The format, which is finally taking its place on the market more and more in Croatia, is expanding day by day through various industries. The pioneers who infected the entire business sector with this format are Saša Tenodi and Ivan Voras with a podcast Cruel Passions ( svakako velike preporuka – moja svakodnevna poslovna literatura ). As Putoholičari point out, PUTOCAST will host known and unknown travel addicts: travel addicts who are ready to share their travel anecdotes, impressions, experiences and advice, and will be welcomed by the versatile Domagoj Jakopović Ribafish who will hang out with inspiring guests two to three times. per month. It was time for someone to jump in through this great podcast format in the travel segment as well, and who else will Iva and Branko Krčmar, which are better known as Travelers, and who infected tens of thousands of passengers from Croatia with their travels. With each new trip, Slaven pushes its own borders, just as Travelers Iva and Branko decided to move them, adding PUTOCASTA with audio and video recordings and photos to make travel stories even more inspiring. After that we got a great podcast from the world of start up scene thanks to colleagues from Netokracija.hr, and our market is richer for a totally new format Business FM – prvog poslovnog internet i podcast radija. Gost u prvom izdanju PUTOCASTA bio je Slaven Škrobot – putnik koji je uzor i najbolji motivator svima koji priželjkuju putovati, ali nikako da se pokrenu. Škrobot ima 33 godine, a prije 10 godina doživio je nesreću na ljetovanju i ostao paraliziran. Ipak, tjelesni invaliditet nije ga spriječio da se pokrene, da živi svoju strast i putujući otkriva svijet te dijeli svoja iskustva s brojnim pratiteljima na blogu i društvenim mrežama. Ribafishu je otkrio koliko je kompleksna organizacija njegovih putovanja, što mu je neophodno spakirati te kako se snalazi na mjestima koja nisu prilagođena osobama s invaliditetom. Do you want a quality travel platform to connect with travelers, ie sell them your services and products? You have it. Support her, not to help them, but because you have a business interest in placing your promotional messages directly. You can follow PUTOCAST on the web and all social networks A traveler and on YouTube and podcast channels. As Travelers bring together a wide and large community of travel enthusiasts, I definitely recommend potential sponsors to be a part of their platform. Today, more than ever, the focus is on specialized, quality and authentic platforms. So don’t wait any longer than throw your ear on PUTOCAST – podcast o putovanjima i nova digitalna platforma koje će dodatno povezivati i okupljati brojne zaljubljenike u putovanja i putopisne priče. Cover photo: FB Travel addicts
By Mark Lamport-StokesCHASKA, Minnesota (Reuters) – Holders Europe, badly bruised after being swept 4-0 by the United States in yesterday’s opening foursomes matches at the Ryder Cup golf, were fighting back midway the afternoon’s fourball encounters.With England’s Olympic champion Justin Rose and British Open winner Henrik Stenson of Sweden setting the tone at the top of the order, the Europeans led in three and trailed in one at a sunny Hazeltine National.Rose and Stenson, who lost 3 & 2 to fired-up American young guns Jordan Spieth and Patrick Reed in the morning, looked to gain immediate revenge as they went 2-up on the same opponents after 10 holes of top-quality golf.Spaniards Sergio Garcia and Rafa Cabrera-Bello were 4-up on JB Holmes and Ryan Moore after 10 holes while Northern Ireland’s Rory McIlroy and Cup rookie Thomas Pieters of Belgium led by the same margin against Dustin Johnson and Matt Kuchar, after eight.The only red number on the board for the U.S. midway the afternoon came from putting maestro Brandt Snedeker and Brooks Koepka, who were 3-up on Germany’s Martin Kaymer and Masters champion Danny Willett of England, after nine holes.Watched by massive and largely partisan galleries at ultra-long Hazeltine, Rose and Stenson came from one down after three holes to take control against Reed and Spieth as the Europeans piled up six birdies between them.Even when Rose made a rare misstep on a breezy afternoon by finding water with his approach at the par-four seventh, Stenson responded by hitting an exquisite second shot to six feet and then calmly sank the birdie putt.Europe, who have won eight of the past 10 Ryder Cups, will certainly need to maintain their afternoon momentum after the Americans completed their first sweep in an opening session since 1975 at Laurel Valley.The U.S. have lost the Ryder Cup at home just four times since the matches began in 1927, and are bidding to end a run of three successive defeats in the competition.
