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Boris Žgomba, Uniline: Slavonia has the opportunity to become an attractive year-round destination

first_imgGiven its natural beauty, historical and cultural sights and eno-gastronomic specialties, it is time for Slavonia to start using tourist potentials more intensively and eventually grow into a year-round and attractive tourist destination. We have positive examples nearby, from Bavaria, Austria, Switzerland and Slovenia, and as for the tourist potential for year-round tourism in Slavonia, it is not questionable at all, the first question is whether we want, and then set it as a goal.And the time is right now, that’s why it was launched The initiative to hold the Days of Croatian Tourism in 2018 in Slavonia. An initiative that has raised and launched the entire tourism profession and has already succeeded in one of its most important missions – the media focus on the development of tourism in Slavonia and the continent, awakening tourism workers in Slavonia, encouraging tourist arrivals in Slavonia, and animating travel agencies to start selling tourist packages to Slavonia.In the meantime, various arrivals were made, both by private individuals and business entities that organized their team building programs in Slavonia instead of the sea. For this reason, the Management of Uniline, the leading Croatian tour operator, has decided to visit Osijek-Baranja and Vukovar-Srijem counties and consider the possibility of developing multi-day destination and daily excursion programs. “We chose Slavonia as the destination for our team building in order to give it business and social support considering our know-how and the sales channels we have at our disposal.” said Boris Žgomba, President of the Board of Uniline, Vice President of the European Association and National Associations of Political Agencies and Tour Operators, President of the Association of Travel Agencies at the Croatian Chamber of Commerce and a longtime member of the Croatian National Tourist Board.Thus, Uniline’s top management from Wednesday 11.10.2017. to Saturday 14.10.2017. to visit the wider area of ​​Beli Manastir, Vukovar and Osijek and talk to the representatives of these two counties and individual cities and the offices of the tourist boards of the mentioned counties and cities. By the way, Uniline, which also has the Europcar franchise in its portfolio, a rent a car operation with more than 1.200 vehicles in its fleet, is a leading Croatian tour operator that annually provides travel services to over 350 guests in Croatia and the region of Southeast Europe. .Uniline as a One stop travel companyBy entering into the management of sales processes and the entire hotel business (hotel management), the company is transformed into a complete business tourism group, that is, one stop travel company.With headquarters in Pula, a business center in Zagreb, branches throughout Croatia and offices in Slovenia, Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina, offices in China (Shanghai) and South Korea (Seoul) and offices in Japan and Thailand, the company has become a recognizable player in international scale. In recent years, a significant focus has been placed on the markets of the United States, Canada and Australia.Related news:GREAT NEWS FOR CROATIAN TOURISM! UNILINE OPENS OFFICE IN SEOOLUNILINE WANTS TO BECOME “ONE STOP SPORT TRAVEL COMPANY” ROBERT SEDLAR, UNILINE: GREAT SUPPORT FOR THE INITIATIVE STARTED BY UNILINE BECAUSE SLAVONIA HAS A LOT TO OFFER AND SHOWlast_img read more

Trevor Nance, Colin Reichenberger, Peyton Adams named outstanding WHS senior athletes

first_img Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comment (1) Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings Sort by: Date Rating Last Activity Loading comments… You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. +1 Vote up Vote down whsfan · 274 weeks ago Might look at this again, I believe both Colin and Trevor received 2015 Outstanding Male Athlete Award and in addition Colin received the Charles Wallace Track and Field Award for 2015. Congrats again to all these fine athletes for their dedicated years at WHS. Report Reply 0 replies · active 274 weeks ago Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Peyton AdamsSumner Newscow report — The 2014-15 Wellington High School senior outstanding male and female athletes were named this morning in the auditorium.Trevor Nance and Colin Reichenberger were named co-outstanding male athletes and Peyton Adams was named outstanding female athlete.Colin ReichenbergerReichenberger was also named the recipient of the 2015 Charles Wallace Track and Field award.The athletic awards program, presented through the Crusader Club, has been held before school starts the past three years due to the number of school events that has occurred during this time of the year.Nance is a three-sport athlete in football, basketball and baseball. Adams participated in tennis and basketball.Follow us on Twitter. Trevor Nancelast_img read more

