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аналіз українського медіапростору

28/02/2021
by iGromada
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Синоптики розповіли, яким буде початок весни в Україні

Березень 2021 року, як вказують синоптики, матиме середню температуру в межах 6° тепла

28/02/2021
by iGromada
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Футбол: у матчі УПЛ луганська «Зоря» перемогла донецький «Шахтар»

«Зоря» опинилася на третьому місці в турнірній таблиці Української прем’єр-ліги

28/02/2021
by Artist
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At Bicoastal Globes on Sunday, ‘Borat’ Could Triumph

When drained of glamour, what’s left of the Golden Globes?That’s one of the biggest questions heading into the 78th annual awards on Sunday night. The show, postponed two months from its usual early-January perch, will have little of what makes the Globes one of the frothiest and glitziest events of the year. Due to the pandemic, there will be no parade of stars down the red carpet outside the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, California. Its hosts, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, will be on different sides of the country.More than any award show, the Globes revel in being an intimate banquet of stars. When the show begins at 8 p.m. EST on NBC, with Poehler in Beverly Hills and Fey in New York’s Rainbow Room, the circumstances will test the Globes telecast like never before.Presenters will include Awkwafina, Joaquin Phoenix, Kristen Wiig, Tiffany Haddish, Margot Robbie and Angela Bassett. At least some of them will be present at one of the two locations. Pre-show coverage is still going forward on E! beginning at 4 p.m. EST and on NBC beginning at 7 p.m. EST. The telecast will be streamed on NBC’s website with a television-provider log-in, as well as on the Roku Channel, Hulu with Live TV, YouTube TV, AT&T TV, Sling TV and Fubo TV.Lack of diversityBut pandemic improvising is only part of the damage control the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, which puts on the Globes, finds itself dealing with this year. A pair of extensive reports by the Los Angeles Times and The New York Times in the week leading up to the awards renewed scrutiny on the press association and its 87 voting members.While the HFPA has long been known as an organization with members of questionable qualification — most of its members don’t write for well-known publications — and are known for being swayed by high-priced junkets, the reports again forced the HFPA to defend itself.Among the most damning details was the revelation that there are no Black voting members in the group, something that only reinforced criticism that the press association — which host Ricky Gervais last year called “very, very racist” in his opening monologue — needs overhauling. This year, none of the most acclaimed Black-led films — Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, One Night in Miami, Judas and the Black Messiah, Da 5 Bloods — were nominated for the Globes’ best picture award.In a statement, the HFPA said it would make “an action plan” to change. “We understand that we need to bring in Black members, as well as members from other underrepresented backgrounds,” the group said.For some, none of the revelations were surprising. Ava DuVernay tweeted in response to the Los Angeles Times article: “Reveals? As in, people are acting like this isn’t already widely known? For YEARS?”Two-time nominee Sterling K. Brown, who’s presenting Sunday, said in an Instagram post that “having a multitude of Black presenters does not absolve you of your lack of diversity.”“87 people wield a tremendous amount of power,” said Brown. “For any governing body of a current Hollywood award show to have such a lack of voting representation illustrates a level of irresponsibility that should not be ignored.”42 nominations for NetflixYet the Globes have persisted because of their popularity (the show ranks as the third most-watched award show, after the Oscars and Grammys), their profitability (NBC paid $60 million for broadcast rights in 2018) and because they serve as important marketing material for contending films and Oscar hopefuls. That may be especially true this year when the pandemic has upset the normal rhythms of buzz in a virtual awards season lacking the usual frenzy.The Globes are happening on the original date of the Academy Awards, which are instead to be held April 25.Netflix comes in with a commanding 42 nominations, including a leading six nods for David Fincher’s Mank and The Crown also topping TV nominees with six nods. Aaron Sorkin’s The Trial of the Chicago 7, also from Netflix, is also a heavyweight with five nominations.Chloe Zhao, the Nomadland filmmaker and Oscar frontrunner, is expected to become the first woman of Asian descent to win best director at the Globes and the first woman since Barbra Streisand won for Yentl in 1984.Chadwick Boseman, nominated for best actor for his performance in the August Wilson adaptation Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, could win a posthumous Golden Globe. Boseman is widely expected to be nominated for an Oscar.And Borat Subsequent Moviefilm stands a good chance of being crowned best picture, comedy or musical. With many of the leading nominees in the drama category — among them Mank, Nomadland, The Father, Promising Young Woman and The Trial of the Chicago 7 — Sacha Baron Cohen’s sequel could emerge a big winner. Cohen, who won a Globe for his performance in the first Borat film, is nominated for Borat and for his role in The Trial of the Chicago 7.Jane Fonda, a seven-time Globe winner, will receive the Cecil B. DeMille Award for lifetime achievement. Norman Lear will be honored for his television career and accept an award named after Carol Burnett.

