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AdWarum warten? Entdecken Sie jetzt Europas meistgekauften Crossover zum Leasingangebot mit 0 % Zinsen und 0 € Anzahlung.The WrapLongtime Sports Broadcaster Dick Stockton to Retire After 55 YearsOne of the longest tenured sportscasters is calling it a career. Dick Stockton is retiring after a 55-year career that included more than 1,500 network TV games across the big four U.S. professional sports (NBA, NHL, NFL, MLB). Stockton spent the last 27 years with Fox as part of its NFL broadcast team; last year, he was paired in the booth with newcomer Mark Schlereth. Prior to joining Fox, Stockton worked for CBS Sports, calling a variety of sports including the NFL, NBA (lead play-by-play from 1982-1990), MLB and college basketball (lead play-by-play for NCAA Regional Finals), in addition to the world swimming and diving championships, championship boxing, track and field, the Pan American Games and the Olympic Games. Also Read: Did the NFL Just Break the Bundle With Streaming-First Deals? Earlier in his career, NBC tapped him to cover NFL games and NCAA tournament basketball, and he also called play-by-play for Oakland Athletics games for KRON-TV in San Francisco. Stockton first began broadcasting in 1965 at a local radio and TV station in Philadelphia, before landing the coveted gig as the Boston Red Sox’s play-by-play broadcaster for three seasons on WSBK; he called Carlton Fisk’s memorable 12th-inning home run during Game 6 of the 1975 World Series as part of NBC’s coverage. Stockton also called six Super Bowls for the NFL Network’s international broadcast between 2002 and 2008. “After a fulfilling 55-year career, I’ve decided to step aside, enjoying the many memorable events I’ve been blessed to cover, and ready to enjoy doing more things away from the broadcast booth,” Stockton said. “My 27 years at Fox Sports have been the most rewarding, and my talented production colleagues and a loyal, supportive management have made the experience more pleasurable than I had ever hoped. I wish everyone in my field could work for Fox Sports. Working alongside former players and coaches, many of whom are still in the Fox rotation, has been a particular joy. But I feel there is a time to call it a day and allow the many younger broadcasters the chance to develop their careers, just as I had the opportunity years ago. I have nothing but indelible memories of being part of the sports landscape for over seven decades and will now sit back and watch the future of sports broadcasting unfold.” “Dick’s contributions to FOX Sports began on day one of our existence and will be felt for years to come,” Eric Shanks, CEO & executive producer of Fox Sports, said. “He is a cornerstone of this company whose legacy, talent and hard work helped build the NFL on FOX brand. Growing up as a sports fan, I knew his voice signified a big game, but later working with him, I realized just how big and irreplaceable that voice truly is. Dick will be greatly missed, and we at FOX Sports wish him the best in retirement.” Read original story Longtime Sports Broadcaster Dick Stockton to Retire After 55 Years At TheWrap
7 minutes agoKristen Stewart’s Princess Diana Film ‘Spencer’ Adds Jack Farthing as Prince CharlesFilming has shifted to the U.K. Thursday on “Spencer,” the biographical film that stars Kristen Stewart as Princess Diana, and the film has also added to its cast Jack Farthing as Prince Charles. The film, directed by Pablo Larraín (“Jackie,” “Neruda”), focuses on the one weekend when Diana decided to leave her marriage to Prince Charles. Spencer was her maiden name before she wed the British royal. Kristen Stewart stars as Princess Diana in “Spencer” alongside Timothy Spall, Sally Hawkins and Sean Harris. The film is directed by Larraín, who transformed Natalie Portman into Jackie Kennedy for the film “Jackie,” and written by Steven Knight, known for “Peaky Blinders,” “Locke” and “Dirty Pretty Things.” Neon, which is expected to release “Spencer” later this year, also released another new image of Stewart as Diana, which you can see above. The film hopes to hit theaters this fall ahead of the 25th anniversary of Princess Diana’s death in 2022. Also Read: Paparazzi Agency Splash News Files for Bankruptcy Amid Meghan Markle Fight “Spencer” is set over a Christmas holiday in December 1991 when Princess Diana is with the royal family at the Sandringham estate in Norfolk. Here’s the full synopsis: December, 1991: The Prince and Princess of Wales’ marriage has long since grown cold. Though rumours of affairs and a divorce abound, peace is ordained for the Christmas festivities at Sandringham Estate. There’s eating and drinking, shooting and hunting. Diana knows the game. This year, things will be a whole lot different. “Spencer” also features an original score by Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood, known for “Phantom Thread,” and the rest of Larraín’s creative team includes director of photography Claire Mathon (“Portrait of a Lady on Fire”), costume designer Jacqueline Durran (“Little Women”), makeup and hair designer Wakana Yoshihara (“Murder On The Orient Express”) and production designer Guy Hendrix Dyas (“Inception”). Also Read: Queen Elizabeth Depicted With Knee on Meghan Markle's Neck in Satirical French Paper Charlie Hebdo “Spencer” is produced by Juan de Dios Larraín for Fabula Films, Jonas Dornbach and Janine Jackowski for Komplizen Film and Paul Webster for Shoebox Films. The executive producers are Tom Quinn, Jeff Deutchman and Christina Zisa for NEON and Michael Bloom, Maria Zuckerman and Ryan Heller for Topic Studios. Farthing is best known as the star of the U.K. series “Poldark.” “Spencer” is supported by the German Federal Film Fund (DFFF), medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg, German Federal Film Board (FFA), Film- und Medienstiftung NRW and HessenFilm und Medien. Read original story Kristen Stewart’s Princess Diana Film ‘Spencer’ Adds Jack Farthing as Prince Charles At TheWrap
13 minutes agoThe One Wine Myth You Should Never Fall For, New Study SaysIf the best thing about the wine you drink is its budget-friendly cost, cheers to you. A new neuroscientific study has found that the price tag on a bottle of wine is a key influence on how much we think we enjoy it—and the pricier, the better… we think.In a study that will soon be published in a forthcoming issue of the journal Food Quality and Preference, a psychology research team in Switzerland created a realistic scenario at a social gathering of 140 people. The researchers in this study supplied wine to the attendees and, even though the get-together was held shortly before the COVID-19 pandemic, the research team asked the participants to sit distanced from one another so they wouldn't be tempted to discuss the wine and influence each other's taste perceptions.RELATED: 15 Underrated Weight Loss Tips That Actually WorkThe study participants were presented with three bottles of wine that had no price labeled, as well as three bottles whose price tags were in plain sight but had purposely been mislabeled so that the higher-priced wines bore lower price tags, and vice versa.You probably know where this is going: Overall, data from the 140 participants shows that when the wines' price was unmarked, the subjects weren't markedly more or less pleased with the wine. However, wines that were marked as higher-priced when they were actually lower-cost received better taste ratings from the participants. The higher-priced wines that bore cheaper price tags didn't seem to affect pleasantness ratings overall.This might tell us that when it comes to high-priced wine, the consumer experience is all in our heads. Earlier neurological studies performed in 2008 and 2017 with similar variables in place also found that higher wine prices yielded better quality ratings. And, as Science Alert reports, drinking the cheap wines that were deceptively priced as more expensive activated the medial orbitofrontal cortex, which serves as a reward center in our brain. "The reward and motivation system is activated more significantly with higher prices and apparently increases the taste experience in this way," concluded behavioral economist Bernd Weber, from Germany's University of Bonn after the 2017 study.So, this weekend, why not opt for the brand on sale? It may taste just as good as the expensive stuff. Also don't miss the 5 Drinks That May Lead to a Heart Attack, According to Science. headtopics.comRead more: Yahoo Singapore »
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