YWCA Of Olympia Seeking Women Of Achievement

first_imgThe YWCA of Olympia is pleased to announce that nominations for their annual Women of Achievement Celebration are now being accepted. Past honorees have included Senator Maria Cantwell, Senator Karen Fraser, Governor Christine Gregoire, Hands On Children’s Museum Executive Director, Patty Belmonte, and Community Foundation of South Puget Sound Executive Director, Norma Schuiteman.The YWCA of Olympia will honor women throughout the South Sound who have inspired and shaped the community.  Nominees can demonstrate this work in any field, from family life to business, theater to engineering.  The agency hopes to honor women from diverse backgrounds and fields of interest.  Eligible Women of Achievement Honorees are:residents of the South Puget Sound region women who represent the YWCA’s key values of social justice, stewardship, community service, and leadership.Nominations are due to the YWCA by 5:00pm on Friday, August 24th.  Nomination forms can be obtained by calling the YWCA at 352-0593, sending an email to [email protected], or on the agency website at www.ywcaofolympia.org.Honorees will be formally announced to the community on September 14th.  The celebration gala, “Women Of Achievement: Going the Distance” will take place on Thursday, November 1st from 5:30-8:30 PM at the Red Lion Hotel Forest Ballroom. The event will also celebrate the 40th anniversary of Title IX, a law passed in 1972 that requires gender equality for boys and girls in every athletic and educational program that receives federal funding.  The event is open to the public and tickets are available by contacting the YWCA of Olympia at 352-0593.For more information about Women of Achievement, contact Cherie Reeves Sperr, Event Coordinator at 352-0593 or [email protected] the YWCA of OlympiaEstablished in 1945, the YWCA of Olympia offers responsive programs and services to meet the needs of women, girls and families.  We are inspiring a new generation to become strong leaders and advocates for opportunity and equity for all women.  The YWCA of Olympia strives to empower women and eliminate racism through education, advocacy, service and leadership opportunities.The YWCA has worked to change history—from civil rights to women’s rights, from advocacy for women’s health care to an end to violence against women and girls.The YWCA is the voice for every woman. We speak out and take action on behalf of women and girls. The YWCA and our members and volunteers contribute time, talent, tenacity and financial support for the betterment of all women in our community. Facebook3Tweet0Pin0center_img women who have demonstrated inspiring and outstanding involvement in our community, and serve as an excellent role modellast_img read more

