SFR is helping to expand the uses of digital technology in cities with a detailed guide, Digital City: A User’s Guide, which serves as a source of inspiration for the projects of tomorrow and a tool to help communities explore all the ways in which digital technology can transform daily life. Whether it’s e-administration, remote access to and use of public data, local democracy, smart management of networks or travel, digital technology is becoming a topic of public discussion. The digital revolution is profoundly altering our lifestyle, economy and community organization, and represents an opportunity for growth that communities cannot afford to miss, since it provides innovative solutions in all areas of community life. Digital technology is both a factor in attractiveness and a vector of innovative services for cities.
The series that took the most awards at the Emmys will be back on Canal+ every Thursday at 8:55 p.m. starting on January 30. Homeland’s popularity shows no signs of abating. When season 3 aired in the US, it won over critics and the public alike and beat all viewership records. This new season, eagerly awaited in France, confirms the strength of the series, with incredible actors (Claire Danes and Mandy Patinkin give mind-blowing performances) and an unpredictable screenplay that deals in various illusions. This upcoming season’s 12 episodes bring the characters many changes. Carrie finds herself isolated, without Brody, between a commission determined to find the guilty parties and the CIA, which Saul has taken over, in ruins: will Carrie be able to keep up appearances?
Universal Music Group Spanish Landscapes by Leticia Moreno
For her first album with Deutsche Grammophon, the young Spanish violin prodigy Leticia Moreno, accompanied by pianist Ana-María Vera, offers us a fascinating journey through Spanish classical music. Moreno has won several international competitions, including the European Echo Rising Star. Her album Spanish Landscapes is composed of rare pieces for the violin and piano written by composers better known in other veins. This original repertoire features Sarasate’s famous Zigeunerweisen, Op. 20, arrangements of popular pieces like Danza Española and such lesser-known but prodigiously beautiful works as Sonata for Violin and Piano, H. 127, by Granados.
GVT ranime la flamme de Cazuza à l’occasion d’un spectacle donné à Rio de Janeiro en l’honneur de l’un de ses plus grands artistes. GVT Music rendra hommage à l’artiste disparu en 1990 par un spectacle ouvert à tous qui aura lieu le 19 janvier sur la plage d’Ipanema où des écrans présenteront une holographie en 4D du chanteur et auquel participeront des artistes et des amis de Cazuza. Il est considéré comme l’un des meilleurs chanteurs de rock brésiliens. En neuf ans de carrière, il a vendu plus de cinq millions d’albums dont onze singles classés numéro un et 18 classés dans le Top 10 au Brésil.