It’s been interesting to follow the excitement of the SEC Network. This morning Broadcasting and Cable reported on the deals. Just about every major carrier has signed the deal, however two big names are still in negotations. Charter and Verizon are still at the table.
Charter and Verizon are the last remaining holdouts among major providers. Charter said last week it was in the final stages of negotiations while Verizon is in talks with ESPN currently. (Source: B&C)
I guess we’ll see what happens in the day before the August 14th launch!
In news from The Walking Dead today, The Walking Dead trailer at Comic-Con got fans buzzing – but that’s just the start, said Denise Huth. The co-exec producer of the AMC zombie drama told EW, “Every single thing in the first episode is a spoiler.” Season four delivered a monster average 13.4 million P2+, 8.6 million P18-49 and 7.6 million P24-54 in Live + Same Day. Season five launches Sunday, October 12 at 9p. (Source: Cynopsis Media)
The Auburn/Opelika Parkinson’s Disease Support Group has an upcoming meeting scheduled for Sunday July 13th from 2 to 4 p.m. The meeting will be held in the Eagle’s Nest Meeting Room in the back left side of Monarch Estates located at 1550 East University Drive in Auburn. Jessica Hutzul, the Executive Director of the Carlisle Enrichment Foundation, will be our speaker. Jessica is a graduate of Auburn University and holds a Master’s degree from the department of Kinesiology. She is an athletic trainer and is working with individuals with a variety of conditions (including Parkinson’s disease) to improve functional abilities in activities of daily life. She will talk about exercise in general and specific exercise to improve strength, balance, flexibility and movement. She will also discuss the Carlisle Enrichment Foundation which provides personal training and exercise at no cost to those in the community. Come join and learn how you may benefit from the program and the Foundation. She is also planning a community exercise program which could be a help to us all. Those with Parkinson’s, their caregivers, family members and/or friends are invited and urged to attend. For more information please contact Linda Drummond at 334.444.2836.