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  • Phoenix New Media and National Film Board of Canada Announce Strategic Cooperation
    Tuesday June 12th 2012

    Phoenix New Media Limited, a leading new media company in China (“Phoenix New Media”, “ifeng” or the “Company”), and the National Film Board of Canada (“NFB”), Canada’s leading public film producer and distributor, announced a strategic cooperation to offer Chinese Internet users access to films produced and distributed by NFB[…]

  • Vancouver film-maker Ben Knechtel the brains behind Carly Rae Jepsen’s Call Me Maybe video
    Tuesday June 12th 2012

    Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez, Katy Perry, James Franco. Everyone — even the President of the United States — has starred in a video for “Call Me Maybe.” But there’s only one official clip for Carly Rae Jepsen’s song of the summer — and it’s up for a Video of the[…]

  • Fears mounting over B.C. film production
    Thursday June 07th 2012

    Once upon a time, the land of Hollywood North was in despair, fighting the evils – a high dollar! tax issues! – of the local production industry. At Vancouver Film Studios, last January was especially dire: Only three of their 10 stages were occupied, largely owing to the cancellation of the Syfy series Eureka last year. Then Prince Charming appeared in the form of pilot season. Nine pilots rode into town, eight of which went to camera – including Beauty and the Beast, which requested VFS’s last two available stages, and even took over the administration’s desks to accommodate production.

  • Television Remains Dominant among All Media in Time Spent and Consumer Engagement
    Thursday June 07th 2012

    TVB, the not-for-profit trade association of America’s commercial broadcast television industry, today released a proprietary TVB study conducted by Knowledge Networks, titled “The 2012 Media Comparisons Study,” which shows that television continues to reach more consumers on average than any other major medium, across all major demographic groups. The study[…]

  • Big Media Descend on Cannes
    Wednesday June 06th 2012

    The Cannes Lions ad festival used to be the playground of Microsoft, Yahoo and AOL. This year, Time Warner, Viacom and other big media companies would like to get in on the fun. Matt Seiler, CEO of Mediabrands, recalls the moment last year that it became obvious to him how interested Big Media was in the ad industry’s annual summer soiree.

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  • Phoenix New Media and National Film Board of Canada Announce Strategic Cooperation
    Tuesday June 12th 2012

    Phoenix New Media Limited, a leading new media company in China (“Phoenix New Media”, “ifeng” or the “Company”), and the National Film Board of Canada (“NFB”), Canada’s leading public film producer and distributor, announced a strategic cooperation to offer Chinese Internet users access to films produced and distributed by NFB[…]

  • Vancouver film-maker Ben Knechtel the brains behind Carly Rae Jepsen’s Call Me Maybe video
    Tuesday June 12th 2012

    Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez, Katy Perry, James Franco. Everyone — even the President of the United States — has starred in a video for “Call Me Maybe.” But there’s only one official clip for Carly Rae Jepsen’s song of the summer — and it’s up for a Video of the[…]

  • Fears mounting over B.C. film production
    Thursday June 07th 2012

    Once upon a time, the land of Hollywood North was in despair, fighting the evils – a high dollar! tax issues! – of the local production industry. At Vancouver Film Studios, last January was especially dire: Only three of their 10 stages were occupied, largely owing to the cancellation of the Syfy series Eureka last year. Then Prince Charming appeared in the form of pilot season. Nine pilots rode into town, eight of which went to camera – including Beauty and the Beast, which requested VFS’s last two available stages, and even took over the administration’s desks to accommodate production.

  • Television Remains Dominant among All Media in Time Spent and Consumer Engagement
    Thursday June 07th 2012

    TVB, the not-for-profit trade association of America’s commercial broadcast television industry, today released a proprietary TVB study conducted by Knowledge Networks, titled “The 2012 Media Comparisons Study,” which shows that television continues to reach more consumers on average than any other major medium, across all major demographic groups. The study[…]

  • Big Media Descend on Cannes
    Wednesday June 06th 2012

    The Cannes Lions ad festival used to be the playground of Microsoft, Yahoo and AOL. This year, Time Warner, Viacom and other big media companies would like to get in on the fun. Matt Seiler, CEO of Mediabrands, recalls the moment last year that it became obvious to him how interested Big Media was in the ad industry’s annual summer soiree.

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Archives for: June 20125
  • Phoenix New Media and National Film Board of Canada Announce Strategic Cooperation
    Tuesday June 12th 2012

    Phoenix New Media Limited, a leading new media company in China (“Phoenix New Media”, “ifeng” or the “Company”), and the National Film Board of Canada (“NFB”), Canada’s leading public film producer and distributor, announced a strategic cooperation to offer Chinese Internet users access to films produced and distributed by NFB[…]

  • Vancouver film-maker Ben Knechtel the brains behind Carly Rae Jepsen’s Call Me Maybe video
    Tuesday June 12th 2012

    Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez, Katy Perry, James Franco. Everyone — even the President of the United States — has starred in a video for “Call Me Maybe.” But there’s only one official clip for Carly Rae Jepsen’s song of the summer — and it’s up for a Video of the[…]

  • Fears mounting over B.C. film production
    Thursday June 07th 2012

    Once upon a time, the land of Hollywood North was in despair, fighting the evils – a high dollar! tax issues! – of the local production industry. At Vancouver Film Studios, last January was especially dire: Only three of their 10 stages were occupied, largely owing to the cancellation of the Syfy series Eureka last year. Then Prince Charming appeared in the form of pilot season. Nine pilots rode into town, eight of which went to camera – including Beauty and the Beast, which requested VFS’s last two available stages, and even took over the administration’s desks to accommodate production.

  • Television Remains Dominant among All Media in Time Spent and Consumer Engagement
    Thursday June 07th 2012

    TVB, the not-for-profit trade association of America’s commercial broadcast television industry, today released a proprietary TVB study conducted by Knowledge Networks, titled “The 2012 Media Comparisons Study,” which shows that television continues to reach more consumers on average than any other major medium, across all major demographic groups. The study[…]

  • Big Media Descend on Cannes
    Wednesday June 06th 2012

    The Cannes Lions ad festival used to be the playground of Microsoft, Yahoo and AOL. This year, Time Warner, Viacom and other big media companies would like to get in on the fun. Matt Seiler, CEO of Mediabrands, recalls the moment last year that it became obvious to him how interested Big Media was in the ad industry’s annual summer soiree.

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