provided by Published 11:45 am CST, Wednesday, December 12, 2018 Photo: Livia Cives For Variety Photo: Livia Cives For Variety Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: Livia Cives For Variety 2019 Predictions: What’s in Store for Film, TV and Music Next Year? 1 / 1 Back to Gallery It would be hard to top the drama of 2018. From media mega-mergers to the rise of Time’s Up, it was a year that had more than its fair share of twists and turns. Leslie Moonves resigned in disgrace, AT&T snapped up Time Warner, Disney inched closer to subsuming Fox and “Black Panther” shattered box office records and became a rallying cry for inclusion. Given all that … [Read more...] about 2019 Predictions: What’s in Store for Film, TV and Music Next Year?
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HARRY Redknapp is set to bank millions after leaving the I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! jungle. The former football manager, 71, was announced as one of the finalists this evening ahead of the last episode of this series on Sunday night. Former sportsman Harry is the bookies’ favourite to win the show this year after winning the hearts of the nation with his lovable personality, stories of love for his wife Sandra and his entertaining tales from his past years. Harry is the second highest paid star to ever appear on the programme with his fee of £500,000 after fellow series celeb Noel Edmonds, who was paid £600,000 for his appearance. But Harry is expected to rake in even more cash from book deals, endorsements and television shows, including for his part on ITV series Match Fit, which he has already signed up to. Show fans warmed even more to Harry the more he spoke about his love for his wife Sandra, who he has been married to for 51 years, and they … [Read more...] about I’m A Celebrity’s Harry Redknapp to ‘make millions’ after leaving jungle as he’s lined up for TV and book deals
By Erin Stone Updated 9:24 am PDT, Tuesday, July 31, 2018 Photo: Jacom Stephens / Getty Image Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 A man suffered life-threatening injuries after being shot in a cell phone deal gone bad at Candlestick Park in San Francisco’s Bayview District, authorities said Tuesday. A man suffered life-threatening injuries after being shot in a cell phone deal gone bad at Candlestick Park in San Francisco’s Bayview District, authorities said Tuesday. Photo: Jacom Stephens / Getty Image Cell phone deal nearly turns deadly in Candlestick Park shooting 1 / 1 Back to Gallery A man suffered life-threatening injuries after being shot in Candlestick Park in San Francisco’s Bayview District, authorities said Tuesday. The 23-year-old victim met the shooter, a man of unknown age, … [Read more...] about Cell phone deal nearly turns deadly in Candlestick Park shooting
PUBLISHED: 13:15 25 June 2018 | UPDATED: 13:15 25 June 2018 Conor Matchett St Aubyn's Road, in Lowestoft, which has been affected by the outages. Picture: Google Archant A shop owner has slammed telecoms companies after being left without broadband and a working phone line for almost a month despite promises the problem would be fixed within a couple of days. Andrew Shepherd, of St Aubyn’s Road in Lowestoft, said his street along with St Peter’s Road, Carlton Road, Lorne Road, and Richmond Place had all been left without any service, with more believed to be affected. Mr Shepherd, who runs Parrs in London Road South, said his home phone line had initially stopped working on Wednesday, May 30, before engineers said the problem would be fixed within two days on Thursday, May 31. On Monday, July 4, the repair work was pushed further back with Mr Shepherd told it would not be solved until the end of the week, before it was once again delayed at the end of that week to … [Read more...] about Broadband and phone line outage described as “intolerable” by business owner
PUBLISHED: 08:32 03 May 2018 | UPDATED: 08:33 03 May 2018 Ofcom claims the new survey is its "most comprehensive" on telecoms customer service to date. Picture: Rui Vieira/PA Wire Archant TalkTalk’s customer service is the worst among broadband providers, while Vodafone and Virgin Mobile have turned in below-average scores among mobile companies, an Ofcom survey has found. According to the regulator’s “most comprehensive” survey into telecoms customer service, TalkTalk customers are less likely to recommend their provider to a friend and their overall satisfaction is below average. Ofcom said TalkTalk customers are less satisfied with reliability, more likely to have a reason to complain and less satisfied with how their complaints are handled than any other provider. Overall, eight in 10 broadband customers (80%) said they were satisfied with their service. Virgin Media was the only provider with above-average customer satisfaction for broadband speeds and … [Read more...] about How does your broadband or mobile phone provider score for customer service?