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$29m renewal of New Media Fund

BANFF, Alberta (CP) _ The federal government has announced it will spend $29 million over the next two years to renew a program aimed at helping the development of Canadian new media products.

New media is a generic term for the many different forms of electronic communication that are made possible through the use of computer technology including streaming audio and video, websites, digital cameras and DVD and CD-ROM media.

Canadian Heritage Minister Bev Oda made the announcement on Sunday at a digital media conference in Banff, Alta.

She said the Canada New Media Fund will continue to support the creation of Canadian digital interactive content in both official languages.

Oda said it is important that Canadians have a choice in an increasingly crowded digital marketplace.

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Headline, Industry News

$29m renewal of New Media Fund

BANFF, Alberta (CP) _ The federal government has announced it will spend $29 million over the next two years to renew a program aimed at helping the development of Canadian new media products.

New media is a generic term for the many different forms of electronic communication that are made possible through the use of computer technology including streaming audio and video, websites, digital cameras and DVD and CD-ROM media.

Canadian Heritage Minister Bev Oda made the announcement on Sunday at a digital media conference in Banff, Alta.

She said the Canada New Media Fund will continue to support the creation of Canadian digital interactive content in both official languages.

Oda said it is important that Canadians have a choice in an increasingly crowded digital marketplace.

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Headline, Industry News

$29m renewal of New Media Fund

BANFF, Alberta (CP) _ The federal government has announced it will spend $29 million over the next two years to renew a program aimed at helping the development of Canadian new media products.

New media is a generic term for the many different forms of electronic communication that are made possible through the use of computer technology including streaming audio and video, websites, digital cameras and DVD and CD-ROM media.

Canadian Heritage Minister Bev Oda made the announcement on Sunday at a digital media conference in Banff, Alta.

She said the Canada New Media Fund will continue to support the creation of Canadian digital interactive content in both official languages.

Oda said it is important that Canadians have a choice in an increasingly crowded digital marketplace.

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