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  • Live Earth Broadcast is CTV’s Most Ambitious Television Event Ever
    Saturday June 30th 2007

    An unprecedented, multi-channel effort to deliver a green message to Canadians will make CTV’s broadcast of Live Earth: The Concerts for a Climate in Crisis on 7/7/07 it’s most ambitious television project ever, CTV announced today.

  • HD DVD supporters tout new features
    Saturday June 30th 2007

    HD DVD has recently faced some head wind in its struggle to become the high-definition successor to the DVD, but its supporters are playing an ace from their sleeve with the arrival of the first discs that take advantage of its players’ built-in Internet connections.

  • Stage actor William Hutt dead
    Wednesday June 27th 2007

    William Hutt, who was widely considered one of the world’s finest Shakespearean actors and trod the boards at the Stratford Festival of Canada for almost four decades in some 130 productions, has died.

  • CTV Strikes Multi-Platform Content Deal for Laugh Nets’ Program Library
    Wednesday June 27th 2007

    Canadian broadcaster CTV and Comedy Central have concluded a comprehensive, multi-year content deal between CTV and the Viacom-owned (NYSE: VIA and VIA.B) cable network, it was announced today by Susanne Boyce, CTV President of Programming and Chair of the CTV Media Group and Michele Ganeless, Executive Vice President and General Manager, Comedy Central.

  • Elizabeth: The Golden Age at TIFF
    Tuesday June 26th 2007

    The sequel to the Oscar-nominated film "Elizabeth" will screen at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival. Cate Blanchett and Geoffrey Rush reprise their roles in "Elizabeth: The Golden Age," joining director Shekhar Kapur in the historical drama that finds Queen Elizabeth I facing bloodlust for her throne and familial betrayal.

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Archives for: June 20075
  • Live Earth Broadcast is CTV’s Most Ambitious Television Event Ever
    Saturday June 30th 2007

    An unprecedented, multi-channel effort to deliver a green message to Canadians will make CTV’s broadcast of Live Earth: The Concerts for a Climate in Crisis on 7/7/07 it’s most ambitious television project ever, CTV announced today.

  • HD DVD supporters tout new features
    Saturday June 30th 2007

    HD DVD has recently faced some head wind in its struggle to become the high-definition successor to the DVD, but its supporters are playing an ace from their sleeve with the arrival of the first discs that take advantage of its players’ built-in Internet connections.

  • Stage actor William Hutt dead
    Wednesday June 27th 2007

    William Hutt, who was widely considered one of the world’s finest Shakespearean actors and trod the boards at the Stratford Festival of Canada for almost four decades in some 130 productions, has died.

  • CTV Strikes Multi-Platform Content Deal for Laugh Nets’ Program Library
    Wednesday June 27th 2007

    Canadian broadcaster CTV and Comedy Central have concluded a comprehensive, multi-year content deal between CTV and the Viacom-owned (NYSE: VIA and VIA.B) cable network, it was announced today by Susanne Boyce, CTV President of Programming and Chair of the CTV Media Group and Michele Ganeless, Executive Vice President and General Manager, Comedy Central.

  • Elizabeth: The Golden Age at TIFF
    Tuesday June 26th 2007

    The sequel to the Oscar-nominated film "Elizabeth" will screen at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival. Cate Blanchett and Geoffrey Rush reprise their roles in "Elizabeth: The Golden Age," joining director Shekhar Kapur in the historical drama that finds Queen Elizabeth I facing bloodlust for her throne and familial betrayal.

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ARCHIVES

Archives for: June 20075
  • Live Earth Broadcast is CTV’s Most Ambitious Television Event Ever
    Saturday June 30th 2007

    An unprecedented, multi-channel effort to deliver a green message to Canadians will make CTV’s broadcast of Live Earth: The Concerts for a Climate in Crisis on 7/7/07 it’s most ambitious television project ever, CTV announced today.

  • HD DVD supporters tout new features
    Saturday June 30th 2007

    HD DVD has recently faced some head wind in its struggle to become the high-definition successor to the DVD, but its supporters are playing an ace from their sleeve with the arrival of the first discs that take advantage of its players’ built-in Internet connections.

  • Stage actor William Hutt dead
    Wednesday June 27th 2007

    William Hutt, who was widely considered one of the world’s finest Shakespearean actors and trod the boards at the Stratford Festival of Canada for almost four decades in some 130 productions, has died.

  • CTV Strikes Multi-Platform Content Deal for Laugh Nets’ Program Library
    Wednesday June 27th 2007

    Canadian broadcaster CTV and Comedy Central have concluded a comprehensive, multi-year content deal between CTV and the Viacom-owned (NYSE: VIA and VIA.B) cable network, it was announced today by Susanne Boyce, CTV President of Programming and Chair of the CTV Media Group and Michele Ganeless, Executive Vice President and General Manager, Comedy Central.

  • Elizabeth: The Golden Age at TIFF
    Tuesday June 26th 2007

    The sequel to the Oscar-nominated film "Elizabeth" will screen at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival. Cate Blanchett and Geoffrey Rush reprise their roles in "Elizabeth: The Golden Age," joining director Shekhar Kapur in the historical drama that finds Queen Elizabeth I facing bloodlust for her throne and familial betrayal.

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