(WTNH)– Check out what’s brewing on January 14th and Ryan visits ESPN for a behind the scene’s look.
– Voxx corporation announced a car accessory that could bring peace of mind to parents and caregivers. The company has designed the ” Baby on Board “sensor to remind parents there little one is still in the car —here’s how it works —a parent places a module underneath their child’s baby seat —that module will automatically alert the parent via Bluetooh connection that they’ve left the child behind in the car.
– Rolling Stone posted an article about the 10 Biggest Holdouts in Digital Music and they list some notable artists who don’t want to stream their music in one way or another basically because they want to make sure they are being compensated fairly.
Here are a few examples:
*Taylor Swift* you won’t find her music on Spotify because Swift and her record label, Big Machine, appear to be waiting for Spotify to make her catalog available only on its paid “premium” portion.
*Garth Brooks* – you won’t find him on iTunes or YouTube (which he calls “the devil”) and every other online-music service except for his own download store Ghost Tunes.
*Bob Seger – also Unavailable on almost all, he recently told Rolling stone that “the record business is 50 percent of what it was 10 years ago, so they’re trying to cut costs,” —“Until that’s resolved, we let very little out.”
– The Pittsburgh restaurant Bar Marco, this is an upscale restaurant in Pittsburg, plans to ban the practice of tipping servers, beginning in April. Instead, the restaurant’s 16 full-time employees will be paid a base salary of $35,000, plus health care benefits and 500 shares of stock.
– CT Style’s Ryan Kristofer visited ESPN in Bristol and took us on a behind the scene tour.