Monthly Archives: October 2017

Joint-Child Abduction Rapid Deploy Team Dev’t Training (Multi-Video)

The FBI’s J-CARD’s development will create a pool of resources for any agency responding to a potential child abduction, and is expected to improve response time to abductions and increase the chances of recovering a child safely.

This week, over 18 law enforcement agencies will be attending a training developed by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to assist first responders during the early stages of a child’s disappearance.

The training, Joint-Child Abduction Rapid Deployment (J-CARD), will provide the identical training to local, state, and other federal agencies the FBI’s CARD team uses when responding to child abductions.

The CARD team, with members across the United States, provides resources during the initial critical stage following an abduction and throughout the investigation.

(WARNING. Intended for mature audiences. Viewer discretion is advised. Each year more than 100 children are abducted in the U.S. In order

Read more at: https://americansecuritytoday.com/joint-child-abduction-rapid-deploy-team-devt-training-multi-video/

Inside the 7Beyond US joint venture – Mediaweek


Four years ago US TV executive Mike Krupat was hired to start up the joint venture 7Beyond operated by Beyond Productions and the Seven Network.

During a recent Mediaweek visit to Los Angeles, and after spending time with Essential USA, we also visited Krupat at 7Beyond across town in Culver City.

Michael Krupat

Both partners have had success in the past working in the US, but until the JV was started there was no single person exploiting the properties from both companies in the US.

Krupat explained his mandate from the partners is threefold:

Read more at: https://www.mediaweek.com.au/7beyond-us-mike-krupat/

Inside the 7Beyond US joint venture


Four years ago US TV executive Mike Krupat was hired to start up the joint venture 7Beyond operated by Beyond Productions and the Seven Network.

During a recent Mediaweek visit to Los Angeles, and after spending time with Essential USA, we also visited Krupat at 7Beyond across town in Culver City.

Michael Krupat

Both partners have had success in the past working in the US, but until the JV was started there was no single person exploiting the properties from both companies in the US.

Krupat explained his mandate from the partners is threefold:

Read more at: https://www.mediaweek.com.au/7beyond-us-mike-krupat/

What’s On: ‘Major Crimes’ Begins its Final Season, Halloween on …

A critical checklist of notable Tuesday TV:

Major Crimes (9/8c, TNT): The long-running crime drama, which spun off after seven seasons of TNT’s signature series The Closer, will take a new approach to telling its mystery stories as it begins its sixth and final season. The closing act of Major Crimes will comprise three multi-episode arcs, beginning with the disappearance of three 15-year-old boys from a Catholic school field trip. Distracting Commander Sharon Raydor (Mary McDonnell) during the investigation: evidence suggesting that arch-villain Phillip Stroh (Billy Burke) may be heading back to Los Angeles, signaling a climactic showdown.

This Is Us (9/8c, NBC): What could go wrong when Jack (Mile Ventimiglia) and Rebecca (Mandy Moore) take their 10-year-old kids trick-or-treating? We’re betting plenty.

To get in the Halloween spirit, no better place than a daylong wallow in vintage horror on Turner Classic Movies, peaking in prime time with 1963’s The Haunting (9:30/8:30c), the

Read more at: https://www.tvinsider.com/647521/major-crimes-final-season-halloween-this-is-us-world-series/

What’s On: ‘Major Crimes’ Begins its Final Season, Halloween on ‘This Is Us,’ Game 6 of World Series

A critical checklist of notable Tuesday TV:

Major Crimes (9/8c, TNT): The long-running crime drama, which spun off after seven seasons of TNT’s signature series The Closer, will take a new approach to telling its mystery stories as it begins its sixth and final season. The closing act of Major Crimes will comprise three multi-episode arcs, beginning with the disappearance of three 15-year-old boys from a Catholic school field trip. Distracting Commander Sharon Raydor (Mary McDonnell) during the investigation: evidence suggesting that arch-villain Phillip Stroh (Billy Burke) may be heading back to Los Angeles, signaling a climactic showdown.

This Is Us (9/8c, NBC): What could go wrong when Jack (Mile Ventimiglia) and Rebecca (Mandy Moore) take their 10-year-old kids trick-or-treating? We’re betting plenty.

To get in the Halloween spirit, no better place than a daylong wallow in vintage horror on Turner Classic Movies, peaking in prime time with 1963’s The Haunting (9:30/8:30c), the

Read more at: https://www.tvinsider.com/647521/major-crimes-final-season-halloween-this-is-us-world-series/

Review: ‘The Sea Voyage’ at Baltimore Shakespeare Factory

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Fall Festival car show to benefit ‘Shop with a Cop’

This year’s Fall Festival will give Petal residents a chance to give back while enjoying all that the annual event has to offer.

The car show, which draws a crowd each year, will begin at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 28 at Hinton Park. No entry fee is required. All donations will benefit Petal Police Department’s Shop with a Cop, which is held each year before Christmas. Children are invited for a shopping spree with Petal officers.

Celebrity Judge Rodie Sanchez from Discovery Channel’s “Killing Fields” will be on hand for the 2017 show. 

Awards will be given for best paint, best interior, best stock truck, best rat rod, best modified, best Ford, best motor, best modified truck, best pre ’49, best pre ’69, best convertible, best Chevy, best Pontiac, best Dodge, best street rod, best hard top, best new school hot rod, kid’s choice, mayor’s pick and best in show.

For more information

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Amazon Prime Video: Ab sofort ist der Discovery Channel für die …

Abonnenten von Amazon Prime Video können ab sofort den Discovery Channel über den Zusatzdienst Amazon Channels live und on-Demand hinzu buchen. Dies gilt für alle Prime-Mitglieder in Deutschland und Österreich und kostet 3,99 € monatlich. Wie gehabt wird es dafür weiterhin keine Paketbindung oder einen anderen langfristigen Vertrag geben und der Channel bleibt monatlich kündbar. Benutzen lässt sich der Channel ohne Umwege über sämtliche Prime Video-unterstützten Geräte wie dem Fire TV, Android- und iOS-Geräte, etc.

Im Discovery Channel findet ihr hauptsächlich Dokumentationen und sogenannte „Factual Entertainment-Serien“, die sich auf Themen wie Abenteuer, Wissenschaft Technik und der „Vielfalt unserer Erde“ beziehen. Zusätzlich soll Animal Planet das Angebot durch mehrere hundert Stunden Dokus und Serien rund um die Tierwelt ergänzen.

Zum Start des Channels wird den Zuschauern ab dem 31. Oktober außerdem die Deutschlandpremiere der

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Clayton case returning to TV

The case of the killing of Kelley Stage Clayton will be featured Sunday on an episode of Deadline: Crime with Tamron Hall, airing at 9 p.m. on Investigation Discovery (Spectrum Cable channel 138).

Hall works with a team of correspondents on the show, which features a panel format along with interviews.

For this episode, Hall interviewed prosecutors, law enforcement and family members involved in the case, along with journalists who covered it.

Hall developed an interest in covering crime and domestic abuse after the still-unprosecuted murder of her sister in 2004.

The case was previously featured in March on an episode of NBC’s news magazine show Dateline.

Deadline: Crime’s presentation promises to be very different, because of the differing format of the show.

Thomas Clayton, Kelley’s husband, and his former employee Michael Beard were both convicted of first-degree murder in her death.

Clayton hired Beard to kill his wife

Read more at: http://www.the-leader.com/news/20171026/clayton-case-returning-to-tv