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  • Burnett and Roma Downey to wed
    Tuesday November 28th 2006

    Actress Roma Downey and reality-show producer Mark Burnett are engaged, a publicist for the pair said Monday. Burnett proposed to Downey during a Thanksgiving trip to Mexico, publicist Jim Dowd said. Both are 46.

  • Canada Top 10 Weekend Box Office 11/24/06 to 11/27/06
    Tuesday November 28th 2006

    Source: Nielsen EDI

  • Media union to provide balance at CRTC hearings
    Monday November 27th 2006

    The National Vice-president of Canada’s largest media union will be on hand at the Canadian Radio/television and Telecommunications Commission hearings this week to respond to corporate submissions on the CRTC’s Review of Over-the-Air TV Policy.

  • CBC proposes future model to CRTC
    Monday November 27th 2006

    CBC/Radio-Canada today appeared before the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) in the first of a series of hearings for its conventional television policy review, a crucial part of establishing a new broadcast policy.

  • Stars demand action from CRTC
    Monday November 27th 2006

    Canadian stars including Wendy Crewson, Sonja Smits, Fiona Reid, and R.H. Thomson spoke out today about the Canadian TV drama crisis during the first day of CRTC public hearings. ACTRA has been sounding the alarm about the crisis in Canadian television drama for years, and demands that the CRTC fix its disastrous 1999 Television Policy.

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Archives for: November 20065
  • Burnett and Roma Downey to wed
    Tuesday November 28th 2006

    Actress Roma Downey and reality-show producer Mark Burnett are engaged, a publicist for the pair said Monday. Burnett proposed to Downey during a Thanksgiving trip to Mexico, publicist Jim Dowd said. Both are 46.

  • Canada Top 10 Weekend Box Office 11/24/06 to 11/27/06
    Tuesday November 28th 2006

    Source: Nielsen EDI

  • Media union to provide balance at CRTC hearings
    Monday November 27th 2006

    The National Vice-president of Canada’s largest media union will be on hand at the Canadian Radio/television and Telecommunications Commission hearings this week to respond to corporate submissions on the CRTC’s Review of Over-the-Air TV Policy.

  • CBC proposes future model to CRTC
    Monday November 27th 2006

    CBC/Radio-Canada today appeared before the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) in the first of a series of hearings for its conventional television policy review, a crucial part of establishing a new broadcast policy.

  • Stars demand action from CRTC
    Monday November 27th 2006

    Canadian stars including Wendy Crewson, Sonja Smits, Fiona Reid, and R.H. Thomson spoke out today about the Canadian TV drama crisis during the first day of CRTC public hearings. ACTRA has been sounding the alarm about the crisis in Canadian television drama for years, and demands that the CRTC fix its disastrous 1999 Television Policy.

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Archives for: November 20065
  • Burnett and Roma Downey to wed
    Tuesday November 28th 2006

    Actress Roma Downey and reality-show producer Mark Burnett are engaged, a publicist for the pair said Monday. Burnett proposed to Downey during a Thanksgiving trip to Mexico, publicist Jim Dowd said. Both are 46.

  • Canada Top 10 Weekend Box Office 11/24/06 to 11/27/06
    Tuesday November 28th 2006

    Source: Nielsen EDI

  • Media union to provide balance at CRTC hearings
    Monday November 27th 2006

    The National Vice-president of Canada’s largest media union will be on hand at the Canadian Radio/television and Telecommunications Commission hearings this week to respond to corporate submissions on the CRTC’s Review of Over-the-Air TV Policy.

  • CBC proposes future model to CRTC
    Monday November 27th 2006

    CBC/Radio-Canada today appeared before the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) in the first of a series of hearings for its conventional television policy review, a crucial part of establishing a new broadcast policy.

  • Stars demand action from CRTC
    Monday November 27th 2006

    Canadian stars including Wendy Crewson, Sonja Smits, Fiona Reid, and R.H. Thomson spoke out today about the Canadian TV drama crisis during the first day of CRTC public hearings. ACTRA has been sounding the alarm about the crisis in Canadian television drama for years, and demands that the CRTC fix its disastrous 1999 Television Policy.

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