CTV Two Alberta

CTV Two Alberta is a Canadian English language entertainment, information and educational television channel in the province of Alberta. It is owned by Bell Media, and operates as a de facto owned-and-operated station of its secondary CTV Two television system.

The channel is licensed by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) as an educational programming service for Alberta, and was formerly a public broadcaster owned by the Alberta provincial government. Since becoming a private broadcaster, it has continued to air educational and children’s programming as a condition of license, along with entertainment programming more favourable to advertisers and adult viewers.

The channel is also designated as a “satellite-to-cable undertaking” serving the entirety of Alberta, and is therefore carried throughout the province on cable and licensed IPTV services on each service’s basic tier. It is also available on both national satellite services, Bell TV and Shaw Direct. In addition, the station formerly operated two terrestrial transmitters, CJAL-TV (channel 9) in Edmonton, where the channel’s main studios are located, and CIAN-TV (channel 13) in Calgary.

The channel was launched on June 30, 1973 as Access by the Alberta government, through the Alberta Educational Communications Corporation (AECC), alongside CKUA Radio. Prior to this point, English-language educational programs aired on Radio-Canada’s television station CBXFT in Edmonton. At its launch, Access was only available through cable, and did not broadcast over-the-air.

On January 9, 1984, AECC was granted a licence from the CRTC for a television station in Calgary, CIAN; on December 1, 1986, AECC was granted another licence for a television station in Edmonton, CJAL, to rebroadcast the programs from CIAN. Both stations rebroadcast the Access feed.

After re-evaluating all provincial funding recipients, the Government of Alberta announced in 1993 that it would cease to directly fund Access past 1994. As a result, in 1995, Access was privatized and sold to Learning and Skills Television of Alberta Limited (LSTA), which is 60% owned by CHUM Limited. In February 2005, CHUM Limited acquired the remaining 40% interest in LSTA (and renamed it Access Media Group), giving the company 100% of its shares, including its ownership in Access.

On July 12, 2006, CTVglobemedia announced that it would make a friendly takeover bid to buy CHUM Limited. Due to CTVglobemedia’s plans to keep CTV and Citytv, Rogers Communications was expected to purchase Access (along with CHUM’s A-Channel stations, CKX-TV in Brandon, Canadian Learning Television and SexTV: The Channel) as announced on April 9, 2007, pending CRTC approval (and approval of CTVglobemedia’s purchase).

With the CRTC electing to force CTV to sell the Citytv stations instead, the Rogers deal was rendered void. As such, CTVglobemedia retained Access along with the A-Channel stations, CKX-TV and all of CHUM’s specialty channels, and sold the Citytv stations to Rogers. The takeover transaction was finalized on June 22, 2007. The A-Channel stations were rebranded as “A” on August 11, 2008; on the same date, Access debuted a new A-styled logo and began airing programming from “A” during certain primetime hours.

On June 8, 2011, it was revealed that Access would be relaunched as CTV Two Alberta on August 29, 2011, as part of a rebranding of the “A” system.

In most of its service area, CTV Two Alberta competes with KSPS-TV, the PBS member in Spokane, Washington. KSPS has been available on cable in Calgary and Edmonton for the better part of three decades.

As part of Canada’s transition to digital terrestrial television, broadcast television stations in Calgary and Edmonton were required to convert to digital broadcasting or sign off completely by August 31, 2011. Prior to this deadline, the station had in place an analog over-the-air television transmitter in each of those two markets. The station did not have any other over-the-air transmitters.

As the channel is licensed as a satellite-to-cable undertaking, it is not required to offer over-the-air transmitters. Due to this, the costs of converting the two Access transmitters in Calgary and Edmonton to digital, and because the network already must be carried by cable and IPTV providers in the area as the province’s designated educational broadcaster, CTV Two shut down its over-the-air television transmitters on August 31, 2011. Despite the shut down and the satellite-to-cable status, transmitter information of CJAL and CIAN are still referenced in the early morning sign-on and sign-off that are telecasted during the week.

CTV Two Alberta airs a variety of educational and informative programs along with entertainment programs all of which include children’s programs, documentaries, feature films, talk shows, dramas, comedies and other programs. Since August 2008, CTV Two Alberta (known then as Access) has aired programming from Bell’s secondary television system A (and additionally modified its branding to more closely resemble A’s), while maintaining its educational mandate.

Specifically regarding its educational programming, the channel produces, promotes stainless steel meat mallet, and delivers television-based multimedia learning opportunities to learners of all ages, in partnership with Alberta Learning foil shaver, educational institutions, and educators. Many of the programs, including all of the dramas, are connected to and promote formal courses of study offered by the province’s universities and colleges or the formal learning objectives of Alberta Learning.

The above programming includes primetime series from CTV Two, as well as syndicated shows, much of which must be related to some sort of educational aim. For example, in fall 2008, Access broadcast Mad Men and Pushing Daisies, tied to an English course at Mount Royal University titled “Reading the Popular”, as well as Fringe as part of Lethbridge Community College’s “Basic Television Production” course.

