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  • Guns, gadgets and gold woman highlight James Bond exhibit in Toronto
    Thursday October 25th 2012

    TORONTO – James Bond’s tuxedos, guns and gadgets — as well as a life-sized replica of Shirley Eaton’s famed nude scene in “Goldfinger” — are among the highlights of a new display devoted to the debonair superspy. “Designing 007: Fifty Years of Bond Style” opens Friday at Toronto’s TIFF Bell[…]

  • Where Are TV and Video Advertising Headed? My 10 Bets for 2020
    Wednesday October 24th 2012

    At a small industry event last week about the future of TV and video advertising in the U.S. over the next five to 10 years, rather than just talking about emerging trends and leaving it there, I decided to offer up some specific predictions. As a startup guy, my job is to make bets and try to build businesses in advance of markets, or at least contemporaneously to their development. While it can be a bit perilous to go public with predictions, it can also be fun, so here are my “bets” on what the world of TV and video advertising will look in 2020:

  • PS Production Services celebrates 40 years with a facelift
    Tuesday October 23rd 2012

    Leading equipment rental company, PS Production Services Ltd. is debuting a new brand and logo to reflect its evolution and growth in the Canadian film and television industry. Developed by Toronto-based branding and communications firm, Tenzing Communications Inc., the overall approach includes a new slogan, “For Sure.,” reflecting PS’s 40 positive, can-do, years of industry service. ”The new brand is a reflection of the true, service focussed, DNA of PS,” says Douglas Barrett, President and CEO. “Our success has been built on responding to customer needs in the only way we know, through knowledge and expertise, flawless reliability and great personal attitude.”

  • Steven Spielberg ‘no longer attracted’ to action films
    Tuesday October 23rd 2012

    He is the director who arguably invented the modern-day blockbuster in 1975 with Jaws, then developed the template with the high-octane Indiana Jones films and Jurassic Park, but Steven Spielberg has suggested he is no longer interested in action movies. During an interview on the US TV show 60 Minutes,[…]

  • Sundance London film festival to return in 2013 and 2014
    Monday October 22nd 2012

    The UK offshoot of Robert Redford’s Sundance Film Festival will return to London in 2013 and 2014. Sundance London, which debuted in April of this year, will return to the O2 Arena in Greenwich for the next two years. Redford, the American actor who launched the original Sundance festival for[…]

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  • Guns, gadgets and gold woman highlight James Bond exhibit in Toronto
    Thursday October 25th 2012

    TORONTO – James Bond’s tuxedos, guns and gadgets — as well as a life-sized replica of Shirley Eaton’s famed nude scene in “Goldfinger” — are among the highlights of a new display devoted to the debonair superspy. “Designing 007: Fifty Years of Bond Style” opens Friday at Toronto’s TIFF Bell[…]

  • Where Are TV and Video Advertising Headed? My 10 Bets for 2020
    Wednesday October 24th 2012

    At a small industry event last week about the future of TV and video advertising in the U.S. over the next five to 10 years, rather than just talking about emerging trends and leaving it there, I decided to offer up some specific predictions. As a startup guy, my job is to make bets and try to build businesses in advance of markets, or at least contemporaneously to their development. While it can be a bit perilous to go public with predictions, it can also be fun, so here are my “bets” on what the world of TV and video advertising will look in 2020:

  • PS Production Services celebrates 40 years with a facelift
    Tuesday October 23rd 2012

    Leading equipment rental company, PS Production Services Ltd. is debuting a new brand and logo to reflect its evolution and growth in the Canadian film and television industry. Developed by Toronto-based branding and communications firm, Tenzing Communications Inc., the overall approach includes a new slogan, “For Sure.,” reflecting PS’s 40 positive, can-do, years of industry service. ”The new brand is a reflection of the true, service focussed, DNA of PS,” says Douglas Barrett, President and CEO. “Our success has been built on responding to customer needs in the only way we know, through knowledge and expertise, flawless reliability and great personal attitude.”

  • Steven Spielberg ‘no longer attracted’ to action films
    Tuesday October 23rd 2012

    He is the director who arguably invented the modern-day blockbuster in 1975 with Jaws, then developed the template with the high-octane Indiana Jones films and Jurassic Park, but Steven Spielberg has suggested he is no longer interested in action movies. During an interview on the US TV show 60 Minutes,[…]

  • Sundance London film festival to return in 2013 and 2014
    Monday October 22nd 2012

    The UK offshoot of Robert Redford’s Sundance Film Festival will return to London in 2013 and 2014. Sundance London, which debuted in April of this year, will return to the O2 Arena in Greenwich for the next two years. Redford, the American actor who launched the original Sundance festival for[…]

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Archives for: October 20125
  • Guns, gadgets and gold woman highlight James Bond exhibit in Toronto
    Thursday October 25th 2012

    TORONTO – James Bond’s tuxedos, guns and gadgets — as well as a life-sized replica of Shirley Eaton’s famed nude scene in “Goldfinger” — are among the highlights of a new display devoted to the debonair superspy. “Designing 007: Fifty Years of Bond Style” opens Friday at Toronto’s TIFF Bell[…]

  • Where Are TV and Video Advertising Headed? My 10 Bets for 2020
    Wednesday October 24th 2012

    At a small industry event last week about the future of TV and video advertising in the U.S. over the next five to 10 years, rather than just talking about emerging trends and leaving it there, I decided to offer up some specific predictions. As a startup guy, my job is to make bets and try to build businesses in advance of markets, or at least contemporaneously to their development. While it can be a bit perilous to go public with predictions, it can also be fun, so here are my “bets” on what the world of TV and video advertising will look in 2020:

  • PS Production Services celebrates 40 years with a facelift
    Tuesday October 23rd 2012

    Leading equipment rental company, PS Production Services Ltd. is debuting a new brand and logo to reflect its evolution and growth in the Canadian film and television industry. Developed by Toronto-based branding and communications firm, Tenzing Communications Inc., the overall approach includes a new slogan, “For Sure.,” reflecting PS’s 40 positive, can-do, years of industry service. ”The new brand is a reflection of the true, service focussed, DNA of PS,” says Douglas Barrett, President and CEO. “Our success has been built on responding to customer needs in the only way we know, through knowledge and expertise, flawless reliability and great personal attitude.”

  • Steven Spielberg ‘no longer attracted’ to action films
    Tuesday October 23rd 2012

    He is the director who arguably invented the modern-day blockbuster in 1975 with Jaws, then developed the template with the high-octane Indiana Jones films and Jurassic Park, but Steven Spielberg has suggested he is no longer interested in action movies. During an interview on the US TV show 60 Minutes,[…]

  • Sundance London film festival to return in 2013 and 2014
    Monday October 22nd 2012

    The UK offshoot of Robert Redford’s Sundance Film Festival will return to London in 2013 and 2014. Sundance London, which debuted in April of this year, will return to the O2 Arena in Greenwich for the next two years. Redford, the American actor who launched the original Sundance festival for[…]

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