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  • Can brands finally break in to your texts?
    Wednesday April 06th 2011

    Let’s say you and your friends are among the 1.8 million people in this country who watch the MTV reality series America’s Best Dance Crew. And let’s say that during the show, you share your thoughts with one another through a group text-messaging application. Wouldn’t it be great if MTV could break in on your private little group to send you behind-the-scenes footage? Or exclusive interviews with the dancers? Wouldn’t it be great if, just maybe, your group was given the chance to text with a dancer directly? That, at least, is the idea behind Featured Groups, a new service launched today by group messaging and conference call service GroupMe.

  • Comweb Corp. and William F. White announce appointments
    Tuesday April 05th 2011

    Paul Bronfman, Chairman and CEO of Comweb Corp. and William F. White International Inc. (WFW), have announced the appointments of Rick Perotto to the position of Vice President, Business Development and David Hardy to the position of Vice President, Client Services. Rick Perotto joins Comweb/WFW following a 13 year career as a Business Representative of I.A.T.S.E. Local 667. David Hardy comes to Comweb/WFW in the position of Vice President, Client Services after a decade of service as a Business Agent for NABET 700 CEP.

  • Mongrel buys ‘Shut Up Little Man!’ doc for Canada
    Tuesday April 05th 2011

    Submarine Entertainment has sold writer/director Matthew Bate’s Shut Up Little Man! An Audio Misadventure to Mongrel Media as part of its second Canadian distribution deal in a week. Toronto-based Mongrel picked up all rights in Canada for the comedic documentary about two young punks in the U.S. Midwest living next to two obnoxious alcoholics. The Closer Production film, co-produced by Bate and Sophie Hyde, is the first movie from the South Australian Film Corporation’s FILMLAB program.

  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 04/01/11 to 04/03/11
    Monday April 04th 2011

    FilmTotalHop, Uni.$37,543,710Source Code, Sum.$14,812,094Insidious, FD$13,271,464Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules, Fox$10,040,822Limitless, Rela.$9,307,896The Lincoln Lawyer, LGF$6,829,050Sucker Punch, WB$6,020,403Rango, Par.$4,505,572Paul, Uni.$4,245,560Battle: Los Angeles, Sony$3,536,435

  • N.B. film tax credit worth saving, group says
    Monday April 04th 2011

    Members of New Brunswick’s film industry are pulling together to pressure the Progressive Conservative government to bring back the Film Tax Credit that was cut in last month’s budget. The coalition emerged after a recent public meeting of stakeholders, film producer Cecile Chevrier said on Friday. The group plans to use social media such as Facebook and Twitter to counter the government’s message that the tax credit was not working, Chevrier said.

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  • Can brands finally break in to your texts?
    Wednesday April 06th 2011

    Let’s say you and your friends are among the 1.8 million people in this country who watch the MTV reality series America’s Best Dance Crew. And let’s say that during the show, you share your thoughts with one another through a group text-messaging application. Wouldn’t it be great if MTV could break in on your private little group to send you behind-the-scenes footage? Or exclusive interviews with the dancers? Wouldn’t it be great if, just maybe, your group was given the chance to text with a dancer directly? That, at least, is the idea behind Featured Groups, a new service launched today by group messaging and conference call service GroupMe.

  • Comweb Corp. and William F. White announce appointments
    Tuesday April 05th 2011

    Paul Bronfman, Chairman and CEO of Comweb Corp. and William F. White International Inc. (WFW), have announced the appointments of Rick Perotto to the position of Vice President, Business Development and David Hardy to the position of Vice President, Client Services. Rick Perotto joins Comweb/WFW following a 13 year career as a Business Representative of I.A.T.S.E. Local 667. David Hardy comes to Comweb/WFW in the position of Vice President, Client Services after a decade of service as a Business Agent for NABET 700 CEP.

