Charge! is an American digital broadcast television network, owned by the Sinclair Television Group subsidiary of the Sinclair Broadcast Group and operated by the MGM Television division of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. The network features action- and adventure-based programming sourced from the MGM television and film library; the network is available via a website stream for mobile devices. Broadcast networks. Charge is available via streaming services, Sinclair Broadcast Group had put three digital broadcast television networks on the air; the first was with MGM, the science-fiction network Comet, launched in October 2015. American Sports Network, Sinclair's sports programming arm, was broadened to include full network operations on January 11, 2016. Sinclair started TBD, a network targeting millennial audiences, which commenced operations on February 13, 2017 in a soft launch. Charge! was formally announced by Sinclair and MGM on January 17, 2017. The network debuted on February 28, 2017. Stations carrying The Works replaced the network with Charge.
Programming on Charge! is sourced from MGM's library of films and TV series, expressed by Sinclair's press release announcing the launch as "one of the deepest libraries of premium action-themed content in the world." Titles indicated as airing on Charge! include the TV series In the Heat of the Night and The Magnificent Seven, the Rocky and James Bond film series, other motion pictures including Platoon and Dances with Wolves. Ring of Honor Wrestling, the weekly professional wrestling television series produced by the Sinclair-affiliated promotion Ring of Honor, began airing on the network from July 9, 2017; the series was syndicated to sibling broadcast network Comet. At its outset, Sinclair slated the launch of Charge! to take place on digital subchannels of stations it owns or operates. Other Sinclair stations will add Charge! during Spring 2017, Sinclair will continue to offer the network to stations outside its geographic footprint. As of February 12, 2019, there are 56 affiliates of which 49 have the network on the air and 7 that have committed to broadcasting the network.
The 2010 Internationaux de Strasbourg was a tennis tournament played on outdoor clay court. It was the 24th edition of the Internationaux de Strasbourg, was part of the International-level tournaments of the 2010 WTA Tour, it took place at the Centre Sportif de Hautepierre in Strasbourg, from 17 May until 22 May 2010. Seedings are based on the rankings of May 10, 2010; the following players received wildcards into the main draw: Maria Sharapova Pauline Parmentier Virginie Razzano Kristina MladenovicThe following players received entry from the qualifying draw: Dia Evtimova Maria Elena Camerin Mariana Duque Mariño Sorana CîrsteaThe following player received the lucky loser spot: Stéphanie Foretz Maria Sharapova def. Kristina Barrois, 7–5, 6–1 Alizé Cornet / Vania King def. Alla Kudryavtseva / Anastasia Rodionova, 3–6, 6–4, Official website
A moot hall is a meeting or assembly building, traditionally to decide local issues. In Anglo-Saxon England, a low ring-shaped earthwork served as a moot hill or moot mound, where the elders of the hundred would meet to take decisions; some of these acquired permanent buildings, known as moot halls. However, many moot halls are on new sites within settlements. There are moot halls in: Aldeburgh Appleby-in-Westmorland Brampton Colchester Daventry Elstow Hexham Holton le Moor Keswick Newcastle upon Tyne Steeple Bumpstead Maldon, Essex Mansfield Monnington on Wye Wirksworth, There are Moot hills Dagenham Godalming Central Milton Keynes various sites in Wiltshire Kilmacolm Barony and Castle of Giffen, North Ayrshire, Scotland. Lambroughton, North Ayrshire, Scotland. Lawthorn, North Ayrshire, Scotland. Godalming Kgotla Mead hall Meeting house Thing Witenagemot Moot Hall Elstow, Bedford Secklow Hundred, Milton Keynes Six Hills Moot, Leicestershire