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#BSW15 George Hardwick is blogging for Boulder Channel 1 during Boulder Starup Week. Look for George on Twitter @BoulderCh1News #BSW15 . Also on Facebook Boulder Channel 1. Follow George all day right here for his reports. He is a creative writing student finishing his degree at University of Colorado at Boulder. He loves being outdoors, rock climbing, skiing, mountain biking, and just about anything else that involves a lot of adrenaline. And he is a home brewer. Call George for an interview: 518-649-6446 C1N.TV’s StartUp TV series serves the International Startup community. We focus on Start-Up entrepreneurs and new technology coming in the local business community as well we visit events and meet-ups where we not only write and promote but we also take part of. On top of that we also produce videos to spotlight your business in our Start-Up TV Special which plays on cable broadcast and online here.
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see Boulder retailers and sell advertising. They come from a group known as pitchmen (women). They hit the streets and talk to Boulder about our company and our ad packages. A typical package includes a video profile of their goods for a given season. We invented this here in Boulder and have created over 1000 business profiles since 1987. We also produce banner ads on our site only. We run Social media campaigns for customers and do PR too. Then we design and build websites for our advertising customers. We do promotions for them and we run focused ad campaigns on other platforms. We also do local appearances and remote broadcasts for advertisers where we come to a car dealership and broadcast live on a Saturday during a big sale. Or we will go to a restaurant and broadcast live and talk about the food , interview the chefs and owners.
We are both traditional Television and new media with a news and production department. So what does this have to do with Boulder Startup week 2014 ?? Absolutely, nothing except it gives us a chance to pitch Boulder Channel 1 and tell you about us and why you should use us.
Reason number 1 is that we are not minimalists. We are maximists we don’t lie to you. If you are going to spend your money with us here in Boulder we feel it is our responsibility to you and your retail operation that you get immediate response from advertising with us. If you don’t then fire us.
Reason Number 2 we are Boulder. we are from Boulder. We didn’t just move here and set up shop. We have been in business since 1975. Most of our customers are our friends from years of relationships or they become our friends.
Reason Number 3 We are on TV every day and night of the week on Comcast BV-22 which plays to 250,000 subscribers all over Boulder County. They include houses, apartments, businesses and CU dorm rooms. We are also on the net right here.
Reason Number 4 We are the voice of Boulder. We show all points of view and ask the tough questions. One tough question we have for StartUp Boulder is who are you and what do you stand for ?
We know that is is organized by a hippie homeless guy who calls himself a vagabond. We know a group of so called investors from Boulders App world get together drink beer, have chair races and party day and night call themselves the community. But are they trustworthy ?? Are they really from Boulder or are they former college students cycling through our city playing at business?? They all seem to be new here without jobs living off of mom and dad. And that is part of the Boulder Story too.
Boulder, Colorado, April 2014: “Niwot’s Curse” a full length feature film, launches a crowd funding campaign April 14, 2014 on the Kickstarter.com site. GraceMar Entertainment is producing the psychological thriller written and directed by award-winner Donna Marek. The story promises to provide an emotional roller coaster ride from anxiety, suspense, fear to comic relief without blood, gore, sex or nudity. Kickstarter recently announced it passed the $1Billion mark in funding.
GraceMar Entertainment is an independent Screen Actor’s Guild production company based in Colorado.
Victoria’s story is only one part of the film which introduces a mad scientist, Dr. Too Good, the psycho named Hank, the oversized Dolly Man, animals, especially Chester, the Jack Russell Terrier,. By the way, Chester’s paw print is already on a contract. He wanted a steak! Chester has a stake in this film!
The film script and rehearsal trailer with volunteer amateur actors has created a buzz in Hollywood cast and crew circles with numerous Screen Actor Guild actors submitting for roles especially for the lead detective and mad scientist roles. Contracts are waiting for funding. There is serious theatrical distribution interest.
Marek produced and directed the regarded full length feature “Unsung Heroes” which gave her an invitation to the Emmy’s and to “Walk the Red Carpet at the Cannes Film Festival.” She is a recipient of the Colorado Filmmaker Award as director also. “Niwot’s Curse” is Marek’s fourth film for the big screen. Marek created and founded the Boulder Youth and Independent Film Festivals.
The video presentation with clips and additional photos can be seen on www.Kickstarter.com
in the film and video category under the film’s title: Niwot’s Curse beginning Apr 14 for 18 days.
ABOUT GRACEMAR ENTERTAINMENT:
The award winning film and TV production company is currently based in Boulder, Colorado.
Under Marek’s direction, the Company produced TV cable shows “Good Sports,” the first extreme sports TV show with world class athletes, “The Donna Marek Show” with guests including Gerry Spence, the acclaimed attorney and author and famed author of the Thorn Birds, Colleen McCullough, to name a few. The highly acclaimed full length film “Unsung Heroes” was released through United Artists theaters.
