Junior Declan Sullivan dies in accident

first_imgJunior Declan Sullivan died Wednesday when a film tower fell over during football practice. He was 20. The accident happened around 4:50 p.m. at the LaBar Practice Complex, located on the southeast side of campus, according to a University press release. Sullivan was a resident of Fisher Hall. He was filming a football practice at the LaBar Practice Complex as part of his job for the Department of Athletics’ video crew. Sullivan was a writer for The Observer and frequently contributed to the Scene section. University President Fr. John Jenkins notified students in an e-mail Wednesday night. “No words can convey the shock and grief we all are experiencing. Declan was a well-liked, bright and enthusiastic film and marketing student and a valued member of the Notre Dame family. His death is a tremendous loss that will be felt very deeply and we share in your grief during this incredibly difficult time,” Jenkins said. Sullivan was filming from a hydraulic scissorlift when the incident occurred. He was transported to Memorial Hospital in South Bend, where he later died. “We are deeply saddened by this tragic loss,” Jenkins said in an earlier statement. “Our hearts go out to the student’s family and friends and our prayers and profound sympathies are with them during this incredibly difficult time. The loss of someone so young is a terrible shock and a great sadness. Our entire community shares in the family’s grief.” The cause of the accident is being investigated. The University will gather tomorrow for a Mass of Remembrance at the Basilica of the Sacred Heart at 10 p.m.last_img read more

Premier Sports How to watch La Liga and Serie A football

first_imgEleven Sports UK snuck under the noses of BT Sport and Sky Sports to wrestle Serie A and La Liga rights respectively from the British broadcast giants last year, but with underwhelming subscriber figures, the streaming upstart has relinquished the rights to the Spanish La Liga, the Italian Serie A and Dutch Eredivisie leagues to Premier Sports.So where can you get Premier Sports TV, what matches are available and how much does it cost? We’ve got the details you need to get started.Related: Best VPNPremier Sports − PriceThere are a number of ways to get a Premier Sports TV package. New customers joining via the Sky platform can get access to Premier Sports 1 and 2 for £9.99/month with the first month free. This is, of course, on top of the amount you pay for your Sky subscription.Or you could opt for a £99 season ticket, saving you £21 per year in comparison to subbing each month. According the Premier Sports site, you don’t need to be a Sky HD customer to get Premier HD channels, you just need to own a Sky HD box.Considering the Sky HD box has been phased by the Sky Q service, if you’re a Sky Q owner we’d assume you’ll receive HD pictures as standard (but not 4K).Multi-room viewing is possible, although you’ll need to invest in Sky Q Mini boxes to make it work. Subscriptions for multi-room must be sorted over the phone, which sounds archaic to us. That amounts to another £1/month per box.Subscribers to Virgin can purchase a Premier Sports subscription for £9.99/month on top of their existing bundle. If you’d prefer to go straight to the source, there’s a Premier Player rolling contract option for £9.99/month.If you want access to the full season of content from each sport, then it’s £11.99/month. For Sky users, access to previous content is another £2 on top of the monthly price. Premier Sports is currently not available on BT Sport.Premier Sports − Free trialAccording to the Premier Sports website, a free trial is available for Sky subscribers or those who watch via the Premier Player. The offer of a free month does not apply to Virgin customers.You can cancel your subscription at any time, but Premier Sports advises that customers should cancel at least five working days before the next card payment, and 15 working days for direct debit users.Cancelling on the Sky platform requires a call to 0333 003 3773. For Premier Player users, you’ll need to email support@premiersports.com. For Virgin users, contact Virgin directly.Premier Sports − Live footballPremier Sports intends to show, four La Liga games per round, six Serie A matches per week and, rather vaguely, the “biggest” matches from the Eredivisie. Select matches will be shown live.How to watch Premier Sports onlineFor those not subscribing to Sky and Virgin, the Premier Player is your choice for online viewing.The service includes a seven-day catch-up service allowing you to “watch any live or delayed event from the previous week”.Maximum resolution is HD and it’s viewable on “all major devices” from iOS to Android and PCs. If you are a Sky subscriber, the Premier Player is bundled in for free. To watch via a browser, up-to-date versions of Chrome and Firefox are recommended.Premier Sports − AppThere’s an Android app and an iOS app available for Premier Player. The website recommends you sign up to the Player website before downloading the app through the Apple and Google Play stores.Premier Sports websitePremier Sports iOS appPremier Sports Android appThe Premier Player does not officially support playback on Kindle Fire devices, but there is a workaround for Kindle Fire HD. For more information on how, head over to this page.You cannot watch the Premier Sports on more multiple devices at a time. You will need to log out of one device to use on another. If you can’t access the original device, “you will have to wait 10 hours before being able to log-in on the new device.”How to watch Premier Sports on TVAs mentioned above, Premier Sports is available on Sky and Virgin channels (but not BT Sport).On Sky, the channels to tune into are 412 for Premier 1 in HD and 435 for Premier 2. On Virgin, go to Channel 551 for Premier 1 HD broadcasts and 552 for Premier 2.As well as live and delayed matches, weekly highlights and preview shows are available to watch.Premier Sports also has a sister channel in FreeSports. As the name implies it’s free to watch, and you can see Serie A and the Eredivisie games but the frequency of matches is fewer. The channel does host live matches of the Portuguese Primera Liga, though.According to the website FreeSports is available on Freeview HD channel 64, Sky channel 422, Virgin 553, FreeSat 252, TalkTalk 64 and BT channel 64. Show More Unlike other sites, we thoroughly review everything we recommend, using industry standard tests to evaluate products. We’ll always tell you what we find. We may get a commission if you buy via our price links.Tell us what you think – email the Editor We’d also like to send you special offers and news just by email from other carefully selected companies we think you might like. Your personal details will not be shared with those companies – we send the emails and you can unsubscribe at any time. Please tick here if you are happy to receive these messages.By submitting your information, you agree to the Terms & Conditions and Privacy & Cookies Policy. 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