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  • National Film Board holding series of free events
    Friday October 29th 2010

    The National Film Board of Canada hopes to draw people into seeing new animated shorts at a series of free events across the country as part of its Get Animated! series. The fourth annual event takes place from Oct. 26 to Nov. 7 in cities from coast to coast.

  • Shaw closes $2 billion deal for CanWest
    Thursday October 28th 2010

    Shaw Communications’ $2 billion deal to take over the TV assets of CanWest Global Communications closed on Wednesday. The assets, including the Global TV network and a slew of cable channels that CanWest acquired when it bought Alliance Atlantis in 2007, will be housed within a new company, Shaw Media, making it one of Canada’s leading broadcasters. Shaw Media will be run by Paul Robertson, a former exec with Shaw’s Corus Entertainment.

  • ‘Exit Through the Gift Shop,’ ‘Waste Land’ Nominated for IDA Best Doc
    Thursday October 28th 2010

    “Exit Through the Gift Shop,” “The Oath,” “Steam of Life,” “Sweetgrass” and “Waste Land” have been nominated for best feature documentary by the International Documentary Assn., which will hand out its 2010 IDA Awards on Dec. 3. The list doesn’t include many of the high-profile docs that are looking to[…]

  • Digital marketing and the challenge of nailing jelly to the wall
    Wednesday October 27th 2010

    It’s not like the good old days when you could buy time on Friends and Neilson could assure you ‘reach.’ Not with our digital customer. The algorithms are different. Don’t ask me how. The digital consumer is an elusive social butterfly. And until the day when there’s an app for that, say… “iCustomer,” marketers and advertisers will have to stalk Big Brother – like into the consumer’s every caprice. Trying to anticipate what they want now, and what they want now, and what they want now.

  • Audit: Iowa sees $25 Million in Improper Film Office Credits
    Wednesday October 27th 2010

    A state audit released Tuesday has identified more than $25 million in tax credits that were “improperly issued” by the state’s now-defunct film office. State Auditor David Vaudt said his special audit identified more than $15 million in improper tax credits that were issued for spending on film projects and another $10 million improperly issued for investing in movie projects. In all, Vaudt found $25.6 million in improper tax credits.

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Archives for: October 20105
  • National Film Board holding series of free events
    Friday October 29th 2010

    The National Film Board of Canada hopes to draw people into seeing new animated shorts at a series of free events across the country as part of its Get Animated! series. The fourth annual event takes place from Oct. 26 to Nov. 7 in cities from coast to coast.

  • Shaw closes $2 billion deal for CanWest
    Thursday October 28th 2010

    Shaw Communications’ $2 billion deal to take over the TV assets of CanWest Global Communications closed on Wednesday. The assets, including the Global TV network and a slew of cable channels that CanWest acquired when it bought Alliance Atlantis in 2007, will be housed within a new company, Shaw Media, making it one of Canada’s leading broadcasters. Shaw Media will be run by Paul Robertson, a former exec with Shaw’s Corus Entertainment.

  • ‘Exit Through the Gift Shop,’ ‘Waste Land’ Nominated for IDA Best Doc
    Thursday October 28th 2010

    “Exit Through the Gift Shop,” “The Oath,” “Steam of Life,” “Sweetgrass” and “Waste Land” have been nominated for best feature documentary by the International Documentary Assn., which will hand out its 2010 IDA Awards on Dec. 3. The list doesn’t include many of the high-profile docs that are looking to[…]

  • Digital marketing and the challenge of nailing jelly to the wall
    Wednesday October 27th 2010

    It’s not like the good old days when you could buy time on Friends and Neilson could assure you ‘reach.’ Not with our digital customer. The algorithms are different. Don’t ask me how. The digital consumer is an elusive social butterfly. And until the day when there’s an app for that, say… “iCustomer,” marketers and advertisers will have to stalk Big Brother – like into the consumer’s every caprice. Trying to anticipate what they want now, and what they want now, and what they want now.

  • Audit: Iowa sees $25 Million in Improper Film Office Credits
    Wednesday October 27th 2010

    A state audit released Tuesday has identified more than $25 million in tax credits that were “improperly issued” by the state’s now-defunct film office. State Auditor David Vaudt said his special audit identified more than $15 million in improper tax credits that were issued for spending on film projects and another $10 million improperly issued for investing in movie projects. In all, Vaudt found $25.6 million in improper tax credits.

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Archives for: October 20105
  • National Film Board holding series of free events
    Friday October 29th 2010

    The National Film Board of Canada hopes to draw people into seeing new animated shorts at a series of free events across the country as part of its Get Animated! series. The fourth annual event takes place from Oct. 26 to Nov. 7 in cities from coast to coast.

  • Shaw closes $2 billion deal for CanWest
    Thursday October 28th 2010

    Shaw Communications’ $2 billion deal to take over the TV assets of CanWest Global Communications closed on Wednesday. The assets, including the Global TV network and a slew of cable channels that CanWest acquired when it bought Alliance Atlantis in 2007, will be housed within a new company, Shaw Media, making it one of Canada’s leading broadcasters. Shaw Media will be run by Paul Robertson, a former exec with Shaw’s Corus Entertainment.

  • ‘Exit Through the Gift Shop,’ ‘Waste Land’ Nominated for IDA Best Doc
    Thursday October 28th 2010

    “Exit Through the Gift Shop,” “The Oath,” “Steam of Life,” “Sweetgrass” and “Waste Land” have been nominated for best feature documentary by the International Documentary Assn., which will hand out its 2010 IDA Awards on Dec. 3. The list doesn’t include many of the high-profile docs that are looking to[…]

  • Digital marketing and the challenge of nailing jelly to the wall
    Wednesday October 27th 2010

    It’s not like the good old days when you could buy time on Friends and Neilson could assure you ‘reach.’ Not with our digital customer. The algorithms are different. Don’t ask me how. The digital consumer is an elusive social butterfly. And until the day when there’s an app for that, say… “iCustomer,” marketers and advertisers will have to stalk Big Brother – like into the consumer’s every caprice. Trying to anticipate what they want now, and what they want now, and what they want now.

  • Audit: Iowa sees $25 Million in Improper Film Office Credits
    Wednesday October 27th 2010

    A state audit released Tuesday has identified more than $25 million in tax credits that were “improperly issued” by the state’s now-defunct film office. State Auditor David Vaudt said his special audit identified more than $15 million in improper tax credits that were issued for spending on film projects and another $10 million improperly issued for investing in movie projects. In all, Vaudt found $25.6 million in improper tax credits.

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