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  • Rogers strikes deal to buy Score Media in $167M deal
    Tuesday August 28th 2012

    Rogers Communications has struck an agreement to buy sports broadcaster Score Media Inc. in a transaction valued at $167 million, or $1.62 per share. The purchase price includes assumption of Score Media debt and an investment of $12 million in Score Digital. Shares of Score Media (TSX:SCR) jumped nearly 47 per cent Friday after reports that the specialty TV sports broadcaster was in discussions to be purchased by Rogers (TSX:RCI.B).

  • New Media Competition: Canadian Film Centre
    Thursday August 23rd 2012

    The Canadian Film Centre is launching a development lab, ideaBOOST, to grow new media content ideas into products and businesses. These include video-based entertainment, games and mobile apps. Ideas will be presented for audience response. Those with the highest rated ideas will spend four months working with industry mentors to[…]

  • Updated Apple TV box will ‘crack’ the television market, analyst
    Thursday August 23rd 2012

    Apple won’t make a television set, rather it will “crack” the television market with its long-term hobby, the Apple TV set-top box, and the iPad and iPhone, according to an analyst. Barclays analyst Ben Reitzes told investors: “We believe consumers would welcome such a product from Apple, as well given[…]

  • CRTC approves sale of MLSE television channels
    Tuesday August 21st 2012

    The CRTC gave its approval for the sale of Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment and its sports television channels to two of Canada’s biggest media companies, BCE and Rogers Communications. As part of the approval, BCE and Rogers will be required to spend $7.5 million over the next seven years[…]

  • Toronto Film Festival adds Johnny Depp, Ryan Gosling, Javier Bardem and more
    Tuesday August 21st 2012

    David Geffen will discuss his life and career, Johnny Depp will appear to support a documentary about the West Memphis 3 and Michael Haneke’s Amour has joined the extensive lineup of films at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival, TIFF organizers announced on Tuesday. In a series of releases that completed programming at the 11-day September festival, TIFF unveiled a lineup of guest speakers that will also include actors Javier Bardem and Jackie Chan, director Ken Burns and HBO documentary chief Sheila Nevins.

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  • Rogers strikes deal to buy Score Media in $167M deal
    Tuesday August 28th 2012

    Rogers Communications has struck an agreement to buy sports broadcaster Score Media Inc. in a transaction valued at $167 million, or $1.62 per share. The purchase price includes assumption of Score Media debt and an investment of $12 million in Score Digital. Shares of Score Media (TSX:SCR) jumped nearly 47 per cent Friday after reports that the specialty TV sports broadcaster was in discussions to be purchased by Rogers (TSX:RCI.B).

  • New Media Competition: Canadian Film Centre
    Thursday August 23rd 2012

    The Canadian Film Centre is launching a development lab, ideaBOOST, to grow new media content ideas into products and businesses. These include video-based entertainment, games and mobile apps. Ideas will be presented for audience response. Those with the highest rated ideas will spend four months working with industry mentors to[…]

  • Updated Apple TV box will ‘crack’ the television market, analyst
    Thursday August 23rd 2012

    Apple won’t make a television set, rather it will “crack” the television market with its long-term hobby, the Apple TV set-top box, and the iPad and iPhone, according to an analyst. Barclays analyst Ben Reitzes told investors: “We believe consumers would welcome such a product from Apple, as well given[…]

  • CRTC approves sale of MLSE television channels
    Tuesday August 21st 2012

    The CRTC gave its approval for the sale of Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment and its sports television channels to two of Canada’s biggest media companies, BCE and Rogers Communications. As part of the approval, BCE and Rogers will be required to spend $7.5 million over the next seven years[…]

  • Toronto Film Festival adds Johnny Depp, Ryan Gosling, Javier Bardem and more
    Tuesday August 21st 2012

    David Geffen will discuss his life and career, Johnny Depp will appear to support a documentary about the West Memphis 3 and Michael Haneke’s Amour has joined the extensive lineup of films at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival, TIFF organizers announced on Tuesday. In a series of releases that completed programming at the 11-day September festival, TIFF unveiled a lineup of guest speakers that will also include actors Javier Bardem and Jackie Chan, director Ken Burns and HBO documentary chief Sheila Nevins.

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Archives for: August 20125
  • Rogers strikes deal to buy Score Media in $167M deal
    Tuesday August 28th 2012

    Rogers Communications has struck an agreement to buy sports broadcaster Score Media Inc. in a transaction valued at $167 million, or $1.62 per share. The purchase price includes assumption of Score Media debt and an investment of $12 million in Score Digital. Shares of Score Media (TSX:SCR) jumped nearly 47 per cent Friday after reports that the specialty TV sports broadcaster was in discussions to be purchased by Rogers (TSX:RCI.B).

  • New Media Competition: Canadian Film Centre
    Thursday August 23rd 2012

    The Canadian Film Centre is launching a development lab, ideaBOOST, to grow new media content ideas into products and businesses. These include video-based entertainment, games and mobile apps. Ideas will be presented for audience response. Those with the highest rated ideas will spend four months working with industry mentors to[…]

  • Updated Apple TV box will ‘crack’ the television market, analyst
    Thursday August 23rd 2012

    Apple won’t make a television set, rather it will “crack” the television market with its long-term hobby, the Apple TV set-top box, and the iPad and iPhone, according to an analyst. Barclays analyst Ben Reitzes told investors: “We believe consumers would welcome such a product from Apple, as well given[…]

  • CRTC approves sale of MLSE television channels
    Tuesday August 21st 2012

    The CRTC gave its approval for the sale of Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment and its sports television channels to two of Canada’s biggest media companies, BCE and Rogers Communications. As part of the approval, BCE and Rogers will be required to spend $7.5 million over the next seven years[…]

  • Toronto Film Festival adds Johnny Depp, Ryan Gosling, Javier Bardem and more
    Tuesday August 21st 2012

    David Geffen will discuss his life and career, Johnny Depp will appear to support a documentary about the West Memphis 3 and Michael Haneke’s Amour has joined the extensive lineup of films at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival, TIFF organizers announced on Tuesday. In a series of releases that completed programming at the 11-day September festival, TIFF unveiled a lineup of guest speakers that will also include actors Javier Bardem and Jackie Chan, director Ken Burns and HBO documentary chief Sheila Nevins.

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