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March 7 2016Here is the majority of Arconauts re

first_imgMarch 7, 2016Here is the majority of Arconauts, residents, volunteers and workshop participants, photo taken on March 3rd 2016 by Chihiro Saito.front row from left:Colleen Connery – ceramics, Amanda Clark – development volunteer, Jennifer Thornton – visiting alumna, Colleen Reckow and Rowan [hiding] – accounting, Andrew Herman – workshop in AIS, Betty Nguyen – scholarship, Molly Almeida – graphics internship, Carole Hao – Strathclyde Masters of Architecture, Cecilia Cavallo – planning volunteer, Tomiaki Tamura – Cosanti Foundation Director.second row from left:Ron Chandler – construction and landscaping manager, Ivan Fritz – AIS manager, David Tollas – construction, Meshell Whittaker – workshop in archives, Steven Black – workshop in planning, Viola Adriano – workshop in construction, Simon Nessman – workshop in archives, Tony Fragiacomo – volunteer in archives, standing in striped t-shirt is Rob Jameson – AIS, Mary Hoadley – Cosanti Foundation Director, Patrick Louie – maintenance, Sue Kirsch – archive manager.third row from left:Chihiro Saito – archive volunteer, Amarillis Fuentes – cafe, Leah-Ann Walker – archive volunteer, also temporary AirB+B manager, Jeff Fisher – maintenance, Cayo Romero – landscaping, Rebecca Holderbach – workshop in welding, Rodrigo de la Gomez – workshop in planning, Zach Mundt in blue checkered shirt – workshop in construction.upper row from left:Dunkin Halleck – visiting alumnus and volunteer in ceramics, Clelia Zappala – visiting alumna and wife of Dunkin,  behind Clelia is Danny Fields – guest services manager, Ariel Ky – workshop in archives, peeking out behind Ariel is Erin O’Loughlin – ceramics manager, almost hidden behind Erin is Zeb Hornberger – foundry, Taylor Courtland – foundry, Brendan Seigl – foundry, Charles Wicker – foundry, Allie Gibbs – foundry, Ryan David – foundry, Scott Riley – habitat / utilities manager, Hunter Eary – visiting alumnus, with hat is Angus Gluck – visiting alumnus, Flavio Borelli – planning manager, Jonas Fister – foundry, infront of Jonas is Laura Villa Baroncelli – photographer, Paolo Van Erp – construction – welding, behind Paolo is Steffan Phillips – foundry, Jeff Stein – Cosanti Foundation Director, Andy Chao – foundry manager.missing from the photo are:Laura Banks – tour guide and seamstress, Nadia Begin – resident working off-site, Lance Cope – Cordes Lakes Visitors Center, Thomas Crowe – extended stay alumnus, Hildemar Cruz – cafe, archives and workshop coordination assistant, Peter Dahm and his two sons Justin and Jonathan, Peter is chef in the cafe, Thomas Dean – visitors center, Alex DeWald – visitors center and tour guide, Linda Fournier – ceramics, Cliff Hersted – Cordes Lakes Visitors Center, Melanie Husband – bookkeeping, cafe and workshop coordinator, Lorenzo Mastino – maintenance, Isaak Mueske – tour guide, Kelly Pai – tour guide, Dillon Quibin – foundry, Julie Quinn – landscaping, Randall Schultz – wood working, Brent Scott – maintenance, Peter Seiter – cafe, maintenance and tour guide, Nick Skinner – cafe, Sasha and Tristan Tollas – family, Paul Vigne – purchasing – recycling, Ed Werman – extended stay alumnus, and workshop participant Lana Morris.last_img read more


Viacom and CBS are once again formally dating – wi

first_imgViacom and CBS are once again formally dating – with exploratory boards created at both companies to look into a merger.Viacom president and CEO Bob BakishBoth companies yesterday released statement confirming they had each formed a special committee of independent directors to “evaluate a potential combination” with the other.Previous attempts at merging the two US media giants, which are both controlled by the Redstone family’s National Amusements, have failed.The new statements noted that there “can be no assurance that this process will result in a transaction or on what terms any transaction may occur”.CBS’s share price has remained around the US$59 mark, while Viacom’s was largely unmoved at around US$33.CBS shareholders have previously responded negatively to suggestions over a merger due to Viacom’s cable channels ratings struggles, but the more open-minded response here points to the changed media landscape.Since the last CBS-Viacom merger plan ended in 2016, The Walt Disney Company has swooped for 21st Century Fox’s entertainment assets and AT&T has moved in on Time Warner as media companies seek scale to defend against the FAANG (Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix and Google) group of tech disruptors.CBS and Viacom were one entity between 2000 and 2006 before Sumner Redstone decided to break up his media empire into two parts.Broadcast network business CBS has since had a prolonged period of growth and increased profitability under CEO Les Moonves, while Viacom saw its share price disintegrate under former chairman and CEO Phillippe Dauman.The company has partially recovered under Bob Bakish’s leadership, but not enough for its board to want to face the future alone.Besides the broadcast network, CBS owns premium channel Showtime, CBS Television Studios, CBS Studios International, Australia commercial broadcaster Network Ten and has other international assets in Europe, Latin America and Asia.Viacom owns MTV, Comedy Central and Nickelodeon, and UK broadcaster Channel 5 among other assets.last_img read more