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  • THE BRIEF: Selling 3D to the Marketplace
    Wednesday September 28th 2011

    Advertising guru Terry O’Reilly has an encyclopedic knowledge of the most famed jingles and taglines of all time which, for better or worse, haunt our collective imagination to this day. On his show The Age of Persuasion, O’Reilly deconstructs the influence upon advertising of such phenomena as the politics of the day, prevailing social movements, economic conditions, reining ideologies, and technological change. Suffice to say, the most successful spots often belie the complex nature of their creation.

  • Quebec film ‘Monsieur Lazhar’ chosen as Canada’s Oscar submission
    Thursday September 22nd 2011

    Philippe Falardeau’s Monsieur Lazhar has been chosen as Canada’s candidate for the 2012 Oscar race. Telefilm Canada, which chairs the Oscar selection committee, said that the “outstandingly crafted film” will be submitted for consideration in the best foreign-language film category

  • James Cameron, Vince Pace on 3D broadcasting: sports, live events, scripted TV offer opportunity
    Wednesday September 21st 2011

    At this still-early stage of a 3D TV rollout, filling a schedule with 3D programming is a challenge. “Hollywood is part of the answer, but at 15-25 3D films a year and with long lead times it cannot keep pace with the demand,” said producer, director and 3D advocate James Cameron. “The opportunity is with live events and sports and scripted TV which have a short post cycle and can deliver many more hours per year of high quality entertainment.”

  • TIFF winner Falardeau wants Canadian audience
    Tuesday September 20th 2011

    TORONTO - Quebec filmmaker Philippe Falardeau says he doesn’t care whether his film Monsieur Lazhar is chosen as Canada’s selection for the best foreign language Oscar race. But he admits that his producers – also behind last year’s festival winner and Oscar nominee Incendies – likely disagree. For the second[…]

  • Will new CRTC rules have teeth?
    Tuesday September 20th 2011

    Federal regulators are expected to impose this week a slew of new conditions on telecommunications and broadcast behemoths BCE Inc., Rogers Communications Inc., Shaw Communications Inc. and Quebecor Media Inc. The new framework – or “code of good business practices,” as it is being called – is designed to provide each vertically integrated company enough leeway to innovate and combat nascent but potentially powerful online competitors, while checking their market power to ensure smaller independent players aren’t unfairly squeezed out.

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Archives for: September 20115
  • THE BRIEF: Selling 3D to the Marketplace
    Wednesday September 28th 2011

    Advertising guru Terry O’Reilly has an encyclopedic knowledge of the most famed jingles and taglines of all time which, for better or worse, haunt our collective imagination to this day. On his show The Age of Persuasion, O’Reilly deconstructs the influence upon advertising of such phenomena as the politics of the day, prevailing social movements, economic conditions, reining ideologies, and technological change. Suffice to say, the most successful spots often belie the complex nature of their creation.

  • Quebec film ‘Monsieur Lazhar’ chosen as Canada’s Oscar submission
    Thursday September 22nd 2011

    Philippe Falardeau’s Monsieur Lazhar has been chosen as Canada’s candidate for the 2012 Oscar race. Telefilm Canada, which chairs the Oscar selection committee, said that the “outstandingly crafted film” will be submitted for consideration in the best foreign-language film category

  • James Cameron, Vince Pace on 3D broadcasting: sports, live events, scripted TV offer opportunity
    Wednesday September 21st 2011

    At this still-early stage of a 3D TV rollout, filling a schedule with 3D programming is a challenge. “Hollywood is part of the answer, but at 15-25 3D films a year and with long lead times it cannot keep pace with the demand,” said producer, director and 3D advocate James Cameron. “The opportunity is with live events and sports and scripted TV which have a short post cycle and can deliver many more hours per year of high quality entertainment.”

  • TIFF winner Falardeau wants Canadian audience
    Tuesday September 20th 2011

    TORONTO - Quebec filmmaker Philippe Falardeau says he doesn’t care whether his film Monsieur Lazhar is chosen as Canada’s selection for the best foreign language Oscar race. But he admits that his producers – also behind last year’s festival winner and Oscar nominee Incendies – likely disagree. For the second[…]

  • Will new CRTC rules have teeth?
    Tuesday September 20th 2011

    Federal regulators are expected to impose this week a slew of new conditions on telecommunications and broadcast behemoths BCE Inc., Rogers Communications Inc., Shaw Communications Inc. and Quebecor Media Inc. The new framework – or “code of good business practices,” as it is being called – is designed to provide each vertically integrated company enough leeway to innovate and combat nascent but potentially powerful online competitors, while checking their market power to ensure smaller independent players aren’t unfairly squeezed out.

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Archives for: September 20115
  • THE BRIEF: Selling 3D to the Marketplace
    Wednesday September 28th 2011

    Advertising guru Terry O’Reilly has an encyclopedic knowledge of the most famed jingles and taglines of all time which, for better or worse, haunt our collective imagination to this day. On his show The Age of Persuasion, O’Reilly deconstructs the influence upon advertising of such phenomena as the politics of the day, prevailing social movements, economic conditions, reining ideologies, and technological change. Suffice to say, the most successful spots often belie the complex nature of their creation.

  • Quebec film ‘Monsieur Lazhar’ chosen as Canada’s Oscar submission
    Thursday September 22nd 2011

    Philippe Falardeau’s Monsieur Lazhar has been chosen as Canada’s candidate for the 2012 Oscar race. Telefilm Canada, which chairs the Oscar selection committee, said that the “outstandingly crafted film” will be submitted for consideration in the best foreign-language film category

  • James Cameron, Vince Pace on 3D broadcasting: sports, live events, scripted TV offer opportunity
    Wednesday September 21st 2011

    At this still-early stage of a 3D TV rollout, filling a schedule with 3D programming is a challenge. “Hollywood is part of the answer, but at 15-25 3D films a year and with long lead times it cannot keep pace with the demand,” said producer, director and 3D advocate James Cameron. “The opportunity is with live events and sports and scripted TV which have a short post cycle and can deliver many more hours per year of high quality entertainment.”

  • TIFF winner Falardeau wants Canadian audience
    Tuesday September 20th 2011

    TORONTO - Quebec filmmaker Philippe Falardeau says he doesn’t care whether his film Monsieur Lazhar is chosen as Canada’s selection for the best foreign language Oscar race. But he admits that his producers – also behind last year’s festival winner and Oscar nominee Incendies – likely disagree. For the second[…]

  • Will new CRTC rules have teeth?
    Tuesday September 20th 2011

    Federal regulators are expected to impose this week a slew of new conditions on telecommunications and broadcast behemoths BCE Inc., Rogers Communications Inc., Shaw Communications Inc. and Quebecor Media Inc. The new framework – or “code of good business practices,” as it is being called – is designed to provide each vertically integrated company enough leeway to innovate and combat nascent but potentially powerful online competitors, while checking their market power to ensure smaller independent players aren’t unfairly squeezed out.

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