[ClickPress, Tue Nov 20 2018] Channel-in-a-box (CiaB
) is defined as collapsing the pieces of traditional master control and playout chain such as switchers, graphics, servers, audio, routing and channel branding into a single integrated software application that runs on generic IT-based hardware.
The subscription price has been determined by a calculated volume weighted average price per trading day for the company's class B share on Nasdaq Stockholm for a period of 30 days prior to each acquisition, corresponding to SEK88.00 per share for CiaB
and SEK90.50 per share for MTAC.
said that, with the withdrawal of Florida from the clearinghouse, the Nonadmitted Insurance Multi-State Agreement (NIMA) loses its largest market and "brings us one step closer to finally realizing the long-delayed goal of the Nonadmitted and Reinsurance Reform Act for a single, uniform, approach to the taxation of multistate surplus lines placements."
With many of the same requirements as their counterparts in Europe and beyond, broadcasters in the Middle East stand to benefit from the use of CIAB
systems for schedule-driven playout.
) is defined as collapsing the pieces of traditional master control and playout chains such as switchers, graphics, servers, audio, routing and channel branding into a single integrated software application that runs on generic IT-based hardware.
The county's parks and recreation department and CIAB
have partnered with the city to spread the word about the problem of increased litter in the region and the need for community involvement.
Washington, D.C.-based CIAB
's recent survey results marked a departure from what some have said may be signs of a stabilizing market.
The other shareholders in Arrive are co-operative CIAB
(28%) and Unigrains (36%).
Citing an interim guidance on the new TRIA extension issued by the Treasury Department, CIAB
said that "the expanded mandatory 'make available' requirements that now encompass both 'foreign' and 'domestic' acts of terrorism apply to all commercial property and casualty policies covered by the program that start or are renewed after December 26, 2007.
About 63% of the clients are seeing group medical rates fall, hold steady or in crease by 10% or less, up from 54% in May 2006, CIAB
's first-quarter Commercial Property/Casualty Market Index noted that 77 percent of the survey respondents said their small-account premiums for January through March 2007 dropped from as little as 1 percent to as much as 30 percent, while 94 percent said their premiums for medium-sized accounts were down by the same margin.