3 Things to Consider When Looking for Event Space

November 26, 2014 by  
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When it comes to performing on stage, or choosing the right place to perform, there are a lot of things you need to consider. As performers, it’s important to give out all your best in able to give the audience a great show. And there are some qualities, or let’s say contexts, that affects every performance. So it is crucial that you’re doing everything right. Especially when it comes to choosing the event venue. Okay, let’s say maybe you’re not a performer. Maybe you’re just looking for a place to host an event, say a wedding, a coming out party, or just about any social event that’s important to you. When it comes to these important events, the venue is also crucial to the success of the gathering. The performance space is where it all happens.

There are three very important details you need to consider when it comes to choosing the right performance space: The Location, where it is and how far it is from your guests. The Cost, how much will you be spending and if it’s right for your budget. The actual space itself must be taken into consideration. How many people or guests it can hold, does it have every facility you need, are everything accessible to all your guests, etc. The Borland Center for Performing Arts in Palm Beach Gardens, FL gives you all three. It is the perfect performing space for just about any event. It’s proud of the five outstanding spaces you can choose to use depending on which event you are celebrating. It can be a wedding ceremony, a birthday party, an anniversary, pre and post event parties… You name it; this place has the space to hold it! Everything from corporate events to just about any social gathering you can think of! Just dream and plan your party, and the Borland Center for Performing Arts can host the ceremony and reception of your dream event!

These five outstanding, unique and wonderful spaces are all blank slate, just waiting for your command to turn it into something magical, or whatever you’re planning! These spaces are like that pumpkin in that fairy tale just waiting to be turned into a beautiful coach, and you’re the magical fairy godmother or father, whichever’s the case. It doesn’t matter if you’re planning to invite 50 or 500 guests! Their facilities have the perfect option for all. The Borland Center boasts over 10,000 square feet of affordable space with stunning lighting effects. The five reception areas, The Theater, The Rotunda, The Ballroom, The Student Center and The Lake are ready to accommodate your next big event! Each reception has its own unique setting that will add more mood to your experience, and make everybody feel the vibe.

The History of British Television

November 24, 2014 by  
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Infographic: The History of British Television

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No invention has impacted human life as much as the television. While the Japanese hold a reputation or being the most technically advanced country on the planet and certainly lead the way with regards to television innovations, it’s the British who deserve most of the credit. Long before smart phones, tablets and even home computers, British-born inventor John Logie Baird created the world’s first mechanical television in 1925. While he wasn’t the first to propose the idea, he was the first to create moving greyscale image – which had a scan rate of a mere 12.5 pictures per second. During subsequent years he significantly advanced the technology and even managed to transmit a long-distance signal from London to Edinburgh (438 miles) through a telephone line in 1927.

But early history aside, the real history of television began decades later in the 1950s when it started to become a feature of the everyday home. During this time there were an abundance of innovations regarding analogue and digital technology, which paved the way for trends that are still present in the industry today.

1950s and 1960s

One of the first British television broadcasts was the current affairs programme Panorama, which is still one of the BBC’s most prized possessions. The 50s and 60s also brought us Blue Peter and the Apollo 11 moon landings. One of the most innovative shows of the time was Coronation Street, which is often credited as the first mainstream soap opera. It started in 1960 and was originally scheduled for only 13 episodes; however, even today it remains to be one of the most popular shows in the UK.

1970s and 1980s

During the 70s and 80s Hollywood started making its way to television screens. Movies were no longer reserved for the cinema and British terrestrial channels started to create single drams and mini serials. During the latter half of the 70s the video recorder was invented, which at the time was one of the most noteworthy innovations in the industry. In the early 80s the largest ever broadcast was aired – the wedding of Princess Diana and Prince Charles.

1990s and 2000s

The late 90s had the biggest technical innovation in the industry since the video recorder; the broadcasting of digital widescreen. In just over a decade this would phase out the old analogue models for good. In the 00s two of the most iconic television sitcoms ever created were launched, The Office and The Inbetweeners, which would go on to be remade in countries all over the world. This solidified Britain’s position at the forefront of creative broadcasting.

2010s and Beyond

Major changes occurred in the 2010s to the way we watch television. With the creation of online viewing platforms such as Netflix and Love Film, the whole industry moved portable. Now smart phones, tablets and laptop computers can access all of the latest television shows and movies anywhere in the world. This major change also caused a shift in the creative process. Many new television shows and movies are now “download only”, which has helped independent production companies find distribution and exposed the world to even more material.

ADS Digital have compiled a detailed infographic covering the history of British television programming since the 1950s. From the timeline we can see just how much the British television industry has influenced the world.

Why Choose a Career in the Medical Field

March 13, 2014 by  
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Why Choose a Career in the Medical Field
There are many perks and benefits to working in any job related to the medical or healthcare industry. Here are several reasons why you should consider pursuing a career in the medical field.

Good compensation
A career in the healthcare industry would always be a lucrative opportunity. Due to the high demand for highly skilled health care workers, the earning potential will also remain high. The higher your skill sets are the better your pay becomes.

High demand – always.
There is never a shortage of demand for careers in the medical field. Every year, the demand for new doctors, nurses, medical equipment operators, midwives, dentists, even medical transcriptionists increase. You can be assured that there would always be a job for you in the medical industry.

Always exciting, Never boring
With the advent of new technology, the medical field is bombarded with lots of exciting new innovation and breakthroughs. There is always a cutting-edge technology in the medical field as well as new boundaries to test and discover. There is never a dull moment in a career in the medical industry and as long as you are committed to be a lifelong learner, you will always find something new.
Further, the learning in the healthcare industry never stops. You can always choose to pursue higher fields and become more specialized in certain fields.

Opportunity to touch lives and make an impact
Working in the medical industry means a chance to alter a life in one way or another. As a medical practitioner you deal directly or indirectly with life. It is in this industry that you can save lives by healing people and you can impact their families with what you do. No matter how seemingly small or menial your task is – be it dispensing medicines in the pharmacy, or transcribing a doctor’s notes or being the doctor himself – you are, in one way or another, connected to the life being saved or healed.

As a result, you’ll always feel needed when you are working in the medical industry. And consequently, caring for other people will bring about satisfaction and importance to your purpose in life.

Meet and interact with different people.
There would always be a wide variety and type of people you will encounter. They can be your patients or your peers. You will also encounter other healthcare professionals outside your peer circle like researchers, technology experts and scientists. With all the interaction happening, there is never a dull moment in the healthcare industry and the opportunity to forge friendships always abound.

One of the best ways to be at the forefront of the medical industry is to become part of a good learning institution capable of training you in the medical industry and Infotech Career College can help you on that path. They offer courses on pursuing a career in the medical field and can help you lay the foundations for a successful career in healthcare.

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