bTV (Bulgaria)

bTV is the first private national-wide broadcasting television channel in Bulgaria. It is operated by bTV Media Group, part of Central European Media Enterprises, and is reportedly the Bulgarian television channel with the largest viewing audience. It was previously owned by Balkan News Corporation, part of News Corporation. On February 18, 2010, News Corp announced that it had agreed to sell 100% of bTV (along with bTV Comedy and bTV Cinema) to Central European Media Enterprises, after many months of negotiations. The US$400M deal was completed in the second quarter of 2010. bTV has a 37% market share in Bulgaria.

bTV is broadcast terrestrially in Bulgaria and by satellite in other parts of Europe. Most of the channel’s original content is available on its Internet site. bTV’s first broadcast was on 1 June 2000 using BNT transmitters for Efir 2. The channel began broadcasting 24 hours a day in 2001 after having gradually extended its programme. From September 2012 the channel began broadcasting an HD version, and the old SD channel converted to 16:9 for most newer programs.

bTV is the leading channel in bTV Media Group along with – bTV Comedy, bTV Cinema, bTV Action, bTV Lady and RING. bTV also owns six radio stations – bTV Radio, N-JOY, Z-Rock, Classic FM,and Jazz FM.

bTV airs reality shows like Idol (under the name Music Idol, 2007-2009), five seasons of Survivor (see Survivor BG, 2006-2009, 2014), five seasons of Got Talent (see Balgariya tarsi talant, 2010, 2012, 2014-2016), the first two Bulgarian seasons of Dancing with the Stars (under the name Dancing Stars, 2008-2009) all metal water bottle, one season of Beauty and the Geek(2005), three seasons of Fort Boyard(2008-2010), two seasons of Psychic Challenge (under the name Yasnovidci, 2008-2009), one season of Lord of the Chefs, four seasons of The Voice of… (under the name The Voice of Bulgaria, 2011, 2013-2014, 2017), three seasons of MasterChef (2015-2017), two seasons of The Farm (under the name Fermata, `15-`16) and TV games like Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader? (under the name Tova go znae vsjako hlape” “Every kid knows that“, 2007-2009). bTV also broadcast the Bulgarian version of ABC`s show The Dating Game under the name Love games (2009). The first season of the Bulgarian version of the slovak TV show Modre Z Neba (Best wishes) was aired in the fall of 2012 under the name Predaj natatak i

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.e. Pass it on. The first season of the Bulgarian version of the German comedy show Schillerstraße was aired in 2013, under the name Mladost 5, that is the name of a quarter in Sofia. In the fall of 2013 bTV offered the viewers 4 brand new TV shows in primetime – the first season of the Bulgarian version of Star Safari under the name Afrika: zvezdite sigurno sa poludeli (i.e. Africa: the stars must’ve gone mad) insulated water bottle, the Bulgarian version of The Price Is RightThat’s the price, a new culinary show – A Pinch of Salt (local version of Gordon Ramsay: Cookalong Live) and the Bulgarian version of the Italian comedy show Striscia la notizia under the name The Naked Truth. bTV also produces the Bulgarian versions of My mom coocks better than yours, Extreme Makeover: Home Edition (under the name Brigada: Nov dom), Hollywood Game Night (under the name V petuk vecher i zvezdite pomagat), The Story of my life. In 2017 the first season of the Bulgarian version of Wife swap will be aired – Смени Жената.

Popular American TV series such as Monk (all of the seasons), The O.C. (all seasons), Desperate Housewives (seasons 1-6), Ghost Whisperer (seasons 1-3), Grey’s Anatomy (seasons 1-6), Battlestar Galactica (all the seasons), Alf (all the seasons), Friends (all seasons), The Unit (season 1), The 4400 (season 1), American Heiress (all the episodes), The Middle (seasons 1-3), Nikita (seasons 1-2), Pretty Little Liars (seasons 1-2), The Vampire Diaries (seasons 1-3), The Lying Game (all the seasons), Two and a half men (seasons 1-9), Dallas (all seasons), Desire (all the episodes) and many others were or are also part of bTV’s programme. A lot of Turkish series are still part of the schedule of the television. In the Summer of 2011 bTV first aired a Korean series – Iris and in the Summer of 2013 again first aired an Indian soap opera – Sapna Babul Ka…Bidaai and Diya Aur Baati Hum.

