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  • Network television’s comedy conundrum
    Thursday October 18th 2012

    This season will be the last for NBC’s version of The Office. Not many shows run for nine seasons. Seinfeld ran for nine seasons, M*A*S*H for eleven. Typically, it takes a truly great show to make a run that deep. Not always, though. Two and a Half Men is in[…]

  • $90 million dream comes true for Motion Picture and Television Fund
    Thursday October 18th 2012

    The creative trio behind DreamWorks SKG is donating $90 million to the Motion Picture & Television Fund (MPTF) Campaign. Director Steven Spielberg, producer Jeffrey Katzenberg and music executive David Geffen have pledged $30 million each to one of Hollywood’s oldest charities. The money will go toward a $350 million campaign[…]

  • Warner Bros. Wins Big Court Ruling in Fight Over Superman
    Thursday October 18th 2012

    Warner Bros. has won a blockbuster victory that could entitle it to maintain its copyright stake in Superman. On Wednesday, a federal judge in California granted the studio’s motion for summary judgment on the question of whether a 1992 agreement with Jean Peavy, the sister of Superman co-creator Joe Shuster,[…]

  • Study: NHL Lockout a Bad Omen for Canada’s CBC Network
    Tuesday October 16th 2012

    Continuing NHL lockout woes is just the beginning of troubles for the CBC, says an industry watchdog. The Friends of Canadian Broadcasting estimates the Canadian pubcaster will lose up to CAN$200 million (US$204 million) annually in ad revenue if it loses the broadcast rights to Hockey Night in Canada in[…]

  • Hollywood North Gets Film and TV Production Outpost in Northern Ontario
    Monday October 15th 2012

    TORONTO - Hollywood North has gone north. Canada’s long-established reputation as a backlot for the Hollywood studios in Vancouver, Toronto and Montreal has been bolstered by the launch of Northern Ontario Film Studios complex in Sudbury, Ontario. A local consortium, led by David Anselmo of Hideaway Pictures, converted a disused[…]

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Archives for: October 20125
  • Network television’s comedy conundrum
    Thursday October 18th 2012

    This season will be the last for NBC’s version of The Office. Not many shows run for nine seasons. Seinfeld ran for nine seasons, M*A*S*H for eleven. Typically, it takes a truly great show to make a run that deep. Not always, though. Two and a Half Men is in[…]

  • $90 million dream comes true for Motion Picture and Television Fund
    Thursday October 18th 2012

    The creative trio behind DreamWorks SKG is donating $90 million to the Motion Picture & Television Fund (MPTF) Campaign. Director Steven Spielberg, producer Jeffrey Katzenberg and music executive David Geffen have pledged $30 million each to one of Hollywood’s oldest charities. The money will go toward a $350 million campaign[…]

  • Warner Bros. Wins Big Court Ruling in Fight Over Superman
    Thursday October 18th 2012

    Warner Bros. has won a blockbuster victory that could entitle it to maintain its copyright stake in Superman. On Wednesday, a federal judge in California granted the studio’s motion for summary judgment on the question of whether a 1992 agreement with Jean Peavy, the sister of Superman co-creator Joe Shuster,[…]

  • Study: NHL Lockout a Bad Omen for Canada’s CBC Network
    Tuesday October 16th 2012

    Continuing NHL lockout woes is just the beginning of troubles for the CBC, says an industry watchdog. The Friends of Canadian Broadcasting estimates the Canadian pubcaster will lose up to CAN$200 million (US$204 million) annually in ad revenue if it loses the broadcast rights to Hockey Night in Canada in[…]

  • Hollywood North Gets Film and TV Production Outpost in Northern Ontario
    Monday October 15th 2012

    TORONTO - Hollywood North has gone north. Canada’s long-established reputation as a backlot for the Hollywood studios in Vancouver, Toronto and Montreal has been bolstered by the launch of Northern Ontario Film Studios complex in Sudbury, Ontario. A local consortium, led by David Anselmo of Hideaway Pictures, converted a disused[…]

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Archives for: October 20125
  • Network television’s comedy conundrum
    Thursday October 18th 2012

    This season will be the last for NBC’s version of The Office. Not many shows run for nine seasons. Seinfeld ran for nine seasons, M*A*S*H for eleven. Typically, it takes a truly great show to make a run that deep. Not always, though. Two and a Half Men is in[…]

  • $90 million dream comes true for Motion Picture and Television Fund
    Thursday October 18th 2012

    The creative trio behind DreamWorks SKG is donating $90 million to the Motion Picture & Television Fund (MPTF) Campaign. Director Steven Spielberg, producer Jeffrey Katzenberg and music executive David Geffen have pledged $30 million each to one of Hollywood’s oldest charities. The money will go toward a $350 million campaign[…]

  • Warner Bros. Wins Big Court Ruling in Fight Over Superman
    Thursday October 18th 2012

    Warner Bros. has won a blockbuster victory that could entitle it to maintain its copyright stake in Superman. On Wednesday, a federal judge in California granted the studio’s motion for summary judgment on the question of whether a 1992 agreement with Jean Peavy, the sister of Superman co-creator Joe Shuster,[…]

  • Study: NHL Lockout a Bad Omen for Canada’s CBC Network
    Tuesday October 16th 2012

    Continuing NHL lockout woes is just the beginning of troubles for the CBC, says an industry watchdog. The Friends of Canadian Broadcasting estimates the Canadian pubcaster will lose up to CAN$200 million (US$204 million) annually in ad revenue if it loses the broadcast rights to Hockey Night in Canada in[…]

  • Hollywood North Gets Film and TV Production Outpost in Northern Ontario
    Monday October 15th 2012

    TORONTO - Hollywood North has gone north. Canada’s long-established reputation as a backlot for the Hollywood studios in Vancouver, Toronto and Montreal has been bolstered by the launch of Northern Ontario Film Studios complex in Sudbury, Ontario. A local consortium, led by David Anselmo of Hideaway Pictures, converted a disused[…]

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