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  • Google eyes pay TV – report
    Friday November 04th 2011

    Google is thinking of getting into the pay television business as modern lifestyles increasingly turn to the internet for entertainment, The Wall Street Journal reported.

  • Happy 75th Birthday, CBC
    Thursday November 03rd 2011

    The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) turned 75 yesterday. “Long before I was a CBC host, I was a CBC fan. I would sit home and listen to Peter Gzowsky and learn about my culture through him,” CBC radio host Jian Ghomeshi said in an audio essay, his “homage” to the national public broadcast. From the rainbow butterfly to the exploding pizza, CBC logos, like CBC, have been “ever evolving and sometimes controversial,” CBC site points out.

  • Meet the Print Publishers Among YouTube’s New Channel Providers
    Wednesday November 02nd 2011

    A number of established print publishers have joined all the celebrities and web natives programming YouTube’s 100 new high-polish, high-stakes original-content channels. Scattered in with offerings from Madonna, Machinima, Katalyst and Demand Media, for example, you’ll find channels from Hearst Magazines, Rodale, The Wall Street Journal, Motor Trend, Vice and others.

  • Bruce Robinson was never going to direct again. Then Johnny Depp called.
    Tuesday November 01st 2011

    After his unpleasant, studio-meddling directing the flop-thriller Jennifer Eight in 1992, British filmmaker Bruce Robinson vowed he’d never work on a Hollywood film again. Seventeen years later, he broke that vow when Johnny Depp called, asking him to both write and direct The Rum Diary, based on his good pal Hunter S. Thompson’s first novel. The film opened in theatres on Friday.

  • William F. White International Inc. Announces Appointment of Paul Roscorla to Executive Vice President/Chief Operating Officer
    Tuesday November 01st 2011

    Toronto, Canada – Paul Bronfman, Chairman and CEO of William F. White International Inc. (WFW), has announced the appointment of Paul Roscorla to the position of Executive Vice President/Chief Operating Officer, effective immediately.  Mr. Roscorla brings over 35 years of extensive production service management and sales experience to this position[…]

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Archives for: November 20115
  • Google eyes pay TV – report
    Friday November 04th 2011

    Google is thinking of getting into the pay television business as modern lifestyles increasingly turn to the internet for entertainment, The Wall Street Journal reported.

  • Happy 75th Birthday, CBC
    Thursday November 03rd 2011

    The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) turned 75 yesterday. “Long before I was a CBC host, I was a CBC fan. I would sit home and listen to Peter Gzowsky and learn about my culture through him,” CBC radio host Jian Ghomeshi said in an audio essay, his “homage” to the national public broadcast. From the rainbow butterfly to the exploding pizza, CBC logos, like CBC, have been “ever evolving and sometimes controversial,” CBC site points out.

  • Meet the Print Publishers Among YouTube’s New Channel Providers
    Wednesday November 02nd 2011

    A number of established print publishers have joined all the celebrities and web natives programming YouTube’s 100 new high-polish, high-stakes original-content channels. Scattered in with offerings from Madonna, Machinima, Katalyst and Demand Media, for example, you’ll find channels from Hearst Magazines, Rodale, The Wall Street Journal, Motor Trend, Vice and others.

  • Bruce Robinson was never going to direct again. Then Johnny Depp called.
    Tuesday November 01st 2011

    After his unpleasant, studio-meddling directing the flop-thriller Jennifer Eight in 1992, British filmmaker Bruce Robinson vowed he’d never work on a Hollywood film again. Seventeen years later, he broke that vow when Johnny Depp called, asking him to both write and direct The Rum Diary, based on his good pal Hunter S. Thompson’s first novel. The film opened in theatres on Friday.

  • William F. White International Inc. Announces Appointment of Paul Roscorla to Executive Vice President/Chief Operating Officer
    Tuesday November 01st 2011

    Toronto, Canada – Paul Bronfman, Chairman and CEO of William F. White International Inc. (WFW), has announced the appointment of Paul Roscorla to the position of Executive Vice President/Chief Operating Officer, effective immediately.  Mr. Roscorla brings over 35 years of extensive production service management and sales experience to this position[…]

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Archives for: November 20115
  • Google eyes pay TV – report
    Friday November 04th 2011

    Google is thinking of getting into the pay television business as modern lifestyles increasingly turn to the internet for entertainment, The Wall Street Journal reported.

  • Happy 75th Birthday, CBC
    Thursday November 03rd 2011

    The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) turned 75 yesterday. “Long before I was a CBC host, I was a CBC fan. I would sit home and listen to Peter Gzowsky and learn about my culture through him,” CBC radio host Jian Ghomeshi said in an audio essay, his “homage” to the national public broadcast. From the rainbow butterfly to the exploding pizza, CBC logos, like CBC, have been “ever evolving and sometimes controversial,” CBC site points out.

  • Meet the Print Publishers Among YouTube’s New Channel Providers
    Wednesday November 02nd 2011

    A number of established print publishers have joined all the celebrities and web natives programming YouTube’s 100 new high-polish, high-stakes original-content channels. Scattered in with offerings from Madonna, Machinima, Katalyst and Demand Media, for example, you’ll find channels from Hearst Magazines, Rodale, The Wall Street Journal, Motor Trend, Vice and others.

  • Bruce Robinson was never going to direct again. Then Johnny Depp called.
    Tuesday November 01st 2011

    After his unpleasant, studio-meddling directing the flop-thriller Jennifer Eight in 1992, British filmmaker Bruce Robinson vowed he’d never work on a Hollywood film again. Seventeen years later, he broke that vow when Johnny Depp called, asking him to both write and direct The Rum Diary, based on his good pal Hunter S. Thompson’s first novel. The film opened in theatres on Friday.

  • William F. White International Inc. Announces Appointment of Paul Roscorla to Executive Vice President/Chief Operating Officer
    Tuesday November 01st 2011

    Toronto, Canada – Paul Bronfman, Chairman and CEO of William F. White International Inc. (WFW), has announced the appointment of Paul Roscorla to the position of Executive Vice President/Chief Operating Officer, effective immediately.  Mr. Roscorla brings over 35 years of extensive production service management and sales experience to this position[…]

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