One of the most popular bTV show is Slavi’s Show. It has been airing ever since November 27, 2000, every workday from 22:30 to 23:30 EET with host and producer Slavi Trifonov. The show has more than 2 700 episodes. Other popular bTV shows are Before Lunch (an everyday talk-show), The Comedians and friends (a comedy show), Paparazzi, Marmalad (a weekend game show) glass bottle drinking water, COOL…T (a lifestyle show) and others. One of the most successful bTV show is the documentary reality – That’s life – it has 12 seasons and is broadcast every Saturday or Sunday afternoon.

bTV News is the most watched newscast in Bulgaria. The first news emission was on the 18th of November 2000. The bTV News is broadcast workdays at 7:00, 8:00, 9:00, 12:00, 17:00, 19:00 and 23:30 EET and at 12:00, 19:00 and 22:00 EET during the weekends. The morning information blocs are This Morning (Monday-Friday), This Saturday (every Saturday) and This Sunday (every Sunday). bTV The Reporters and bTV The Documents are special shows for in-depth investigation and documentary series. bTV The Reporters is broadcast every weekend after of bTV The News airs – around 19:30 EET Other information shows are Face to Face (workdays, 17:30–18:00 EET) and Karbovski: Vtori plan.

The first Bulgarian TV series, produced by bTV was the Bulgarian remake of Un garson, une fille with its local title Her and Him. It has 3 seasons aired on bTV and its last, fourth season, was produced and aired on Fox Life. bTV also airs other home-made Bulgarian series like Glass Home with its 5 seasons. Its producer was SIA and Dimitar Mitovski. Other Bulgarian TV series, produced by bTV are Citizens in more, Seven Hours Difference, House Arrest, Where is Magi? (a remake of ¿Dónde Está Elisa?), Revolution Z, The Family, Relations and Where is My Elder Brother? and Rakia Sunrise (as part of The Slavi Show).

On 1 June 2016 bTV launched an international version of the channel, aimed at the Bulgarian residence living outside the country. The channel airs the publicistic programming of bTV like “This Morning”, “This Sunday/Saturday”, “120 Minutes”, “Face to face” and others, the news bulletins of the network, other lifestyle shows like “Before Lunch”, “Marmalade”, “Paparazzi” and “The Comedians”, as well as reruns of bTV’ Media Group’s original series. On 13 December 2016 the channel was registered for cable broadcasting in Bulgaria.

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Песне удалось войти в чарты Италии, Голландии, Бельгии, Германии, Индонезии, Дании, Нидерландов, Украины, Люксембурга, Мексики, Японии, Польши, Швейцарии, Кореи, Испании, Австрии, Португалии, Швеции boys football shirts, Норвегии, Ирландии и США. Сингл стал «платиновым» в Италии.В декабре 2013 года стало известно, что MI MI MI получил “золотой” статус в Голландии.

Fuente de Cibeles (Mexico City)

The fountain of Cibeles in Mexico City is a bronze replica of the fountain located in the Plaza de Cibeles in Madrid that was built during the reign of Charles III by architect Ventura Rodríguez between 1777 and 1792. The Mexican version is located at a traffic circle where Oaxaca, Durango, Medellín and El Oro streets converge in Colonia Roma.

It was installed in Mexico as a symbol of brotherhood between the Spanish and Mexican communities in 1980 and remodeled in 2011 as part of a remodeling and maintenance program by the government of Mexico City. It is considered to be one of the most emblematic sites in the city, along with the plaza where it is located

The Fountain was inaugurated on September 5, 1980, by Mexican President José López Portillo, Madrid mayor insulated water bottle, Enrique Tierno Galván and Mexico City mayor Carlos Hank González. Féretro

The fountain is located in a plaza which used to be the Plaza of Miraville “created in the 19th Century at the intersection of the antique carriageway of access to the lands that belonged to the family of the Third Countess of Miravalle” Today they are Durango and Oaxaca streets. Underneath this plaza there was a well that served as the main source of drinking water for the Roma Burough This copy of the Spanish fountain was donated by Spanish immigrants to Mexico.

