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  • French TV industry thinks globally
    Friday August 28th 2009

    TV production companies in France used to concentrate on the home market, and if formats such as “Fort Boyard” or “Des chiffres et des lettres” sold abroad it seemed more like luck than strategy. But things are changing. “In France, like everywhere else, it is getting harder to make a lot of money producing TV for the main broadcasters,” says Bertrand Villegas of media analysts the Wit. Pressure to reduce production costs is high, and while digital terrestrial TV has increased demand, these channels are not big spenders.

  • Studios join to offer DVD downloads
    Friday August 28th 2009

    Starting today, Paramount Pictures, Sony Pictures, Warners and Lionsgate will begin offering the first movie downloads that can be burned to disc using virtually any DVD or Blu-ray disc burner for playback on a broad range of devices already in millions of consumer homes. These studios will offer the downloads[…]

  • VH1 pulls shows following scandal
    Tuesday August 25th 2009

    VH1 is washing its hands of Ryan Jenkins, canceling both reality shows that featured the murder suspect, who reportedly committed suicide on Sunday. In a short announcement on its website, the channel said it was “sad to announce that both ‘Megan Wants a Millionaire’ and ‘I Love Money 3′ officially[…]

  • Spielberg alien invasion pilot in Toronto
    Tuesday August 25th 2009

    Steven Spielberg’s untitled alien-invasion drama pilot has landed in Canada for a two-week shoot. The DreamWorks Television project for TNT about a group battling an occupying alien force is shooting in and around Hamilton, Ontario.

  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 08/21/09 to 08/23/09
    Tuesday August 25th 2009

    FilmTotalInglourious Basterds, Wein.$38,054,676District 9, TriS$18,213,546G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra, Par.$12,204,927The Time Traveler’s Wife, WB (NL)$9,742,427Julie & Julia, Sony$8,800,674Shorts, WB$6,410,339G-Force, BV$4,114,661Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, WB$3,478,149The Ugly Truth, Sony$2,774,174The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard, ParV$2,710,194

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Archives for: August 20095
  • French TV industry thinks globally
    Friday August 28th 2009

    TV production companies in France used to concentrate on the home market, and if formats such as “Fort Boyard” or “Des chiffres et des lettres” sold abroad it seemed more like luck than strategy. But things are changing. “In France, like everywhere else, it is getting harder to make a lot of money producing TV for the main broadcasters,” says Bertrand Villegas of media analysts the Wit. Pressure to reduce production costs is high, and while digital terrestrial TV has increased demand, these channels are not big spenders.

  • Studios join to offer DVD downloads
    Friday August 28th 2009

    Starting today, Paramount Pictures, Sony Pictures, Warners and Lionsgate will begin offering the first movie downloads that can be burned to disc using virtually any DVD or Blu-ray disc burner for playback on a broad range of devices already in millions of consumer homes. These studios will offer the downloads[…]

  • VH1 pulls shows following scandal
    Tuesday August 25th 2009

    VH1 is washing its hands of Ryan Jenkins, canceling both reality shows that featured the murder suspect, who reportedly committed suicide on Sunday. In a short announcement on its website, the channel said it was “sad to announce that both ‘Megan Wants a Millionaire’ and ‘I Love Money 3′ officially[…]

  • Spielberg alien invasion pilot in Toronto
    Tuesday August 25th 2009

    Steven Spielberg’s untitled alien-invasion drama pilot has landed in Canada for a two-week shoot. The DreamWorks Television project for TNT about a group battling an occupying alien force is shooting in and around Hamilton, Ontario.

  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 08/21/09 to 08/23/09
    Tuesday August 25th 2009

    FilmTotalInglourious Basterds, Wein.$38,054,676District 9, TriS$18,213,546G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra, Par.$12,204,927The Time Traveler’s Wife, WB (NL)$9,742,427Julie & Julia, Sony$8,800,674Shorts, WB$6,410,339G-Force, BV$4,114,661Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, WB$3,478,149The Ugly Truth, Sony$2,774,174The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard, ParV$2,710,194

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ARCHIVES

Archives for: August 20095
  • French TV industry thinks globally
    Friday August 28th 2009

    TV production companies in France used to concentrate on the home market, and if formats such as “Fort Boyard” or “Des chiffres et des lettres” sold abroad it seemed more like luck than strategy. But things are changing. “In France, like everywhere else, it is getting harder to make a lot of money producing TV for the main broadcasters,” says Bertrand Villegas of media analysts the Wit. Pressure to reduce production costs is high, and while digital terrestrial TV has increased demand, these channels are not big spenders.

  • Studios join to offer DVD downloads
    Friday August 28th 2009

    Starting today, Paramount Pictures, Sony Pictures, Warners and Lionsgate will begin offering the first movie downloads that can be burned to disc using virtually any DVD or Blu-ray disc burner for playback on a broad range of devices already in millions of consumer homes. These studios will offer the downloads[…]

  • VH1 pulls shows following scandal
    Tuesday August 25th 2009

    VH1 is washing its hands of Ryan Jenkins, canceling both reality shows that featured the murder suspect, who reportedly committed suicide on Sunday. In a short announcement on its website, the channel said it was “sad to announce that both ‘Megan Wants a Millionaire’ and ‘I Love Money 3′ officially[…]

  • Spielberg alien invasion pilot in Toronto
    Tuesday August 25th 2009

    Steven Spielberg’s untitled alien-invasion drama pilot has landed in Canada for a two-week shoot. The DreamWorks Television project for TNT about a group battling an occupying alien force is shooting in and around Hamilton, Ontario.

  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 08/21/09 to 08/23/09
    Tuesday August 25th 2009

    FilmTotalInglourious Basterds, Wein.$38,054,676District 9, TriS$18,213,546G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra, Par.$12,204,927The Time Traveler’s Wife, WB (NL)$9,742,427Julie & Julia, Sony$8,800,674Shorts, WB$6,410,339G-Force, BV$4,114,661Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, WB$3,478,149The Ugly Truth, Sony$2,774,174The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard, ParV$2,710,194

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