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  • Lights, RED Camera, Action!
    Thursday May 31st 2007

    From a tent on the floor of the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Conference in Las Vegas to buzzing in the ears of the production gurus worldwide, the RED ONE camera is creating a lot of buzz since its magnesium cast prototype made its debut early this month. Scheduled for delivery at the end of the year, two hundred of these cameras were pre-ordered on its first day and a half on the scene.

  • TVO’s summer 2007 highlights
    Thursday May 31st 2007

    The battle for the heights of global economics, a psycho analysis of modern corporations, a festival of Canadian documentaries and the best debate and discussion on issues that matter most to the citizens of Ontario are all on offer on TVO this summer.

  • Lionsgate full year profit of $27.5M
    Thursday May 31st 2007

    VANCOUVER (CP) _ Independent film studio company Lionsgate reported earnings of $27.5 million for the full-year ended March 31, compared to $6.1 million last year due largely to international sales and television revenue. The Vancouver and Santa-Monica, Cali-based company, which trades on the New York Stock Exchange, said revenues climbed[…]

  • CBC’s new season faces hurdles
    Thursday May 31st 2007

    By Bill Brioux Each spring, TV networks on both sides of the border throw giant parties . It’s mainly an attempt to dazzle the ad community and create buzz for the coming season. While CTV and Global _ both set to launch next week _ take turns airlifting Desperate Housewives,[…]

  • ‘Green Giant’ Schwarzenegger
    Wednesday May 30th 2007

    California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger used his star power Wednesday to promote new agreements with Ontario on climate change and stem cell research, using self-deprecating jokes about his Austrian accent and his former job as a Hollywood action hero to charm his Canadian hosts.

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  • Lights, RED Camera, Action!
    Thursday May 31st 2007

    From a tent on the floor of the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Conference in Las Vegas to buzzing in the ears of the production gurus worldwide, the RED ONE camera is creating a lot of buzz since its magnesium cast prototype made its debut early this month. Scheduled for delivery at the end of the year, two hundred of these cameras were pre-ordered on its first day and a half on the scene.

  • TVO’s summer 2007 highlights
    Thursday May 31st 2007

    The battle for the heights of global economics, a psycho analysis of modern corporations, a festival of Canadian documentaries and the best debate and discussion on issues that matter most to the citizens of Ontario are all on offer on TVO this summer.

  • Lionsgate full year profit of $27.5M
    Thursday May 31st 2007

    VANCOUVER (CP) _ Independent film studio company Lionsgate reported earnings of $27.5 million for the full-year ended March 31, compared to $6.1 million last year due largely to international sales and television revenue. The Vancouver and Santa-Monica, Cali-based company, which trades on the New York Stock Exchange, said revenues climbed[…]

  • CBC’s new season faces hurdles
    Thursday May 31st 2007

    By Bill Brioux Each spring, TV networks on both sides of the border throw giant parties . It’s mainly an attempt to dazzle the ad community and create buzz for the coming season. While CTV and Global _ both set to launch next week _ take turns airlifting Desperate Housewives,[…]

  • ‘Green Giant’ Schwarzenegger
    Wednesday May 30th 2007

    California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger used his star power Wednesday to promote new agreements with Ontario on climate change and stem cell research, using self-deprecating jokes about his Austrian accent and his former job as a Hollywood action hero to charm his Canadian hosts.

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Archives for: May 20075
  • Lights, RED Camera, Action!
    Thursday May 31st 2007

    From a tent on the floor of the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Conference in Las Vegas to buzzing in the ears of the production gurus worldwide, the RED ONE camera is creating a lot of buzz since its magnesium cast prototype made its debut early this month. Scheduled for delivery at the end of the year, two hundred of these cameras were pre-ordered on its first day and a half on the scene.

  • TVO’s summer 2007 highlights
    Thursday May 31st 2007

    The battle for the heights of global economics, a psycho analysis of modern corporations, a festival of Canadian documentaries and the best debate and discussion on issues that matter most to the citizens of Ontario are all on offer on TVO this summer.

  • Lionsgate full year profit of $27.5M
    Thursday May 31st 2007

    VANCOUVER (CP) _ Independent film studio company Lionsgate reported earnings of $27.5 million for the full-year ended March 31, compared to $6.1 million last year due largely to international sales and television revenue. The Vancouver and Santa-Monica, Cali-based company, which trades on the New York Stock Exchange, said revenues climbed[…]

  • CBC’s new season faces hurdles
    Thursday May 31st 2007

    By Bill Brioux Each spring, TV networks on both sides of the border throw giant parties . It’s mainly an attempt to dazzle the ad community and create buzz for the coming season. While CTV and Global _ both set to launch next week _ take turns airlifting Desperate Housewives,[…]

  • ‘Green Giant’ Schwarzenegger
    Wednesday May 30th 2007

    California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger used his star power Wednesday to promote new agreements with Ontario on climate change and stem cell research, using self-deprecating jokes about his Austrian accent and his former job as a Hollywood action hero to charm his Canadian hosts.

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