Sadness In Halls of Mother Teresa School With News of Impending…

first_imgSome Talk of Bringing the School Back, Or Going CharterBy Joseph SapiaATLANTIC HIGHLANDS – Mother Teresa Regional School, a Roman Catholic Diocese of Trenton elementary school, is winding down its tenth – and final –year.On Jan. 15, the diocese announced it is closing the school because of declining enrollment and financial difficulties.“The rumors have been going around for some time,” said Alton W. Drake II, president of the school’s board.There is talk of somehow rejuvenating the school – approaching the diocese to reconsider or maybe even forming a charter school, Drake said.Either option seems a dream. Talking to the diocese means talking to the entity ordering the school closed and forming a charter school is a time-consuming process that would mean the school could not reopen until at least the 2017-2018 school year.Now, the school – which has 122 students in pre-kindergarten to 8th grade – is looking to help its students find new schools and its staff to find jobs, said Principal Thomas Sorci.“Our main concern was students,” Sorci said. “We wanted to make sure the (other) Catholic schools accommodate our kids.”Mother Teresa students can transfer to Holy Cross School, Rumson; St. Leo the Great in Lincroft, and St. Mary in Middletown; St. Benedict, Holmdel; and St. James, Red Bank.Thomas Sorci, principal of Mother Teresa Regional School in Atlantic Highlands, on the telephone in the school’s main office.“Some of the kids have looked at schools,” Sorci said. “Some of the families have decided where they want to go. Some have given up on Catholic education.”Area public schools are strong, so there will be positive education, Sorci said. But if the children go to public schools, they will “miss the Catholic element,” he said.Eighth grader Ryan Kennedy started at Mother Teresa in pre-kindergarten. He has never known another school. “I’m upset, I practically grew up here,” Ryan said. “Practically, this is my second family.”Next year, Ryan will attend Middletown High School South.“We’re the last graduating eighth grade class,” said Hannah Kahane, 14, who is going off to St. John Vianney High School in Holmdel.“Second is our teachers,” Sorci said. “I’ve written recommendations for every teacher that’s asked me.”“I’m so sad about it,” said art teacher Connie Jamele, 36. “I’ve worked at a lot of different schools, (but) I’ve never seen another school with that sense of community. I keep asking, ‘Is there anything I can do?’”Even the principal will be looking for work.“I have a lot of energy left,” said Sorci, 62, who assumed his post just two years ago. “I’d like to spend it in a Catholic school.”The school has a staff of about 15 full-time and 10 part-time staff, of which about three-quarters are teachers.Students and teachers looking for places to move to next year may hurt the school’s chances for a possible reopening.Kristina Pascucci, vice president of the Parent-Teacher Association at Mother Teresa Regional School in Atlantic Highlands, foreground, and Liz Clayton, PTA president, set up ice cream for students in the school cafeteria. Each has two children at the school. Photo: Joseph SapiaAs Liz Clayton, 38, mother of two children at the school and its Parent-Teacher Association president, said, “I think if it doesn’t happen right away, it’s not feasible because everyone’s going to have found a new home.”And moving to another Catholic school, in this age of Catholic school mergers and closings, is no guarantee of a child completing his or her Catholic education.“Some of them (parents) have been through it before,” school secretary Kelly Condon, 47, mother of two Mother Teresa students.Mother Teresa, itself, formed as a result of five elementary schools closing: St. Agnes, which previously occupied the building; Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Highlands; St. Ann, Keansburg; Holy Family, Union Beach-Hazlet; and St. Catherine Laboure, Middletown.The school, according to Sorci, generally maintained a balanced annual budget of $950,000, about one-third from tuition and about two-thirds through the support of its sponsor parishes: Our Lady of Perpetual Help-St. Agnes, St. Ann, St. Catherine Laboure and Holy Family.“We’re doing our part,” Clayton said. “I feel like we worked so hard and the diocese doesn’t care.”PTA President Clayton, Kristina Pascucci, 37, and Joanna Mass, 42, all mothers of two children in the school, hope to keep their kids in a Catholic school.But the school hit its minimum ideal enrollment of 220, set by the diocese, only once, in its first school year of 2006-2007, Sorci said.A diocesan press release announcing the closing attributed it to declining enrollment and financial strains by some of the supporting parishes. Diocesan spokeswoman Rayanne Bennett said the diocese had no comment beyond the press release.Sorci attributed enrollment decline to families being financially impacted and temporarily uprooted in 2012’s Super Storm Sandy, along with the school being high-risk for closing.“There was an uncertainty, ‘Why should we put our child in a school that could close?’” Sorci said.Another problem, Sorci said, was geographic location: Raritan Bay to the north, Atlantic Ocean to the east, meaning there was not a great radius to recruit Catholic children of elementary school age.School Board President Drake, meanwhile, retains hope to keep Mother Teresa or an offshoot going.“There’s a lot of excitement about closing the door and opening another door,” Drake said. “It’s important to gather our thoughts.“We have to be tactful,” Drake said. “Everybody calm down” – and, then, maybe approach the diocese.“We’ve discussed charter,” Drake said. “That’s a possibility.”The process to form a charter school, which uses public money, must be approved by the state Department of Education. A charter school, assuming everything went smoothly, could not be put in place until at least the 2017-2018 school year, said David Saenz Jr., an education department spokesman.Off the table is forming a privately operated Catholic school because the money is not there, Drake said.National Catholic Schools Week is Sunday, Jan. 31, to Saturday, Feb. 6. – and was being celebrated at Mother Teresa.“It’s just that we’re not going to open next year,” said Sorci. “It’s sad.”last_img read more

