April 20 2001 Timothy Balker a pilot from Embry

first_imgApril 20, 2001Timothy Balker, a pilot from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Prescotthad to make an emergency landing on the north side of the Arcosanti dirt road.He was flying a Cessna 178 heading for Phoenix, when a leak in an oil line obscuredvisibility and forced him to land on our property. [Photos by Jeff Manta] View all the images after the landing:last_img

Wrestling entertainment company WWE claims its int

first_imgWrestling entertainment company WWE claims its international OTT channel is the “fastest-growing digital subscription service” after reaching its targeted one million subs mark.This comes 11 months after WWE Network first launched in the US, and follows 37% increase in subs since WWE’s last reported financial quarter.The recent growth was attributed to a free November trial promotion, the launch of the service in the UK and Ireland and “significant additions” for last week’s Royal Rumble pay-per-view event.It is not clear if WWE’s announcement includes consumers that cancelled their subscription following heated backlash against the Royal Rumble event, whose outcome lead to a worldwide-trending hashtag, #CancelWWENetwork.“We’re thrilled that we’ve surpassed the one million subscriber milestone less than a year after launching WWE Network and in advance of WrestleMania, our biggest event of the year on March 29,” said WWE chairman and CEO Vince McMahon.WWE also unveiled data that suggests around 90% of subs access WWE Network at least once a week, 99% access it at least once a month and that 86% are “satisfied” with the service.WWE Network, priced at US$9.99 (€8.85) a month in the US, is currently in 170 territories.last_img read more