ABOUT DONNA MAREK:
Marek is dedicated to professional commercial film production. She was honored with the Colorado Filmmakers award for Directing and is a best-selling author of Creme de Carmel. about the Carmel area and her extensive work with icon Clint Eastwood. Marek has divided her time between Colorado and California for years.
University of Colorado Boulder space weather experts say a powerful solar storm may cause the aurora borealis to light up as far south as Colorado and New Mexico in the coming nights.
Aurora borealis may dip into state
tonight, say CU-Boulder experts
Daniel Baker, director of CU-Boulder’s Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics, said space weather forecasts indicate there is a good chance a coronal mass ejection tied to a large solar flare from the sun Tuesday may impact Earth today, hitting the planet’s outer magnetic shield and causing spectacular light displays tonight and perhaps tomorrow night. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration experts have estimated there is a 90 percent chance a coronal mass ejection will hit Earth today.
“The aurora borealis, or ‘false dawn of the north,’ are brilliant dancing lights in the night sky caused by intense interactions of energetic electrons with the thin gases in Earth’s upper atmosphere,” said Baker. “The aurora are most commonly seen in Alaska, northern Canada and Scandinavia when the sun sends out powerful bursts of energy that can strike Earth’s protective outer magnetic shield called the magnetosphere,” he said.
“The strong solar winds associated with the storm events generate strong electric currents when they blow by the Earth’s magnetosphere,” said LASP Research Associate Bill Peterson. “These currents become unstable and drive processes in the magnetosphere that accelerate electrons down magnetic field lines where they hit the atmosphere over the poles.”
“One can think of aurora in some ways as if the Earth’s atmosphere is a giant TV screen and the magnetosphere generates intense beams of electrons that blast down along magnetic field lines to produce the red and green light picture show,” said Baker. “If the sun produces extremely powerful energy outbursts, the aurora can move to much lower latitudes than normal and then one can see the fantastic light displays in the lower 48 states, even as low in latitude as Colorado and New Mexico.”
According to Peterson, geophysicists have been measuring magnetic activity – essentially “wiggles” on instruments measuring Earth’s magnetic field – for over a century. The scientists have come up with a planetary magnetic index known as KP, ranging from 0 (quiet) to 9 (very active).
“The aurora is typically seen in Canada for KP less than 4,” Peterson said. “When the KP is 9, auroras can sometimes be seen as far south as Mexico City. Auroras are seen in Colorado when the KP is about 7.”
Peterson suggested those interested in seeing the northern lights or want to report sightings visithttp://www.aurorasaurus.org, a website called “Aurorasaurus” and led by the Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico. The site is designed as a real-time map of confirmed aurora sightings and includes a place for citizen-scientists who want to participate to report aurora sightings in their own neighborhoods.
“Frankly, we were a bit surprised at the power of covert marketing across a variety of studies,” said Margaret C. Campbell, professor of marketing at CU-Boulder’s Leeds School of Business and lead author of the article appearing online this month in the Journal of Consumer Psychology. “Even though most U.S. consumers know that marketers pay to surreptitiously get their brands in front of consumers, consumers are still influenced by covert marketing efforts.”
However, the studies also found that the disclosure of paid product placements in a sitcom decreased the influential effects, especially when the disclosure occurred after the consumer was exposed to the marketing.
In one of the studies, people watched a sitcom including a few seconds of exposure to a breakfast cereal. Later, when asked to list the first cereals that came to mind, people who had seen a brand name cereal during the sitcom were more than three times as likely to include that cereal in their top three, as compared with those who had seen a fictitious cereal. They also reported a much higher preference for the brand.
However, if prior to watching the show people saw a disclosure that sponsored product placements were included, they were not more likely to list the brand in their top three, although they still reported a higher liking for the brand.
If people saw a disclosure after the show that sponsored product placements were included, they also were not more likely to list the brand in their top three. But they did not report more favorable attitudes toward the brand, compared with a time when they had not been exposed to the product placement.
“Disclosures after the placement appear to alert people to the impact that covert marketing efforts can have, in which case they are less likely to be influenced,” Campbell said.
There have been calls to require disclosure of covert marketing in the U.S. to be consistent with other requirements for disclosure of sponsorship. Other countries, such as the Netherlands, home country of study co-author Peeter Verlegh of the University of Amsterdam, already require some disclosure.
Gina Mohr of Colorado State University also is a co-author.
“In the U.S. there has been some reluctance to incorporate disclosures for fear that it may interfere with creative content,” said Mohr. “This research suggests that product placement disclosures need not occur at the time of product placement to be effective.”
According to the authors, the findings provide support for the idea that requiring disclosure after exposure to covert marketing would offer consumers information to help them choose how to navigate the marketplace.
