WPTZ, Seven Days announce news-sharing partnership

first_imgSource: BURLINGTON, VT/PLATTSBURGH, NY April 22, 2009 — WPTZ NewsChannel 5 and Seven Days, Vermont s alternative news weekly, have announced a partnership. The two news organizations are involved in a content-sharing agreement servicing residents of Vermont, New York, and New Hampshire. As part of this agreement, Seven Days contributors will appear twice a week during NewsChannel 5 s 11 p.m. newscast. Elements of Shay Totten’s political column, “Fair Game,” will appear on Tuesday nights, in advance of the paper’s Wednesday distribution. On Thursday evenings, Music Editor Dan Bolles will recommend upcoming events from “Notes on the Weekend,” Seven Day’s email newsletter.The reporters made their first appearances on Newschannel 5 the week of April 20th. It s an exciting move that will benefit the news consumer across the region, both online and over-the-air. The partnership will widen the exposure of both NewsChannel 5 & Seven Days, said Sinan Sadar, news director of WPTZ.Seven Days online editor and associate publisher Cathy Resmer agrees. “We’re thrilled to have an opportunity to work with Newschannel 5,” she said. “Everyone wants to be on TV, right?”Both NewsChannel 5 and Seven Days plan to explore further opportunities to deepen their relationship as time progresses.NewsChannel 5 is owned by Hearst-Argyle Television. Seven Days is owned, operated and edited by Burlington residents Pamela Polston and Paula Routly.last_img read more

Gleb Savchenko’s Estranged Wife Elena Samodanova: 5 Things To Know

first_imgFollowing the separation announcement, Samodanova shared a cryptic post to Instagram that read: “I don’t hate you. I’m just disappointed you turned into everything you said you’d never be.”Throughout their now-strained marriage, Savchenko and Samodanova both led busy lives juggling parenthood alongside their careers. In 2017, the Gleb Collection designer shared how finding balance had benefitted their relationship.“We’ve danced together for more than 10 years and we’ve been married more than 10 years, so we learn how to separate work and home,” he told Entertainment Tonight at the time. “At work, [it’s] just a business. So, I’m very demanding. I ask a lot from her, she asks a lot from me, but when we’re at home, we are just happy [a] husband and wife who love each other.”- Advertisement – Dancing With the Stars fans are already quite familiar with who Gleb Savchenko is, but they may not be as well acquainted with his longtime wife, Elena Samodanova.Savchenko, 37, and Samodanova, 36, have been married since 2006. Together, the Russia natives share daughters, Olivia, 10, and Zlata, 3.- Advertisement – – Advertisement – Savchenko added, “We just enjoy each other’s company. That’s the secret, I think, and it’s been really successful so far.”Scroll through the gallery below to learn more about Samodanova. After being married for more than a decade, Us Weekly confirmed on November 6 that the couple have chosen to separate. “It is with a heavy heart that I tell you my wife and I are parting ways after 14 years of marriage,” he said in a statement to Us. “We still intend to coparent our wonderful children together who we love so dearly, and we will strive to continue to be the best parents that we can to them. We ask that you respect our family’s need for privacy and healing during this time.”The Dancing With the Stars pro also confirmed the upsetting news via Instagram, for which he shared the same statement and a photo of the now-estranged couple with their two daughters. Samodanova, for her part, addressed the breakup in her Instagram Story by noting that their “road is coming to an end.”- Advertisement –last_img read more

Hazard heroics take Chelsea top

first_imgEden Hazard’s stunning season continued as he fired Chelsea to the top of the Barclays Premier League with a hat-trick in a 3-0 defeat of Newcastle at Stamford Bridge. Mathieu Debuchy was struggling with an apparent calf problem after landing awkwardly, making his task of taming Hazard all the more difficult. Yanga-Mbiwa replaced him after 40 minutes, but the Belgian had done the damage by then. The first goal came when Hazard roamed in field before spreading the ball wide to rampaging right-back Branislav Ivanovic. Ivanovic played a return pass which Hazard swept into the bottom corner with a first-time shot. Newcastle had a chance to equalise when Sissoko breached the Chelsea rearguard, but a heavy first touch, combined with an alert Cech, denied the Magpies midfielder a shot on goal. The missed opportunity proved all the more costly when Chelsea broke quickly and to devastating effect. Willian found the overlapping Hazard, who cut in and on to his favoured right foot before slipping a pass to Eto’o. Eto’o had his back to goal but improvised to return the pass with a neat backheel which allowed Hazard to pass the ball into the far corner without breaking stride. It was a stylish finish to a breathtaking move. De Jong had a header at the back post from Sissoko’s cross saved by Cech before Hazard shot over as he tried to claim his first Chelsea hat-trick inside the first half. Luiz’s long ball forward early in the second half flummoxed Krul, who slipped outside his area and was relieved to see the ball outrun Oscar and go out. Mike Williamson did enough to put off Eto’o as the striker met Ivanovic’s cross before Hazard was felled by Yanga-Mbiwa wide on Chelsea’s left. The substitute was booked and Lampard’s free-kick was palmed over by Krul, with Chelsea’s third coming from the resulting corner. Yanga-Mbiwa rugby tackled Eto’o at the back post and referee Howard Webb pointed to the spot. Hazard sent Krul the wrong way to complete his hat-trick. Mourinho introduced Demba Ba against his former side and Mohamed Salah came on for his debut before Hazard made way for Andre Schurrle to a rousing ovation. Salah shot wide and then was denied by Krul and Newcastle substitute Sylvain Marveaux fluffed a late chance. For all Mourinho’s protestations that his side are third favourites behind Manchester City and Arsenal this season, their challenge appears strong and they moved to the summit as both of their rivals dropped points on Saturday. Chelsea have lost just once since losing at Newcastle in early November and in Hazard have a player who can cut through any team. Hazard, more than most, has embraced the work ethic demanded by Mourinho, but the team mindset has only served to improve the all-round game of the Belgian. The latest victory came without Terry, who missed his first Premier League minutes of the season as a precaution due to a muscular strain but could be back for Tuesday’s match at West Brom. It was the Baggies who came closest to ending Mourinho’s unbeaten home record in the Premier League, which now stands at 73 games, but now there is a steel about Chelsea and their unbeaten run in all competitions stands at 10 matches, eight of them featuring clean sheets. Mourinho accused his side of complacency following the loss at St James’ Park and the hosts switched off to allow Luuk de Jong a half-chance seconds into his first Newcastle start, only for Nemanja Matic to snuff out the opportunity. Shots from Hazard and twice from Frank Lampard peppered Tim Krul’s goal, but the visitors had chances, too, as Moussa Sissoko fired over and Hatem Ben Arfa hit straight at Petr Cech. Ben Arfa fancied himself up against his ex-Marseille team-mate Cesar Azpilicueta and ran at the Spaniard before firing another effort which Cech gathered at the second attempt. The tactical brilliance of Jose Mourinho was lauded following Monday’s 1-0 win at Manchester City and Hazard’s excellence was the difference against the Magpies as the Blues made light of the absence for the first time this season of captain John Terry. Hazard netted his 10th and 11th Premier League goals of the season in the first period before converting a second-half penalty after Samuel Eto’o had been wrestled to the ground by Magpies substitute Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa at a corner. Press Associationlast_img read more