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  • CRTC urged to reject subscription fees
    Thursday November 30th 2006

    Allowing TV networks to charge subscription fees for their conventional signals carried on cable and satellite, is just a cash grab, a senior Bell Canada executive told the CRTC on Thursday.

    Gary Smith, president of Bell Video Group, which runs the Bell ExpressVu direct-to-home satellite service, said the idea is "the wrong solution to an unsubstantiated problem."

  • Talks crawling, four weeks to go
    Thursday November 30th 2006

    Negotiations between ACTRA and producers advanced today – at a snail’s pace – four weeks before the expiry of the agreement.
    "The good news is that today we agreed to a roadmap on how to address the numerous issues on the table," said Stephen Waddell,

  • Telefilm/Canadian selection at Sundance
    Thursday November 30th 2006

    Telefilm Canada is proud to announce that seven Canadian feature-length films have been officially selected at the prestigious 2007 Sundance Film Festival – the strongest Canadian line-up since 2003. Four of the Canadian filmmakers will be returning to the Festival for their sophomore year: Jennifer Baichwal (The True Meaning of Pictures: Shelby Lee Adam’s Appalachia; 2003), S. Wyeth Clarkson (deadend.com; 2003), Sarah Polley (I Shout Love; 2002) and Ian Iqbal Rashid (Touch of Pink; 2004).

  • ‘House’ dominates Tuesday night, Prison Break, Heroes tops Monday
    Thursday November 30th 2006

    Canadians have a soft spot for the cantankerous Dr. Gregory House…over 2.5 million viewers tuned into an all-new episode of House on Global last night, solidly pushing it into the #1 spot for Tuesday evening for its fifth consecutive week, and an astounding six consecutive weeks for the key demo Adults 18-49.

  • Hollywood new trend: no underwear
    Wednesday November 29th 2006

    Hollywood has its share of dubious fashion trends: the purse-sized chihuahua, the oversized sunglasses, the return of leg-warmers. But the apparent desire by some of Hollywood’s hottest young female stars to be photographed getting in and out of limousines in short skirts while wearing absolutely no undergarments is arguably one of Tinseltown’s most disturbing new crazes.

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Archives for: November 20065
  • CRTC urged to reject subscription fees
    Thursday November 30th 2006

    Allowing TV networks to charge subscription fees for their conventional signals carried on cable and satellite, is just a cash grab, a senior Bell Canada executive told the CRTC on Thursday.

    Gary Smith, president of Bell Video Group, which runs the Bell ExpressVu direct-to-home satellite service, said the idea is "the wrong solution to an unsubstantiated problem."

  • Talks crawling, four weeks to go
    Thursday November 30th 2006

    Negotiations between ACTRA and producers advanced today – at a snail’s pace – four weeks before the expiry of the agreement.
    "The good news is that today we agreed to a roadmap on how to address the numerous issues on the table," said Stephen Waddell,

  • Telefilm/Canadian selection at Sundance
    Thursday November 30th 2006

    Telefilm Canada is proud to announce that seven Canadian feature-length films have been officially selected at the prestigious 2007 Sundance Film Festival – the strongest Canadian line-up since 2003. Four of the Canadian filmmakers will be returning to the Festival for their sophomore year: Jennifer Baichwal (The True Meaning of Pictures: Shelby Lee Adam’s Appalachia; 2003), S. Wyeth Clarkson (deadend.com; 2003), Sarah Polley (I Shout Love; 2002) and Ian Iqbal Rashid (Touch of Pink; 2004).

  • ‘House’ dominates Tuesday night, Prison Break, Heroes tops Monday
    Thursday November 30th 2006

    Canadians have a soft spot for the cantankerous Dr. Gregory House…over 2.5 million viewers tuned into an all-new episode of House on Global last night, solidly pushing it into the #1 spot for Tuesday evening for its fifth consecutive week, and an astounding six consecutive weeks for the key demo Adults 18-49.

  • Hollywood new trend: no underwear
    Wednesday November 29th 2006

    Hollywood has its share of dubious fashion trends: the purse-sized chihuahua, the oversized sunglasses, the return of leg-warmers. But the apparent desire by some of Hollywood’s hottest young female stars to be photographed getting in and out of limousines in short skirts while wearing absolutely no undergarments is arguably one of Tinseltown’s most disturbing new crazes.

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Archives for: November 20065
  • CRTC urged to reject subscription fees
    Thursday November 30th 2006

    Allowing TV networks to charge subscription fees for their conventional signals carried on cable and satellite, is just a cash grab, a senior Bell Canada executive told the CRTC on Thursday.

    Gary Smith, president of Bell Video Group, which runs the Bell ExpressVu direct-to-home satellite service, said the idea is "the wrong solution to an unsubstantiated problem."

  • Talks crawling, four weeks to go
    Thursday November 30th 2006

    Negotiations between ACTRA and producers advanced today – at a snail’s pace – four weeks before the expiry of the agreement.
    "The good news is that today we agreed to a roadmap on how to address the numerous issues on the table," said Stephen Waddell,

  • Telefilm/Canadian selection at Sundance
    Thursday November 30th 2006

    Telefilm Canada is proud to announce that seven Canadian feature-length films have been officially selected at the prestigious 2007 Sundance Film Festival – the strongest Canadian line-up since 2003. Four of the Canadian filmmakers will be returning to the Festival for their sophomore year: Jennifer Baichwal (The True Meaning of Pictures: Shelby Lee Adam’s Appalachia; 2003), S. Wyeth Clarkson (deadend.com; 2003), Sarah Polley (I Shout Love; 2002) and Ian Iqbal Rashid (Touch of Pink; 2004).

  • ‘House’ dominates Tuesday night, Prison Break, Heroes tops Monday
    Thursday November 30th 2006

    Canadians have a soft spot for the cantankerous Dr. Gregory House…over 2.5 million viewers tuned into an all-new episode of House on Global last night, solidly pushing it into the #1 spot for Tuesday evening for its fifth consecutive week, and an astounding six consecutive weeks for the key demo Adults 18-49.

  • Hollywood new trend: no underwear
    Wednesday November 29th 2006

    Hollywood has its share of dubious fashion trends: the purse-sized chihuahua, the oversized sunglasses, the return of leg-warmers. But the apparent desire by some of Hollywood’s hottest young female stars to be photographed getting in and out of limousines in short skirts while wearing absolutely no undergarments is arguably one of Tinseltown’s most disturbing new crazes.

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