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Advertisements Story HighlightsThe National Finals of the Jamaica Gospel Song Competition will be held on Sunday, July 27 at 7:00 p.m., at the Ranny Williams Entertainment Centre, under the theme: ‘Moving Forward’.Subject Specialist for Gospel and Church Services at the Jamaica Cultural Development Commission (JCDC), Leighton Jones, said final preparations for the show are in high gear.He pointed out that the Commission has added another element to the competition called the ‘People’s Choice Award’. RelatedNational Gallery to be Developed into State-Of-The-Art Facility The National Finals of the Jamaica Gospel Song Competition will be held on Sunday, July 27 at 7:00 p.m., at the Ranny Williams Entertainment Centre, under the theme: ‘Moving Forward’.Subject Specialist for Gospel and Church Services at the Jamaica Cultural Development Commission (JCDC), Leighton Jones, said final preparations for the show are in high gear.“We’re doing well, the finalists had their last rehearsal last week Friday and we are really raring and ready to go,” Mr. Jones said.He pointed out that the Commission has added another element to the competition called the ‘People’s Choice Award’, which allows the public to visit the JCDC Facebook page and vote once every three hours for their favourite song.“This voting will be closed at the intermission of the show and the winner of this award will receive a recording of a single, courtesy of Don McDowell, with the intent of getting that song on a compilation album,” he said.Gospel Singer, Joan Flemming and the JCDC Jamaica Gospel Song Finalist in 2013, Howard Brown, will be the guest performers for the show.The Subject Specialist is encouraging the public to come out and support the 10 finalists. He pointed out that the Gospel Song Competition has been contributing to Jamaica’s moral fabric, which is essential to growth and development.“The show really promises to be a wonderful two and a half hours. You may not need the chairs, you may just need to stand and just wave your hands and worship and enjoy yourself,” said Mr. Jones.Tickets for the event are available at the JCDC’s head office at 3-5 Phoenix Avenue, Kingston 10; on its website at www.jcdcjamaica.com, or at the JCDC’s parish offices islandwide; and at Sangster’s Book Store. A presold ticket will cost $900, while at the gate it is $1,000 for adults and $400 for children. National Finals of Gospel Song Competition July 27 CultureJuly 25, 2014Written by: Vachel Alcott RelatedMinister Hanna appoints Children’s Home Review Committee FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail RelatedSeveral Activities to Celebrate 100th Anniversary of UNIA
Rovio proposes pay cuts for chairman and owner amid financial worriesInvestor disappointing and sub-par game performances spell salary shake-up at Angry Birds firmJames BatchelorEditor-in-ChiefTuesday 27th March 2018Share this article Recommend Tweet ShareCompanies in this articleRovio EntertainmentFinnish games firm Rovio is planning to slice the earnings of two senior board members in the midst of its latest financial turmoil.Reuters reports that the developer, best known for its Angry Birds frachise, proposes to cut the pay for both Kaj Hed, the company’s owner and vice chairman, and Mika Ihamuotila, chairman.Hed will see his monthly earnings drop from €10,000 ($12,420) to €7,500 ($9,315). Meanwhile, Ihamuotila’s pay will drop to €9,500 ($11,800) from €12,000 ($14,905). Other board members will retain their pay of €5,000 per month. The news follows Rovio’s latest financial results which, despite setting new company records for the second year in a row, fell below shareholder and investor expectations.Related JobsSenior Game Designer – UE4 – AAA United Kingdom Amiqus GamesProgrammer – REMOTE – work with industry veterans! North West Amiqus GamesJunior Video Editor – GLOBAL publisher United Kingdom Amiqus GamesDiscover more jobs in games Rovio’s revenues rose to €297.2 million, with games accounting for €248 million, and its 2018 revenues are expected to rise to anywhere between €260 million and €300 million. However, this was not shareholders has hoped for, who were especially disheartened by the firm’s three most recent releases. Angry Birds Match, Angry Birds Evolution and Battle Bay all fell short of expectations.The Finnish studio’s share price plummeted in the wake of its results, and the company was forced to close its London studio after just a year of operations. Exacerbating matters was the departure of games boss Wilhelm Taht, who left for personal reasons.Celebrating employer excellence in the video games industry8th July 2021Submit your company Sign up for The Mobile newsletter and get the best of GamesIndustry.biz in your inbox. Enter your email addressMore storiesRovio shuts down HatchUpdate: Rovio clarified that the family-focused branch of the service, Hatch Kids, is still openBy Marie Dealessandri 3 months agoRovio names Alexandre Pelletier-Normand as new CEOFormer EVP of games will take over from Kati Levoranta on January 1By James Batchelor 4 months agoLatest comments Sign in to contributeEmail addressPasswordSign in Need an account? Register now.
PENSACOLA, Fla. – The University of West Florida football program, led by head coach Pete Shinnick, will formally announce its first signing class on Wednesday, Feb. 4. Media are invited to attend a press conference that day at 3 p.m. in the Argonaut Athletic Club on the main UWF campus, and the public is invited to a celebration at Seville Quarter in downtown Pensacola starting at 5:30 p.m. The press conference will be open to members of the media. Fans wishing to follow online will be able to watch a live video stream at GoArgos.com. News about the signees will also be posted throughout the day to GoArgos.com, as well as Facebook.com/GoArgos and Twitter.com/GoArgos. The signing day celebration at Seville Quarter is open to all Argonaut Athletic Club boosters, Football Founders, Kickoff Squad members, UWF corporate partners and Argonaut fans. Attendees will be able to meet the coaching staff and learn more about UWF football and the first signing class of football student-athletes. The celebration will be held in Phineas Phogg’s at Seville Quarter, and light refreshments will be provided. Football will be the 15th varsity sport at UWF, and the team will begin playing in the fall of 2016. The team added two Division I transfers in December, Blake McCall from Jackson State and Tyler Henderson from Florida Atlantic, and both student-athletes are currently enrolled at UWF. The prospective student-athletes that sign with UWF on Feb. 4 will commit to attending the University in the fall of 2015. The University of West Florida Department of Intercollegiate Athletics has won eight national championships, and UWF leads all schools in Gulf South Conference history with 79 league championships and 18 all-sports trophies. UWF President Judith Bense confirmed on Sept. 4, 2013 that the UWF football team will begin playing in 2016, and the University reached an agreement for the team to play its home games at Maritime Park Stadium in downtown Pensacola starting that fall. For information on all UWF athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com. Print Friendly Version
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