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  • Directors say opening slot at TIFF has drawbacks
    Wednesday September 07th 2011

    Irish supergroup U2 doesn’t usually open for anyone, but the rock gods will make an exception Thursday when a movie about their career kicks off the Toronto International Film Festival. The screening of “From The Sky Down” will mark the first time the city’s annual movie marathon has launched with a documentary, a choice that co-director Cameron Bailey says hits the right note for the 36th annual fest.

  • TV turns to digital from analog across Canada
    Friday September 02nd 2011

    Thursday marked the end of an era as free-to-air analog television transmission ended in Canada, replaced by a digital signal. Viewers who relied on outdoor antennas or rabbit ears for their television signal now need a converter box or a digital tuner in order to watch television. The switchover to DTV was mandated four years ago by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC), which set Aug. 31 as the deadline for broadcasters to comply.

  • CBC Big Winner at Gemini Awards in Toronto
    Thursday September 01st 2011

    TORONTO – Geminis host CBC was the big winner Tuesday on the first night of Canada’s TV awards. The pubcaster carted away two Geminis for perennial winner the fifth estate – best news direction for Oleh Rumak and Linden MacIntyre winning for best information program writing. On the news front,[…]

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Archives for: September 20115
  • Directors say opening slot at TIFF has drawbacks
    Wednesday September 07th 2011

    Irish supergroup U2 doesn’t usually open for anyone, but the rock gods will make an exception Thursday when a movie about their career kicks off the Toronto International Film Festival. The screening of “From The Sky Down” will mark the first time the city’s annual movie marathon has launched with a documentary, a choice that co-director Cameron Bailey says hits the right note for the 36th annual fest.

  • TV turns to digital from analog across Canada
    Friday September 02nd 2011

    Thursday marked the end of an era as free-to-air analog television transmission ended in Canada, replaced by a digital signal. Viewers who relied on outdoor antennas or rabbit ears for their television signal now need a converter box or a digital tuner in order to watch television. The switchover to DTV was mandated four years ago by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC), which set Aug. 31 as the deadline for broadcasters to comply.

  • CBC Big Winner at Gemini Awards in Toronto
    Thursday September 01st 2011

    TORONTO – Geminis host CBC was the big winner Tuesday on the first night of Canada’s TV awards. The pubcaster carted away two Geminis for perennial winner the fifth estate – best news direction for Oleh Rumak and Linden MacIntyre winning for best information program writing. On the news front,[…]

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Archives for: September 20115
  • Directors say opening slot at TIFF has drawbacks
    Wednesday September 07th 2011

    Irish supergroup U2 doesn’t usually open for anyone, but the rock gods will make an exception Thursday when a movie about their career kicks off the Toronto International Film Festival. The screening of “From The Sky Down” will mark the first time the city’s annual movie marathon has launched with a documentary, a choice that co-director Cameron Bailey says hits the right note for the 36th annual fest.

  • TV turns to digital from analog across Canada
    Friday September 02nd 2011

    Thursday marked the end of an era as free-to-air analog television transmission ended in Canada, replaced by a digital signal. Viewers who relied on outdoor antennas or rabbit ears for their television signal now need a converter box or a digital tuner in order to watch television. The switchover to DTV was mandated four years ago by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC), which set Aug. 31 as the deadline for broadcasters to comply.

  • CBC Big Winner at Gemini Awards in Toronto
    Thursday September 01st 2011

    TORONTO – Geminis host CBC was the big winner Tuesday on the first night of Canada’s TV awards. The pubcaster carted away two Geminis for perennial winner the fifth estate – best news direction for Oleh Rumak and Linden MacIntyre winning for best information program writing. On the news front,[…]

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