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  • Ontario to allow film celebs to bring their own private guards
    Friday July 29th 2011

    Movie stars visiting Ontario may now bring their own private security guards, after an amendment to the law that film industry experts say will help keep the Toronto film industry alive.

  • GOOGLE+: A new social network, a new stream of income
    Wednesday July 27th 2011

    With Facebook claiming a global membership of 750 million, Google is in the process of rolling out a new, more intimate and intuitive social network than ever before. At least that’s what Vic Gundotra, Sr. VP of Social for Google and Bradley Horowitz VP Product, Google+ think. “Google+ is more than a social product, or even a social strategy, it’s an extension of Google itself. Hence, Google+.”

  • Chilean miners sign Hollywood film deal
    Monday July 25th 2011

    The men have sold the film rights to the Hollywood producer responsible for the Oscar winning movie Black Swan and have promised to give a no-holds-barred account of their ordeal. Brad Pitt was among those rumoured to be negotiating for the rights but industry newspaper Hollywood Reporter revealed that Mike Medavoy, the producer behind blockbusters Black Swan and Shutter Island, has secured the deal almost a year after the shaft collapsed trapping the team of workers.

  • Kevin Smith brings Red State to Canada
    Thursday July 21st 2011

    Indie filmmaker Kevin Smith is bringing his do-it-yourself road show to five Canadian cities this summer. Red State: An Evening With Kevin Smith, includes a screening of Smith’s controversial thriller Red State, followed by a Q&A session with the director. The promoters are promising “no-holds-barred tales about filmmaking, pop culture and his life.” The tour starts in Montreal on Aug. 14 and makes stops in Toronto, Edmonton and Calgary before wrapping up in Vancouver on Aug. 18.

  • THE BRIEF: Google – the wizard of us
    Wednesday July 20th 2011

    While I was pursuing news elsewhere in the industry, our digital social media behemoths were seeding the client/consumer landscape for a new spring. There is so much to report about Google, as well as Sir Martin Sorrell’s own Google-like digital spy called Xaxis.* Xaxis’ website defines its purpose: “Through the intelligent application of data and technology, we construct vivid Audience Portraits, which we use to reach consumers at scale. We enable powerful, resonant connections between advertisers and their audiences that drive real, attributable results. We’re an able digital partner to our GroupM agencies, and part of the WPP family.” Vivid Audience Portraits? Hey, that’s you and me!

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Archives for: July 20115
  • Ontario to allow film celebs to bring their own private guards
    Friday July 29th 2011

    Movie stars visiting Ontario may now bring their own private security guards, after an amendment to the law that film industry experts say will help keep the Toronto film industry alive.

  • GOOGLE+: A new social network, a new stream of income
    Wednesday July 27th 2011

    With Facebook claiming a global membership of 750 million, Google is in the process of rolling out a new, more intimate and intuitive social network than ever before. At least that’s what Vic Gundotra, Sr. VP of Social for Google and Bradley Horowitz VP Product, Google+ think. “Google+ is more than a social product, or even a social strategy, it’s an extension of Google itself. Hence, Google+.”

  • Chilean miners sign Hollywood film deal
    Monday July 25th 2011

    The men have sold the film rights to the Hollywood producer responsible for the Oscar winning movie Black Swan and have promised to give a no-holds-barred account of their ordeal. Brad Pitt was among those rumoured to be negotiating for the rights but industry newspaper Hollywood Reporter revealed that Mike Medavoy, the producer behind blockbusters Black Swan and Shutter Island, has secured the deal almost a year after the shaft collapsed trapping the team of workers.

  • Kevin Smith brings Red State to Canada
    Thursday July 21st 2011

    Indie filmmaker Kevin Smith is bringing his do-it-yourself road show to five Canadian cities this summer. Red State: An Evening With Kevin Smith, includes a screening of Smith’s controversial thriller Red State, followed by a Q&A session with the director. The promoters are promising “no-holds-barred tales about filmmaking, pop culture and his life.” The tour starts in Montreal on Aug. 14 and makes stops in Toronto, Edmonton and Calgary before wrapping up in Vancouver on Aug. 18.

  • THE BRIEF: Google – the wizard of us
    Wednesday July 20th 2011

    While I was pursuing news elsewhere in the industry, our digital social media behemoths were seeding the client/consumer landscape for a new spring. There is so much to report about Google, as well as Sir Martin Sorrell’s own Google-like digital spy called Xaxis.* Xaxis’ website defines its purpose: “Through the intelligent application of data and technology, we construct vivid Audience Portraits, which we use to reach consumers at scale. We enable powerful, resonant connections between advertisers and their audiences that drive real, attributable results. We’re an able digital partner to our GroupM agencies, and part of the WPP family.” Vivid Audience Portraits? Hey, that’s you and me!

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Archives for: July 20115
  • Ontario to allow film celebs to bring their own private guards
    Friday July 29th 2011

    Movie stars visiting Ontario may now bring their own private security guards, after an amendment to the law that film industry experts say will help keep the Toronto film industry alive.

  • GOOGLE+: A new social network, a new stream of income
    Wednesday July 27th 2011

    With Facebook claiming a global membership of 750 million, Google is in the process of rolling out a new, more intimate and intuitive social network than ever before. At least that’s what Vic Gundotra, Sr. VP of Social for Google and Bradley Horowitz VP Product, Google+ think. “Google+ is more than a social product, or even a social strategy, it’s an extension of Google itself. Hence, Google+.”

  • Chilean miners sign Hollywood film deal
    Monday July 25th 2011

    The men have sold the film rights to the Hollywood producer responsible for the Oscar winning movie Black Swan and have promised to give a no-holds-barred account of their ordeal. Brad Pitt was among those rumoured to be negotiating for the rights but industry newspaper Hollywood Reporter revealed that Mike Medavoy, the producer behind blockbusters Black Swan and Shutter Island, has secured the deal almost a year after the shaft collapsed trapping the team of workers.

  • Kevin Smith brings Red State to Canada
    Thursday July 21st 2011

    Indie filmmaker Kevin Smith is bringing his do-it-yourself road show to five Canadian cities this summer. Red State: An Evening With Kevin Smith, includes a screening of Smith’s controversial thriller Red State, followed by a Q&A session with the director. The promoters are promising “no-holds-barred tales about filmmaking, pop culture and his life.” The tour starts in Montreal on Aug. 14 and makes stops in Toronto, Edmonton and Calgary before wrapping up in Vancouver on Aug. 18.

  • THE BRIEF: Google – the wizard of us
    Wednesday July 20th 2011

    While I was pursuing news elsewhere in the industry, our digital social media behemoths were seeding the client/consumer landscape for a new spring. There is so much to report about Google, as well as Sir Martin Sorrell’s own Google-like digital spy called Xaxis.* Xaxis’ website defines its purpose: “Through the intelligent application of data and technology, we construct vivid Audience Portraits, which we use to reach consumers at scale. We enable powerful, resonant connections between advertisers and their audiences that drive real, attributable results. We’re an able digital partner to our GroupM agencies, and part of the WPP family.” Vivid Audience Portraits? Hey, that’s you and me!

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