July 14, 2017We are working on a project to improve the area behind Unit 9 and 10 by adding ADA parking spaces. Here is a drawing from our planning department that shows the anticipated installation of a new permanent shade structure for the east facing entrances to Unit 10 and ADA Unit 9 of the East Crescent.[photos and text by Sue Kirsch]The crew is excavating for a u-shaped slab for wheelchair accessability.View of the areaA view taken from the Unit 8 staircase. In the background we can see camp and the agua fria river valley.Excavation and preparation is complete. The ground has been evened, rebar cut and installed on little blocks to keep it elevated. Here we see workshop participant Jesse Fernandez.More to come.
Here they are empty next to the other pieces in the storage area, awaiting the return of the retrospective.(Photos by Sue Kirsch, text by Shannon Mackenzie) Installed on wheels, the shelves were finalized in the metal shop and then transported to the storage area.Driven to the East Crescent Keystone from the Metal Studio, the shelves were moved into the storage unit by Joel, Tristan, Eric, and David from the Construction team. January 31, 2018In preparation for the return of “Repositioning Paolo Soleri: the City is Nature” from the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, the archives and metal departments have collaborated to design and build custom shelving to safely store some of the larger architectural models.Here, Jona and Tristan work together to construct the first vertical piece of the shelves.
Viacom has signed a multi-year deal with comScore that covers cross-platform audience measurement.Viacom says it will have access to comScore’s cross-platform measurement tools and advanced demographic capabilities – which span the linear TV, video-on-demand, digital, and over-the-top environments.Viacom said it will use the data for its proprietary advertising products, unlocking “maximum value to marketing partners” by delivering a complete view of the consumer.“This partnership with comScore marks a fundamental watershed moment in the business of television,” claimed Viacom’s senior vice-president of data strategy, Bryson Gordon.“This revolution in targeting, currency and measurement is the equivalent of shifting from black and white to colour. Viacom’s longstanding investment in data and innovation and our unique ability to merge creativity and science has positioned us far ahead in the marketplace by delivering what partners crave – the most comprehensive view of the consumer and the most effective way to reach them.”
German PlayStation 4 users will now be able to watch live TV through their games console by accessing the Magine TV streaming service.Magine becomes Sony’s first live TV partner for PlayStation in Germany, offering channels like RTL, Sat.1, ProSieben, VOX, ARD HD and ZDF HD through its OTT service.“We are very pleased to be able to offer PlayStation’s large community in Germany great live TV content directly from the PlayStation 4 console,” said Magine CEO, Ambuj Goyal“We hope this partnership with Sony PlayStation in Germany will be the start of a long successful relation also in other countries using Magine’s global video platform.”Fabian Koba, business development director, Sony Interactive Entertainment, said: “We are delighted to welcome Magine TV as another exciting service on our platform and to complement our video service portfolio with its live TV content.“Particularly we are proud to offer Magine TV’s ‘Basic Plus’ package exclusively to all of our PlayStation Plus members, featuring nine additional TV channels – with no extra cost.”Magine will exhibit at IBC at hall 14, stand N20.