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ViacomCBS' Super Bowl broadcast was the lowest-watched NFL championship game in 14 years. But the game, the most livestreamed NFL game to date, bolstered sign-ups to the company's new streaming service, Paramount+ (formerly known as CBS All Access). That helped grow the company's overall total streaming subscribers to 36 million by the end of the...
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Which Are The Most Popular Sporting Events That Make People Travel To Various Countries? Even people who actually do not play a sport enjoy travelling to the ends of the world just to view the sports being played in person, rather than watching it on the television. The entire atmosphere and nostalgia of Sporting events near me is enough to draw enormous crowds. Most Popular Sporting Events That Make People Travel To Various Countries: Soccer World Cup: The Soccer world cup is widely watched and is one of the most popular sporting tournaments in the world. Not only millions, but trillions of people follow this sport on a regular basis and this event is the mother of all soccer tournaments. Soccer due to the rapid pace at which the game is played is openly a breathtaking game to be watched in a large stadium with the deafening roars of several thousand people.
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Government data shows the first three months of 2021 were the best for wage growth in 20 years, but at the same time, the racial wage gap widened.
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Approximately 100 years ago (or, in reality, 14 and a half months ago, on February 9, 2020), Parasite won Best Picture at last year’s Oscars. It was one of the last major cultural events of what we would soon call the Before Times. Director Bong Joon Ho joyfully declared he would “drink until next morning.” At least for a moment, all felt right in the world.But Covid-19 was already spreading across Asia and Europe, and anti-Asian racism was on the rise. A month later, the pandemic had upended life as we knew it. With so much loss of life and livelihoods, thinking about the pandemic’s effects on pop culture initially felt somewhat shallow and frivolous. Yet, as weeks of lockdown turned into months, our screens became one of our few sources of intellectual and emotional stimulation. Hollywood soon responded, trying to release any movie or show that had already been produced and was close to completion, and moving would-be theatrical releases to streaming and on-demand platforms.The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, which awards the Oscars, amended its rules so that movies that couldn’t premiere in cinemas would still qualify to compete in the Oscar race. It also postponed the 2021 ceremony until late April, shifting the schedule for Hollywood’s annual marathon of awards ceremonies by two months. And now, we’ve finally reached the end of the longest, strangest awards season in recent history, which will have its curtain call on Sunday at the first, and hopefully last, pandemic Oscars.The pandemic seems to have accelerated the perennial hand-wringing over the ratings for the Oscars broadcast and whether award shows are irrelevant and dying relics. The lead-up to Sunday’s ceremony brought the usual series of headlines about the enormous pressure on the academy and ABC to get audiences to tune in. (“The Oscars Are A Week Away, But How Many Will Watch?” “Oscars May Have Trouble Overcoming TV’s Awards Show Ratings Problems.” “Awards shows are struggling to draw TV audiences. Should the Oscars be worried?”). Sure, this year has been particularly precarious. Audiences are understandably fatigued from watching Zoom acceptance speeches beset by technical snafus (poor Daniel Kaluuya). And it may still feel superficial to care about a glitzy, gossipy gathering of Hollywood elites, against the backdrop of the trauma and grief of this horrific year. The 2021 Oscars will almost certainly be the lowest-viewed ever, following the similarly low viewership numbers for this year’s Super Bowl and Grammys. But the cratering TV ratings have been a source of concern every year. We don’t watch as much live TV anymore, and every time we turn on our screens, an endless menu of viewing options vies for our attention. There are fewer truly collective sources of entertainment, pop culture events that seemingly everyone watched and are talking about the next day. These aren’t new problems, making the perennial warnings that award shows are in a state of crisis overly alarmist. When we look back on the strange circumstances of this year’s awards season, I hope they don’t overshadow or put an asterisk on what has been unequivocally great about the year in movies. While the numbers have indeed declined precipitously each year, the Oscars remain one of the most-watched TV events of the year. And for better or for worse, they’re still relevant. Even as the show’s producers constantly try to reinvent the awards