Saints add another piece to defending BCIHL Champions

first_imgThe Selkirk College Saints added some toughness to the blueline following the announcment that David Mead of Conklin, NY has inked a playing commitment to join the defending B.C. Intercollegiate Hockey League champions in September.The 20-year old Mead joins the Saints following a long junior hockey career that concluded with the North American Hockey League’s Wenatchee Wild in the spring.“David is a big, rugged defenceman who is going to bring a great deal of experience and leadership to our blueline,” said Saints head coach Jeff Dubois in a statement.“He also adds a physical dimension that we’ve looked to fill during our offseason recruiting. From everything I’ve heard from his previous coach in Wenatchee, David is a high-character individual and a popular teammate. I’m looking forward to him stepping in and playing a key role for our team next season.” Mead began his junior career in 2008 with the Ontario Hockey League’s Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds.He spent two seasons with the Greyhounds, posting six assists and 68 penalty minutes in 88 regular season games. He went on to spend the 2010/11 and 2011/12 campaigns in the United States Hockey League with the Omaha Lancers and Fargo Force respectively.Last season in Wenatchee with the Wild, Mead helped to the team to a Western Division championship and a birth in the league’s Robertson Cup Championship.In 49 games with the Wild, Mead scored three goals and accumulated 10 points and 154 penalty minutes while serving as one of the team’s assistant captains.Overall, the 6-foot-1, 220-pound blueliner totaled four goals, 15 assists and 305 penalty minutes over five seasons of junior hockey in the OHL, USHL and NAHL.Mead plans to study a mix of Business Administration and Golf Course Management once at Selkirk.“I’m really looking forward to joining a well-established hockey program and helping to continue the commitment to excellence the Saints have established,” said Mead, who describes himself as a physical, stay-at-home defenceman with good vision and some offensive flair ‘that shows up from time to time’.“I’m excited for the opportunity to get a great education from a college with a hands-on curriculum. On the ice, I’d like to help the team win another BCIHL championship while providing leadership and a team-first attitude.” Mead is the fifth defenceman and 10th player overall to commit to the Saints for the 2013/14 season. He joins forwards Darnell Dyck (Langley, BCHL), Markus McCrea (Youngstown, USHL) and Garrett Kucher (Osoyoos, KIJHL), blueliners Stefan Gonzales (Aldergrove, PJHL), Arie Postmus (Beaver Valley, KIJHL), Ryan Procyshyn (Delta, PJHL) and Tanner Lenting (North Delta, PJHL) and goaltenders Myles Hovdebo (LaRonge, SJHL) and Aaron Oakley (Abbotsford, PJHL).last_img read more


first_imgGardai are investigating a vicious knife attack during which a young man was stabbed in the head, arm and back.The frenzied attack happened outside a nightclub in Gaoth Dobhair in the early hours of Sunday morning.The 21 year old victim received 14 stitches after he was rushed to hospital. It is understood the knife wounds missed a number of the man’s major arteries by inches.The man has since been released and is his condition is understood to be stable.A Garda source said a full investigation has been launched into the brutal attack.“This was a very serious attack and a full investigation is underway. “This man was lucky that he only escaped with 14 stitches – it could have been much worse.“The fact that someone brought a knife on their person and used it in this manner is very worrying,” he said. MAN HAS LUCKY ESCAPE AFTER FRENZIED KNIFE ATTACK was last modified: February 14th, 2012 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Gaoth DobhairGardaiknife attackstitcheslast_img read more

