Democrat and Chronicle from Rochester, New York on October 22, 2015 · Page A1
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Biden won’t run Move appears to strengthen Clinton’s bid. Page 1B BREAKING NEWS 24/7AT DEMOCRATANDCHRONICLE.COM THURSDAY,OCTOBER22,2015 Copyright 2015 G annett Rochester N ewspapers iii AB C $1NEWSSTAND For home delivery pricing see Page 2A. 63°/38° A SHOWER OR TWO INDEX BUSINESS ................9A CLASSIFIED . ..........10D COMICS ....WEEKEND PUZZLES . ..WEEKEND D EATHS .................11A LOCAL NEWS.........3A LOTTERIES...............2A OPINION . ..............15A SPORTS.....................1D STATE NEWS . ........10A T V ..............WEEKEND Expanded Weather, 12D Four sections At most schools in Rochester, the traditional academic day is already a thing of the past. ♦ Some students are at school eight hours a day or longer, eating three meals and getting extra tutoring and recreation. Some get free health care and school supplies, or access to mentors and top-notch arts education. ♦ School 17, off Jay Street in the JOSANA neighborhood, already has most of those things in place. SHAWN DOWD/@SDOWDPHOTO/STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER Sheleyana Tores, 10, of Rochester practices her step-dance moves in the gymnasium at School 17 on Orchard Street. ABEACON IN JOSANA Rochester and local partners plan to coordinate services for students, families and the community at School 17 JUSTIN MURPHY @CITIZENMURPHY SeeBEACON,Page14A ALBANY - When the members of t he Finger Lakes regional council traveled to the state’s capital city Wednesday to make their pitch for $500 million, even their outfits were on message. Clad in dark coats or dresses with d eep red ties or accents, the officials w ho make up the Rochester-based panel delivered a 50-minute presentation to state decision-makers who will ultimately help determine whether the region gets a major infusion of state f unds as part of a development c ompetition. Their message — spoken repeatedly during the presentation and symbolized through their clothing — was “unity.” L ed by Wegmans CEO Danny Weg- Region’s $500M bid presented to state DETAILS OF PLAN $50M Amount for optics, photonics and imaging industries in the area. $75M Amount toward agriculture. $125M Investments in Rochester staples like the Sibley Building and Eastman Business Park. JON CAMPBELL / GANNETT Danny Wegman holds a container of organic apple juice made in China. As part of the Finger Lakes Regional Economic Development Council’s strategic plan, more organic products would be manufactured in the Finger Lakes. JON CAMPBELL @JONCAMPBELLGAN SeeSTATE FUNDS,Page14A While Bills fans outside of the Buffalo market g rumbleabout Sunday’s game not being televised, those with an eye on the industry see the NFL’s one-off deal with Yahoo to live-stream the game as a harbinger o f how we’ll be watching sports in the not-so-distant future. Buffalo takes on the Jacksonville Jaguars in the sec- o nd of three NFL games to be played in London this season. The game will be televised in the Buffalo and Jacks onville, Florida, markets but streamed everywhere else. Sports has been a late adopter of live-streaming, ex- perts say. What exists today is closely tied to the net- w orks or, really, to the cable and satellite providers, requiring account passwords for access. NBC openly s treams Sunday night games, and the league has a deal with Verizon to live-stream some local market games. Major League Baseball and the NBA both have stream- i ng options but remain broadcast-focused. The NFL historically has led the way in over-the-air broadcast, on cable, satellite and online. Its audience d warfs other leagues across all age groups but skews older. Lucrative TV rights deals still run the show, exp erts say. Live-stream portends future SAL IN LONDON Sal Maiorana, right, is in London all week and will provide coverage of the B ills in ROCSports and at DemocratandChronicle.com . INSIDE TODAY » Ryan: Defensive plan was flawed. 1D » Taylor’s status uncertain. 4D » Sal Maiorana’s postcard. 1D BRIAN SHARP @SHARPROC SeeLIVE-STREAM,Page14A

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