Tv operations consolodating
Though there are many benefits to operation consolidation, inheriting a variety of video contribution and network technologies presents broadcasters with an increase in complexity, maintenance and network upgrade expenses.As a result, many news networks have turned to less expensive and best effort technologies like bonded cellular for video contribution.“This has been a difficult decision to reach,” Reidy said.To produce string cheese in Fort Morgan, Leprino has made a significant investment in that facility, he said.A 2015 Pew Research Center survey suggests that as many as one in seven Americans have turned away from cable or satellite TV subscriptions.This “cord cutting” trend has implications not just for cable, but for any network or station that benefits from the pay-tv system.“It’s going to hurt.” Employees of the Ravenna facility were notified of the closure Thursday.
"For the product mix and portfolio we want to make," he said. Allen Harim plans to open an on-site career center to help employees during this transition, company officials said.
While bonded cellular might be a cheaper option, it can also be problematic when it comes to highly contested bandwidth, spotty mobile coverage or no mobile coverage at all.
SEAFORD, Del.- Allen Harim Foods announced Tuesday that it will consolidate its poultry processing operation to one central location, leading to the closure of its processing plant in Cordova, Md. Company officials said the closure will impact approximately 300 employees at that facility, who will be offered jobs at the company’s other locations including a hatchery, feed mill and truck shop in Seaford, Del., a hatchery in Dagsboro, Del. Allen Harim CEO Steve Evans said a combination of factors contributed to the decision, including the age of the facility, a shift in the company’s product mix and a desire to improve the company’s competitive position in order to assure greater efficiency.
is consolidating its string-cheese operations within Colorado, a move that includes the closure of its Ravenna, Neb., facility but will not add any new jobs in Colorado.
The work will move to the 250-employee Leprino facility in Fort Morgan, where string cheese has never been produced, said Mike Reidy, Leprino’s senior vice president of corporate affairs.