Destiny 2: Beyond Light Preorder Details: Special Editions, Bonuses, And More

Bungie is kicking off the next era of Destiny 2 in just a few weeks. Destiny 2: Beyond Light releases November 10, bringing with it a new campaign, location, and tons of smaller changes to an already huge game. Beyond Light is available to preorder on PS4, Xbox One, Steam, and Stadia, and is coming to Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 as well. As always, there are a number of different editions to get.

Season 11, called Season of Arrivals, kicked off in Destiny 2 back in June, continuing the story of the Guardians in their ongoing battle to save humanity. The chain of events in Season 11 will lead into the upcoming expansion. As a new power emerges from the ancient pyramid ship above Europa, Jupiter’s frozen moon, the Guardians will be called to investigate its harsh frontier, infiltrate the Golden Age Braytech facility, and discover its secrets in Beyond Light. The expansion introduces a new elemental power, Stasis, and a brand-new six-person raid in the Deep Stone Crypt underneath the frozen tundra.

The livestream also confirmed the next major expansions that will come after Beyond Light. Witch Queen will arrive in 2021, while Lightfall will launch in 2022. The next expansions will mark the beginning of a new era in Destiny, according to Bungie.

Bungie also announced Destiny 2 will be coming to PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X. If you purchase Destiny 2: Beyond Light on Xbox One, it’ll be available on Xbox Series X for free because of Xbox Smart Delivery. PS4 purchases will also upgrade to PS5 for free.

Ready to preorder Destiny 2: Beyond Light? Check out its various editions and preorder bonuses below.

Destiny 2: Beyond Light preorder bonuses

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TV Schedule Changes This Week Due To Chuseok Holiday And Special Programming

Chuseok, commonly known as the Korean equivalent of Thanksgiving, falls on October 1 this year. Broadcasting stations will air special programming in celebration, and cast and crew will also be taking time off for the holiday, resulting in various television schedule changes.

Here are some of the changes to watch out for:

KBS

KBS2’s “A Man in a Veil” will not air on October 1 and 2 as well as “Music Bank” on October 2. Special Chuseok variety shows such as “Virtual Marketplace” and the film “E.X.I.T” will be broadcast instead.

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MBC

“My Wonderful Life” from September 30 through October 2, “When I Was the Most Beautiful” on October 1, and “Music Core” and “SF8” on October 2 have been canceled on MBC. Programs scheduled in their place include Chuseok special variety show “Crazy Noodle Recipe” and thefilms “Forbidden Dream” and “Coco.” Other Chuseok special shows to anticipate include the “2020 Idol Star eSports Championships – Chuseok Special” on October 1 and the “2020 Idol Star Dog-agility Championships – Chuseok Special” on October 2.

Catch up with “When I Was the Most Beautiful”:

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SBS

“Mom Has an Affair” on October 1 and 2, “Alice” on October 2 and 3, “Law of the Jungle” on October 3, and “Inkigayo” on October 4 will not be airing. Special programming that will air instead includes the films “The Divine Fury” and “Kim Ji Young, Born 1982” and the variety show pilot program “Home Star Wars.” The Chuseok special show “It’s Ramyeon Time” is also set to air on September 30.

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JTBC

“More Than Friends” on October 2 and 3, “Ask Us Anything” on October 3, and “Soccer Adventures” and “Don’t Be the First One” on October 4 will

UMG Unveils Special Programming, Mentorship Opportunities for Black Creatives & Students

The initiative is the company’s fourth since 2017 celebrating the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s Annual Legislative Conference.

Universal Music Group and its recently-established Task Force for Meaningful Change are celebrating the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s Annual Legislative Conference (CBC ALC) this year with a series of special programs, discussions and opportunities.

The celebrations kicked off last week with a trio of events, including the °1824 Mentorship Initiative, which selected 15 young Black creatives and college students for a new UMG mentorship program; an interactive recruitment workshop with UMG’s diversity & inclusion team; and a panel entitled “The Soundtrack to Change: A Discussion on Music and the Social Justice Movement” mounted by Republic Records’ Action Committee.