In 2011, then-Mexico City mayor Marcelo Ebrard announced that the fountain was one of the 67 monuments to receive maintenance and remodelation. The renovation included the “reintegration of missing pieces, restoration of bronze sculptures, rehabilitation of the water system, improvement of green areas and illumination with the objective of reducing electring energy spending 30%”. The re-inauguration of the fountain was on January 21, 2011, by the same mayor, the Spanish ambassador to Mexico Manuel Alabart, and Secretary of Works and Services of the Government of the Federal District, Fernando Aboitiz.

The group of sculptures measures approximately 12.5 meters long, 4.7 meters in width and 5 clear thermos.5 meters tall with a weight of 12 tons. It is located two blocks away from Metro Insurgentes and two blocks away of the Durango Metrobus station in the crossing of four streets: Oaxaca, Durango

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, Medellin and el Oro.

The fountain is located in the middle of a traffic circle surrounded by stores and restaurants that make up the Plaza Cibeles. Once a week, a flea market is installed and is commonly known as “el tianguis de la Cibeles” or “el bazar de Oro”

The fountain was donated by the community of Spanish residents in Mexico and was “erected as a symbol of brotherhood between both metropolis”, Mexico City and Madrid.

The ambassador of Spain in Mexico, Manuel Alabart, thanked the head of government of the Federal District Marcelo Ebrard for the renovations made in 2011 of what he called an “emblematic space” that makes Madrid and Mexico City closer, as well as for the “warmth and hospitality the city gives to almost 40 thousand spanish that live in the Federal District”. Ebrard also mentioned the importante of the emblematic work of the remodelation that “strengthens the ties of friendship between Spain and Mexico.

Even the trade surrounding the Plaza Cibeles is known for its Madrilenian style and influence. It has also become a tradition for the fountain to be invaded by fanatics of the Spanish soccer team in celebration of its victories.

The fountain consists of the statue of the goddess Cybele, Roman goddess of fertility, who wears a crown and carries a scepter and key, symbols of her power of Earth and the stations and goes in a carriage pulled by lions. The lions represent Hippomenes and Atalanta, one of the huntresses of the goddess Diana.


Walter Drowley Filmer

Walter Drowley Filmer (1 September 1865 – 24 August 1944) was an early pioneer of X-rays in Australia, a wireless engineer, for a time ran the Royal Train in Great Britain, and a world class entomologist that discovered several new species in his homeland. Filmer was a naturalist and established a private collection at his residence that thousands of people visited.

In 1865, Filmer was born in Maitland, New South Wales, Australia. He was the son of William Filmer (1828-1902) and Amy Filmer née Hatton (1831-1901). He married Mary Anne E. née Chessell (1868-1951) in 1890 at Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. The couple had 4 children: son, Walter Harold Alexandra Filmer (1892-1964), born on 10 February 1892, at Sydney, New South Wales; daughter, Mary Filmer (1895-1895), born in 1895 at Petersham, New South Wales; son, Leroy Drowley Filmer (1902-1976), born on 5 April 1902 at Newcastle, New South Wales; and son, Eric Filmer (1903-1986), born 10 December 1903 at Toronto, New South Wales. In 1944, he died at home at Lake Macquarie, New South Wales, Australia.

In 1876, at the age of 11, he was apprenticed to a boot maker. In 1884, by the age of 19, Filmer became an assistant telegraph line repairer and operator with the New South Wales Post Office. From 1885 to 1912, he was appointed to the New South Wales Railways as telegraph officer. In 1890 insulated water bottle, Filmer was selected to go to England as a cadet to study railway electrical science and safety. In England he lived with an uncle at the Tower of London. At one point he found himself in charge of the British Royal Train that ran from London to Edinburgh. After completion of railway studies in England in 1891, Filmer returned to New South Wales. With newly acquired knowledge and skills, he received appointment as Electrical Inspector for Railways and remained in that capacity until retirement in 1908 walking belt with water bottle holder.

In 1909, Filmer was appointed head instructor of electricity for mines at Newcastle Technical College, Maitland Technical College and Cessnock Technical College and taught Applied Electricity. These schools were all mining technical colleges. From 1909 to 1931, he was physics master at Newcastle Technical College, and retired in 1931.