Syracuse takes on former Big East rival Georgetown on Saturday afternoon in the nation’s capital. The Orange (8-1) has not played in a week since escaping with a win over Colgate, while the Hoyas (8-0) have breezed through their weak, nonconference slate. Tipoff between SU and Georgetown is set for 12:30 p.m. from Capital One Arena. The game will air nationally on CBS.Here’s what you need to know about the Hoyas. All-time series: Syracuse leads, 49-43Last time they played: Last December in the Carrier Dome, Georgetown spoiled Pearl Washington Day with a 78-71 victory in front of more than 25,000 fans. Frank Howard scored four points and Tyus Battle added two as the only current SU players to have played in the game. The Orange and Hoyas were even at the break, but Georgetown pulled away in the second half with 45 points on 50 percent shooting from the field. The Georgetown report: The Hoyas and Orange will match up for the 93rd time since the 1929-30 season in the third edition of the teams’ post-Big East rivalry. Georgetown is one of only six remaining undefeated teams in Division I. The Hoyas play the weakest nonconference schedule in the country, according to Kenpom.com. Patrick Ewing, who torched the Orange as an All-American in the 1980s, is in his first year at the helm of a team that has won its first eight games by a margin of 17.8 points per game. AdvertisementThis is placeholder textJessie Govan, a junior center, leads the team in points and rebounds, while Marcus Derrickson (13.5 points per game) and Kaleb Johnson (12.5 points) also average double digits. The Hoyas were projected to finish 10th in the Big East at the start of the year, following a second consecutive 18-loss season. That prompted the firing of legendary coach John Thompson III. Six players left along with him, including two due to graduation, two transfers, one to the professional ranks and one due to injury. That makes this a rebuilding year for the Hoyas, though the undefeated record doesn’t indicate that.Georgetown has thrived through eight games because of a quality frontcourt and strong wing play. But its backcourt has struggled to produce offensively. Battle and Howard possess experience and length at the top that could give Hoyas guards some trouble. How Syracuse beats Georgetown: The Orange won’t have the size advantage it has had all season. The Hoyas rank fifth in the country in rebounding margin (11.8). Otherwise, Georgetown doesn’t stand out. They remain a relatively typical Hoyas team, based on methodical offense that works the ball inside and out and chews up clock with each possession. Should Syracuse maintain its stronghold inside and improve its perimeter defense — getting freshman forward Bouarama Sidibe back from injury is a good start — the Hoyas may struggle to keep pace. Stat to know: 20.7 Battle’s 20.7 points per game average ranks second in the ACC. The sophomore guard has failed to reach double digits just once through nine games, his only blemish being an eight-point showing in a game he exited early due to a lower back injury. Battle scored a game-high 24 points in SU’s last outing and has played go-to scorer whenever SU needs an offensive boost. Kenpom odds: Kenpom gives Syracuse a 53 percent chance to win this game. Kenpom also gives SU a greater-than-50-percent chance to win in each of its next five games, four of which come inside the Carrier Dome. Player to watch: Jessie Govan, center, No. 15Govan is a 6-foot-10 junior center who weighs 270 lbs, immediately creating a size mismatch inside for Paschal Chukwu and Bourama Sidibe. Neither comes within 40 pounds of Govan, who averages team highs in points (20.6 per game) and rebounds (13.0). A year ago he made 19 starts, placing third on the team in points (10.1 per game) and tying for the team lead with almost five boards per game. On Saturday, Govan and his double-double average pose as a dangerous threat in the paint that Syracuse hasn’t yet seen this season. Comments Published on December 15, 2017 at 3:35 pm Contact Matthew: firstname.lastname@example.org | @MatthewGut21 Facebook Twitter Google+