  • Mongrel buys ‘Shut Up Little Man!’ doc for Canada
    Tuesday April 05th 2011

    Submarine Entertainment has sold writer/director Matthew Bate’s Shut Up Little Man! An Audio Misadventure to Mongrel Media as part of its second Canadian distribution deal in a week. Toronto-based Mongrel picked up all rights in Canada for the comedic documentary about two young punks in the U.S. Midwest living next to two obnoxious alcoholics. The Closer Production film, co-produced by Bate and Sophie Hyde, is the first movie from the South Australian Film Corporation’s FILMLAB program.

  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 04/01/11 to 04/03/11
    Monday April 04th 2011

    FilmTotalHop, Uni.$37,543,710Source Code, Sum.$14,812,094Insidious, FD$13,271,464Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules, Fox$10,040,822Limitless, Rela.$9,307,896The Lincoln Lawyer, LGF$6,829,050Sucker Punch, WB$6,020,403Rango, Par.$4,505,572Paul, Uni.$4,245,560Battle: Los Angeles, Sony$3,536,435

  • N.B. film tax credit worth saving, group says
    Monday April 04th 2011

    Members of New Brunswick’s film industry are pulling together to pressure the Progressive Conservative government to bring back the Film Tax Credit that was cut in last month’s budget. The coalition emerged after a recent public meeting of stakeholders, film producer Cecile Chevrier said on Friday. The group plans to use social media such as Facebook and Twitter to counter the government’s message that the tax credit was not working, Chevrier said.

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Archives for: April 20115
  • Can brands finally break in to your texts?
    Wednesday April 06th 2011

    Let’s say you and your friends are among the 1.8 million people in this country who watch the MTV reality series America’s Best Dance Crew. And let’s say that during the show, you share your thoughts with one another through a group text-messaging application. Wouldn’t it be great if MTV could break in on your private little group to send you behind-the-scenes footage? Or exclusive interviews with the dancers? Wouldn’t it be great if, just maybe, your group was given the chance to text with a dancer directly? That, at least, is the idea behind Featured Groups, a new service launched today by group messaging and conference call service GroupMe.

  • Comweb Corp. and William F. White announce appointments
    Tuesday April 05th 2011

    Paul Bronfman, Chairman and CEO of Comweb Corp. and William F. White International Inc. (WFW), have announced the appointments of Rick Perotto to the position of Vice President, Business Development and David Hardy to the position of Vice President, Client Services. Rick Perotto joins Comweb/WFW following a 13 year career as a Business Representative of I.A.T.S.E. Local 667. David Hardy comes to Comweb/WFW in the position of Vice President, Client Services after a decade of service as a Business Agent for NABET 700 CEP.

  • Mongrel buys ‘Shut Up Little Man!’ doc for Canada
    Tuesday April 05th 2011

    Submarine Entertainment has sold writer/director Matthew Bate’s Shut Up Little Man! An Audio Misadventure to Mongrel Media as part of its second Canadian distribution deal in a week. Toronto-based Mongrel picked up all rights in Canada for the comedic documentary about two young punks in the U.S. Midwest living next to two obnoxious alcoholics. The Closer Production film, co-produced by Bate and Sophie Hyde, is the first movie from the South Australian Film Corporation’s FILMLAB program.

  • Canada and U.S. Weekend Box Office – 04/01/11 to 04/03/11
    Monday April 04th 2011

    FilmTotalHop, Uni.$37,543,710Source Code, Sum.$14,812,094Insidious, FD$13,271,464Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules, Fox$10,040,822Limitless, Rela.$9,307,896The Lincoln Lawyer, LGF$6,829,050Sucker Punch, WB$6,020,403Rango, Par.$4,505,572Paul, Uni.$4,245,560Battle: Los Angeles, Sony$3,536,435

  • N.B. film tax credit worth saving, group says
    Monday April 04th 2011

    Members of New Brunswick’s film industry are pulling together to pressure the Progressive Conservative government to bring back the Film Tax Credit that was cut in last month’s budget. The coalition emerged after a recent public meeting of stakeholders, film producer Cecile Chevrier said on Friday. The group plans to use social media such as Facebook and Twitter to counter the government’s message that the tax credit was not working, Chevrier said.

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