Other events and initiatives going forward will include “Black and Blue,” a live conversation on police brutality against Black and Brown communities hosted by Def Jam Forward with special guest Rep. Hakeem Jeffries (D-NY) along with Def Jam artists Chuck D, Jadakiss and Bobby Sessions; “Music Mavens,” a discussion between women leaders across UMG with special guest Rep. Robin Kelly (D-IL); and “The Art of Black Entrepreneurship & Brand Building,” a panel hosted by IGA with special guest Rep. Yvette Clark (D-NY).

This is the fourth year UMG has celebrated the CBC Foundation’s Annual Legislative Conference. Past years have included appearances by politicians, executives and artists including U.S. Senator and current Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris, Meek Mill, BJ the Chicago Kid and Rep. Brenda Lawrence (D-NY).

Unveiled in the wake of massive nationwide protests that sprang up following the May 25 killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police officers, the Task Force for Meaningful Change was designed to review UMG’s commitment to addressing issues of equality and inclusion inside the company and beyond. UMG simultaneously unveiled a $25 million “Change Fund”

Digital Strategy Lands MSA Safety Special Recognition by IR Magazine; Company Receives 2020 Best Investor Relations Website Award

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PITTSBURGH, Sept. 28, 2020 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ —
PITTSBURGH, Sept. 28, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Along with global safety equipment manufacturer MSA Safety Incorporated’s (NYSE: MSA) mission of protecting lives, staying agile and responsive to customer needs has been an unwavering focus for more than a century. Today, the company announced that their efforts to leverage digital technologies to engage with the investor community were recently recognized by IR Magazine with the 2020 Best Investor Relations (IR) Website award. The award was presented on September 16 as part of a virtual awards ceremony held by IR Magazine. Elyse Lorenzato, MSA Director of Investor Relations, accepted the award on behalf of the company.

Based on feedback from analysts, investors and a panel of judges, IR Magazine evaluates companies across 27 categories.  The Best IR Website category recognizes best-in-class websites that deliver “a top-notch customer experience, engaging content that meets analysts’ and investors’ needs, and provides a truly interactive experience.” 

MSA’s custom-branded IR site provides engaging content while seamlessly facilitating the investment research process. The site contains best-in-class features based on a mobile-responsive design, automatically adjusting to the size of a user’s device without sacrificing content or functionality.  These features include a new horizontal navigation menu; a featured resources “quick-links” section to display recent presentations and materials; social media gateways; multi-media landing pages for investor events; video content highlighting strategy and technology; quarterly infographics; ESG reports; and streamlined home-page content groupings to improve navigation through the site.

“I’m very proud of the cross-functional team that designed and launched the investor relations website and their success in bringing innovation to all aspects of MSA’s business,” said Ken Krause, MSA Senior Vice President, Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer.  “Our approach to

Digital Strategy Lands MSA Safety Special Recognition by IR Magazine; Company Receives 2020 Best Investor Relations Website Award | State

PITTSBURGH, Sept. 28, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Along with global safety equipment manufacturer MSA Safety Incorporated’s (NYSE: MSA) mission of protecting lives, staying agile and responsive to customer needs has been an unwavering focus for more than a century. Today, the company announced that their efforts to leverage digital technologies to engage with the investor community were recently recognized by IR Magazine with the 2020 Best Investor Relations (IR) Website award. The award was presented on September 16 as part of a virtual awards ceremony held by IR Magazine. Elyse Lorenzato, MSA Director of Investor Relations, accepted the award on behalf of the company.

Based on feedback from analysts, investors and a panel of judges, IR Magazine evaluates companies across 27 categories.  The Best IR Website category recognizes best-in-class websites that deliver “a top-notch customer experience, engaging content that meets analysts’ and investors’ needs, and provides a truly interactive experience.” 

MSA’s custom-branded IR site provides engaging content while seamlessly facilitating the investment research process. The site contains best-in-class features based on a mobile-responsive design, automatically adjusting to the size of a user’s device without sacrificing content or functionality.  These features include a new horizontal navigation menu; a featured resources “quick-links” section to display recent presentations and materials; social media gateways; multi-media landing pages for investor events; video content highlighting strategy and technology; quarterly infographics; ESG reports; and streamlined home-page content groupings to improve navigation through the site.

“I’m very proud of the cross-functional team that designed and launched the investor relations website and their success in bringing innovation to all aspects of MSA’s business,” said Ken Krause, MSA Senior Vice President, Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer.  “Our approach to investor relations has evolved concurrently as MSA has grown over the years.  As part of that journey, we’ve taken