Queens of Drama is about to get things Started on POP

Soap opera fans get ready because a reality based soap opera program is about to hit the airwaves. Queens of Drama is a reality based television show that features previous soap opera stars who ban together to operate their own soap opera company. The show is scripted but the stars also get to react to certain situations based off their own personalities. This means that there is no telling what the stars will do when they are thrown in certain situations and have to deal with each others issues.

Crystal Hunt is one of the major stars on this program and she is a former soap opera star who made her mark during the 2000s. Since that time she has been working hard to build up her career and her business. Hunt owns a pet boutique in her hometown of Clearwater, Florida. Her enterprise is doing very well and she is branching off into other endeavors.

Hunt is an actress first and foremost but she also a producer. Dania Ramirez is a very good friend of Crystal Hunt. Both of the ladies have collaborated over a film project called Talbot county. This is an old Alfred Hitchcock horror movie about a werewolf. This film has yet to make it to theaters but was in production in 2015, and Metacritic posts continued updates.

Hunt is not the only former soap star on the program. Lindsay Hartley, Crystal Hunt, Venessa Marcil, Chrystee Pharris, Hunter Tylo, Donna Mills, Renee Elise Goldsberry and Bree Williamsom. All of these former soap stars have come together to provide the drama that soap opera fans come to love. Not only do the stars appear on the program as themselves but they also play alternate characters. This program even features special guest stars such as Joan Collins.

The ladies go through a series of problems and situations that is related to the television show industry. On the program they want to produce their own show with their own studio. The ladies have personality clashes, affairs with their lovers and lots of drama with each other. Cat fights are common, fussing is a norm and the drama never ends.

Queens of drama comes on the POP network and it first debuted in April of 2015. Many people did not know about this program but it is slowly gaining viewership. There is a second season that is scheduled to be aired in April of 2016. A lot of viewers are expected to tune it and watch the drama as it unfolds.

Eucatex Continues To Make Environmental Progress

Flavio Maluf is a man interested in technology. He recently talked about it a school in Brazil. As young people are increasingly involved with devices such as cellular phones and other things this is an important feature. So Maluf believes there is good and bad about technological devices.

Maluf is a mechanical engineer and is President of companies Eucatex and Grand Food. He is from Sao Paolo Brazil. Maluf invested in the merger of Pfizer and Allergan. The two companies will invest in drug research together. From his Twitter Maluf believes that Pfizer has made strong investments in cancer research and diabetes and Allergan has made investments in woman’s aesthics and eyes.

The reverse merger allows transfer of operations to Ireland and savings on Taxes according to Maluf. US analysts believe as development of a law is critical to stop this. Maluf is therefore involved in pharmaceutical mergers as well as technology. Maluf is the head of Eucatex and involved in financial operations. The market reacted well to the Pfizer Allergan merger, and Maluf was an investor in this. Pfizer had previously tried to buy Astra Zeneca and failed. Allergan is the company responsible for created Botox. Pfizer produces Cebralat, Lipitor, Zoloft and Viagra.

On the technology front, Maluf wants to use technology and to aid teachers and students alike. Maluf wants to go help students make the full use of technology and belives there could be a great upside. He wants technology to become normal.

Maluf has also comments on movies on facebook, regarding the financial world and the stock market. He believes that the 2010 Movie Inside Job is about the 2008 financial downturn. This movie is part of a trend of Hollywood movies concerning the financial markets and its interesting that a figure like Malouf is also interested in this area and comments on it.

Quadruple Threat Jon Urbana (and counting)

If you’ve ever seen a lacrosse game you know it’s fast. Shifts from side to side happen quickly and there is some serious contact in this sport. It’s not unlike the life of Jon Urbana.

This isn’t a man that sits around with a lot of time to spare. Jon has a deep love and appreciation for the arts. As a photographer his work shows a recognition of what is beautiful. From a young Twitter user¬†working tediously on a sand sculpture beyond words to a sunset, his photographs allow you to feel as if you were there when it was taken. On the music front Jon has a following on Tumblr of his electronic fused remix music (https://soundcloud.com/jonurbana). It’s funky, fun, and another side to this multi dimensional man.

Jon Urbana played for the Villanova Wildcats and was awarded Colonial Athletic Association’s Defensive Player of the Year in 2004. He played fast and hard. Nowadays Jon Urbana is the founder of Next Level Lacrosse Camp in Colorado. His mission is to teach kids using some of the best lacrosse players on the scene. The camps are set up to work with each child and where they want to go in the sport. Rated as the top camp in Colorado, Next Level is Jon Urbana’s love of lacrosse coming back two fold.

Jon Urbana’s charity work is yet another passion. Jon believes that leaving this earth better than how we came to it is an important message to send. He supports Earth Force, a movement that gets people to work on their own local environments. As he says on Facebook, Jon Urbana believes in putting an emphasis on the natural beauty of our earth.

Jon Urbana Supports Earth Force, A New Fundraiser from Jon Urbana on Vimeo.

So what do you do when you’ve played professional sports, dabbled in the arts, and done charity work – well you fly! Urbana has met or exceeded all the standards established by the FAA. He has even been recognized by the FAA and added to the database for the FAA’s Airmen Certification Database. When you look at all that Jon Urbana has accomplished it’s hard to imagine where he goes from here.

FreedomPop Raised another $50 million

FreedomPop is a startup company that is trying to break the mold of most cellular carriers and provide people with an alternative to paying mobile service companies. FreedomPop essentially would disrupt some mobile service providers profits because it would allow people to use mobile devices freely with out having to pay additional charges.

FreedomPop had a recent addition to their already large following and available startup capital. The latest numbers show that the startup has managed to secure an additional 50 million dollars that would go to expanding the service to other countries.

The FreedomPop service would cost $49.99 usd initially to connect to the free wifi hotspot, but this is little in comparison to the amount that it would cost for data on a normal mobile contract and could be used without additional fees in over 25 countries and offer a sim card for $10 that would allow people to make phone calls and connect to data throughout Europe.

The Startup will not divulge the name of its main investor. But the CEO of FreedomPop admits the investor is a very large well connected financial player. in addition to other private investors.

The numbers alone show a definite want and or need for this type of service. I look forward to seeing how it evolves and what kind of good changes it would bring to the mobile platform.

The estimated funding that has been raised so far is around 109 million dollars or more. The startup raised 30 million dollars from investors such as intel in the first round of investments and there are most likely more to come their way.

FreedomPop plans to start the service first in the United States, United Kingdom, France, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, Austria, Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Sweden, Finland, Norway, Denmark, Ireland, Portugal, Greece, Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, Croatia, Romania, Bulgaria and also the Czech Republic. Asia, Latin America as well as another 40 other countries reportedly would be added by the end of the year.