NBC collaborated with Adobe to create Mobile Apps to Live Stream the 2012 Olympic Games

Olympic Ring Graphic - BSN

(Best Syndication News) - The 2012 Olympics are scheduled to start on Friday, July 27, and will end on Sunday, August 12. NBC will be covering the sporting events on their TV network, but will also provide two mobile apps to watch them on the go. NBC Olympics, a division of the NBC Sports Group, had Adobe (Nasdaq:ADBE) build the two apps; NBC Olympics Live Extra App and NBC Olympics App.

NBC Olympics Live Extra will work for cable, satellite, and telco customers to provide live-stream Olympic coverage. Adobe estimates that over 3,500 hours of coverage will occur. There are 32 sports and 302 medal awarding events.

6.0 Magnitude Earthquake in Northern Italy causes Death and Damage

Italy Earthquake map - credit: USGS

(Best Syndication News) - A 6.0 magnitude earthquake shook in Northern Italy near the city of Bologna today causing death and widespread damage of buildings. The event occurred Sunday May 20, 2012 at 4:03 am local time reported the US Geological Survey.

The location of the epicenter of the earthquake was estimated at 44.800°N, 11.192°E with a depth of 3.2 miles. Damage reports close to the epicenter was reported by USGS with it being moderate to heavy damage and the shaking was considered very strong to severe. The earthquake was felt throughout most of Northern Italy.

Aftershocks have been ongoing throughout the day. There has been two 5.1 magnitude tremors and several more tremors above the 4.0 magnitude rating.

Stock Market up in all Sectors this Friday

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(Best Syndication News) - The stock market closed with upward momentum Friday, December 9, 2011. All twelve sectors showed an improvement, with most stocks gaining instead of losing value. The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) closed the week at 12,184.26 points, which is up 186.56 from the day before (+1.55%). The S&P 500 saw similar gains ending the day at 1,255.19, up 20.84 (+1.69%). The NASDAQ closed out the day at 2,646.85, a 50.47 point gain or 1.94 percent increase.

The US stock market may have shown recovery today after the announcements of the EU treaty negotiation to resolve the European debt crisis. The conglomerate of European nations met at a summit in Brussels this week to discuss a new treaty in an attempt to save the euro.

Prince William and Kate Middleton Royal Wedding - TV Channels and Schedule of Events

Prince William and Kate Middleton Royal Wedding - TV Channels and Schedule of Events

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(Best Syndication News) - The wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton will be this week! If you are looking for the all the coverage of the big Royal Wedding day, chances are you will want to wake up early this Friday, April 29, 2011. There will be coverage by all the major networks as well as several cable or satellite channels. Coverage of the big event starts as early as Friday at 12:00 am on the West Coast. Several channels have all day long specials and coverage of the Royal Wedding of Prince William and Kate. So you might ask what time and channel is the royal wedding this Friday? The answers seems to be that it will be on almost every channel in the early morning hours. If you value your sleep you can record it and watch it when you wake up, or you just might have to stay up all night just because you can't miss a moment and want to see it live. Here is an overview off all the channels and schedules of coverage of the Wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton along with specials that will be airing on television.

Travel Promotion Act will Charge $14 for Foreign Travelers entering the US

Travel Promotion Act will Charge $14 for Foreign Travelers entering the US

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(Best Syndication News) - Starting on September 15th, the Travel Promotion Act of 2009 will require international travelers coming from 36 different countries to pay a $14 entry fee to visit the United States. The fee is for those international tourists that plan to stay fewer than 90 days. The ten-dollar portion of the fee will help fund tourism in the United States and the remaining four-dollars will help pay for registration costs for the Electronic System for Travel Authorization which is handled by the US Customs Border and Border Protection. The fee is a one time charge that will cover the visitor for a two year time period. So if they travel often, they won't have to keep paying every time they visit.

The bill was introduced because of a decline in visitors coming to the United States. The law makers felt that increased advertising for tourism paid for by the collected funds will help to improve the industry. The Travel Promotion Act was signed into law by President Obama on March 4, 2010.

The countries that are involved in this Travel Promotion Act fee are mostly from European countries, Australia, New Zealand, and Japan.

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