDS was last modified: October 8th, 2016 by John2John2 Tags: BBC RADIO FOYLEDerryGONGS FOR RADIO FOYLE AND PRESENTER ENDA MCCLAFFERTY AT PPI AWARDSSEAMUS MCKEElast_img read more