Edward H. Coley

Edward Huntington Coley was bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Central New York, serving from 1936 to 1942. Coley was born on August 22, 1861 in Westville, the son of James Edward Coley and Mary Gray Huntington. In 1884 he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from Yale University while in 1887 he graduated in theology from Berkeley Division School, he was awarded a Doctor of Sacred Theology by Syracuse University in 1912, a Doctor of Divinity from Berkeley Divinity School in 1924 and another one from Hamilton College in 1942. He was ordained deacon in 1887 and priest in 1888. First he served a curate of St John's Church in Stamford, Connecticut between 1887 and 1888. In 1888 he became rector of Christ Church in Georgia. A year he became rector of St Mary's Church in South Manchester, where he remained till 1893, he went back to St John's Church in Stamford, Connecticut to serve as assistant rector. Between 1897 and 1924 he was rector of Calvary Church in New York. Coley was elected Suffragan Bishop of Central New York on May 14, 1924 and was consecrated on October 7, 1924 by Presiding Bishop Ethelbert Talbot.

On May 6, 1936, he was elected Bishop of Central New York. He retired on July 1, 1942. "The Consecration of Bishop Coley" in The Living Church, October 18, 1924, p. 786. "Edward H. Coley, Bishop" in The Living Church, June 19, 1949, pp. 21–22

MCM (TV channel)

MCM is a French music video TV channel owned by Groupe MCM. It was started in 1989 by Groupe Europe 1 following the MTV model, as the French version of MTV. MCM broadcasts three encrypted music TV channels "MCM France", "MCM Pop" and "MCM Top" as part of the "CanalSat France" subscription TV package from the Astra 19.2°E cluster of direct-to-home broadcast satellites at the 19.2 degrees East orbital position. From 2001 – 2003, MCM broadcast in Thailand, operated by local licensee Broadcast Network Thailand playing a mix of alternative and electronica music, hosted by a variety of bilingual VJs speaking Thai and English, including Sara Malakul, Kipsan Beck and Fah Chanika Sucharitkul. Since 2013 the High Council of Audiovisual published the authorization of the new positioning of the initial programming of the MCM channel, towards a more male audience between 15 and 34 years. From 1989, there have been six different logos for this channel; the first logo of channel is used from 1989 to 1991, the second logo is used from 1991 to 1998, the third logo is used from 1998 to 2001, the fourth logo is used from 2001 to 2005, the fifth logo is used from 2005 to 2007, the sixth and current logo is in use from 2007.

From 1990 to 1995, the digital on-screen graphic was located on the upper left corner of the screen. From 1995 onwards, it has been moved to the upper right corner of the screen and dropped from upper left corner. Official website