Filmer received an appointment as wireless engineer to the Douglas Mawson Expedition to the South Pole, but was unable to accept since the Railway Department would not grant him a release to participate. Filmer and his brother Bert Filmer operated one of the first X-ray installation in Australia, three days after cables were received in Australia that announced the discovery of X-rays. From 1896 to 1910, the Filmer brothers were appointed Honorary Electricians at Newcastle Hospital in New South Wales and were X-rays operators at Newcastle Hospital.

Filmer was interested in studies that involved entomology and marine life. He researched parasites, a noteworthy achievement was the discovery of a new family: ‘’Cestoda genera’’, that became known as Filmeric. He had an extensive collection of insects thermos water bottle, comprising several thousand samples, and perhaps one of the leading private collections at the time. Filmer developed a keen interest in field work that involved spiders and teamed with Dr. Jiří Baum of the Prague Museum, the Czech zoologist and a leading world authority on spiders. Filmer performed research with Dr. Robin Tillyard on fossil insects. He also teamed with John Mitchell, of Newcastle, on fossil trilobites, and was honored with a species being named after him.

In 1930, Filmer collected 3 cestodes at Tuggerah, New South Wales from a fresh water tortoise, Chelodina longicollis, and submitted these to the South Australian Museum for identification. Thomas Harvey Johnston reported that this was the first known occurrence for an Amphilinid to be collected in the Southern Hemisphere, and the only known instance of a member of the order in a reptile, the other known species described, one example from sturgeons in the Northern Hemisphere, two from a primitive fresh-water fish from northern South America, and one from a marine fish off the coast of Ceylon.

As previously mentioned, Filmer is credited in the animalia and insecta world with species named in his honor for significant contributions.

Australia is one of the few countries to recognize a group of people for a major achievement where the group happened to work independently in different locations in Australia. These significant achievements by 3 individuals are disputed even to this day. Not the historical fact that the events occurred, but the claim of who accomplished what first, and who should receive credit for being the first in Australia to perform medical radiography. Australia Post decided a fair way was to depict all three individuals on a postage stamp, issued to coincided and commemorate the 100th anniversary of Wilhelm Röntgen’s discovery of X-rays. On 7 September 1995, Father Joseph Patrick Slattery, Thomas Lyle, and Walter Drowley Filmer were recognized as the pioneers of X-ray technology in Australia.

Peregrinación en bicicleta a Itatí

La peregrinación en bicicleta a Itatí (llamada popularmente peregrinación a Itatí y ahora también conocida como peregrinación de ciclistas del Mercosur) es una marcha de carácter religioso que se realiza cada año a principios del mes de diciembre desde la ciudad de Posadas (provincia de Misiones) hasta el municipio de Itatí (provincia de Corrientes), lugar donde se encuentra la imagen de la Virgen de Itatí insulated water bottle.

Se realiza desde 1981 y es uno de los acontecimientos deportivos y religiosos que goza de mayor popularidad en Misiones.

En 2015, la peregrinación de ciclistas del Mercosur va por su 35.ª edición.

Hay varias rutas para llegar a Itatí, según el lugar de donde provienen los peregrinos

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. La más importante es:

En total estiman que habrá cerca de 30 000 peregrinos que llegarán en sus bicicletas desde distintos puntos, entre ellos Formosa, Paraguay y Misiones.

Los devotos, que llegaron desde distintos puntos de Misiones, partieron rumbo a la Basílica de la Virgen de Itatí (Corrientes), en la 35.º peregrinación de ciclistas del Mercosur.

Los ciclistas misioneros muestran su devoción desde el año 1981. Son peregrinos que anualmente realizan la tradicional bicicletada para demostrar su fe a la Virgen de Itatí, cumplir promesas o agradecer lo recibido durante el año. Tras pedalear unos 260 kilómetros piensan arribar a la localidad correntina el lunes después mediodía, después de pernoctar en Itá Ibaté.

