The UK Pensions Regulator (TPR) has unveiled Lesley Titcomb as its new chief executive after a nearly two-year search.Titcomb joins from financial services regulator the Financial Conduct Authority, where she is currently COO.She is expected to take up her new role as head of TPR in March 2015, with current interim chief executive, Stephen Soper, stepping down.Soper was appointed interim after former chief Bill Galvin’s departure and will move back to his role as executive director for defined benefit (DB) regulation. Galvin announced he was leaving TPR in March 2013 to become the chief executive of the Universities Superannuation Scheme (USS), one of the UK’s largest schemes, with £42bn (€52.5bn) in assets.Titcomb, also an FCA board member, has been COO since April 2013 after joining the organisation’s predecessor in 1994.Titcomb said: “With so much fundamental change, it is important that the industry is overseen by a strong, independent pensions regulator, focused on the issues within the sector, that is respected for its technical expertise and authoritative voice.“I relish the opportunity of working with the regulator’s high-quality team and with other industry stakeholders.”Soper will lead the organisation until Titcomb joins in March next year.
MORE: Watch ‘ChangeUp,’ a new MLB live whiparound show on DAZN It will be the first All-Star Game played at Citizens Bank Park, which opened in 2004, and the fifth played in Philadelphia. The city also hosted the game at Veterans Stadium in conjunction with the nationwide bicentennial celebrations in 1976. Phillies ownership has made no secret of its desire to host MLB’s main midseason attraction in 2026, which undoubtedly paved the way for the unusually early announcement of the host city. Cleveland will host this year’s All-Star Game on July 9, while the Dodgers will host in July 2020. After that, the game is up for grabs for five years before the Philadelphia showcase. Major League Baseball still hasn’t announced which cities will host the 2021-25 All-Star Games, but it has settled on a site for 2026. The Midsummer Classic will be held in Philadelphia that July, commemorating the 250th anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence in that city, the Philadelphia Inquirer and The Associated Press reported Thursday. MLB and the Phillies will make the official announcement during a Tuesday news conference at Independence Hall.
MORE: Watch the 2019 NFL Draft on fuboTV (7-day free trial)Thankfully, the 2019 NFL Draft has no shortage of ways in which you can watch, either on TV (ABC, ESPN, NFL Network) or streaming (ESPN, NFL apps).That said, here’s everything you need to know to tune in to the 2019 draft, from dates and times to TV and online streaming.SN’s NFL DRAFT HQ:Day 2 winners & losers | Best available | Pick tracker The 2019 NFL Draft is here, offering a firsthand look as the top prospects from the college football ranks make their way to the pros.The draft, which will take place in Nashville, Tenn., is that window through which we can see these players’ hopes and aspirations — some of which began when these players were still playing pee wee ball — come to fruition. How to live stream the 2019 NFL DraftThe 2019 NFL Draft can be streamed live on the ESPN or NFL apps. It can also be streamed online with fuboTV, which offers a seven-day free trial.What time does the 2019 NFL Draft start?Dates: April 25-27Day 3 start time: 7 p.m. ETTV channels: ABC | ESPN | NFL NetworkStream: ESPN app | NFL app | fuboTV The first round of the 2019 draft starts at 8 p.m. on Thursday. The second and third rounds, which will take place on Saturday, start at 7 p.m. Rounds 4-7 will take place on Saturday, starting at noon ET.TV schedule for Rounds 1-7RoundDateTime (ET)Time per pickRound 1Thursday, April 258 p.m.10 minRound 2Friday, April 26.7 p.m.7 minRound 3Friday, April 26—7 minRound 4Saturday, April 27noon5 minRound 5Saturday, April 27—5 minRound 6Saturday, April 27—5 minRound 7Saturday, April 27—4 minCan I watch the NFL Draft for free online?You can watch the NFL Draft for free online using a seven-day free trial from fuboTV. Otherwise, you can stream the draft using the ESPN or NFL apps, which are available for free download but require a cable subscription.