“Consumers should get to know when they are being exposed to commercial persuasion so they can decide how they want to respond,” said Campbell.
To view the study visit http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1057740812001337. For more information on CU-Boulder’s Leeds School of Business visit http://leeds.colorado.edu.
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Spending just one week exposed only to natural light while camping in the Rocky Mountains was enough to synch the circadian clocks of eight people participating in a University of Colorado Boulder study with the timing of sunrise and sunset.
The study, published online today in the journal Current Biology, found that the synchronization happened in that short period of time for all participants, regardless of whether they were early birds or night owls during their normal lives.
“What’s remarkable is how, when we’re exposed to natural sunlight, our clocks perfectly become in synch in less than a week to the solar day,” said CU-Boulder integrative physiology Professor Kenneth Wright, who led the study.
Electrical lighting, which became widely available in the 1930s, has affected our internal circadian clocks, which tell our bodies when to prepare for sleep and when to prepare for wakefulness. The ability to flip a switch and flood a room with light allows humans to be exposed to light much later into the night than would be possible naturally.
Even when people are exposed to electrical lights during daylight hours, the intensity of indoor lighting is much less than sunlight and the color of electrical light also differs from natural light, which changes shade throughout the day.
To quantify the effects of electrical lighting, a research team led by Wright, who also is the director of CU-Boulder’s Sleep and Chronobiology Laboratory, monitored eight participants for one week as they went about their normal daily lives. The participants wore wrist monitors that recorded the intensity of light they were exposed to, the timing of that light, and their activity, which allowed the researchers to infer when they were sleeping.
At the end of the week, the researchers also recorded the timing of participants’ circadian clocks in the laboratory by measuring the presence of the hormone melatonin. The release of melatonin is one of the ways our bodies signal the onset of our biological nighttime. Melatonin levels decrease again at the start of our biological daytime.
The same metrics were recorded during and after a second week when the eight participants—six men and two women with a mean age of 30—went camping in Colorado’s Eagles Nest Wilderness. During the week, the campers were exposed only to sunlight and the glow of a campfire. Flashlights and personal electronic devices were not allowed.
On average, participants’ biological nighttimes started about two hours later when they were exposed to electrical lights than after a week of camping. During the week when participants went about their normal lives, they also woke up before their biological night had ended.
After the camping trip—when study subjects were exposed to four times the intensity of light compared with their normal lives—participants’ biological nighttimes began near sunset and ended at sunrise. They also woke up just after their biological night had ended. Becoming in synch with sunset and sunrise happened for all individuals even though the measurements from the previous week indicated that some people were prone to staying up late and others to getting up earlier.
“When people are living in the modern world—living in these constructed environments—we have the opportunity to have a lot of differences among individuals,” Wright said. “Some people are morning types and others like to stay up later. What we found is that natural light-dark cycles provide a strong signal that reduces the differences that we see among people—night owls and early birds—dramatically.”
Our genes determine our propensity to become night owls or early birds in the absence of a strong signal to nudge our internal circadian clocks to stay in synch with the solar day, Wright said.
The new study, which demonstrates just how strong of a signal exposure to natural light is, offers some possible solutions for people who are struggling with their sleep patterns. For example, people who naturally drift toward staying up late may also find that it’s more difficult to feel alert in the morning—when melatonin levels may indicate they’re still in their biological nighttimes—at work or in school.
To combat a person’s genetic drift toward later nights, exposure to more sunlight in the morning and midday could help nudge his or her internal clock earlier. Also, dimming electrical lights at night, forgoing late-night TV and cutting out screen time with laptops and other personal electronic devices also may help internal circadian clocks stay more closely attuned with the solar day, Wright said.
Other CU-Boulder co-authors of the study are doctoral students Andrew McHill and Evan Chinoy; former undergraduate students Brian Birks and Brandon Griffin, both of whom are now professional research assistants; and former postdoctoral researcher Thomas Rusterholz.
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We update Boulder restaurants daily. We are locally produced by people not computers. Some listings have a TV icon. We shoot TV segments you can visit the restaurant before you go. You can scroll down the More videos and click on any restaurant you want to see. Each video is 3 minutes .
Our polling and focus groups show people in Boulder go out to dinner and then a movie so if you click on Dinner and a Movie, it will take you to this weeks movie listing. Our weather link on each page takes you NOAA Boulder weather. We also provide a restaurant coupon section for free dinners and two for one special. You’ll notice on the left cooking video blogs by Boulder chefs. These are 3 minute TV shows about favorite recipes. We have restaurant sponsors listed in our banner ads in each category and at the bottom of each page.
We pretty much get to know all of our sponsored restaurants and since Boulder is a small city. We consider them friends.Our Boulder restaurant section actually started back in 1975 when Jann Scoitt wrote the Book of Boulder Bar and Restaurant Hopping. We expanded to The Boulder Restaurant Show which appeared on Channel 54 and more recently on channel 22 with host Jann Scott.
