Promotional video “Ambassadors of Croatian Tourism” named the world’s best promotional video for 2017

first_imgPromotional video of the Croatian National Tourist Board “Ambassadors of Croatian tourism“, Which in a short time achieved multimillion viewership in foreign emitting markets, by the decision of the American expert and representative jury Citizine Networks i National Association of Broadcasters (NAB), won the prestigious award “Travel Video Awards”In category”Best Video by a Tourism Organization”.Also, in addition to the expert jury, the promotional video was recognized by the audience, which in the online voting declared the Croatian promotional tourist video the best tourist promotional video for 2017. Otherwise, “Citizen’s Travel Video Awards“Is an organization founded by independent filmmakers and brands from around the world that rewards innovative and inspiring independent as well as branded videos.The awards ceremony was held in the center of Las Vegas, in the House of Blues, and the recognition was personally taken over by the director of the Croatian Tourist Board Kristjan Staničić by Philip DeBevoise, founder and President of the Board of Citizine.tv. “With great joy and pride we received the news about the candidacy of our promotional video in the category for the best video of a tourist organization, and the won award for us represents great joy and satisfaction. This is a confirmation that in the Croatian National Tourist Board, together with partners, we create top promotional content that is internationally recognized and accepted by the profession, but also by many travel enthusiasts around the world., said director Stanicic.The CNTB points out that the awards were given in total 9 categories within which more than 360 of submitted projects, and each category had four finalists. CNTB promotional video won in the category for the best promotional video of a tourist organization for which they even arrived 44 applications, while promotional videos were shortlisted Croatia, Peru, Colombia and Jordan.Promotional video “Ambassadors of Croatian tourism“Filmed in various recognizable locations in Croatia and it was attended by 10 famous and famous people from the world of sports and art, among whom are Luka Modrić, Иван Ракитић, Mario Mandžukić, Mateo Kovačić, Dejan Lovren, Dario Šarić, Marin Čilić, 2Cellos, Максим Мрвица, and Zrinka Cvitešić. With this promotional work, Croatia is additionally positioned on the international market through famous and successful personalities, and in addition to well-known Croatian destinations, the video also promotes other forms of Croatian tourist offer, such as cultural and historical heritage, eno-gastronomy, active vacation, nautical, natural beauty and other segments. Croatian tourism.</p>
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Europa League: Man U draw Brugge, Arsenal get Olympiakos + full fixtures

first_imgManchester United will continue their 2019/2020 UEFA Europa League campaign against Belgian side Club Brugge after Monday’s draw for the last 32 of the competition. Three-times European champions Manchester United, arguably the biggest name in the draw, qualified as group winners while Club Brugge dropped in from the UEFA Champions League. This was after the Belgian side finished behind Paris St-Germain and Real Madrid. Ajax Amsterdam’s consolation for exiting the UEFA Champions League at the group phase is a two-legged tie with Spanish side Getafe, while Inter Milan face Bulgarians Ludogorets. “We’ve not had a lot of luck in the draw,” Getafe’s sporting director Angel Martin Gonzales said. “They’re a big side, but that helps us grow too.” Two other clubs who failed to progress to the UEFA Champions League knockout rounds face off, with Benfica up against Shakhtar Donetsk. AS Roma play Gent while former European champions FC Porto face Bayer Leverkusen, one of three German clubs in the draw. Sevilla, the most successful club in Europa League history with five titles, play Romanian outfit CFR Cluj. Eintracht Frankfurt face UEFA Champions League drop-outs Salzburg while VfL Wolfsburg take on Malmo. Manchester United are one of three English clubs in the last 32 with Arsenal handed a testing tie against Greek club Olympiakos Piraeus. Wolverhampton Wanderers face Espanyol in what will be their first clash with a Spanish club since losing 9-2 on aggregate to FC Barcelona in the 1959/1960 European Cup quarter-finals. “It’s a big challenge for us to play against Arsenal, last year’s UEFA Europa League finalists,” Olympiakos coach Pedro Martins said. “They may not have started well in the English Premier League this season, but they have great players, are dangerous and deserve our respect.” Scotland’s former European champions Celtic are up against Copenhagen while Rangers face Portuguese club Braga. Sporting take on Turkish side Istanbul Basaksehir. The draw was held at UEFA headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland.The Full Draw: Wolverhampton Wanderers vs EspanyolSporting vs Istanbul BasaksehirGetafe vs Ajax AmsterdamBayer Leverkusen vs FC PortoCopenhagen vs Celtic APOEL vs BaselCFR Cluj vs SevillaOlympiacos vs ArsenalAZ Alkmaar vs LASKClub Brugge vs Manchester United Ludogorets vs Inter MilanEintracht Frankfurt vs SalzburgShakhtar Donetsk vs BenficaVfL Wolfsburg vs MalmoRelatedPosts Runarsson joins Arsenal on four-year deal Ighalo: My best moment as ‘Red Devil’ Arsenal, Wolves want Michael Olise AS Roma vs GentRangers vs Braga*The matches are to be played on February 20 and February 27, while the first named clubs will play the first leg games at home.Tags: ArsenalClub BruggeEuropa LeagueManchester UnitedOlympiakoslast_img read more

