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  • James Franco on Oscars: ‘Maybe I Had Low Energy’
    Thursday March 31st 2011

    Following weeks of criticism for his lackluster job co-hosting the Academy Awards, James Franco has finally broken his silence, telling David Letterman: “Maybe I had low energy. I honestly played those lines as well as I could.” In the interview (airing on Letterman’s late night CBS show Friday), Franco and[…]

  • ‘Real Housewives of Toronto’ Casting Underway
    Thursday March 31st 2011

    Cue the catfights: Indie producer Lark Productions is casting for a Real Housewives of Toronto series. Vancouver-based Lark, led by former CTV development head Louise Clark and with a development deal with NBC Universal in hand, in February first put out the call for connected Canadian women to summon their inner-Bethenny Frankel for a local spin-off series.

  • THE BRIEF: Mediabrands moves to a new global structure
    Wednesday March 30th 2011

    Adland spends a significant amount of time talking about and mulling over whether agencies’ organizational structures are modern enough to meet the needs of a changing marketing landscape. Now Mediabrands, the Interpublic Group of Cos. media unit, is scrapping a decades-old model, declaring that its setup and that of all other global agency networks is antiquated.

  • Time Warner Cable launches public campaign defending its controversial iPad app
    Tuesday March 29th 2011

    Time Warner Cable is launching a public campaign to defend its iPad app against TV channel owners who have argued the company does not have the right to live stream their channels under existing deals. On Monday, the cable operator launched an ad campaign promoting “more freedom to watch on more screens,” as noted by the New York Times. It also asks, “Why do some TV networks want to take it away?” The campaign comes on the heels of legal threats made last week.

  • Netflix Canada Strikes Deal With Paramount Pictures
    Tuesday March 29th 2011

    Netflix has struck a deal with Paramount Pictures to stream its library in Canada. The multi-year licensing agreement brings new movie and TV titles to Netflix Canada subscribers, including the exclusive subscription TV rights to all first-run films, for viewing on computers and TV sets. The five-year agreement covers around 350 new movies available now from Netflix in Canada

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Archives for: March 20115
  • James Franco on Oscars: ‘Maybe I Had Low Energy’
    Thursday March 31st 2011

    Following weeks of criticism for his lackluster job co-hosting the Academy Awards, James Franco has finally broken his silence, telling David Letterman: “Maybe I had low energy. I honestly played those lines as well as I could.” In the interview (airing on Letterman’s late night CBS show Friday), Franco and[…]

  • ‘Real Housewives of Toronto’ Casting Underway
    Thursday March 31st 2011

    Cue the catfights: Indie producer Lark Productions is casting for a Real Housewives of Toronto series. Vancouver-based Lark, led by former CTV development head Louise Clark and with a development deal with NBC Universal in hand, in February first put out the call for connected Canadian women to summon their inner-Bethenny Frankel for a local spin-off series.

  • THE BRIEF: Mediabrands moves to a new global structure
    Wednesday March 30th 2011

    Adland spends a significant amount of time talking about and mulling over whether agencies’ organizational structures are modern enough to meet the needs of a changing marketing landscape. Now Mediabrands, the Interpublic Group of Cos. media unit, is scrapping a decades-old model, declaring that its setup and that of all other global agency networks is antiquated.

  • Time Warner Cable launches public campaign defending its controversial iPad app
    Tuesday March 29th 2011

    Time Warner Cable is launching a public campaign to defend its iPad app against TV channel owners who have argued the company does not have the right to live stream their channels under existing deals. On Monday, the cable operator launched an ad campaign promoting “more freedom to watch on more screens,” as noted by the New York Times. It also asks, “Why do some TV networks want to take it away?” The campaign comes on the heels of legal threats made last week.

  • Netflix Canada Strikes Deal With Paramount Pictures
    Tuesday March 29th 2011

    Netflix has struck a deal with Paramount Pictures to stream its library in Canada. The multi-year licensing agreement brings new movie and TV titles to Netflix Canada subscribers, including the exclusive subscription TV rights to all first-run films, for viewing on computers and TV sets. The five-year agreement covers around 350 new movies available now from Netflix in Canada

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Archives for: March 20115
  • James Franco on Oscars: ‘Maybe I Had Low Energy’
    Thursday March 31st 2011

    Following weeks of criticism for his lackluster job co-hosting the Academy Awards, James Franco has finally broken his silence, telling David Letterman: “Maybe I had low energy. I honestly played those lines as well as I could.” In the interview (airing on Letterman’s late night CBS show Friday), Franco and[…]

  • ‘Real Housewives of Toronto’ Casting Underway
    Thursday March 31st 2011

    Cue the catfights: Indie producer Lark Productions is casting for a Real Housewives of Toronto series. Vancouver-based Lark, led by former CTV development head Louise Clark and with a development deal with NBC Universal in hand, in February first put out the call for connected Canadian women to summon their inner-Bethenny Frankel for a local spin-off series.

  • THE BRIEF: Mediabrands moves to a new global structure
    Wednesday March 30th 2011

    Adland spends a significant amount of time talking about and mulling over whether agencies’ organizational structures are modern enough to meet the needs of a changing marketing landscape. Now Mediabrands, the Interpublic Group of Cos. media unit, is scrapping a decades-old model, declaring that its setup and that of all other global agency networks is antiquated.

  • Time Warner Cable launches public campaign defending its controversial iPad app
    Tuesday March 29th 2011

    Time Warner Cable is launching a public campaign to defend its iPad app against TV channel owners who have argued the company does not have the right to live stream their channels under existing deals. On Monday, the cable operator launched an ad campaign promoting “more freedom to watch on more screens,” as noted by the New York Times. It also asks, “Why do some TV networks want to take it away?” The campaign comes on the heels of legal threats made last week.

  • Netflix Canada Strikes Deal With Paramount Pictures
    Tuesday March 29th 2011

    Netflix has struck a deal with Paramount Pictures to stream its library in Canada. The multi-year licensing agreement brings new movie and TV titles to Netflix Canada subscribers, including the exclusive subscription TV rights to all first-run films, for viewing on computers and TV sets. The five-year agreement covers around 350 new movies available now from Netflix in Canada

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