A’s add former Twins outfielder on one-year deal

first_imgThe switch-hitting Grossman batted .271 with five home runs and 48 RBIs in 129 games with the Minnesota Twins last season. He split time between both corner outfield spots, playing 52 games in right and 34 in left.What likely piqued … MESA, Ariz. — It was already looking like there might not be enough spots available for the many outfielders when the A’s opened up camp, and now another will be added to the mix.The A’s have reportedly agreed to terms on a one-year deal with Robbie Grossman.last_img read more

A doctor to heal the earth

first_img“The participants made an effort to inspire and educate individuals, schools, communities, corporate South Africa and policymakers to consider the environment and the challenges that we face as a nation and indeed as a continent,” says Ella Bella Constantinides Leite, director of Miss Earth South Africa. (Image: Miss Earth South Africa)With a passion for people, planet and health, it is no surprise that Nozipho Magagula was announced as the 2016 Miss Earth South Africa at a gala dinner at Montecasino, that honoured the finalists and ambassadors for the environmental and community work done over this year.The 4th year Medicine student has been hard at work balancing her studies and responsibilities as a finalist and has proven that if you want something done, giving it to a busy person, is a good idea.Announced as the 2016 ambassador, she will go on to represent South Africa at the international Miss Earth event next month in the Philippines, as the focus turns to Eco Tourism.The gala evening was attended by Minister of Tourism, Derek Hanekom who has been an avid supporter of the community work done by the Miss Earth South Africa leadership programme.This young woman is set for an exciting year of work and community engagement across the country and globe. Born in Atteridgeville, West of Pretoria, Magagula is determined to use the year that lies ahead as an opportunity to make an impact, not only on schools and communities, but within the medical sphere as well.She says her long term plan is to go into public health and family healthcare as these have a deep sense of community and the social impact that can be made is huge and she is resolute on using her love for medicine and her platform as Miss Earth South Africa 2016, to leave a legacy.Ella Bella Constantinides Leite, Director of the programme said; “It’s rewarding to see the growth and influence of the Miss Earth South Africa programme, over a period of more than twelve years.“We aim to continue to empower young women with the knowledge and platform to create a sustainable difference in our plight to combat the destruction of our natural heritage.”It has been an intense few months for the finalists who have been hard at work, with a mission to change the perception and understanding of waste through the 2016 campaign #WasteStopsWithME which was launched earlier this year with partners Pikitup and the City of Johannesburg.#WasteStopsWithME was executed through many different kinds of projects, campaigns and events.These young women met with pickers in their communities, the staff working at landfill sites and those that depend on sorting recyclables from landfills just to survive.The challenges we face on waste are immense and these young women took up the challenge and working closely with the Pikitup teams on the ground they moved across the breadth and width of this sprawling city of Johannesburg to talk to people, influence behaviour change and to start conversations and discussions with corporate partners and stakeholders alike.Finalists have been staying at the Tsogo Sun, Palazzo Hotel, in Johannesburg for the past week where they got to share their community work with an esteemed panel of judges, unpacking their commitment and hunger to leave green footprints in their cities across the country.Finalists were joined by the Tsogo Sun team in Diepsloot last week as they installed a Vegetable Tunnel with Nedbank, for student at Muzomuhle Primary School and did a clean-up around the school as part of their #WasteStopsWithME campaign.Ella Bella also said, “The finalists demonstrated clear leadership qualities, creative thinking, strength of mind and of character, and most importantly, a passion for making a sustainable difference in their communities.“The programme has been exciting and challenging and, whilst ensuring that these young women have made an impact on the communities around them, they have also delivered a service and compassion.“The participants made an effort to inspire and educate individuals, schools, communities, corporate South Africa and policymakers to consider the environment and the challenges that we face as a nation and indeed as a continent.”The evening was hosted by young up and coming South African comedian, Lihle Msimang, who added her comic flavour to the evening featuring an impressive guest list including UN dignitaries, South African actresses such as Kgomotso Christopher, Khabonina, Maps Maponyane and Yvonne Chaka amongst others.The group of winners included Jeanine Keet, as first runner up, second runner up Elne Coller, and third runner up Mireesha Narsai.The four winners are joined by their official ambassadors for the year, Mandisa Mqolombeni, Hasesha Naidu and Annie Kirsten.The organisation is endorsed by the Department of Environmental Affairs and Department of Tourism with Minister Molewa stating that; “Through your work locally and internationally, you continue to make our country proud.“I wish you success in the future and thank you for partnering with government and business, to make a better world.”Executive Director of Miss Earth South Africa, Catherine Constantinides said; “Climate Change will be the biggest challenge we face in our lifetimes, and it’s up to us to realize that we will be the catalysts for change that will push our countries towards a greener tomorrow.“Planting a tree might seem like a simple act, but in effect it’s about being part of a global movement to secure a future for the generations to come.”SA’s green girl goes home with a very special prize package including a fully paid for international trip to the Philippines next month where she will represent the country and the work of the organisation.The programme is proud to work throughout the year with Pikitup and the City of Johannesburg alongside Tsogo Sun, the official home and venue partner of Miss Earth South Africa, and strategic partners SAPPI and Newsclip Media Monitoring.last_img read more

