Karolina Stallwood Swedish pay and free TV broadca

first_imgKarolina StallwoodSwedish pay and free TV broadcaster TV4 has named Channel 4 executive Karolina Stallwood as channel head for its TV4 Film, TV4 Gold and TV4 Comedy services. Stallwood is channel head of UK broadcaster Channel 4’s E4 and More4 channels, having joined from Comedy Central, where she was programme director, in 2012. She has also worked as scheduling and planning director at Channel 5.At TV4 she will be charged with optimising the three channels for new distribution platforms.Stallwood, who will take up her new role on May 1, will report to channel director Peter Lindstrom.Stallwood said she saw many “common points” between Channel 4 and TV4 Group and that she believed the Swedish market is forward-looking, with TV4 leading the way in content, design and strategic thinking.last_img read more

Fire commander Mark Watson saId After the area w

first_imgFire commander Mark Watson saId: “After the area was cleared, fire service personnel, along with on-site safety personnel, inspected the area and we believed the cause of the ruptured steam main to be accidental.“It’s not 100% clear at this stage.“There will be further investigations carried out by on-site safety personnel.”A spokesperson from Lisahally Power Station said: “We would like to thank the Northern Ieland Fire and Rescue Service for its professionalism and quick response.“A review of the incident will be carried out by our engineers in consultation with statutory agencies.“Our onsite team is working to bring the plant back online as soon as possible.”Foyle MLA Mark H Durkan praised the “great work” of the fire service and said it was “good news” that no one was injured.PROBE LAUNCHED AFTER STEAM EXPLOSION AT DERRY POWER PLANT was last modified: October 2nd, 2017 by John2John2 Tags: Fortunately, no one was injured.The Fire and Rescue Service said some aluminium panelling was damaged by the explosion on the seventh floor.Lisahally power station is capable of generating electricity to 25,000 homes and businesses in the area.There have been no reports of any power cuts. ShareTweet AN investigation is under way after a steam explosion at a power plant in Derry.The Fire and Rescue Service say crews called out to Lisahally Biomass Power Plant near Londonderry Port at 7.30 pm on Sunday after reports of a ruptured steam pipe.Several fire engines attended the scene. FIRE AND RESCUE SERVICEFIRE COMMANDER MARK WATSONFOYLE MLALISNAHALLY POWER PLANTMark H DurkanPROBE LAUNCHED AFTER STEAM EXPLOSION AT DERRY POWER PLANTlast_img read more