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  • CTF $242 m Performance Envelopes
    Saturday March 31st 2007

    The Canadian Television Fund (CTF) announced its Broadcaster Performance Envelopes (BPEs) allocations for fiscal 2007-2008. Via BPEs, more than $242 million will be injected into the Canadian television industry over the next 12 months to support programming including Drama, Children’s and Youth, Variety & Performing Arts and Documentaries, in English and French languages.

  • Canadian TV profit picture
    Thursday March 29th 2007

    Rising costs for buying popular U.S. shows like American Idol may be helping Canada’s private television stations win the ratings war, but they’re interfering with the profit picture.

  • CRTC report proves Canada’s broadcasting system is broken
    Thursday March 29th 2007

    Canadian broadcasters decrease Canadian TV drama spending by 13.7 and increase foreign TV drama spending by 19.2

  • Canada Top 10 Weekend Box Office 03/23/07 TO 03/26/07
    Wednesday March 28th 2007

    Source: Nielsen EDI

  • Hot Docs adds ‘What would Jesus buy?’
    Wednesday March 28th 2007

    Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival is pleased to announce the addition of Rob Van Alkemade’s WHAT WOULD JESUS BUY? (USA, 89 min) to its Special Presentations programme at the upcoming 14th annual Festival, April 19-29, 2007. Produced by Academy Award-nominated director Morgan Spurlock (SUPER SIZE ME), the SXSW hit will receive its international premiere on Tuesday, April 24 at 6:30 pm at the Bloor Cinema (506 Bloor Street West), and will have a repeat screening on Thursday, April 26 at 11:00 pm, also at the Bloor Cinema.

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Archives for: March 20075
  • CTF $242 m Performance Envelopes
    Saturday March 31st 2007

    The Canadian Television Fund (CTF) announced its Broadcaster Performance Envelopes (BPEs) allocations for fiscal 2007-2008. Via BPEs, more than $242 million will be injected into the Canadian television industry over the next 12 months to support programming including Drama, Children’s and Youth, Variety & Performing Arts and Documentaries, in English and French languages.

  • Canadian TV profit picture
    Thursday March 29th 2007

    Rising costs for buying popular U.S. shows like American Idol may be helping Canada’s private television stations win the ratings war, but they’re interfering with the profit picture.

  • CRTC report proves Canada’s broadcasting system is broken
    Thursday March 29th 2007

    Canadian broadcasters decrease Canadian TV drama spending by 13.7 and increase foreign TV drama spending by 19.2

  • Canada Top 10 Weekend Box Office 03/23/07 TO 03/26/07
    Wednesday March 28th 2007

    Source: Nielsen EDI

  • Hot Docs adds ‘What would Jesus buy?’
    Wednesday March 28th 2007

    Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival is pleased to announce the addition of Rob Van Alkemade’s WHAT WOULD JESUS BUY? (USA, 89 min) to its Special Presentations programme at the upcoming 14th annual Festival, April 19-29, 2007. Produced by Academy Award-nominated director Morgan Spurlock (SUPER SIZE ME), the SXSW hit will receive its international premiere on Tuesday, April 24 at 6:30 pm at the Bloor Cinema (506 Bloor Street West), and will have a repeat screening on Thursday, April 26 at 11:00 pm, also at the Bloor Cinema.

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Archives for: March 20075
  • CTF $242 m Performance Envelopes
    Saturday March 31st 2007

    The Canadian Television Fund (CTF) announced its Broadcaster Performance Envelopes (BPEs) allocations for fiscal 2007-2008. Via BPEs, more than $242 million will be injected into the Canadian television industry over the next 12 months to support programming including Drama, Children’s and Youth, Variety & Performing Arts and Documentaries, in English and French languages.

  • Canadian TV profit picture
    Thursday March 29th 2007

    Rising costs for buying popular U.S. shows like American Idol may be helping Canada’s private television stations win the ratings war, but they’re interfering with the profit picture.

  • CRTC report proves Canada’s broadcasting system is broken
    Thursday March 29th 2007

    Canadian broadcasters decrease Canadian TV drama spending by 13.7 and increase foreign TV drama spending by 19.2

  • Canada Top 10 Weekend Box Office 03/23/07 TO 03/26/07
    Wednesday March 28th 2007

    Source: Nielsen EDI

  • Hot Docs adds ‘What would Jesus buy?’
    Wednesday March 28th 2007

    Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival is pleased to announce the addition of Rob Van Alkemade’s WHAT WOULD JESUS BUY? (USA, 89 min) to its Special Presentations programme at the upcoming 14th annual Festival, April 19-29, 2007. Produced by Academy Award-nominated director Morgan Spurlock (SUPER SIZE ME), the SXSW hit will receive its international premiere on Tuesday, April 24 at 6:30 pm at the Bloor Cinema (506 Bloor Street West), and will have a repeat screening on Thursday, April 26 at 11:00 pm, also at the Bloor Cinema.

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