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  • Dragons Den auditons May 5th
    Thursday April 26th 2007

    Auditions are taking place in Toronto for season two of DRAGONSDEN, returning this fall on CBC Television. The show gives aspiring entrepreneurs the opportunity to pitch their ideas to a panel of wealthy businesspeople also known as the Dragons on national television. The prize is real cash and real investment, from the Dragons’ own pockets. The Dragons have agreed to invest their own money in the best ideas.

  • BITE Television wins Intl. Emmy
    Thursday April 26th 2007

    Canada’s own BITE Television took home a coveted Emmy® award in the Interactive Channel category presented by The International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences in Cannes, France. This is the first year that the Interactive Channel Emmy has been awarded to a Canadian company. BITE Television beat out the UK’s Movie Networks Now and WIN TV. The black-tie ceremony was attended by more than 250 international executives from the television, broadband and mobile industries.

  • Play Dead on CSI contest launches April 26th.
    Thursday April 26th 2007

    One CTV viewer will get the chance to play a corpse on the hit series CSI next season after winning the “CSI Miniature Killer Contest,” launching tomorrow, Thursday, April 26 on CTV. The contest will see one CSI fan win a “to die for,” “lie-down role” on the series next season as well as a trip for two to L.A. and a complete tour of the CSI set (see “Contest Details,” below)

  • Telefilm renews theatrical doc. pilot program
    Thursday April 26th 2007

    Telefilm Canada, together with partners CBC Television, The Rogers Group of Funds and the National Film Board of Canada, is pleased to announce the one-year renewal of the Theatrical Documentary Pilot Program, with funds in excess of $2 million, for the production and completion of feature-length documentaries intended for Canadian theatrical release.

  • Artists ask Liberals to keep promise
    Wednesday April 25th 2007

    ACTRA Toronto President, Karl Pruner, called on the Ontario Liberal government to keep its promise to artists by adopting meaningful amendments to the badly flawed Status Of Ontario Artists Act.

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Archives for: April 20075
  • Dragons Den auditons May 5th
    Thursday April 26th 2007

    Auditions are taking place in Toronto for season two of DRAGONSDEN, returning this fall on CBC Television. The show gives aspiring entrepreneurs the opportunity to pitch their ideas to a panel of wealthy businesspeople also known as the Dragons on national television. The prize is real cash and real investment, from the Dragons’ own pockets. The Dragons have agreed to invest their own money in the best ideas.

  • BITE Television wins Intl. Emmy
    Thursday April 26th 2007

    Canada’s own BITE Television took home a coveted Emmy® award in the Interactive Channel category presented by The International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences in Cannes, France. This is the first year that the Interactive Channel Emmy has been awarded to a Canadian company. BITE Television beat out the UK’s Movie Networks Now and WIN TV. The black-tie ceremony was attended by more than 250 international executives from the television, broadband and mobile industries.

  • Play Dead on CSI contest launches April 26th.
    Thursday April 26th 2007

    One CTV viewer will get the chance to play a corpse on the hit series CSI next season after winning the “CSI Miniature Killer Contest,” launching tomorrow, Thursday, April 26 on CTV. The contest will see one CSI fan win a “to die for,” “lie-down role” on the series next season as well as a trip for two to L.A. and a complete tour of the CSI set (see “Contest Details,” below)

  • Telefilm renews theatrical doc. pilot program
    Thursday April 26th 2007

    Telefilm Canada, together with partners CBC Television, The Rogers Group of Funds and the National Film Board of Canada, is pleased to announce the one-year renewal of the Theatrical Documentary Pilot Program, with funds in excess of $2 million, for the production and completion of feature-length documentaries intended for Canadian theatrical release.

  • Artists ask Liberals to keep promise
    Wednesday April 25th 2007

    ACTRA Toronto President, Karl Pruner, called on the Ontario Liberal government to keep its promise to artists by adopting meaningful amendments to the badly flawed Status Of Ontario Artists Act.

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Archives for: April 20075
  • Dragons Den auditons May 5th
    Thursday April 26th 2007

    Auditions are taking place in Toronto for season two of DRAGONSDEN, returning this fall on CBC Television. The show gives aspiring entrepreneurs the opportunity to pitch their ideas to a panel of wealthy businesspeople also known as the Dragons on national television. The prize is real cash and real investment, from the Dragons’ own pockets. The Dragons have agreed to invest their own money in the best ideas.

  • BITE Television wins Intl. Emmy
    Thursday April 26th 2007

    Canada’s own BITE Television took home a coveted Emmy® award in the Interactive Channel category presented by The International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences in Cannes, France. This is the first year that the Interactive Channel Emmy has been awarded to a Canadian company. BITE Television beat out the UK’s Movie Networks Now and WIN TV. The black-tie ceremony was attended by more than 250 international executives from the television, broadband and mobile industries.

  • Play Dead on CSI contest launches April 26th.
    Thursday April 26th 2007

    One CTV viewer will get the chance to play a corpse on the hit series CSI next season after winning the “CSI Miniature Killer Contest,” launching tomorrow, Thursday, April 26 on CTV. The contest will see one CSI fan win a “to die for,” “lie-down role” on the series next season as well as a trip for two to L.A. and a complete tour of the CSI set (see “Contest Details,” below)

  • Telefilm renews theatrical doc. pilot program
    Thursday April 26th 2007

    Telefilm Canada, together with partners CBC Television, The Rogers Group of Funds and the National Film Board of Canada, is pleased to announce the one-year renewal of the Theatrical Documentary Pilot Program, with funds in excess of $2 million, for the production and completion of feature-length documentaries intended for Canadian theatrical release.

  • Artists ask Liberals to keep promise
    Wednesday April 25th 2007

    ACTRA Toronto President, Karl Pruner, called on the Ontario Liberal government to keep its promise to artists by adopting meaningful amendments to the badly flawed Status Of Ontario Artists Act.

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