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  • Governator a hit with Canadians
    Wednesday June 06th 2007

    Arnold Schwarzenegger, the Governator, made a strong impression on Canadians during his recent visit to the Great White North, producing poll numbers any local politician would die for.

  • Heroes,’ ‘House’ back on Global this fall, but network launch marred by protest
    Wednesday June 06th 2007

    Colin Mochrie, Wendy Crewson and Gordon Pinsent were among several dozen performers who put a damper on Global’s splashy fall TV launch Wednesday, waving placards and yelling slogans outside a downtown theatre demanding that more homegrown series be put on television.

  • New bill targets video piracy
    Tuesday June 05th 2007

    The federal government has introduced a bill that, if passed, would make it a crime to camcord movies in theaters, bringing a punishment of up to five years in prison for movie pirates and allowing for the seizure of any equipment used in the crime.

  • CTV’s announces slate of new and returning shows for its fall schedule
    Monday June 04th 2007

    CTV has announced its fall television lineup, a prime-time schedule abundant with big American blockbusters and new shows the private broadcaster is hoping will be the hits of next season.

  • Shaw, CTF re – ignite bitter spat
    Monday June 04th 2007

    Shaw Communications Inc. (TSX:SJR) has re-ignited a bitter dispute with the Canadian Television Fund. The cable giant is accusing fund executives of trying to tighten their grip on hundreds of millions in consumer and taxpayer dollars that are used to fund domestic TV shows.

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Archives for: June 20075
  • Governator a hit with Canadians
    Wednesday June 06th 2007

    Arnold Schwarzenegger, the Governator, made a strong impression on Canadians during his recent visit to the Great White North, producing poll numbers any local politician would die for.

  • Heroes,’ ‘House’ back on Global this fall, but network launch marred by protest
    Wednesday June 06th 2007

    Colin Mochrie, Wendy Crewson and Gordon Pinsent were among several dozen performers who put a damper on Global’s splashy fall TV launch Wednesday, waving placards and yelling slogans outside a downtown theatre demanding that more homegrown series be put on television.

  • New bill targets video piracy
    Tuesday June 05th 2007

    The federal government has introduced a bill that, if passed, would make it a crime to camcord movies in theaters, bringing a punishment of up to five years in prison for movie pirates and allowing for the seizure of any equipment used in the crime.

  • CTV’s announces slate of new and returning shows for its fall schedule
    Monday June 04th 2007

    CTV has announced its fall television lineup, a prime-time schedule abundant with big American blockbusters and new shows the private broadcaster is hoping will be the hits of next season.

  • Shaw, CTF re – ignite bitter spat
    Monday June 04th 2007

    Shaw Communications Inc. (TSX:SJR) has re-ignited a bitter dispute with the Canadian Television Fund. The cable giant is accusing fund executives of trying to tighten their grip on hundreds of millions in consumer and taxpayer dollars that are used to fund domestic TV shows.

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ARCHIVES

Archives for: June 20075
  • Governator a hit with Canadians
    Wednesday June 06th 2007

    Arnold Schwarzenegger, the Governator, made a strong impression on Canadians during his recent visit to the Great White North, producing poll numbers any local politician would die for.

  • Heroes,’ ‘House’ back on Global this fall, but network launch marred by protest
    Wednesday June 06th 2007

    Colin Mochrie, Wendy Crewson and Gordon Pinsent were among several dozen performers who put a damper on Global’s splashy fall TV launch Wednesday, waving placards and yelling slogans outside a downtown theatre demanding that more homegrown series be put on television.

  • New bill targets video piracy
    Tuesday June 05th 2007

    The federal government has introduced a bill that, if passed, would make it a crime to camcord movies in theaters, bringing a punishment of up to five years in prison for movie pirates and allowing for the seizure of any equipment used in the crime.

  • CTV’s announces slate of new and returning shows for its fall schedule
    Monday June 04th 2007

    CTV has announced its fall television lineup, a prime-time schedule abundant with big American blockbusters and new shows the private broadcaster is hoping will be the hits of next season.

  • Shaw, CTF re – ignite bitter spat
    Monday June 04th 2007

    Shaw Communications Inc. (TSX:SJR) has re-ignited a bitter dispute with the Canadian Television Fund. The cable giant is accusing fund executives of trying to tighten their grip on hundreds of millions in consumer and taxpayer dollars that are used to fund domestic TV shows.

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