Ohio Soybean Council Foundation offers $44,000 in scholarships

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest The Ohio Soybean Council Foundation (OSCF) is pleased to announce scholarship opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students for the 2018-2019 academic year.The scholarship program encourages undergraduate and graduate students at Ohio colleges and universities to pursue degrees in one of the many academic fields that support the future of the soybean industry including agriculture, business, communication, economics, education, engineering, science and technology.“The field of agriculture, specifically the soybean industry, is thriving and will continue to do so with the next generation of leaders,” said Jeff Magyar, Ohio soybean farmer from Ashtabula County who serves on the OSCF selection committee.The OSCF scholarship program is now in its 11th year and is proud to support those who are making a difference and advancing the soybean industry.” 2018-2019 undergraduate scholarshipsSix undergraduate scholarships of up to $3,000 each will be awarded. In addition, one $3,000 FLM Harvest Excellence in Communications Scholarship, which was founded to provide resources to young people with a passion for agricultural and business communication will be awarded. Also available to one undergraduate student is a $3,000 Robinson W. Joslin Scholarship, which was established to recognize a student who has demonstrated outstanding leadership potential. Lastly, one undergraduate student is eligible for a $5,000 Bhima Vijayendran Scholarship, named to honor Dr. Vijayendran’s contributions to the soybean industry through his scientific research and commercialization activities at Battelle. This scholarship was founded to support those pursuing a degree related to science, technology or soybean research.Eligible majors include biology, biochemistry, bioengineering, molecular biology, chemistry, engineering, biotechnology, bioenergy, biofuels, food science, crop science, environmental science, agricultural communications, agricultural business, agricultural education or any of the agricultural disciplines or related fields. 2018-2019 graduate scholarshipsThree scholarships of up to $5,000 each are available to graduate students who are enrolled as a full-time student at an Ohio college or university and have proof of legal residency in the United States.Applicants must be conducting research in bioproducts, biobased materials, biotechnology, bioengineering, biopolymers or a related field, and focused on advancing the soybean industry.The deadline for undergraduate and graduate applications is Jan. 12, 2018.All OSCF scholarships will be competitively awarded with funds paid directly to the educational institution. Scholarships are not renewable, although recipients may reapply. For more information and to download the scholarship applications, visit the Ohio Soybean Council Foundation at www.soyohio.org/scholarship.last_img read more