Baines: We will recover

first_img Press Association Everton defender Leighton Baines insists the upheaval of losing manager David Moyes to Manchester United after 11 years in charge will not derail the club. He added: “It was a sad day after the last game at Goodison particularly because you’ve been working with him for so long, he’s always around, he’s such a hard worker and he doesn’t miss a beat. “We’ll always remember what he did for the club and where he’s put us, but it’s up to the rest of us, the people who remain and the people who come in, to take it forward now and build on the foundations he’s worked hard to put in.” Everton are still searching to find the right replacement for Moyes, with reports of Porto coach Vitor Pereira having already agreed a deal wide of the mark. The club are happy to take their time and there is unlikely to be any movement on that front until next week at the earliest and possibly even later, but while Moyes’ departure may have hit the squad hard, assistant Steve Round believes he has left the club in the best possible shape. They finished sixth in the Premier League, ahead of near-neighbours Liverpool for the second successive campaign – the first time that had been achieved in the top flight since 1937. Their performances against the sides above them pointed to an improvement with victories against the new and old champions respectively Manchester United and Manchester City, Tottenham and two draws against Arsenal. “I think the team’s confidence and ability to play at that level has shown through in those results,” Round told evertontv. “It’s a very good record and it does show the direction that the club is going in, that the team is going in.” center_img Moyes officially takes charge as Sir Alex Ferguson’s successor at Old Trafford on July 1 but he is currently dividing his time between the two clubs as part of a settling in period. Baines, Moyes’ most consistent player since joining from Wigan in 2007, admits it will be odd not having the Scot at the helm any more, but he is confident the Toffees will move on without a problem. “It’s a massive loss to lose the manager,” the England international, who has already been linked with a reunion with Moyes at United, told evertonfc.com. “It will be so strange the day we walk through the door and he’s not there. But football clubs live on and we’ll live on, we’ll move on.” last_img read more

Guyanese, Jamaicans and Africans worst treated at TT detention center

first_imgImmigrants from Guyana, Jamaica and Africa are being unfairly singled out for bad treatment at the Aripo Immigration Center in Trinidad and Tobago according to the advocacy body, The Emancipation Support Group.Khafra Kambon, chairman of the Emancipation Support Group, is upset that despite repeated efforts to meet with TT’s National Security Minister Edmund Dillon, the minister has not dignified their efforts with a response.“We have sought meetings with Minister Dillon, we have written, we have called we have not been able to get a meeting with Minister Dillon so far. So that creates an additional problem,” Khambon told the Trinidad Express.Indefinite detention is tortureKhambon said there are persons who have been detained for more than four years. Some have lost their mental faculties due to the ordeal while others have attempted suicide.“It’s very heartbreaking because you cannot treat human beings like that. Indefinite detention is considered a form of torture on other jurisdictions,” said Khambon.“A lot of abuse is taking place in this system. The stories are unbelievable as to what some of these people are subjected to. There are people who have tripped off under those conditions. It’s a real torture when you have no pathway to get out and day after day you are hoping for something to happen. It affects your mind. There are people who have suffered mentally in there,” he said.Squalid conditionsHe said even officers and employees at the center have complained about the squalid conditions.Khambon indicated lawyers have initiated legal action to help a couple detainees but the process is long and costly. The inmates need more lawyers to come on board and assist to get these people help.DiscriminationSome detainees face acts discrimination from the center’s employees.“For all the years we have been involved in this, we have said there’s a clear pattern of discrimination against detainees from the continent of Africa,” Khambon said.He said people from Guyana and Jamaica are next on the list in terms of discriminatory treatment from immigration authorities.last_img read more

WOMAN LEFT TERRIFIED AFTER LATE NIGHT CAR-JACKING ATTEMPT

first_imgA young woman has revealed how two thugs tried to hijack her car as she drove home from a friend’s house.The woman was travelling along Letterkenny’s Pearse Road at 2am on Sunday morning last when she was attacked.She stopped to allow two men to cross the road but the men suddenly turned on her and tried to get into her car. One of the men jumped on the bonnet and exposed himself.The other man banged the windows of the car and shouted obscenities at the terrified woman.The woman revealed her story on Highland Radio’s Shaun Doherty Show.She broke down in tears as she relived her horror. The woman revealed how another car even passed by and refused to come to her aid.The woman beeped her horn but the attackers continued to bang on her car and shout obscenities at the frightened woman.The woman eventually managed to get away and could see the men running away towards Letterkenny’s Main Street.The woman says she is over her ordeal but says it could have been much worse.“I’m a pretty positive person but it could have been another lady who didn’t have their doors locked and God knows what could have happened,” she said. The woman described the two attackers as 6ft tall, of slim build. One had red hair and the other was dark.The woman said she was particularly disappointed at the Garda response to her complaint.She revealed how she had one of the attacker’s fingerprints on her cars but the Garda did not take the prints.“I just thought they would have done more. I hope it makes women more aware to keep their doors locked,” she said. WOMAN LEFT TERRIFIED AFTER LATE NIGHT CAR-JACKING ATTEMPT was last modified: May 21st, 2012 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:attackCAR-JACKINGGardailetterkennylast_img read more