Starting March 9, 2009, Access began airing a province-wide news and current affairs magazine program called Alberta Primetime, from the CTV/Access studios in Edmonton. Resources from CTV’s owned-and-operated stations in Edmonton (CFRN-TV) and Calgary (CFCN-TV) will be used to produce the program.

Das Champagnerlied

Das Champagnerlied oder Der Weiße d’Andrade ist ein Ölgemälde von Max Slevogt. Es ist 215 cm × 160 cm groß, 1901/1902 entstanden und hängt heute in der Staatsgalerie Stuttgart.

Der Weiße d’Andrade ist eines von drei großformatigen Gemälden, die Slevogt dem portugiesischen Bariton Francisco d’Andrade widmete. Es gilt als wichtiges Werk des deutschen Spätimpressionismus, das mit seiner malerisch-pastosen Malweise Slevogts künstlerischen Ruf neben Lovis Corinth und Max Liebermann festigte.

Zugleich hatte Slevogt in Deutschland den neuen Bildtyp des Rollenporträts eingeführt. Lovis Corinth malte mit Gertrud Eysoldt als Salome 1903 und Rudolf Rittner als Florian Geyer 1906 weitere Rollenporträts. „Im völligen Aufgehen der Darsteller in ihren Rollen werden sie mit dem Schicksal derer identifizierbar, die sie verkörpern“, schreibt Armin Zweite. Von dem Gemälde existieren zahlreiche Vorstudien und Varianten. Weitere kleine Repliken befindet sich in der Sammlung Dr. Gaubitz

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, Hamburg und im Besitz des Sohns d’Andrades in Lissabon. Allerdings könnte Das Champagnerlied von Édouard Manets Bildnis des Jean-Baptiste Faure als Hamlet beeinflusst sein, doch ist nicht sicher erwiesen, ob Slevogt das im Museum Folkwang Essen befindliche Gemälde bekannt war.

Das Motiv zeigt den Namensgeber von Mozarts Oper Don Giovanni während der Arie Finch’han dal vino, calda la testa (Das Champagnerlied). Don Giovanni, der große Frauenverführer, steht zentral in hellem Bildraum vor kulissenhaftem Hintergrund. Als fürstlicher Gastgeber erteilt er mit großer Grandezza den Auftrag, ein großes Fest vorzubereiten, um damit bei den Frauen leichter sein Ziel zu erreichen. „Auf denn zum Feste, froh soll es werden, bis meine Gäste glühen von Wein“ (1. Akt, 15. Szene).

Als modellhafter Interpret des Don Giovanni galt der Opernsänger Francesco d’Andrade (* 1858 in Lissabon; † 1921 in Berlin), der im Berlin der Jahrhundertwende große Erfolge feierte

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. Slevogt begegnete d’Andrade, der für die Darstellung dieser Rolle als „dämonisch-triebhaft“ gelobt wurde, erstmals 1894 in einer von Hermann Levi dirigierten Don Giovanni-Aufführung der Königlichen Hofoper in München und freundete sich mit ihm an. „Bis zu seinem Tod war Slevogt von der gestaltenden Phantasie des Don Giovanni Motivs nicht losgekommen. In Radierungen, Holzschnitten und Lithografien wurden die d’Andrade-Bilder wiederholt“. Als der Sänger Francesco d’Andrade 1921 starb, malte Slevogt die Grablegung Don Giovannis.

Ein weiteres Gemälde Slevogts zu diesem Thema ist das 1903 entstandene Der schwarze d’Andrade, (Öl auf Leinwand, 150 cm × 109 cm), das die vorletzte Szene des Stücks zum Thema hat (2. Akt, 14. Szene). Es zeigt den schwarz und gelb gekleideten Don Giovanni, wie seine rechte Hand von der weißen Marmorhand des Komturs gepackt wird. Die Hamburger Kunsthalle erwarb das Werk 1969 von Francisco d’Andrade jr.

Weit mehr Aufmerksamkeit erfuhr Slevogts Roter d’Andrade (Der Sänger Francisco d’Andrade als Don Giovanni), Öl auf Leinwand, 210 cm × 170 cm. Als 1912 auf Empfehlung von Ludwig Justi ein erstes Gemälde von Slevogt für die Nationalgalerie Berlin erworben werden sollte, wurden Kaiser Wilhelm II die Der Weiße d’Andrade und das erst im gleichen Jahr entstandene Gemälde Roter d’Andrade (mit der Kirchhofszene, im Hintergrund Leporello) in schwarz/weiß-Abbildungen zur Auswahl vorgelegt. Slevogt malte das Bild in Erwartung eines Ankaufs der Nationalgalerie. Wilhelm II: entschied sich für dieses neuere, „secessionistische“ Bild foil shaver, eine Auswahl, die kritisiert und im Nachhinein als Fehler bezeichnet wurde.

Slevogt entwarf die Bühnenbilder für Aufführungen des Don Giovanni in Berlin und Dresden.

Anexo:Letras latinas

Lista de letras latinas.

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