Blackmagic Announces DaVinci Resolve 12

first_imgBlackmagic does it again!  We’ve got the latest info on DaVinci Resolve 12 and the 80+ new features.Blackmagic Design is once again having a busy NAB. Word quickly came that there were three cameras on their way in the Blackmagic Micro, Ursa Mini, and possible Pocket Camera upgrade. Continuing with this rush of information from NAB 2015, Blackmagic has just announced the release of DaVinci Resolve 12 which boasts over 80 new features for professional level editing and grading.Improved InterfaceThe first update has been made to the interface. This new interface includes a lighter color scheme with a new font set. This was done to help make long working sessions easier on the eyes with less strain. The interface is also scalable and has been designed with DPI monitors in mind. Workspaces are now more flexible with the addition of top down menu navigation, which work toward a more customizable layout.Multi-Cam EditingNewly added to Resolve 12 is the multi-cam editing feature which allows editors to cut programs from multiple sources. Resolve can also sync the camera angles based on timecode, in and out points, or audio waveforms. Blackmagic Design states that the source monitor will display a grid, which will contain the different camera angles that play back in sync while the editor can make cuts to the audio.Powerful New Media Management ToolsDaVinci Resolve 12 boasts several new media management tools that are specifically tailored to editorial workflows. Among these new powerful tools are the ability to oversee projects and media through the new “copy, move, transcode, relink, and consolidate tools.”  Projects and media can now also be archived and restored in a matter of moments. Lastly, DaVinci Resolve 12 creates smart bins based on meta tags generated by the user and it also allows these users to import media simply by dragging it from the Finder or Windows Explorer.“We’ve built in the features customers have been asking for…” Grant Petty, CEO, Blackmagic Design.Enhanced Core Editing ToolsThere have been several enhancements to the editing tools as well. Resolve 12 extends trim modes, multi-slip, slide, ripple and roll to aid your workflow. You can now utilize nesting, which aids editors when working with multi scene projects. Lastly, improvements have been made to transition curves which allow editors to customize curves for transition parameters.New Professional Audio EngineAudio is an important part of the editing process and now Blackmagic Design has upped their game with Resolve 12 by adding a new high performance audio engine. This new engine boasts higher sample rates and enhanced real-time playback, including tape-style slow motion scrubbing and reverse playback. Audio plug-ins and custom interfaces can be used on specific clips or entire tracks.A New Way to Color GradeResolve has and always will be a color grading software before anything else and now Blackmagic has added some new incredible tools specifically for colorists. Added support for color managed timelines and ACES 1.0 transforms make things much easier for your workflow and the core grading and color correction tools have been improved with better interfaces. A 3D perspective tracker and 3D keyer have also been added to the tool chest to help improve your options. Lastly, colorists can make use of collapsable nodes, ripple grades, pre and post-group grades, and smart filters.Better Integration with other NLEsResolve 12 can now integrate better with other NLEs and “round trip” to these other softwares by preserving settings, plug-ins, and edits. Here is an example given directly from Blackmagic:“…when importing XMLs from Final Cut Pro X, DaVinci Resolve 12 can now import multi-cam clips and preserve all the original camera angles. Also, audio support is greatly improved to match the audio timeline in Final Cut Pro X. This makes collaborative workflows better and allows different people in a facility to use the tools they prefer instead of being forced into an inflexible company wide platform.”Availability and PriceDaVinci Resolve 12 will be available in July. It will be free of charge for all current DaVinci Resolve customers.Want to stay up to date with everything going on at NAB 2015? Check out a few of the following resources:DJI Releases the Ronin-M: lightweight and lower-priced – PremiumbeatNAB 2015 Announcement: The Blackmagic URSA Mini – PremiumBeatThe Super16 RAW Blackmagic Micro Camera is Here! – PremiumbeatWhat are your thoughts on the new updates to DaVinci Resolve 12? Let us know in the comments below.last_img read more