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  • Sony Introduces 3D camera at NAB
    Monday April 12th 2010

    LAS VEGAS – A concept prototype of a 3D camera built by Sony and co-developed with Discovery was unveiled Sunday during the Digital Cinema Summit at the National Association of Broadcasters convention. During a keynote address, John Honeycutt, executive vp and head of international business operations at Discovery International, introduced[…]

  • SAG split on AFTRA’s call to merge
    Thursday April 08th 2010

    An open letter from AFTRA’s top brass calling for “one media and entertainment union for all actors, performers and broadcast journalists” has met with mixed reaction from SAG leaders, with moderates hailing it as an important step and hard-liners sounding a note of caution. SAG president Ken Howard, who was elected last year on a platform that advocated merger with AFTRA, was among those who praised the letter.

  • Euro Producers Lab set for Toronto
    Thursday April 08th 2010

    Co-productions between European and Canadian producers are getting a boost with a new initiative being introduced at the Toronto Film Festival this year. The Producers Lab Toronto, which runs Sept. 10-12, is aimed at facilitating and increasing international co-productions between Europe and Canada. The three-day event will include pitching sessions, round-table meetings and case studies, allowing European and Canadian producers to meet and discuss co-production opportunities.

  • Food Inc. serves up some good reasons for change
    Wednesday April 07th 2010

    TO411 documentary review by staff writer Daisy Maclean A man in blue plastic gloves removes what looks to be a giant cork from the side of a live cow and puts his hand through a grapefruit-sized hole into the cow’s stomach. This is just one of the compelling and bizarre[…]

  • CTV takes b’cast rights to Toronto parade
    Wednesday April 07th 2010

    Christmas came early for CTV on Tuesday as it snagged the broadcast rights to Toronto’s annual Santa Claus parade from rival domestic network Global Television. The three-year deal follows CTV acquiring the broadcast rights to earlier TV properties like the Junos, Canada’s music awards, the Giller Prize, a book competition, and the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series and turbo-charging viewership across a range of digital platforms for each event.

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Archives for: April 20105
  • Sony Introduces 3D camera at NAB
    Monday April 12th 2010

    LAS VEGAS – A concept prototype of a 3D camera built by Sony and co-developed with Discovery was unveiled Sunday during the Digital Cinema Summit at the National Association of Broadcasters convention. During a keynote address, John Honeycutt, executive vp and head of international business operations at Discovery International, introduced[…]

  • SAG split on AFTRA’s call to merge
    Thursday April 08th 2010

    An open letter from AFTRA’s top brass calling for “one media and entertainment union for all actors, performers and broadcast journalists” has met with mixed reaction from SAG leaders, with moderates hailing it as an important step and hard-liners sounding a note of caution. SAG president Ken Howard, who was elected last year on a platform that advocated merger with AFTRA, was among those who praised the letter.

  • Euro Producers Lab set for Toronto
    Thursday April 08th 2010

    Co-productions between European and Canadian producers are getting a boost with a new initiative being introduced at the Toronto Film Festival this year. The Producers Lab Toronto, which runs Sept. 10-12, is aimed at facilitating and increasing international co-productions between Europe and Canada. The three-day event will include pitching sessions, round-table meetings and case studies, allowing European and Canadian producers to meet and discuss co-production opportunities.

  • Food Inc. serves up some good reasons for change
    Wednesday April 07th 2010

    TO411 documentary review by staff writer Daisy Maclean A man in blue plastic gloves removes what looks to be a giant cork from the side of a live cow and puts his hand through a grapefruit-sized hole into the cow’s stomach. This is just one of the compelling and bizarre[…]

  • CTV takes b’cast rights to Toronto parade
    Wednesday April 07th 2010

    Christmas came early for CTV on Tuesday as it snagged the broadcast rights to Toronto’s annual Santa Claus parade from rival domestic network Global Television. The three-year deal follows CTV acquiring the broadcast rights to earlier TV properties like the Junos, Canada’s music awards, the Giller Prize, a book competition, and the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series and turbo-charging viewership across a range of digital platforms for each event.

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Archives for: April 20105
  • Sony Introduces 3D camera at NAB
    Monday April 12th 2010

    LAS VEGAS – A concept prototype of a 3D camera built by Sony and co-developed with Discovery was unveiled Sunday during the Digital Cinema Summit at the National Association of Broadcasters convention. During a keynote address, John Honeycutt, executive vp and head of international business operations at Discovery International, introduced[…]

  • SAG split on AFTRA’s call to merge
    Thursday April 08th 2010

    An open letter from AFTRA’s top brass calling for “one media and entertainment union for all actors, performers and broadcast journalists” has met with mixed reaction from SAG leaders, with moderates hailing it as an important step and hard-liners sounding a note of caution. SAG president Ken Howard, who was elected last year on a platform that advocated merger with AFTRA, was among those who praised the letter.

  • Euro Producers Lab set for Toronto
    Thursday April 08th 2010

    Co-productions between European and Canadian producers are getting a boost with a new initiative being introduced at the Toronto Film Festival this year. The Producers Lab Toronto, which runs Sept. 10-12, is aimed at facilitating and increasing international co-productions between Europe and Canada. The three-day event will include pitching sessions, round-table meetings and case studies, allowing European and Canadian producers to meet and discuss co-production opportunities.

  • Food Inc. serves up some good reasons for change
    Wednesday April 07th 2010

    TO411 documentary review by staff writer Daisy Maclean A man in blue plastic gloves removes what looks to be a giant cork from the side of a live cow and puts his hand through a grapefruit-sized hole into the cow’s stomach. This is just one of the compelling and bizarre[…]

  • CTV takes b’cast rights to Toronto parade
    Wednesday April 07th 2010

    Christmas came early for CTV on Tuesday as it snagged the broadcast rights to Toronto’s annual Santa Claus parade from rival domestic network Global Television. The three-year deal follows CTV acquiring the broadcast rights to earlier TV properties like the Junos, Canada’s music awards, the Giller Prize, a book competition, and the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series and turbo-charging viewership across a range of digital platforms for each event.

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