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  • Sony of Canada and Videoscope present the XDCAM HD WorkFlow Seminar
    Thursday November 27th 2008

    In response to customer concerns, Sony of Canada and Videoscope are presenting an XDCAM HD WorkFlow Seminar. This two hour presentation will cover everything camera people, video producers, and post house personnel need to know about the XDCAM HD workflow: “From Acquisition to Post Production: How to get HD from the Shoot to the End User.” The seminar takes place on Friday, December 5 at 10:00 a.m. Space is limited so RSVP to Silvia: swineland@videoscope.com.

  • Canwest inks deal to air Walters
    Wednesday November 26th 2008

    Canwest Broadcasting has inked a three-year deal to air Barbara Walters specials on its flagship Global network, poaching her from rival CTV. “Barbara Walters Presents: The 10 Most Fascinating People of 2008″ will be on Global on Dec. 4, simulcast with ABC. That spec will include interviews with Will Smith,[…]

  • SAG stance sends pilots to AFTRA
    Wednesday November 26th 2008

    The strike saber-rattling by the Screen Actors Guild is sending the studios into the arms of its rival, AFTRA, for pilot season. The prospect of SAG going on strike by mid-January, just as primetime’s pilot season starts in earnest, is ensuring that more broadcast network pilots will be produced under[…]

  • Priestley returns to host Gemini Awards
    Wednesday November 26th 2008

    Jason Priestley is a fan of Canadian television, so it makes perfect sense for him to host this year’s Gemini Awards. The Geminis honour the best in Canadian television; at one time, putting the words ‘best’ and ‘Canadian television’ together would have garnered several jokes at the expense of Canada’s TV industry. Today, it’s a different story. The Canadian television landscape has changed dramatically since The Beachcombers and The Littlest Hobo. “Now (the industry) is so much bigger and so much better funded than when I started,” said Priestley.

  • Thread comes out of ‘Button’
    Tuesday November 25th 2008

    An aborted screening of “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button” last week has raised concerns within the film community over digital projection. On Thursday night at the DGA Theatre in Los Angeles, Paramount held the first major industry showing of “Button,” David Fincher’s widely anticipated drama that is expected to be one of the season’s big awards contenders. But about 25 minutes into the film, the image froze, the film stopped and the house lights went up…

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  • Sony of Canada and Videoscope present the XDCAM HD WorkFlow Seminar
    Thursday November 27th 2008

    In response to customer concerns, Sony of Canada and Videoscope are presenting an XDCAM HD WorkFlow Seminar. This two hour presentation will cover everything camera people, video producers, and post house personnel need to know about the XDCAM HD workflow: “From Acquisition to Post Production: How to get HD from the Shoot to the End User.” The seminar takes place on Friday, December 5 at 10:00 a.m. Space is limited so RSVP to Silvia: swineland@videoscope.com.

  • Canwest inks deal to air Walters
    Wednesday November 26th 2008

    Canwest Broadcasting has inked a three-year deal to air Barbara Walters specials on its flagship Global network, poaching her from rival CTV. “Barbara Walters Presents: The 10 Most Fascinating People of 2008″ will be on Global on Dec. 4, simulcast with ABC. That spec will include interviews with Will Smith,[…]

  • SAG stance sends pilots to AFTRA
    Wednesday November 26th 2008

    The strike saber-rattling by the Screen Actors Guild is sending the studios into the arms of its rival, AFTRA, for pilot season. The prospect of SAG going on strike by mid-January, just as primetime’s pilot season starts in earnest, is ensuring that more broadcast network pilots will be produced under[…]

  • Priestley returns to host Gemini Awards
    Wednesday November 26th 2008

    Jason Priestley is a fan of Canadian television, so it makes perfect sense for him to host this year’s Gemini Awards. The Geminis honour the best in Canadian television; at one time, putting the words ‘best’ and ‘Canadian television’ together would have garnered several jokes at the expense of Canada’s TV industry. Today, it’s a different story. The Canadian television landscape has changed dramatically since The Beachcombers and The Littlest Hobo. “Now (the industry) is so much bigger and so much better funded than when I started,” said Priestley.

  • Thread comes out of ‘Button’
    Tuesday November 25th 2008

    An aborted screening of “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button” last week has raised concerns within the film community over digital projection. On Thursday night at the DGA Theatre in Los Angeles, Paramount held the first major industry showing of “Button,” David Fincher’s widely anticipated drama that is expected to be one of the season’s big awards contenders. But about 25 minutes into the film, the image froze, the film stopped and the house lights went up…

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Archives for: November 20085
  • Sony of Canada and Videoscope present the XDCAM HD WorkFlow Seminar
    Thursday November 27th 2008

    In response to customer concerns, Sony of Canada and Videoscope are presenting an XDCAM HD WorkFlow Seminar. This two hour presentation will cover everything camera people, video producers, and post house personnel need to know about the XDCAM HD workflow: “From Acquisition to Post Production: How to get HD from the Shoot to the End User.” The seminar takes place on Friday, December 5 at 10:00 a.m. Space is limited so RSVP to Silvia: swineland@videoscope.com.

  • Canwest inks deal to air Walters
    Wednesday November 26th 2008

    Canwest Broadcasting has inked a three-year deal to air Barbara Walters specials on its flagship Global network, poaching her from rival CTV. “Barbara Walters Presents: The 10 Most Fascinating People of 2008″ will be on Global on Dec. 4, simulcast with ABC. That spec will include interviews with Will Smith,[…]

  • SAG stance sends pilots to AFTRA
    Wednesday November 26th 2008

    The strike saber-rattling by the Screen Actors Guild is sending the studios into the arms of its rival, AFTRA, for pilot season. The prospect of SAG going on strike by mid-January, just as primetime’s pilot season starts in earnest, is ensuring that more broadcast network pilots will be produced under[…]

  • Priestley returns to host Gemini Awards
    Wednesday November 26th 2008

    Jason Priestley is a fan of Canadian television, so it makes perfect sense for him to host this year’s Gemini Awards. The Geminis honour the best in Canadian television; at one time, putting the words ‘best’ and ‘Canadian television’ together would have garnered several jokes at the expense of Canada’s TV industry. Today, it’s a different story. The Canadian television landscape has changed dramatically since The Beachcombers and The Littlest Hobo. “Now (the industry) is so much bigger and so much better funded than when I started,” said Priestley.

  • Thread comes out of ‘Button’
    Tuesday November 25th 2008

    An aborted screening of “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button” last week has raised concerns within the film community over digital projection. On Thursday night at the DGA Theatre in Los Angeles, Paramount held the first major industry showing of “Button,” David Fincher’s widely anticipated drama that is expected to be one of the season’s big awards contenders. But about 25 minutes into the film, the image froze, the film stopped and the house lights went up…

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