show format, like this year’s “the Oscars are a movie!” approach, or if fewer people watch them on live TV and just scroll through tweets about them, they’re still influential. If the Oscars didn’t matter, why would we invest time and energy in demanding that they better reflect the country’s diversity? Why would we, even in these strange times, still have an awards season? The Oscars are both a source of escapism and a reflection of the culture at large, a time capsule of a particular moment in history.In the future, when we look back on the strange circumstances of this year’s awards season, I hope they don’t overshadow or put an asterisk on what has been unequivocally great about the year in movies. This year’s Oscar nominees were by far the most diverse in recent history, with nearly half of the 20 acting nominees consisting of actors of colour. It’s a seismic shift from 2015 and 2016, when zero actors of colour were nominated, and even from last year, when all but one of the acting nominees were white.It may be tempting to say that the pandemic caused this shift. With cinemas closed, major studios postponed nearly all of their big releases, and the few movies that did attempt large-scale theatrical releases (ahem, Tenet) failed to gain much awards traction. It’s possible this made way for a wider range of movies from a more diverse range of filmmakers and filmmaking styles to break through.However, it’s more likely that the pandemic accelerated what was already happening. It has been six years since activist April Reign’s Oscars So White hashtag catalysed a very public reckoning over diversity and representation in Hollywood, forcing the academy to finally take steps to make its membership more inclusive. Each year, the academy has invited more and more filmmakers of colour, younger filmmakers and international filmmakers, all bringing to the table a much more diverse range of styles and tastes. This year’s slate of nominees is likely the result of having those new voices, some proof that finally, an “Oscar bait” movie doesn’t have to be told from an old(er) white male gaze. As a result, it has become harder to define or predict what movies are “typical” awards contenders — and that is undeniably a good and exciting development. A decade or two ago, it would have been hard to imagine a Best Picture lineup where more “traditional” and “conventional” fare like Mank and The Trial of the Chicago 7 were the underdogs to movies as varied as Nomadland, Minari, Promising Young Woman and Sound of Metal.But before the academy pats itself on the back, it’s worth remembering that the Oscars have a history of backsliding. In the early and mid-2000s, there were multiple years where as many as five or six actors of colour were nominated in a single year. But then, we got several years of all white or nearly all white nominees. And that’s just for roles in front of the camera, the tip of the iceberg in terms of the many areas of representation that need to improve.Yet, this time does feel different. The public pressure has never been more urgent, making it harder and harder for the academy to get away with a lack of diversity in its nominees. There’s reason to be cautiously optimistic that this year’s progress wasn’t just a flash in the pan, though it’s still too soon to tell. I suspect next year will give us a better answer on whether this is truly the beginning of some long overdue, permanent progress, the culmination of many years of activism and momentum from both within the industry and beyond.Like so many aspects of the pandemic, there’s a lot about this strange awards season that will be a relief to leave behind. But some parts can and should outlast the pandemic. I love a messy, drama-filled awards show as much as anyone. But I also liked the short and sweet Screen Actors Guild Awards: a one-hour, tightly produced package of pre-taped acceptance speeches and, for once, some endearing presenter bits, like Dame Helen Mirren informing us that she loved PEN15.Throughout the pandemic, the industry has taken steps toward accessibility that should remain top of mind. Film festivals went virtual, which made their slate of films available to a wider range of moviegoers. Distributors partnered with independent cinemas to launch virtual cinemas, which allowed moviegoers to support both small films and small cinemas. While the Covid vaccines will allow these events and venues to resume in-person operations in the coming weeks and months, there’s no reason that at least some portion of these virtual offerings can’t continue.Of course, nothing beats sitting in front of a giant, bright screen in a room full of fellow movie fans. More than anything else about moviegoing, I so deeply miss the collective effervescence, that feeling of having experienced something truly extraordinary together with a bunch of strangers. Even the best virtual screenings or award shows can’t fully replicate that magic.Oscars 2021Here's How You Can Watch This Year's Oscars Live In The UK27 Surprising Stars Who've Still Never Won An Oscar23 Oscars Highs And Lows From Years Gone By That Defined The Academy AwardsHere's Where You Can Stream This Year's Oscar-Nominated FilmsHere's A Reminder Of All The Stars In The Running At This Year's Oscars
