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  • Quebecor blocked in Canwest bid
    Friday February 26th 2010

    TORONTO – Quebec media giant Quebecor Media said it was set to make a play for voting control of restructuring rival Canwest Global Communications Corp., but was blocked from talking to key shareholder Goldman Sachs & Co. Quebecor Media CEO Pierre Karl Peladeau in a Feb. 19 letter to Canwest[…]

  • Olympics unbeatable in Canada ratings
    Friday February 26th 2010

    Canada may not own the medals podium at the 2010 Vancouver Games, but the country’s Olympic Broadcast Media Consortium owns the couch. Through 13 Olympic nights, not even Fox’s “American Idol” can match the primetime drama of the Winter Games that continue to dominate Canadian TV screens leading up to the closing ceremony Sunday night.

  • Tom Brokaw video a U.S. ‘love letter’ to Canada
    Thursday February 25th 2010

    OTTAWA - We may hate to lose to them in hockey, but it appears we don’t mind being the subject of America’s online edification. Since it appeared on Feb. 12, the video Tom Brokaw Explains Canada To Americans has been viewed over 215,000 times on one YouTube channel. The search[…]

  • Digital Olympics score big with Canadians
    Thursday February 25th 2010

    The first truly digital Olympics are a hit with Canadians. The TV set is still by far the biggest platform by which Canadians view the 2010 Vancouver Games. But online viewership records have been smashed, according to Canada’s Olympic Broadcast Media Consortium. The CTV-led broadcast consortium, which holds the exclusive domestic rights to the 2010 event, on Wednesday reported 110 million page views on its CTVOlympics.ca and RDSolympiques.ca online video players by the end of day 10, twice the amount of the 2008 Beijing Games.

  • UK movie chain won’t show Burton’s ‘Alice in Wonderland’ in dispute over DVD release timing
    Wednesday February 24th 2010

    LONDON — British movie theatre chain Odeon will not show Tim Burton’s fantasy adventure “Alice in Wonderland” in Britain, Ireland and Italy because of a dispute over the timing of the film’s DVD release, the company said Tuesday. Odeon objects to Walt Disney Pictures’ decision to leave only 12 weeks[…]

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Archives for: February 20105
  • Quebecor blocked in Canwest bid
    Friday February 26th 2010

    TORONTO – Quebec media giant Quebecor Media said it was set to make a play for voting control of restructuring rival Canwest Global Communications Corp., but was blocked from talking to key shareholder Goldman Sachs & Co. Quebecor Media CEO Pierre Karl Peladeau in a Feb. 19 letter to Canwest[…]

  • Olympics unbeatable in Canada ratings
    Friday February 26th 2010

    Canada may not own the medals podium at the 2010 Vancouver Games, but the country’s Olympic Broadcast Media Consortium owns the couch. Through 13 Olympic nights, not even Fox’s “American Idol” can match the primetime drama of the Winter Games that continue to dominate Canadian TV screens leading up to the closing ceremony Sunday night.

  • Tom Brokaw video a U.S. ‘love letter’ to Canada
    Thursday February 25th 2010

    OTTAWA - We may hate to lose to them in hockey, but it appears we don’t mind being the subject of America’s online edification. Since it appeared on Feb. 12, the video Tom Brokaw Explains Canada To Americans has been viewed over 215,000 times on one YouTube channel. The search[…]

  • Digital Olympics score big with Canadians
    Thursday February 25th 2010

    The first truly digital Olympics are a hit with Canadians. The TV set is still by far the biggest platform by which Canadians view the 2010 Vancouver Games. But online viewership records have been smashed, according to Canada’s Olympic Broadcast Media Consortium. The CTV-led broadcast consortium, which holds the exclusive domestic rights to the 2010 event, on Wednesday reported 110 million page views on its CTVOlympics.ca and RDSolympiques.ca online video players by the end of day 10, twice the amount of the 2008 Beijing Games.

  • UK movie chain won’t show Burton’s ‘Alice in Wonderland’ in dispute over DVD release timing
    Wednesday February 24th 2010

    LONDON — British movie theatre chain Odeon will not show Tim Burton’s fantasy adventure “Alice in Wonderland” in Britain, Ireland and Italy because of a dispute over the timing of the film’s DVD release, the company said Tuesday. Odeon objects to Walt Disney Pictures’ decision to leave only 12 weeks[…]

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Archives for: February 20105
  • Quebecor blocked in Canwest bid
    Friday February 26th 2010

    TORONTO – Quebec media giant Quebecor Media said it was set to make a play for voting control of restructuring rival Canwest Global Communications Corp., but was blocked from talking to key shareholder Goldman Sachs & Co. Quebecor Media CEO Pierre Karl Peladeau in a Feb. 19 letter to Canwest[…]

  • Olympics unbeatable in Canada ratings
    Friday February 26th 2010

    Canada may not own the medals podium at the 2010 Vancouver Games, but the country’s Olympic Broadcast Media Consortium owns the couch. Through 13 Olympic nights, not even Fox’s “American Idol” can match the primetime drama of the Winter Games that continue to dominate Canadian TV screens leading up to the closing ceremony Sunday night.

  • Tom Brokaw video a U.S. ‘love letter’ to Canada
    Thursday February 25th 2010

    OTTAWA - We may hate to lose to them in hockey, but it appears we don’t mind being the subject of America’s online edification. Since it appeared on Feb. 12, the video Tom Brokaw Explains Canada To Americans has been viewed over 215,000 times on one YouTube channel. The search[…]

  • Digital Olympics score big with Canadians
    Thursday February 25th 2010

    The first truly digital Olympics are a hit with Canadians. The TV set is still by far the biggest platform by which Canadians view the 2010 Vancouver Games. But online viewership records have been smashed, according to Canada’s Olympic Broadcast Media Consortium. The CTV-led broadcast consortium, which holds the exclusive domestic rights to the 2010 event, on Wednesday reported 110 million page views on its CTVOlympics.ca and RDSolympiques.ca online video players by the end of day 10, twice the amount of the 2008 Beijing Games.

  • UK movie chain won’t show Burton’s ‘Alice in Wonderland’ in dispute over DVD release timing
    Wednesday February 24th 2010

    LONDON — British movie theatre chain Odeon will not show Tim Burton’s fantasy adventure “Alice in Wonderland” in Britain, Ireland and Italy because of a dispute over the timing of the film’s DVD release, the company said Tuesday. Odeon objects to Walt Disney Pictures’ decision to leave only 12 weeks[…]

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