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  • Canwest’s Leonard Asper makes last stand
    Friday June 04th 2010

    TORONTO – Former Canwest Global Communications Corp. CEO Leonard Asper is making a last stand for his lost media empire. Asper, whose family stands to walk away empty-handed after the spectacular collapse of the Canadian broadcaster and newspaper publisher, is leading a group of dissident shareholders to ask the Ontario[…]

  • CBC shakes up comedy team
    Thursday June 03rd 2010

    In the latest sign that Sally Catto is consolidating power at the Canadian Broadcasting Corp., Carol Commisso has left the public broadcaster as executive in charge of comedy production. And Anton Leo has been replaced as creative head of comedy at the CBC by Jenny Hacker, who joined the CBC in 2007 as executive in charge of comedy development. Hacker will now oversee all live and scripted comedy at the CBC, while Leo becomes senior executive in charge of production for live comedy.

  • PGA’s 3-day produce market
    Thursday June 03rd 2010

    Karen Schwartzman has the toughest gig in town this week. She’s responsible for programming a three-day confab that aims to impress a murderer’s row of film and TV producers. The Producers Guild of America’s second annual Produced By confab, which unfolds Friday through Sunday on the 20th Century Fox lot, is designed as a forum for PGA members to discuss their craft, ruminate on the state of the art, share info on new opportunities and offer some counsel to the next generation.

  • Hollywood films missing U.S. union logos
    Wednesday June 02nd 2010

    “Look for the union label/It says we’re able to make it in the U.S.A.!” Today, many Hollywood films carry union logos that proudly declare a quite different message: “Look for the union label. We’re able to make it in … Canada!” American films are littered with logos, but the only union labels you’ll see in the end credits of movies produced by the Hollywood studios and major production companies are ones for unions that are wholly or partly Canadian.

  • “BrandX” – A Drippy Spot by Ad Nauseum
    Wednesday June 02nd 2010

    AD Nauseum The weekly Advertising Critical Review The opinions below are those of the author and don’t necessarily reflect the views of TO411 or its staff. Feel free to communicate your responses/ideas/suggestions by writing directly to AD Nauseum: adnauseum@to411.com. No animals were harmed by these barbs… Who was it that said[…]

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Archives for: June 20105
  • Canwest’s Leonard Asper makes last stand
    Friday June 04th 2010

    TORONTO – Former Canwest Global Communications Corp. CEO Leonard Asper is making a last stand for his lost media empire. Asper, whose family stands to walk away empty-handed after the spectacular collapse of the Canadian broadcaster and newspaper publisher, is leading a group of dissident shareholders to ask the Ontario[…]

  • CBC shakes up comedy team
    Thursday June 03rd 2010

    In the latest sign that Sally Catto is consolidating power at the Canadian Broadcasting Corp., Carol Commisso has left the public broadcaster as executive in charge of comedy production. And Anton Leo has been replaced as creative head of comedy at the CBC by Jenny Hacker, who joined the CBC in 2007 as executive in charge of comedy development. Hacker will now oversee all live and scripted comedy at the CBC, while Leo becomes senior executive in charge of production for live comedy.

  • PGA’s 3-day produce market
    Thursday June 03rd 2010

    Karen Schwartzman has the toughest gig in town this week. She’s responsible for programming a three-day confab that aims to impress a murderer’s row of film and TV producers. The Producers Guild of America’s second annual Produced By confab, which unfolds Friday through Sunday on the 20th Century Fox lot, is designed as a forum for PGA members to discuss their craft, ruminate on the state of the art, share info on new opportunities and offer some counsel to the next generation.

  • Hollywood films missing U.S. union logos
    Wednesday June 02nd 2010

    “Look for the union label/It says we’re able to make it in the U.S.A.!” Today, many Hollywood films carry union logos that proudly declare a quite different message: “Look for the union label. We’re able to make it in … Canada!” American films are littered with logos, but the only union labels you’ll see in the end credits of movies produced by the Hollywood studios and major production companies are ones for unions that are wholly or partly Canadian.

  • “BrandX” – A Drippy Spot by Ad Nauseum
    Wednesday June 02nd 2010

    AD Nauseum The weekly Advertising Critical Review The opinions below are those of the author and don’t necessarily reflect the views of TO411 or its staff. Feel free to communicate your responses/ideas/suggestions by writing directly to AD Nauseum: adnauseum@to411.com. No animals were harmed by these barbs… Who was it that said[…]

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ARCHIVES

Archives for: June 20105
  • Canwest’s Leonard Asper makes last stand
    Friday June 04th 2010

    TORONTO – Former Canwest Global Communications Corp. CEO Leonard Asper is making a last stand for his lost media empire. Asper, whose family stands to walk away empty-handed after the spectacular collapse of the Canadian broadcaster and newspaper publisher, is leading a group of dissident shareholders to ask the Ontario[…]

  • CBC shakes up comedy team
    Thursday June 03rd 2010

    In the latest sign that Sally Catto is consolidating power at the Canadian Broadcasting Corp., Carol Commisso has left the public broadcaster as executive in charge of comedy production. And Anton Leo has been replaced as creative head of comedy at the CBC by Jenny Hacker, who joined the CBC in 2007 as executive in charge of comedy development. Hacker will now oversee all live and scripted comedy at the CBC, while Leo becomes senior executive in charge of production for live comedy.

  • PGA’s 3-day produce market
    Thursday June 03rd 2010

    Karen Schwartzman has the toughest gig in town this week. She’s responsible for programming a three-day confab that aims to impress a murderer’s row of film and TV producers. The Producers Guild of America’s second annual Produced By confab, which unfolds Friday through Sunday on the 20th Century Fox lot, is designed as a forum for PGA members to discuss their craft, ruminate on the state of the art, share info on new opportunities and offer some counsel to the next generation.

  • Hollywood films missing U.S. union logos
    Wednesday June 02nd 2010

    “Look for the union label/It says we’re able to make it in the U.S.A.!” Today, many Hollywood films carry union logos that proudly declare a quite different message: “Look for the union label. We’re able to make it in … Canada!” American films are littered with logos, but the only union labels you’ll see in the end credits of movies produced by the Hollywood studios and major production companies are ones for unions that are wholly or partly Canadian.

  • “BrandX” – A Drippy Spot by Ad Nauseum
    Wednesday June 02nd 2010

    AD Nauseum The weekly Advertising Critical Review The opinions below are those of the author and don’t necessarily reflect the views of TO411 or its staff. Feel free to communicate your responses/ideas/suggestions by writing directly to AD Nauseum: adnauseum@to411.com. No animals were harmed by these barbs… Who was it that said[…]

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