28/02/2021
by Artist
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Archaeologists Find Intact Ceremonial Chariot Near Pompeii 

Officials at the Pompeii archaeological site in Italy announced Saturday the discovery of an intact ceremonial chariot, one of several important discoveries made in the same area outside the park near Naples following an investigation into an illegal dig.The chariot, with its iron elements, bronze decorations and mineralized wooden remains, was found in the ruins of a settlement north of Pompeii, beyond the walls of the ancient city, parked in the portico of a stable where the remains of three horses previously were discovered.The Archaeological Park of Pompeii called the chariot “an exceptional discovery” and said “it represents a unique find — which has no parallel in Italy thus far — in an excellent state of preservation.”A detail of the decoration of a chariot that was found in Civita Giuliana, north of Pompeii. Officials at the Pompeii archaeological site near Naples announced its discovery Feb. 27, 2021.The eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD destroyed Pompeii. The chariot was spared when the walls and roof of the structure it was in collapsed, and also survived looting by modern-day antiquities thieves, who had dug tunnels through to the site, grazing but not damaging the four-wheeled cart, according to park officials.The chariot was found on the grounds of what is one of the most significant ancient villas in the area around Vesuvius, with a panoramic view of the Mediterranean Sea, on the outskirts of the ancient Roman city.Archaeologists last year found in the same area on the outskirts of Pompeii, Civita Giulian, the skeletal remains of what are believed to have been a wealthy man and his male slave, attempting to escape death.The chariot’s first iron element emerged January 7 from the blanket of volcanic material filling the two-story portico. Archaeologists believe the cart was used for festivities and parades, perhaps also to carry brides to their new homes.While chariots for daily life or the transport of agricultural products have been previously found at Pompeii, officials said the new find is the first ceremonial chariot unearthed in its entirety.The villa was discovered after police came across the illegal tunnels in 2017, officials said. Two people who live in the houses atop the site are on trial for allegedly digging more than 80 meters of tunnels at the site.  

28/02/2021
by iGromada
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Київський метрополітен повідомив про можливі зміни в роботі 28 лютого

Причиною є проведення на НСК «Олімпійський» футбольного матчу між командами «Шахтар» (Донецьк) і «Зоря» (Луганськ)

27/02/2021
by iGromada
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Акція на підтримку Стерненка: як це було у відео

Щонайменше кілька тисяч людей 27 лютого взяли участь в акції протесту з вимогою реформування судової системи. Учасники акції вважають несправедливим вирок Сергієві Стерненку. Спершу тисячі людей зібралися під Офісом президента на вулиці Банковій у Києві, згодом прийшли до будівлі Офісу генерального прокурора. Акція тривала майже три години і завершилася близько 15:00. Активісти оголосили, що мають намір продовжити протест 9 березня, коли в Києві запланований з’їзд суддів.
Міністерство внутрішніх справ подякувало «за дотримання чинного законодавства» під час суботньої акції на підтримку ув’язненого одеського активіста Сергія Стерненка під ОП.

27/02/2021
by iGromada
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«Справедливість Стерненку – справедливість усім»: акція в Києві – фоторепортаж

Декілька тисяч людей прийшли в суботу, 27 лютого, до Офісу президента України на знак протесту проти вироку одеському активісту Сергію Стерненку.

Після мітингу біля Офісу президента учасники пройшлись маршем до Офісу генпрокурора. 

 

26/02/2021
by iGromada
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Медсили ЗСУ заперечують, що військових зобов’язували до згоди чи відмови від щеплення без даних про вакцину

У командуванні вказують на те, що особовий склад Збройних Сил України вакцинують у рамках першого етапу вакцинації

26/02/2021
by iGromada
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Данілов про новий канал «трійки Козака»: «у нас демократична країна», але «свавілля не допустимо»

«Такого свавілля, яке було до певного часу, ми не допустимо», – заявив секретар РНБО

26/02/2021
by iGromada
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В Ужгороді весняні канікули в школах перенесли на початок березня

Таке рішення ухвалили педагогічні ради навчальних закладів за рекомендаціями міської комісії з питань техногенно-екологічної безпеки та надзвичайних ситуацій

26/02/2021
by iGromada
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ЄСПЛ прийняв скаргу від батька загиблого на Донбасі бійця: він доводить, що втратив сина через агресію Росії

Анатолій Корнієнко вимагає визнати, що його син загинув через агресію Росії щодо України