Fidest – Agenzia giornalistica/press agency

Quotidiano di informazione – Anno 33 n° 335

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SDI Establishes Presence in Italy

Posted by fidest press agency su venerdì, 11 Maggio 2012

Los Angeles, (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — SDI Media (SDI) is continuing the expansion of its global dubbing footprint with the opening of a new full service dubbing studio in Milan, Italy. This newly built facility increases SDI’s owned-and-operated global dubbing footprint to 21 countries. Already the world’s largest provider of fully integrated and standardized dubbing and subtitling services, SDI is committed to providing customers ever-greater access to its integrated global network of facilities. SDI Italy continues SDI’s established strategy of providing an owned-and-operated footprint of facilities in new international territories through a combination of greenfield builds and acquisitions.SDI Italy will open with 2 studio rooms, with additional expansion planned in 2013, and will provide a full range of dubbing services including: mixing, recording, and editing. The studios will be equipped to service projects for broadcast, theatrical, gaming, and additional media venues. SDI Italy will also provide SDI clients additional capabilities – allowing SDI to manage Italian projects, in Italy, with Italian management, while also benefitting clients with the technologies and technical expertise that comes from working with a global provider.
SDI is pleased to announce two additions to SDI Italy’s management team; Audrey Sadleir as Italy’s Country Manager and Emanuela Ghignoni as Production Manager. Both Audrey and Emanuela have extensive experience in the Italian dubbing market with long histories in various dubbing roles. SDI welcomes Audrey as she departs from her role at Studio Asci in Milan, where she facilitated dubbing projects for features, broadcast, and DVD. Emanuela joins SDI from her former role as Dubbing Manager at Jinglebell Communication, also in Milan, where she managed Client and Production services. SDI Italy is scheduled to begin operations in July 2012 and is currently accepting inquiries for new projects.
Headquartered in Los Angeles, SDI Media is the world’s leading provider of dubbing, subtitling, and other media localization services. It has operations in 32 countries spanning Europe, Asia, and the Americas. Worldwide, SDI provides localization services in over 60 languages and dialects, and owns and operates over 100 recording rooms and over 30 mixing rooms. SDI provides language dubbing and subtitling services as well as digital services for feature films, live action, animated television series, interactive games, new media and corporate needs. SDI’s strength is its ability to offer end-to-end, owned-and-operated service offerings to its clients, including scripting, casting, directing, recording/mixing, and other post production services.

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Human Rights Day Statement

Posted by fidest press agency su sabato, 11 dicembre 2010

Washington, DC – Today, as the world pauses to recognize Human Rights Days and mark the 32nd anniversary of the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Human Rights First President and CEO Elisa Massimino issued the following statement: “Today we celebrate human rights defenders around the world who labor each day to make the promise of the Declaration of Human Rights a reality. Some, including this year’s Nobel Peace Prize winner Liu Xiaobo, have sacrificed their own freedom as a result of their efforts to secure basic human rights and freedoms for the oppressed. Others, including this year’s Eleanor Roosevelt Human Rights Award recipients Sarah Cleto Rial, Wade Henderson, the late Professor Louis Henkin and his wife Alice Henkin have inspired countless men and women here in the United States and around the globe to live each day in a way that will benefit the world around them for generations to come. On this anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Human Rights, may we all celebrate the achievements of those human rights leaders who have been honored today by rededicating ourselves to the work that lies ahead and to fulfilling the promise of securing dignity and freedom for all.” (from Elisa Massimino)

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“Dialogue between Islam and Christianity

Posted by fidest press agency su sabato, 6 novembre 2010

There are eighty participants and guests including high-ranking Muslim and Christian leaders as well as renowned interfaith scholars representing Islamic and Christian organisations. During this consultation issues of common concern will be identified and addressed with the hope of being able to provide guidance for cooperation between Muslims and Christians. The Consultation will address three key issues in the present context of Muslim-Christian relations: •  Beyond Majority and Minority • From Conflict to Compassionate Justice: Building ecologies of peace  • Learning to Overcome; formulating educational tools to resolve issues
The opening keynote addresses were given by His Royal Highness Prince Ghazi Bin Muhammad bin Talal, personal envoy and special advisor to His Majesty King Abdullah II of Jordan and by Archbishop Anders Wejryd of the Church of Sweden. CEC Presidium member Rev. Thomas Wipf, President of the Swiss Protestant Churches and the Swiss Council of Religions is also attending the Consultation in that capacity. Rev. Wipf indicated in his welcome speech that in parallel with this Consultation a “Week of Religions” is taking place, for the fourth time, throughout Switzerland “which also serves to boost mutual trust between Christians and Muslims.”  CEC is also represented at this Consultation by the Rev. Dr Prof. Viorel Ionita, Interim General Secretary.

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Echoing the hope that God has for Europe

Posted by fidest press agency su venerdì, 17 luglio 2009

300 delegates representing some 120 churches from throughout Europe countries are gathering today in Lyon, France, for the 13th Assembly of the Conference of European Churches (CEC).  Of the 300 delegates, 41 are young people.  170 delegates are male, and 130 are female.  109 are lay people and 191 are ordained.  There are 25 delegates who are black or from a minority ethnic group, or who are representing a migrant church.  There are more than 500 other people attending the Assembly, including local volunteers, members of staff, visitors, guests and journalists.  A stewarding team of 49 young people are helping with the smooth running of the Assembly.  The theme for this year’s Assembly is “Called to One Hope in Christ”.  The previous Assembly was held in Trondheim, Norway in 2003.  CEC was founded in 1959, making this the 50th anniversary year.  At the opening press conference today the President of CEC, Rev. Jean Arnold de Clermont, said that the Assembly needed to echo the hope that God has for Europe.  He asked: “What are the priorities for Europe?  Where is Christ leading us?  It is important that churches in Europe re-confirm a commitment to each other six years [at the CEC Assemblies].”  Mr de Clermont spoke about two areas which he hoped would be a focus of the Assembly – sustainable development and relationships with other Christian churches. He said: “Issues of poverty and the millennium commitments challenge us to live in a sustainable way.  Churches need to make sure that the poorest of the poor are not left on the roadside”.  He also expressed his hope that CEC would be able to work closer with the Catholic Church and evangelical churches. His Beatitude Archbishop Dr Anastasios of Tirana and all Albania spoke at the press conference on the Assembly theme, ‘Called to One Hope in Christ’.  He emphasised the need for Christians to unite, as hope cannot thrive if there is division.  He said: “Christians dare to hope, even when fear grips our hearts and minds.  With the power of the crucified and resurrected Christ, truth, justice and love will prevail and life will triumph over death.” Ms Doris Peschke, General Secretary of the Churches’ Commission for Migrants in Europe (CCME) also spoke at the Press Conference, where she stressed the importance of churches’ work with refugees and how the churches can celebrate the diversity of migrant churches.  She also noted that CEC and CCME have designated 2010 as a year of “European churches responding to migration”.

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