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Photo by Cliff Welch/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images NFL fans will have another place they can watch NFL RedZone and the NFL Network next season, as both channels are coming to the Hulu with Live TV plan by August 1st. NFL Network will be included in the base package, while NFL RedZone will be offered at an additional cost, Hulu tells The Verge. Hulu isn’t the only streaming service where you can get the NFL channels, as they are also available on YouTube TV, Sling, and fuboTV. And similarly, only NFL Network is part of the base subscriptions for these services — you’ll have to pay for sports-focused add-ons to get access to NFL RedZone. But if Hulu with Live TV is your preferred live TV streaming service, now you don’t have to go somewhere else to get your NFL channel fix. The NFL’s deal... Continue reading…
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Class, an edtech startup that integrates exclusively with Zoom to make remote teaching more elegant, has raised $12.25 million in new financing. The round brings Salesforce Ventures, Sound Ventures and Super Bowl champion Tom Brady onto its capital table. CEO and founder Michael Chasen said that Marc Benioff, the CEO of Salesforce, approached the company […]
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While most consumers are familiar with brands like Bud Light and Budweiser whether they drink beer or not, its likely far fewer are aware of or have a relationship with the parent company of those brands, Anheuser-Busch. But the world's largest brewer wants to change that. This year, it pulled Budweiser from the Super Bowl...
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There are Super Bowl Promotion chances, But there is the specific single best team of the era. Here we have to talk more about College Football Playoffs. The Crimson Tide wound up beating six bowl groups, including LSU (17) and Mississippi State (23). Smashing Fresno State 41-10 ended up being better than it took a gander at that point. Toss in the twofold digit misfortune to Auburn – the one great group on the record – and there's not all that much. School Football Playoff Results: (4) Alabama 24, (1) Clemson 6 (elimination round); (4) Alabama 26, (3) Georgia 23 (OT) (National Championship).
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Consequently, before betting on the super bowl, it is wise that one should go through point spread and other types of prop bets as this will make things easier for them.On the other hand, if you are looking for some other way round for having fun and earning money simultaneously, then super bowl squares are the one for you.There are two options for this: you can either draw the grid manually on the large poster board with the help of a permanent marker or get it printed online.Make use of the table tool to create a grid and get it printed on paper.Label rows and columns- After having done with the grids, the second step is to label the rows and columns with numbers ranging from 0-9.Commence with the topmost row and write 0 on the square.
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James Bareham / The Verge Logitech said Friday it is discontinuing its line of Harmony universal remotes, ending years of speculation that the devices were on their way out. Models that are currently in stock at retailers will be available while supplies last, and the company says it will continue to provide support and service for the Harmony remote “as long as customers are using it.” “While Harmony remotes are and continue to be available through various retailers, moving forward Logitech will no longer manufacture Harmony remotes,” according to a blog post on Logitech’s support page. “We expect no impact to our customers by this announcement. We plan to support our Harmony community and new Harmony customers, which includes access to our software and apps to... Continue reading…
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This is an accurate picture of how people love this game.Yes, fans are getting to enjoy this game much.Most people are thinking about how to use the restaurant to expose the guest to the run.The super bowl promotion helps you to get more folk during the weekends.Most of the campaign is designed for marketing and boosts the leads.Treat a Super Bowl Party At Your BarDo you know if you try to host a big super bowl promotion at your bar, you can win a lot of money?Buyers frequently think facilitating a massive gathering at home is their most ideal alternative.Genius Tip: advance a VIP segment that huge gatherings can save early for the best perspective on the game.
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