African American Television12.9 Network TV-3.4 Network Radio10 Syndication TV2.3 National Newspaper-6.2 Spot TV: Top 101-210-3.8 Cable TV12.9 Source: Nielsen Monitor-Plus National Magazine-1.3 Spot TV: Top 100-0.4 Local Newspaper-5.4 Q1 Ad Spending 2008 vs. 2007%CHNG Magazine publishers had been anticipating a slowdown in advertising for more than a year, and now the numbers are proving them correct.First quarter national magazine advertising spending slipped 1.3 percent over the same period last year, according to the Nielsen Company’s Monitor–Plus advertising information service. B-to-B advertising declined 6.1 percent. Nielsen says it tracks 270 consumer magazines and 815 business publications.Overall advertising spending in the U.S. remained flat in the quarter with 0.5 percent growth, the report said.Local Sunday supplements took the hardest hit, dropping 13.5 percent. National newspapers declined by 6.2 percent. Spot Radio-4.9 Outdoor2.9 Meanwhile, national Sunday supplements saw the greatest gains, increasing 19.2 percent.Cable television advertising rose 12.9 percent while network television fell 3.4 percent. Network radio saw a 10 percent gain while spot radio dropped 4.9 percent.According to Nielsen, the Monitor-Plus service compiles advertising activity across 18 media outlets, tracking in the 210 designated market areas. Globally, it measures advertising in 30 markets, representing 85 percent of the world’s advertising spending.ROUGH START National Sunday Supplement19.2 FSI Coupon-4.9 B-to-B-6.1 Local Sunday Supplements-13.5 Spanish Language TV7.7
In addition to slow performance, some customers may also be running into trouble accessing their Slack channels entirely. We’re digging into this and will be back with more updates soon. https://t.co/ZstseqpFlL— Slack Status (@SlackStatus) July 29, 2019 0 @SlackHQ is down… what to do we do now… how did we communicate before this? #slack #downtime #keepcalmandkeepworking pic.twitter.com/0RYmlxOD5e— Sam Forde (@samjforde) July 29, 2019 Not a way to start a Monday. Slack Yep, there was a Slack outage Monday morning. The company gave a status update about the problem saying, “Some workspaces might be experiencing issues with messages sending and loading.” After approximately 40 minutes of downtime, the service was back up.Slack updated its status page at 8:30 a.m. PT as the service returned, with the message that people “may be running into trouble accessing their Slack workspaces completely.” The company’s Twitter account also said there would be “slow performance” as the team messaging service comes back online. Share your voice Downdetector received more than 2,000 reports of users having problems with Slack. According to the site, the outage started at approximately 7:50 a.m. PT and had a global reach. Those who depend on Slack for their work weren’t too happy with the outage, especially on a Monday. Many took to Twitter to react to the platform going down. Post a comment When #slack is down and you’re remote today. pic.twitter.com/Jt6JMv69rG— Paulina Gallo ✨ (@paulpaultweets) July 29, 2019 SLACK IS DOWNQUICK, EVERYONE SEND AN EMAIL— Kelly Vaughn 🐞 (@kvlly) July 29, 2019 At the end of June, Slack suffered a three-hour outage that was due to some of its servers being unavailable. Originally published on July 29 at 8:15 a.m. PT:Update, 8:19 a.m. PT: Adds Downdetector details. 8:32 a.m. PT: Adds Twitter reactions. 8:53 a.m. PT: Adds details on the end of outage. Tags Computers
Bangalore, Jan 18 (ANI): India’s third-largest Information technology (IT) services exporter, Wipro Limited, registered a 27 percent rise in quarterly net profit, topping estimates, bolstered by rising demand from overseas clients. Wipro chief executive officer, TK Kurien, aimed for a constant growth rate of four and four and half percent.
Pope Francis at Suhrawardi Udyan in the capital. Photo: ReutersPope Francis, the spiritual leader of the world’s 1.2 billion Roman Catholics, joined a prayer service at the Suhrawardy Udyan in the city on the second day of his visit to Bangladesh, reports UNB.Thousands of Catholics from different parts of the country attended the mass prayer seeking harmony and peace in the world.Besides, 16 priests were ordained during the mass prayers.Earlier on Thursday, Pope Francis arrived in Bangladesh on a three-day state visit, aiming to promote peace and reconciliation.On Saturday, the Pope will have a private visit to Tejgaon Mother Theresa House and meet priests, religious and consecrated men and women in the Holy Rosary Church.He will also visit the Parish Cemetery and the ancient Holy Rosary Church and meet the youth in Notre Dame College.Pope Francis will leave for Rome at 5:05 pm on Saturday after an official farewell at Dhaka airport.A planned meeting with a small group of Rohingyas is expected to be a high point during the Pope’s Dhaka visit.However, there is no mention of such meeting in the draft programme schedule of the Pope.
Around 300 leaders and activists of BNP, including its Khulna unit chief, were sued in two districts in connection with violence following the verdict that sentenced party chairperson Khaleda Zia in a graft case, reports UNB.Police filed two cases there on allegations of violence and obstructing police from discharging their duties and vandalism.In Sylhet, at least 197 leaders and activists of BNP were sued on charge of violence during a demonstration protesting at the imprisonment of party chairperson Khaleda Zia in Zia Orphanage Trust graft case.Sub-inspector Anup Chowdhury on Friday filed the case with Kotwali model police station against 197 people, naming 47 people, said Gausul Hossain, officer-in-charge of the police station.Earlier on Thursday, a group of BNP men locked into clash with leaders-activists of Awami League and police when they faced obstruction to bring out a procession in the Sylhet court area, leaving 10 people injured.During the clash, several vehicles, including a pickup van of police were vandalised.In Khulna, around 100 leaders and activists of BNP, including its city unit president Nazrul Islam Manju, were sued on charge of acts of sabotage.However, some 11 people, including city BNP senior vice-president Saharuzzaman Mortaza, who were detained on Thursday, were shown arrested in the case.Sub-inspector Sujit Mistri of sadar police station filed the case naming 28 BNP leaders, including its city unit president Nazrul Islam Manju on allegation of obstructing police from discharging their duties and vandalism, said Mizanur Rahman, officer-in-charge of the police station.Besides, Khulna police in separate drives arrested 33 people, including five leaders and activists of BNP from different areas of the city between Thursday afternoon and Friday morning.The arrested persons were produced before the court and it sent them to jail, said Mizanur Rahman, OC of sadar solice station.