This new restaurant section and search on Boulder channel 1 began in 2008 on FoodChannel1.com and then on a separate on Boulder Channel 1. After all we are local. We have polled you to find out what is important to you. We are a 7 day a week 24 hours a day company. Please tell your friends and send this link to everyone in Boulder. For comments, feedback advertising, web work, video and show production Email us here: Boulder Channel 1 Restaurants or call us at 303-447-8531
Services we provide to local Boulder restaurants include: Website development and management, social media management including twitter, Face book , Pintrest and more; Video segments, Banner ads; Management of review sites, PR stories Live TV shows with one of our talent at your restaurant. We manage reviews and seo. We do it all. We are the oldest and biggest restaurant ad agency and pr firm in Boulder We are a TV channel and News paper too. wow. So do yourself a favor, don’t hire some guy or girl one of your cooks know. You will regret it. It is a Boulder nightmare story. Hire us to begin with and be happy. Don’t worry.
About the Boulder Restaurant Channel
CEO Jann Scott started in newspapers, talk radio and TV in the 1970′s, He has been in the restaurant scene since 1975 when he wrote the Book of Boulder Bar and Restaurant Hopping. Jann wrote that “classic “. On TV Jann began Best restaurants in Boulder in 1992, the Boulder restaurant Show on Tv and radio in ’91. We have been on the restaurant media scene longer than anybody in Boulder. Then we started this Internet TV site in 1999. We polled you to find out what is important to you. We are a 7 day a week 24 hrs a day company. Our staff of 7 consists of designers, writers, SM professionals, web experts, video pros and reps. We are not new to this and we are not a one person operation. We’ll be here when you need us. In boulder that is important.
We list every restaurant in Boulder from A to Z and by category. It puts up their website, phone number, address, food categories, a map and review section from Google. Plus we list weather and Boulder movies all in one site. It is updated daily and we are locally produced by people not computers. Some listings have a TV icon.
Our Category and Tag section is designed for the on the run diner to find exactly what you are looking for. No one has a search like ours. So if you search for pizza or French food, you will find find everyone in Boulder.
Dinner and a Movie Our polling and focus groups show people in Boulder go out to dinner and then a movie so if you click on Dinner and a Movie, it will take you to this week’s movie listing.
Weather Our weather link on each page takes you NOAA Boulder weather. We also provide a restaurant coupon section for free dinners and two for one special.
Videos We shoot TV segments you can visit the restaurant before you go. The videos actually play on the Boulder Restaurant Channel Homepage 24/7 streaming. You can scroll down the more videos and click on any restaurant you want to see. Each video is 3 minutes.
Sponsors At the top of each page there are sponsored links. We pretty much get to know all of our sponsored restaurants and since Boulder is a small city. We have polled you to find out what is important to you. We provide a targeted platform for you to showcase your restaurant We provide banner ads, video, sm, websites, pages, top position, TV, reviews and PR. We handle everything.
We still produce the Boulder Restaurant TV show hosted by local Celeb Jann Scott. You can see it here and on Cable. ( this is a good one to get your restaurant into.
Our unique “Dinner and a Movie” option lets you see what movies are playing so you can plan the perfect evening of, well.. dinner and a movie. We have also provided the “local weather” (straight from NOAA) so you can plan accordingly.
The Restaurant Videos have been produced by us and take an in-dept look at the owners, staff, chiefs, and of of course the food! Each video is about 3 minutes long, just long enough to give you the information you need.
Cooking Video Blogs show some local chiefs doing what they do best, updated weekly showing their favorite recipes or how to cooking instruction pieces for your pleasure.
Our Sponsors are local cheifs and business owners that live for what they do and know just how much you value the ability to see them doing what they do best, and most importantly the fact that you are able to search for them in one place or Boulder Restaurants. Our sponsors are our friends and sometimes our friends want to hook you up, so we provided a “Coupons section for them to pass on some savings and free stuff, not too bad huh?
Please tell your friends and send this link to everyone in Boulder. For comments, feedback advertising, web work, video and show production please email:email@example.com
In the process we have also created a new feature, based off an old idea, that lists out all the restaurants in Boulder Alphabetically. We also feature out our personal favorites and have organizing all the restaurants in town into various categories including cuisine type, location, and other popular restaurant features.
Over time we will continue to grow this section to offer everything food related in Boulder including new restaurant listings, happening spots, menus, music venues, chef’s blogs, and of course more and more videos to provide you a first hand look at these great eating places.
Enjoy and if you have a restaurant review or a recipe you’d like to submit to our new sections, please email us and we’ll get it on our site. Thanks for visiting and happy eating Boulder!