Mortal Online

Mortal Online is a First Person, Open World, PvP/PvE Sandbox MMORPG developed and published by the Swedish independent video game company Star Vault. Mortal Online was released on June 9, 2010. The game is inspired by the desire to return to Ultima Online’s player-controlled, sandbox-style game design; it uses Epic Games’ Unreal Engine 3 and features a skill-based, real-time combat system.

Mortal Online does not have a traditional level/class system, but rather a skill and attribute system similar to the Elder Scrolls series.[dead link]

The deployment of Dawn suffered many technical issues, leading to extended server downtime and certain game features being disabled directly after the release.[dead link] Additions such as the gene system and cooking were initially poorly received by some players, especially that raw food was better than cooked food for in-game purposes. This, combined with early balancing issues, lead to extensive weight loss amongst player avatars which in turn cause attribute penalties.[dead link]

In September 2011, Star Vault formed a “Focus Group” – essentially a test and early feedback group for upcoming releases and patches.[dead link] Members of the group are active players that have signed a non-disclosure agreement with Star Vault. The purpose of the Focus Group is to augment Star Vault’s limited internal resource and act as an additional quality assurance level before new releases and patches reach the general playing audience.[dead link]

In late August 2012, the game’s second expansion titled “The Awakening” was released which promised notable new features like trade brokers, player-written books, revamped GUI, the unveiling of Tindrem, roaming guards of varying ranks, advanced AI for NPCs, illegal items, additional skills and a host of other improvements and fixes. Star Vault advised the community ahead of time that the expansion deployment would suffer from problems, and have released a number of patches post-launch. The expansion introduced a multitude of bugs that affect the game’s mechanics, performance and stability.

In late November 2012, Star Vault began to offer a “Free to Play” option. Restrictions to free-account players include a limitation of 60 (of 100) in all skills, restricted looting and trading of rare objects, and the inability to make use of thieving skills. In addition, new accounts must pay to unlock additional characters slots while legacy accounts retain all characters and character slots they made use of prior to the Free-to-Play change.[dead link]

In Mid May 2015 the game’s third expansion titled “Sarducaa” was released and introduced the new continent of Sarducca which more than doubled the land mass, added a variety of new items and armors as well introducing a new “heat system” that causes players stamina and health to be effected by the temperature on the new continent. Up to this point there had been no transitional loading screens between areas within the Myrland continent however, with the introduction of Sarducca, players will now encounter a bridge ‘connecting’ the two continents together.

Mortal Online has both PvP and PvE content, with the design focus on PvP.

Other than robbing, dueling, and killing other players, players can craft weapons, shields, armor; build houses, keeps, and palisades; hunt and butcher animals for use in crafting and cooking; tame animals; mine and ultimately refine rocks into precious metals; train their skills; or explore. Player-built structures can be attacked and destroyed by players, and certain wild animals that have been tamed can also be mounted, including horses and rhino-like creatures called Molva Beast.

Concerning the PvP content, Mortal Online has an FFA (Free-For-All) PvP system, with consequences for killing other players in the form of “flags” which range from insulated water bottle, among others, blue (innocent) to grey (criminal) to red (murderer). Being a criminal in Mortal Online (also known as being locally or globally “allowed”) means that other players can either attack you without being flagged themselves, or can call the NPC guards on you in certain towns. Doing certain offensive or aggressive actions in the game will also flag the offending player “allowed”, for example getting caught pick pocketing or simply pushing another player too many times within a short period of time. When a player dies, all of the items in their inventory drop to the floor in a loot bag, which is loot-able by all other players and disappears over a long period of time. Starting with the Dawn expansion, the loot bag also includes the corpse and the head of the player.

Players that do not wear armor or clothes are completely naked. Naked players are a relatively common sight, either because they choose so or because they were killed and have not had a chance to restock. When killed, the player loot bag includes a corpse and a named head. Corpses can be consumed, butchered or cooked. The heads can be collected as trophies or eaten. Occasionally, heads of well-known players are offered for sale on the game’s official forums. Butchering a corpse yields materials including skin which can be used to craft clothes.

Guilds can maintain their own keeps and palisades, and can contest control of certain cities. In addition to activity caused by player interaction, in-game events are triggered by developers and gamemasters, with examples such as a sudden, unexpected infestation of a town or area by giant spiders, zombies and undead creatures or wildlife such as springboks.