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  • CBC taps Impulse to promote shows
    Wednesday June 30th 2010

    TORONTO – Switching its U.S. sales rep, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation has hired New York-based Impulse Media Sales to promote its shows to American media buyers. Impulse will replace previous stateside sales rep Canadian Television Sales (CTS) after it announced it will become the exclusive U.S. rep for Canada’s Global[…]

  • Alberta film shoot a dream for Nolan
    Wednesday June 30th 2010

    Shooting Leonardo DiCaprio’s new thriller Inception in Alberta was a dream for director Christopher Nolan. A frost-bitten, snow-covered, wind-swept dream. Nolan, whose resume includes Memento and The Dark Knight, travelled last November with his cast and crew to the defunct Fortress Mountain ski resort, about 113 kilometres outside Calgary.

  • CNN’s King says he’s ending show after 25 years
    Wednesday June 30th 2010

    NEW YORK (AP) — Larry King, who interviewed statesmen and stars from a prime-time perch at CNN for 25 years but has faded in ratings and influence lately, said Tuesday that he will step down this fall from his nightly show. “It’s time to hang up my nightly suspenders,” King[…]

  • NBCU, Canwest to co-produce ‘Combat’
    Tuesday June 29th 2010

    TORONTO NBC Universal has joined with Canwest Global Communications Corp. to co-produce the Canadian medical procedural “Combat Hospital” from indie producer Sienna Films for Global Television. The drama about a military field hospital in Afghanistan manned by doctors and nurses from around the world and serving injured coalition troops[…]

  • Icahn warns of lowered Lionsgate value
    Tuesday June 29th 2010

    Carl Icahn on Monday urged Lionsgate shareholders to get in while the going’s good, because stock in the mini-studio will turn down once his takeover bid wraps on Wednesday. “I firmly believe that after the expiration of my tender offer — which will not be extended — the price that Lionsgate will trade at will be lower than $7 per share,” the activist shareholder said ahead of a June 30 deadline for his stock offer. Shares in Vancouver-based Lionsgate traded 12 cents, or 1.65% lower at $7.15 on the New York Stock Exchange Monday morning, after a buying spurt Friday as the mini-studio joined the Russell 2000 Index.

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Archives for: June 20105
  • CBC taps Impulse to promote shows
    Wednesday June 30th 2010

    TORONTO – Switching its U.S. sales rep, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation has hired New York-based Impulse Media Sales to promote its shows to American media buyers. Impulse will replace previous stateside sales rep Canadian Television Sales (CTS) after it announced it will become the exclusive U.S. rep for Canada’s Global[…]

  • Alberta film shoot a dream for Nolan
    Wednesday June 30th 2010

    Shooting Leonardo DiCaprio’s new thriller Inception in Alberta was a dream for director Christopher Nolan. A frost-bitten, snow-covered, wind-swept dream. Nolan, whose resume includes Memento and The Dark Knight, travelled last November with his cast and crew to the defunct Fortress Mountain ski resort, about 113 kilometres outside Calgary.

  • CNN’s King says he’s ending show after 25 years
    Wednesday June 30th 2010

    NEW YORK (AP) — Larry King, who interviewed statesmen and stars from a prime-time perch at CNN for 25 years but has faded in ratings and influence lately, said Tuesday that he will step down this fall from his nightly show. “It’s time to hang up my nightly suspenders,” King[…]

  • NBCU, Canwest to co-produce ‘Combat’
    Tuesday June 29th 2010

    TORONTO NBC Universal has joined with Canwest Global Communications Corp. to co-produce the Canadian medical procedural “Combat Hospital” from indie producer Sienna Films for Global Television. The drama about a military field hospital in Afghanistan manned by doctors and nurses from around the world and serving injured coalition troops[…]

  • Icahn warns of lowered Lionsgate value
    Tuesday June 29th 2010

    Carl Icahn on Monday urged Lionsgate shareholders to get in while the going’s good, because stock in the mini-studio will turn down once his takeover bid wraps on Wednesday. “I firmly believe that after the expiration of my tender offer — which will not be extended — the price that Lionsgate will trade at will be lower than $7 per share,” the activist shareholder said ahead of a June 30 deadline for his stock offer. Shares in Vancouver-based Lionsgate traded 12 cents, or 1.65% lower at $7.15 on the New York Stock Exchange Monday morning, after a buying spurt Friday as the mini-studio joined the Russell 2000 Index.

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Archives for: June 20105
  • CBC taps Impulse to promote shows
    Wednesday June 30th 2010

    TORONTO – Switching its U.S. sales rep, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation has hired New York-based Impulse Media Sales to promote its shows to American media buyers. Impulse will replace previous stateside sales rep Canadian Television Sales (CTS) after it announced it will become the exclusive U.S. rep for Canada’s Global[…]

  • Alberta film shoot a dream for Nolan
    Wednesday June 30th 2010

    Shooting Leonardo DiCaprio’s new thriller Inception in Alberta was a dream for director Christopher Nolan. A frost-bitten, snow-covered, wind-swept dream. Nolan, whose resume includes Memento and The Dark Knight, travelled last November with his cast and crew to the defunct Fortress Mountain ski resort, about 113 kilometres outside Calgary.

  • CNN’s King says he’s ending show after 25 years
    Wednesday June 30th 2010

    NEW YORK (AP) — Larry King, who interviewed statesmen and stars from a prime-time perch at CNN for 25 years but has faded in ratings and influence lately, said Tuesday that he will step down this fall from his nightly show. “It’s time to hang up my nightly suspenders,” King[…]

  • NBCU, Canwest to co-produce ‘Combat’
    Tuesday June 29th 2010

    TORONTO NBC Universal has joined with Canwest Global Communications Corp. to co-produce the Canadian medical procedural “Combat Hospital” from indie producer Sienna Films for Global Television. The drama about a military field hospital in Afghanistan manned by doctors and nurses from around the world and serving injured coalition troops[…]

  • Icahn warns of lowered Lionsgate value
    Tuesday June 29th 2010

    Carl Icahn on Monday urged Lionsgate shareholders to get in while the going’s good, because stock in the mini-studio will turn down once his takeover bid wraps on Wednesday. “I firmly believe that after the expiration of my tender offer — which will not be extended — the price that Lionsgate will trade at will be lower than $7 per share,” the activist shareholder said ahead of a June 30 deadline for his stock offer. Shares in Vancouver-based Lionsgate traded 12 cents, or 1.65% lower at $7.15 on the New York Stock Exchange Monday morning, after a buying spurt Friday as the mini-studio joined the Russell 2000 Index.

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